If we don't shout loudly: We might be forgotten

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Brady, Josephine, McLoughlin, Catherine, Wilson, Sue Anne and Arnold, Stephen Mark. (2006). If we don't shout loudly: We might be forgotten. In In T. Lyons (Ed.). Science; ICT and Mathematics Education in Rural and Regional Australia pp. 88 - 99 University of New England.
AuthorsBrady, Josephine, McLoughlin, Catherine, Wilson, Sue Anne and Arnold, Stephen Mark
EditorsT. Lyons
Page range88 - 99
Year2006
Book titleScience; ICT and Mathematics Education in Rural and Regional Australia
PublisherUniversity of New England
ISBN186399960
Research GroupSchool of Education
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Lee, Mark J. W. and McLoughlin, Catherine. (2007). Teaching and learning in the web 2.0 era: Empowering students through learner-generated content. International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning. 10, pp. 1 - 14.
Adapting e-learning across cultural boundaries: A framework for quality learning, pedagogy, and interaction
McLoughlin, Catherine. (2007). Adapting e-learning across cultural boundaries: A framework for quality learning, pedagogy, and interaction. In In A. Edmundson (Ed.). Globalised E-learning Cultural Challenges pp. 223 - 239 Information Science Publishing.
Choice, communication and learner autonomy :The development of social competence skills using podcasting technologies
McLoughlin, Catherine and Chan, Anthony. (2007). Choice, communication and learner autonomy :The development of social competence skills using podcasting technologies. In R. Atkinson, C. McBeath and A. Soong Swee Kit (Ed.). ICT: Providing Choices for Learners and Learning. Proceedings ascilite Singapore 2007. Singapore: Centre for Educational Development, Nanyang Techn.... pp. 132 - 134
Listen and learn :A brief review of the evidence that podcasting supports learning in Higher Education
McLoughlin, Catherine and Lee, Mark. (2007). Listen and learn :A brief review of the evidence that podcasting supports learning in Higher Education. In C. Montgomerie and J. Seale (Ed.). Proceedings of the World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications. Chesapeake, VA,USA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education. pp. 1669 - 1677
Educational Podcasting Using the Charles Sturt University Flexible Publishing Platform
Chan, M., Lee, Mark J.W. and McLoughlin, Catherine. (2006). Educational Podcasting Using the Charles Sturt University Flexible Publishing Platform. In T. Reeves and S. F. Yashima (Ed.). Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education; 2006. Chesapeake; Virginia,USA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education. pp. 2894 - 2901
Focusing on ICT in rural and regional education in Australia
Reading, Chris, Fluck, Andrew, Trinidad, Sue, Smith, Howard, Shaw, Greg, Anderson, Neil, McLoughlin, Catherine and White, Bruce. (2006). Focusing on ICT in rural and regional education in Australia. Australian Educational Computing. 21(2), pp. 20 - 24.
Combining academic and Workplace Learning Experiences into the Design of a Professional Masters Degree
Chan, M. and McLoughlin, Catherine. (2006). Combining academic and Workplace Learning Experiences into the Design of a Professional Masters Degree. In I. Vardi and A. Bunker (Ed.). Proceedings of the 2006 Annual international Conference of the Higher Education; Research and Development Society of Australia Inc. (HERDSA). Milperra, Australia: Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia. pp. 229 - 236
Beyond marks and measurement :Developing dynamic and authentic forms of e-assessment
McLoughlin, Catherine and Luca, Joe. (2006). Beyond marks and measurement :Developing dynamic and authentic forms of e-assessment. In L. Markauskaite, P. Goodyear and P. Rieman (Ed.). Proceedings of the 23rd annual ascilite conference: Who's learning? Whose Technology?. Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press. pp. 559 - 562
Everyone's learning with Podcasting
Lee, Mark J.W., Chan, M. and McLoughlin, Catherine. (2006). Everyone's learning with Podcasting. In L. Markauskaite, P. Goodyear and P. Rieman (Ed.). Proceedings of the 23rd annual ascilite conference: Who's learning? Whose Technology?. Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press. pp. 111 - 120
To heal and enthuse: Developmental bibliotherapy and pre-service primary teachers' reflections on learning and teaching mathematics
Wilson, Sue and Thornton, Steve. (2006). To heal and enthuse: Developmental bibliotherapy and pre-service primary teachers' reflections on learning and teaching mathematics. In P. Grootenboer, R. Zevenbergen and M. Chinnappan (Ed.). Identities; Cultures and Learning Spaces: Proceedings of the 29th Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia. Sydney, Australia: Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia. pp. 35 - 44
Students as Producers :Second Year Students' experiences as Podcasters of content for First year Undergraduates
Chan, M., Lee, Mark J.W. and McLoughlin, Catherine. (2006). Students as Producers :Second Year Students' experiences as Podcasters of content for First year Undergraduates. In S. Housego and R. Ajhoun (Ed.). Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on information Technology Based Higher Education; and Training. Sydney, Australia: University of Technology Sydney. pp. 236 - 249
Fostering Reflection and Metacogniton through Student Generated Podcasts
Chan, Anthony, Lee, Mark J.W. and McLoughlin, Catherine. (2006). Fostering Reflection and Metacogniton through Student Generated Podcasts. In M. Williams and N. Anderson (Ed.). IT's up here for thinking! ACEC 2006 Conference Proceedings. Cairns, Australia: Australian Council for Computers in Education. pp. 1 - 8
Best practice in online Assessment :Principles; Processes and Outcomes
Luca, Joe and McLoughlin, Catherine. (2006). Best practice in online Assessment :Principles; Processes and Outcomes. In E. Pearson and P. Bowman (Ed.). Proceedings of the Ed-Media 2006: World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications. Norfolk, Virginia, USA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education. pp. 2375 - 2383
Using student generated podcasts to foster reflection and metacognition
McLoughlin, Catherine, Lee, Mark J. W. and Chan, Anthony. (2006). Using student generated podcasts to foster reflection and metacognition. Australian Educational Computing. 21(2), pp. 34 - 40.
