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Transformative, innovative and engaging

Proceedings contents: Refereed papers

This page links to refereed papers accepted in accordance with [Review procedure], in one of the categories
  1. Research - academic research papers with clear strengths "... in the creation of new knowledge and/or the use of existing knowledge in a new and creative way so as to generate new concepts, methodologies and understandings". Accepted papers are eligible for the ARC research category "Conference publications" as detailed under [ERA 2012 Submission Guidelines], Section 5.4.8.7. Conference Publications - Full Paper Refereed.

  2. Professional practice - academic papers with clear strengths in creativity, leadership and excellence in professional practice, demonstrated in teaching, staff development, program or institutional development, educational media or services developments, or learning skills services. Being grounded in best practice rather than new knowledge, accepted papers are not eligible for the ARC research category "Conference publication".
The TL Forum 2014 Committee acknowledges with gratitude the work of our reviewers [Review Panel].
Additional information about the review process outcomes is given in the [Editorial].

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Andrew Cotterell and Linley LordEngaging tomorrow's leaders: Student leadership development at CurtinProf Practice
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Trevor Cullen, Stephen Tanner, Marcus O'Donnell and Kerry GreenIndustry needs and tertiary journalism education: Views from news editorsResearch
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Bev Ewens, Lesley Andrew and Rowena ScottEverything in moderation: The implementation of a quality initiativeProf Practice
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Kim Flintoff, Peter Mellow and Kerensa Pickett ClarkDigital curation: Opportunities for learning, teaching, research and professional developmentProf Practice
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Olivia Gallagher, Rosemary Saunders, Karen Tambree, Selma Alliex, Leanne Monterosso, Y. NaglazasNursing student experiences of death and dying during a palliative care clinical placement: Teaching and learning implicationsResearch
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Gael GibbsDialogue by design: Creating a dialogic feedback cycle using assessment rubricsResearch
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Mel Henry, Julie Ann Pooley and Maryam OmariStudent motivations for studying online: A qualitative studyResearch
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Gregory S.C. Hine and Shane D. LaveryThe importance of action research in teacher education programs: Three testimoniesProf Practice
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Angela Jones and Rebecca BennettDissolving the online offline divide: Re-conceptualising space in higher education course designResearch
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Andres Merino and Michele AucockThe role modelling of self regulated learning strategies and skills through enrichment tutorialsResearch
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Angus Morrison-SaundersReflections on subject centred learning, writing skills, research methods and spirituality for transformative teachingProf Practice
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Raphael PereiraPeer review of teaching: Collegial support to develop instructional skillsProf Practice
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Carol PierceyCollaboration between the community and tertiary nurse education in bridging the gap between theory and practiceProf Practice
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Torsten Reiners, Hanna Teräs, Vanessa Chang, Lincoln C. Wood, Sue Gregory, David Gibson, Natasha Petter and Marko TeräsAuthentic, immersive and emotional experience in virtual learning environments: Dying is an important learning experience in a simulationResearch
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