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Spheres of Influence: Ventures and Visions in Educational Development*

3-6 July, 2002
The University of Western Australia
Perth, Western Australia

Abstracts - Table of Contents

Engaging and supporting academics in the scholarship of teaching & learning (SoTL): Guidelines from research and best practice
Thomas Angelo, The University of Akron, USA
Globalization of higher education - an evaluation of Sweden's National Agency of Higher Education's investment in an international teachers' exchange programme
Marie-Louise Annerblom, Department of Education, Sweden
Turning academics into teachers, and teachers into scholars: Approaches to scholarship at a research-extensive Australian university
Christine Asmar, The University of Sydney, Australia
Managing educational development projects.
David Baume, The Open University, United Kingdom
Examining expertise: An inquiry into the way mainstream academics engage with educational discourses
Chrissie Boughey, Rhodes University, South Africa
From banking education to knowledge searching: A paradigm shift from traditional learning to distance learning
Dele Braimoh, National University of Lesotho, Africa
Assuring quality in higher education through research and publishing
Dele Braimoh, National University of Lesotho, Africa
Teacher education
Marija Bratanic, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Research-led teaching and teaching-led research: New ventures and new visions for educational development
Angela Brew, University of Sydney, Australia
From oppositional to complimentary - meeting the challenge of incorporating educational technologies into educational development
Di Challis, Deakin University, Australia
An organisational approach to educational development in teaching learning strategies in context
Denise Chalmers, University of Queensland, Australia
Ronald Smith, City University, Hong Kong
Paul Lam, City University, Hong Kong
Enhancing the training, support and management of sessional teaching staff: A national project
Denise Chalmers, University of Queensland, Australia
Rachel Hannam, University of Queensland, Australia
Debra Herbert, University of Queensland, Australia
A national educational development project to enhance teaching in large classes
Denise Chalmers, University of Queensland, Australia
Rachel Hannam, University of Queensland, Australia
Debra Herbert, University of Queensland, Australia
Doune Macdonald, University of Queensland, Australia
Ron Weber, University of Queensland, Australia
Personal and professional values. Their place and importance in transformative learning.
Michael Christie, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Responding to the challenges of the university classroom
Tony Claydon, University of Northumbria at Newcastle, United Kingdom
Designing and implementing staff Learning communities: An effective approach to educational development
Milton Cox, Miami University, USA
A multidisciplinary approach to promoting scholarship of teaching and learning
Vaneeta D'Andrea, City University, United Kingdom
David Gosling, University of East London, United Kingdom
Professionalisation of university teaching: A global concern for education development
John Dearn, University of Canberra, Australia
Kym Fraser, Monash University, Australia
Yoni Ryan, University of Queensland, Australia
Maximizing office-hour instruction: Workshops and techniques to help instructors influence learning outcomes
Miriam Diamond, Northeastern University, USA
Teaching postgraduate research methods using a novel problem-based learning approach
Roisin Donnelly, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
Quality down under - Integrating quality and audit in higher education with good development practice
Helen Edwards, Monash University, Australia
Peer mentoring and academic advising as strategies to consolidate the teaching-learning process in higher education
Shaheeda Essack, Department of Education, South Africa
Adventures in the zone of educational development
Stanley Frielick, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Facilitating interdisciplinary communication, knowledge distribution and collaborative research - Case studies to derive an international perspective on graduate studies
Olaf Gaus, University of Bielefeld, Germany
Owen Hicks, The University of Western Australia, Australia
Lynn McAlpine, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
Johannes Wildt, University of Dortmund, Germany
Enhancing teaching and learning through an institutional approach to online teaching - the OLT experience
Halima Goss, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Minding our quality A's And E's whilst recognising and rewarding teaching excellence
Barbara Groombridge, Curtin University of Technology, Australia
Martijntje Kulski, Curtin University of Technology, Australia
Making conversation a more powerful sphere of influence for educational development
Neil Haigh, University of Waikato, New Zealand
The Teaching and learning hub: A new model of educational development
Gail Hart, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Tom Cochrane, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Halima Goss, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Geoffrey Roberts, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
The influence of personality and approach to learning on information literacy skills
Jannica Heinström, Åbo Akademi University, Finland
Enhancing educational development for the 21st century: From the margin to the mainstream
Paul Helm, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
Ranald Macdonald, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
Developing teaching and learning partnerships: The use of service agreements in the area of educational development at the University of South Australia
Margaret Hicks, University of South Australia, Australia
Linking student evaluation to academic development
Owen Hicks, The University of Western Australia, Australia
Elizabeth Santhanam, The University of Western Australia, Australia
Kenn Martin, The University of Western Australia, Australia
Allan Goody, The University of Western Australia, Australia
Helping Students learn to learn - Simple things that university teachers can do
Angela Ho, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Influencing Academic Integrity: A Process of Institutional Change
Julia Christensen Hughes, University of Guelph, Canada
Are teaching workshops worthwhile?
Helen Spafford Jacob, University of Western Australia, Australia
Allan Goody, The University of Western Australia, Australia
Promoting excellence in teaching in higher education: Reflections of the recipients of the Vice-Chancellor's award for excellence in teaching
Chris Kapp, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa
Development of student skills in reflective writing
Terry King, Department of Information Systems, United Kingdom
Training PhD - supervision
Lise Busk Kofoed, Aalborg University, Denmark
Annette Kolmos, Aalborg University, Denmark
Curriculum development of teaching and learning process competencies
Anette Kolmos, Aalborg University, Denmark
Lise Busk Kofoed, Aalborg University, Denmark
PROMOTE: Alternative ways of fostering educational development in higher education
Ray Land, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Jan McArthur, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Shirley Earl, Napier University, United Kingdom
Liz Elvidge, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Charles Juwah, The Robert Gordon University, United Kingdom
David Ross, University of Aberty, United Kingdom
The marketing of higher education in South Africa - Venture versus vision
Willemien Law, Cape Technikon, South Africa
Susan van Schalkwyk, Cape Technikon, South Africa
Influencing future practice: Developing and implementing a required course on teamwork in a large inter-professional class