Alternative approaches to assessment with online technologies
McLoughlin, Catherine and Luca, Joe. (2006). Alternative approaches to assessment with online technologies. In In B. L. Mann (Ed.). Selected styles in Web-based Educational Research pp. 368 - 383 Information Science Publishing.
Applying situated learning theory to the creation of learning environments to enhance socialisation and self-regulation
McLoughlin, Catherine and Luca, Joe. (2006). Applying situated learning theory to the creation of learning environments to enhance socialisation and self-regulation. In In A. Herrington and J. Herrington (Ed.). Authentic Learning Environments in Higher Education pp. 194 - 213 Idea Group Publishing.
The year in which my love of maths changed : Pre-service primary teachers' self-image as mathematicians
Wilson, Sue and Thornton, Steve. (2005). The year in which my love of maths changed : Pre-service primary teachers' self-image as mathematicians. Making mathematics vital : The twentieth biennial conference of the Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers Inc.. Adelaide, South Australia: Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers. pp. 268-274
I am really not alone in this anxiety: Bibliotherapy and pre-service primary teachers' self-image as mathematicians
Wilson, Sue and Thornton, Steve. (2005). I am really not alone in this anxiety: Bibliotherapy and pre-service primary teachers' self-image as mathematicians. In P. Clarkson, A. Downton and D. Gronn (Ed.). MERGA 28: Building connections: Research theory and practice. Proceedings of the annual conference held at RMIT Melbourne 7th - 9th July; 2005.. Sydney, Australia: Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia. pp. 791 - 798
Creating situational interest and motivating tasks in an e-learning environment
McLoughlin, Catherine and Luca, Joe. (2005). Creating situational interest and motivating tasks in an e-learning environment. In P. Kommers & and G. Richards (Ed.). Proceedings of ED-MEDIA 2005: World Conference on educational multimedia; hypermedia and telecommunications. Norfolk, VA, USA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education. pp. 2903 - 2911
Problem solving in the sciences: Sharing expertise with students
McLoughlin, Catherine and Taji, Acram. (2005). Problem solving in the sciences: Sharing expertise with students. In In C. McLoughlin and A. Taji (Ed.). Teaching in the sciences; learner-centred approaches pp. 105 - 121 Haworth Press.
Developing the metacognitive and problem-solving skills of science students in higher education
McLoughlin, Catherine and Hollingworth, Rowan. (2005). Developing the metacognitive and problem-solving skills of science students in higher education. In In C. McLoughlin and A. Taji (Ed.). Teaching in the sciences; learner-centred approaches pp. 63 - 83 Haworth Press.
