Michael Griffith


NameMichael Griffith
Job titleAssociate Professor (Literature & Language)
Research instituteSchool of Arts
Faculty of Education and Arts

Research outputs

Where to from here? Reflections, rethinking and reimagining higher education assessment in the New Media Age
Smith, Simon, Griffith, Michael, Wong, Wai-Leng and McDonald, Paul. (2013) Where to from here? Reflections, rethinking and reimagining higher education assessment in the New Media Age. In H Carter, M Gosper and J Hedberg (Ed.). Electric Dreams: 30th ASCILITE Conference. Australia: Ascilite. pp. 821 - 825

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The 5 C's of literacy and literary skills development: Conversations, community, collaboration, creativity and connection
Griffith, Michael, Simmons, Diana, Wong, Wai-Leng and Smith, Simon. (2012) The 5 C's of literacy and literary skills development: Conversations, community, collaboration, creativity and connection. In M. Brown, M. Hartnett and T. Stewart (Ed.). Ascilite 2012 Future Challenges/Sustainable Futures. New Zealand: Massey University. pp. 369 - 375

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Empowering adult learners through blog: An Australian case study
Griffith, Michael and Wong, Loong. (2009) Empowering adult learners through blog: An Australian case study. In In T. kidd and J. Keengwe (Ed.). Adult Learning in the Digital Age pp. 13 - 22 Information Science Reference.

Book chapter

Thomas Merton on William Blake 'to look through matter to eternity'
Griffith, Michael. (2005) Thomas Merton on William Blake 'to look through matter to eternity'. In In V.A. Kramer (Ed.). Merton Annual Volume 18 pp. 109 - 126 The Merton Annual Studies in Culture Spirituality and Social Concerns.

Book chapter

The female artist as icon of the liberation of the spirit
Griffith, Michael. (2002) The female artist as icon of the liberation of the spirit. In Colette Rayment and Mark L. Byrne (Ed.). Seeking the Centre; RLA Conference Proceedings. Sydney, Australia: RLA Press; Dept of Studies in Religion; University of Sydney. pp. 254 - 264

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