Development of a multi-campus online teaching community to foster collaborative work culture, training and knowledge exchange between casual and permanent teaching staff
Lys, Isabelle, Hurley, Laurine, Uebergang, Tanya, Huynh, Mary and McMaster, Rose. (2017). Development of a multi-campus online teaching community to foster collaborative work culture, training and knowledge exchange between casual and permanent teaching staff. Seventeenth International Conference on Knowledge, Culture, and Change in Organizations : “Succeeding and achieving in diverse communities and organizations”. Charles Darwin University, Darwin, Australia 20 - 21 Apr 2017 Common Ground Research Networks. pp. a44
|Authors||Lys, Isabelle, Hurley, Laurine, Uebergang, Tanya, Huynh, Mary and McMaster, Rose|
Rates of casualisation are high in higher education. This study investigates use of an online community for multi-campus science departments to foster cohesive work culture amongst all university staff.
|Publisher||Common Ground Research Networks|
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|Journal citation||p. a44|
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