Sharing pedagogical practice on the teaching of generic skills
McLoughlin, Catherine and Rifkin, Will. (2004). Sharing pedagogical practice on the teaching of generic skills. In R. Atkinson, C. McBeath and D. Jonas-Dwyer (Ed.). Beyond the Comfort Zone: Proceedings of the Australasian society for computers in Learning in tertiary education. Perth,Australia: Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education. pp. 802 - 820
An investigation of the motivational aspects of peer and self-assessment enhancing teamwork outcomes
McLoughlin, Catherine. (2004). An investigation of the motivational aspects of peer and self-assessment enhancing teamwork outcomes. In R. Atkinson, C. McBeath and D. Jonas-Dwyer (Ed.). Beyond the Comfort Zone: Proceedings of the Australasian society for computers in Learning in tertiary education. Perth,Australia: Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Te.... pp. 629 - 636
Scaffolding by peers through reciprocal dialogue on bulletin boards
McLoughlin, Catherine and Luca, Joe. (2004). Scaffolding by peers through reciprocal dialogue on bulletin boards. In E. McKay (Ed.). Proceedings of the International Conference on Computers in Education. Melbourne,Australia: International Conference on Computers in Education. pp. 191 - 200
Online support for resource sharing in the teaching of generic skills
McLoughlin, Catherine. (2004). Online support for resource sharing in the teaching of generic skills. In E. McKay (Ed.). Proceedings of the International Conference on Computers in Education. Melbourne,Australia: International Conference on Computers in Education. pp. 369 - 376
Online discussion and the development of professional identity :helping preservice teachers to link theory with practice
Broadbent, Carolyn, McLoughlin, Catherine and Boyle, Maureen. (2004). Online discussion and the development of professional identity :helping preservice teachers to link theory with practice. In L. Cantoni and C. McLoughlin (Ed.). Proceedings of ED- Media 2004: World Conference on Educational Multimedia; Hypermedia and Telecommunications. Norfolk; VA,USA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education. pp. 3655 - 3662
Student perceptions of quality in online pedagogy :implications for design
McLoughlin, Catherine. (2004). Student perceptions of quality in online pedagogy :implications for design. In L. Cantoni and C. McLoughlin (Ed.). Proceedings of Ed Media 2004: World Conference on Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia. Norfolk; VA,USA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education. pp. 3663 - 3669
Developing expertise and interpersonal practitioner reflection in a web environment
McLoughlin, Catherine, Broadbent, Carolyn and Boyle, Maureen. (2004). Developing expertise and interpersonal practitioner reflection in a web environment. In P. Jeffrey (Ed.). Proceedings of the Australasian Association for Research in Education International Conference. Melbourne,Australia: Australian Association for Research in Education. pp. 1 - 8
Achieving excellence in teaching through scaffolding learner competence
McLoughlin, Catherine. (2004). Achieving excellence in teaching through scaffolding learner competence. In R. Atkinson (Ed.). Seeking Educational Excellence. Proceedings of the 13th Annual Teaching Learning forum. Perth, Australia: Murdoch University. pp. 1 - 6
Relearning through e-learning :changing conceptions of teaching through online experience
McLoughlin, Catherine and Al-Mahmood, Reem. (2004). Relearning through e-learning :changing conceptions of teaching through online experience. In R. Atkinson, C. McBeath and D. Jonas-Dwyer (Ed.). Beyond the Comfort Zone: Proceedings of the Australasian society for computers in Learning in tertiary education. Perth,Australia: Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education. pp. 37 - 47
Online discussion :Assisting preservice teachers in the development of a shared knowledge base
McLoughlin, Catherine, Broadbent, Carolyn and Boyle, Maureen. (2004). Online discussion :Assisting preservice teachers in the development of a shared knowledge base. In P. Danaher, C. Macpherson and F. Nouwens (Ed.). Lifelong Learning: Whose responsibility and what is your contribution?. Rockhampton, Australia: Central Queensland University Press. pp. 62 - 67
Using online forums to support a community of learning
McLoughlin, Catherine and Luca, Joe. (2004). Using online forums to support a community of learning. In L. Cantoni and C. Mcloughlin (Ed.). Proceedings of ed Media: World Conference on educational Multimedia; Hypermedia and Telecommunications. Norfolk; Va,USA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education. pp. 1468 - 1474
Pedagogical designs for scalable and sustainable online learning
McLoughlin, Catherine and Oliver, Ron. (2003). Pedagogical designs for scalable and sustainable online learning. In In A. Littlejohn (Ed.). Reusing Online Resources: A Sustainable Approach to E-Learning pp. 94 - 105 Kogan Pagens.
Broadening assessment strategies with information technology
McLoughlin, Catherine. (2003). Broadening assessment strategies with information technology. In In S. Naidu (Ed.). Learning and Teaching with Technology: Principles and Practices pp. 193 - 207 Kogan Pagens.
Learner support in distance and networked learning environments: Ten dimensions for successful design
McLoughlin, Catherine. (2002). Learner support in distance and networked learning environments: Ten dimensions for successful design. Distance Education. 23(2), pp. 149 - 162.
Computer supported teamwork: An integrative approach to evaluating cooperative learning in an online environment
McLoughlin, Catherine. (2002). Computer supported teamwork: An integrative approach to evaluating cooperative learning in an online environment. Australian Journal of Educational Technology (print version). 18(2), pp. 227 - 254.
Designing an effective web-based environment for collaboration and teamwork
McLoughlin, Catherine. (2002). Designing an effective web-based environment for collaboration and teamwork. International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Learning. 12(June), pp. 371 - 387.