Joan Loomis, University of Alberta, Canada
Elizabeth Taylor, University of Alberta, Canada
Rosemarie Cunningham, University of Alberta, Canada
A Swedish commitment to teaching and learning
Anna Lundh, Swedish Council for the Renewal of Higher Education, Sweden
Tutor training for computer-supported and face-to-face learning in groups: Experiences and ideas!
Kirsten Hofgaard Lycke, University of Norway, Norway
Helge Strømsø, University of Norway, Norway
Per Grøttum, University of Norway, Norway
Supporting the challenge of educational change
Ranald Macdonald, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
Research supervisor educational development: 'Turning the light on a private space'
Catherine Manathunga, The University of Queensland, Australia
Educational improvement or Type 1 error?
Bruce Mann, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
Henry Schulz, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
Tim Seifert, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
Effective lecturing project - A useful educational development resource?
Bob Matthew, University of Glasgow, Scotland
Colin Mason, University of St Andrews, Scotland
Kate Morss, Queen Margaret University College, Scotland
Implementing a more discipline-based approach to educational development: How are we doing after four years? What does this mean for the future?
Lynn McAlpine, McGill University, Canada
Cynthia Weston, McGill University, Canada
C&IT in learning and teaching: Developing the developers
Mary McCulloch, The University of Edinburgh, Scotland
Kathy Wiles, The University of Edinburgh, Scotland
Simon Heath, The University of Edinburgh, Scotland
Herding cats? Obtaining staff support for curriculum change and implementation.
Christopher K. Morgan, The University of Sydney, Australia
David Roberts, The University of Sydney, Australia
A joined-up approach to institutional implementation of learning technologies: Does the U.S. 'roundtable methodology' transfer?
Kate Morss, Queen Margaret University College, Scotland
Susi Peacock, Queen Margaret University College, Scotland
Educational development: A catalyst for enhanced collegiality
Kogi Naidoo, Massey University, New Zealand
Meeting the personal and professional needs of all staff: Rise to the challenge!
Kogi Naidoo, Massey University, New Zealand
Changing learning environments for quality tertiary classes
Chenicheri Sid Nair, Monash University, Australia
Ventures in vision: Designing a graphic syllabus
Linda B. Nilson, Clemson University, USA
Promoting effective study habits among university students
Love Nneji, Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council, Nigeria
Institutional policy development in the service of improving teaching and learning - implementing graduate qualities at the University of South Australia
Ted Nunan, University of South Australia, Australia
Education in Nigeria: A futuristic perspective
Tola Olujuwon, Central Educational Service, Nigeria
Lean times a catalyst for building learning communities, opportunities for scholarship of teaching and collegiality in an educational development program
Janice Orrell, Flinders University, Australia
By the assessment the profession is known
Janice Orrell, Flinders University, Australia
The tyranny of assessment for grading
Janice Orrell, Flinders University, Australia
Discourses in educational development: Representations of learner independence in university culture
David Palfreyman, Zayed University, United Arab Emirates
The supervised work session: The workplace in the lecture room
Pat Paterson, University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom
Enhancing learning using generic and specific aspects of knowledge formation
Peter Petocz, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Anna Reid, Macquarie University, Australia
Staff development in learning-centred evaluation of computer-facilitated learning projects
Rob Phillips, Murdoch University, Australia
Using educational sociodrama to enrich learning
J. Kaya Prpic, Monash University, Australia
The bridge that never was
Manimala Puri, D.Y. Patil College of Engineering, India
Governmental intervention and visions for educational development: The Malaysian experience
A. A. Rahmån, Northern University of Malaysia, Malaysia
A. Faiz A. Hamid, Northern University of Malaysia, Malaysia
Is there an 'ideal' approach for academic development?
Anna Reid, Macquarie University, Australia
Designing, implementing, and publishing scholarly teaching and the scholarship of teaching
Laurie Richlin, Claremont Graduate University, USA
Linking scholarly teaching directly to salary and departmental funding
Torgny Roxå, Lund University, Sweden
Vision vs organisational location: Does the organisational location of academic/educational development units inevitably influence and possibly limit their vision?
Chris Rust, Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
Developing and conducting synchronous and asynchronous faculty development workshops: Linking a community of teacher-scholars on-line
Karin Sandell, Ohio University, USA
Cross cultural implications of adapting a constructivist faculty development program across campuses and countries
Katherine Sanders, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Fiona Underwood, University of South Australia, Australia
Jean Layne, Texas A&M University, USA
Symposium - Teaching portfolios in judging teacher/teaching quality
Chair:Elizabeth Santhanam, The University of Western Australia, Australia
Liz Beaty, Coventry University, United Kingdom
Peter Bouhuijs, University of Maastricht, The Netherlands
S.U.K. Ekaratne, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka
Lynn Sorenson, Brigham Young University, USA
David Way, Cornell University, USA
Student perspectives on the incorporation of generic learning outcomes in a technikon diploma - a South African study
Susan van Schalkwyk, Cape Technikon, South Africa
Willemien Law, Cape Technikon, South Africa
Evaluating online learning experiences at Adelaide University for staff and students in 2001
Susan Shannon, Adelaide University, Australia
Dan McHolm, Adelaide University, Australia
Educational innovation and faculty's professional development: A two-way link
Ann Stes, University of Antwerp, Belgium
Mieke Clement, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Carla Nelissen, Hogeschool Limburg, Belgium
Community classrooms - Developing independent practitioners
Elizabeth Taylor, University of Alberta, Canada
Sharon Brintnell, University of Alberta, Canada
Developing a unique teaching environment: Faculty as facilitators
Elizabeth Taylor, University of Alberta, Canada
Joan Loomis, University of Alberta, Canada
Rosemarie Cunningham, University of Alberta, Canada
Faculty development as institutional leadership: A framework for meeting new challenges
K. Lynn Taylor, The University of Manitoba, Canada
Dieter Schönwetter, The University of Manitoba, Canada
External peer-review of the quality of learning objects
Peter Taylor, Griffith University, Australia
Educational development in universities: Issues of purpose
Peter Taylor, Griffith University, Australia
Metacognition and the autonomous learner: Student reflections on cognitive profiles and learning environment development
Ray Webster, Edith Cowan University, Australia
Promoting teaching and learning development through a partnership model
Joyce Weinsheimer, University of Minnesota, USA
Joel Weinsheimer, University of Minnesota, USA
Using a school-based model to drive change in assessment practices in a distributed campus environment
Gail Wilson, Charles Sturt University, Australia
Fellowship: Building the people culture and embedding good practice - putting learning and teaching strategies into action
Gina Wisker, Anglia Polytechnic University, United Kingdom
Criterion referenced evaluation of a campus-wide flexible learning initiative
Craig Zimitat, Griffith University, Australia

