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Annual Report 2015 (PDF 8.3MB)

The International Graduate Centre of Education produce a number of research and corporate publications each year.

Some of these include:

  • annual reports
  • newsletters
  • journal articles
  • book chapters.

Below you can access a database of our publications, with the most recent appearing at the top of the list.

To find something specific, filter by type or search by year or keywords.

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Mason, J. (2015). Data, data everywhere – open, linked, interoperable?  Proceedings of the Initiatives 2015 - Standards for Digital Learning Resources: publishing, referencing, delivery, tracking, Mont-Saint-Aignan, France, 15-17.

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Mason, J. (2015). Scoping research with a focus on questioning. Proceedings of the ICCE2015 International Conference on Computers in Education, Hangzhou China, 544-549.

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Mason, J., & Hitendra, P. (2015). Opening Digital Learning for Deeper Inquiry International Handbook of E-learning. In A. Mohamend & B.H. Khan (Eds.), International Handbook of E-learning (pp. 1-10). New York: Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group.

Book chapter 2015

McClafferty, T. (2015). Bobadah Middle School Visits a Science Museum: Strategies to Improve Field Trips and Excursions. Paper presented at the Festival of Teaching Conference of the Northern Territory’s Council of Professional Associations, Darwin.

Conference publication 2015

Midford, R., Foxcroft, D. R., Cahill, H., Ramsden, R., & Lester, L. (2015). Rejoinder to Dennis Gorman's critique of: "Preventing alcohol harm: Early results from a cluster randomised, controlled trial in Victoria, Australia of comprehensive harm minimisation school drug education". International Journal of Drug Policy, 26(8), 721-722. doi: 10.1016/j.drugpo.2015.01.021

Journal article 2015

Midford, R., Stevens, M., & Buckley, J. (2015). Is the 'ice epidemic' a media myth?  A Northern Territory perspective. Online Opinion. Retrieved from http://www.onlineopinion.com.au/view.asp?article=17642&page=0

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Midgley, W., van Rensburg, H., & Tamatea, L. (2015). Working together: An international collaborative learning project for pre-service teachers.  In P. Redmond, J. Lock & P. Danaher (Eds.), Educational Innovations and Contemporary Technologies: Enhancing Teaching and Learning. (pp. 150-168). Palgrave McMillan.

Book chapter 2015

Sattar, F., Tamatea, L., & Mawaz, M. (2015). Freeware and open source software tools for distance learning in mathematics. The Online Journal of Distance Education and e-Learning, 3(3), 26-32.

Journal article 2015

Rung, D. L. (2015, December). Labouring to resettle: Exploring the everyday 'resettlement-work' and 'resettlement-learning' of forced migrants in Sydney, Australia. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Researching Work and Learning, Singapore, 1-11.

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Rung, D.L. (2015). How "universal" are human rights? Listening to the counter-stories of subaltern refugee women resettling in Sydney, Australia. The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations: Annual Review, 15, 13-28.

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