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Expanding Horizons in
Teaching and Learning


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P. A. AddisonAcademic misconduct, definitions, legal issues, and management
P. A. Addison and V. K. HutchesonThe importance of prior knowledge to new learning
Jim Alexiades, Simon Gipson and Graham Morey-NaseDeconstructing 'the classroom': Situating learning with the help of the World Wide Web
Christopher Bellgard, Jamie Murphy and Brett SmithDoes OTT mean over-the-top?
Tara Blanchard and Kylie SmithChallenges and rewards of being a sessional tutor in a university setting
Lauren Breen, Neil Drew, Lisbeth Pike, Julie Ann Pooley and Alison YoungEvaluation of the School of Psychology Peer Mentoring Program - Semester 1, 2000
Alison Bunker and Rod EllisUsing bulletin boards for learning: What do staff and students need to know in order to use boards effectively?
Sandra Carr, Alex Tregonning and Dianne CarmodyStudent Pelvic Examination Clinic: Teaching with innovation
Robyn Carroll, Sheelagh Johnston and Eileen ThompsonInformation literacy and legal research skills education in the UWA Bachelor of Laws Degree
D. Darlaston-Jones, Lynne Cohen, Neil Drew, Sue Haunold, Lisbeth Pike and Alison YoungAddressing attrition: Why we need a unified approach to transition issues
Peter R. DavisTeaching learning materials developed within a web publishing environment
Bob Dunstan, Peta Edwards, Susan Fyfe, Dianne Budd, Ian Lee, Eleanor Shapiro and Marietjie DoornbuschThe Teaching Excellence Award: Was it worth the effort?
Lian EeEssential components of e-commerce education: Supply chain and logistics management
Jim Elliott and Neville HennesseyScratching the surface: Speech and Hearing Science students and their approaches to learning
Eilean FairholmeCombining face to face teaching and learning with online support: An exploration of some opportunities for process improvement
Ray E FellsTeaching a subject like negotiation: How might we encourage deep learning?
Robert FoxTechnological neutrality and practice in higher education
Barbara Groombridge and Martijntje M KulskiRecognising teaching excellence at the School level: Processes, products and outcomes
Allan GoodyPreparing postgraduate students as future university teachers: The UWA Teaching Internship Scheme
Raj GururajanEnd user computing: Learning style differences as a predictor of training outcomes
Robert GuthrieCreating a Parliamentary Internship program for law students
Robert Guthrie, Judy McGowan and Barbara de la HarpeProfessional skills? - 'When the going gets tough, the tough have a meeting'
Peter Hosie and Jackie WillisBetwixt and betwain: What is the legitimate role of central facilities in enhancing the quality of flexibly delivered learning resources?
Hélène JaccomardInteractive conversations for advanced learners of French
Kandy James and Sue ColyerCampus Alive! A project to explore student attitudes to campus life
Richard K. Ladyshewsky and Margaret NowakPostgraduate business education and flexible learning strategies: An analysis of customer perspectives
Lina Macchiusi and Suzanne TrinidadInformation and communication technologies: The adoption by an Australian university
Paul R. MartinUnlearning and learning
Vivien MartinCollaboration in management education and development
Maria Northcote and Amanda KendleCommunication skills for online students: An evaluation of a website
Maria NorthcoteA comparison of internal, external and online study: A student's point of view
Margaret Nowak and Rick LadyshewskyImplementing an outcomes approach to postgraduate learning: An organisational learning framework
Yvette Oliver, Lyn Abbott, Keith Smettem and Elizabeth SanthanamPromoting interdisciplinary learning in environmental hydrology using a CD-ROM
Alex Radloff and Barbara de la HarpeExpanding what and how we assess: Going beyond the content
Philip Reece and Daniel McGillBuilding bridges between high schools and universities: The 'Seamless Partnership' Program
Elizabeth Santhanam, Kenn Martin, Allan Goody and Owen HicksBottom-up steps towards closing the loop in feedback on teaching: A CUTSD project
Nathan Scott and Brian StoneSoapbox: An applet to do an explanation over the web
Leith SlyAre we listening to our students?
Simon StevensTutoring first year Social Science students at university: Tips for sessional tutors
Greg Stratton, Carol Oakes, Donna Czekalowski and Maria NorthcoteA new approach to unit content: Using interview transcriptions in an interactive online unit
A Sutharshan, M Torres and S P MajEducation or training - meeting student and employer expectations
Geoff Swan, David Veal and Stanislaw Paul MajLooking inside a PC
Jan ThomasVeterinary students perceptions of research: An analysis of opinions and a teaching strategy to break down students' negative attitudes to research
Sue Trinidad and Rozz AlbonTapping out new rhythms in the journey of learning
Bert VeenendaalFlexible assessment in GIScience education
Joan WardropLayering learning: Using the web to build flexible learning environments
Robert WilliamsAutomated essay grading: An evaluation of four conceptual models
Zhichang XuProblems and strategies of teaching English in large classes in the People's Republic of China

Please cite as: Herrmann, A. and Kulski, M. M. (Eds) (2001). Expanding Horizons in Teaching and Learning. Proceedings of the 10th Annual Teaching Learning Forum, 7-9 February 2001. Perth: Curtin University of Technology. http://lsn.curtin.edu.au/tlf/tlf2001/contents.html


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