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Designing and Implementing Staff Learning Communities: An Effective Approach to Educational Development
Milton Cox, Miami University, USA

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Development of Student Skills in Reflective Writing
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Curriculum Development of Teaching and Learning Process Competencies
Anette Kolmos, Aalborg University, Denmark
Lise Busk Kofoed, Aalborg University, Denmark

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Herding Cats? Obtaining Staff Support for Curriculum Change and Implementation.
Christopher Morgan, The University of Sydney, Australia
David Roberts, The University of Sydney, Australia

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Changing Learning Environments for Quality Tertiary classes
Sid Nair, Monash University, Australia

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Education in Nigeria: A Futuristic Perspective
Tola Olujuwon

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The Supervised Work Session: The Workplace in the Lecture Room
Pat Paterson, University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom

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Enhancing Learning Using Generic and Specific Aspects of Knowledge Formation
Peter Petocz, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Anna Reid, Macquarie University, Australia

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Staff Development in Learning-centred Evaluation of Computer-facilitated Learning Projects
Rob Phillips, Murdoch University, Australia

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Is There an 'Ideal' Approach for Academic Development?
Anna Reid, Macquarie University, Australia

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Educational Development in Online Learning
Susan Shannon, Adelaide University, Australia
Dan McHolm, Adelaide University, Australia

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Are Teaching Workshops Worthwhile?
Helen Spafford Jacob, The University of Western Australia, Australia
Allan Goody, The University of Western Australia, Australia

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External Peer-review of the Quality of Learning Objects
Peter Taylor, Griffith University, Australia

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Evaluating Teaching Portfolios: Moving from a Competitive to a Collaborative Culture
David Way, Cornell University, USA

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Metacognition And The Autonomous Learner: Student Reflections On Cognitive Profiles And Learning Environment Development
Ray Webster, Edith Cowan University, Australia

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Fellowship: Building the People Culture and Embedding Good Practice - Putting Learning and Teaching Strategies into Action
Gina Wisker, Anglia Polytechnic University, United Kingdom

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Criterion Referenced Evaluation of a Campus-wide Flexible Learning Initiative
Craig Zimitat, Griffith University, Australia

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