Abstracts illustrate the areas for discussion that participants will develop through extended conversations in the parallel workshops. Each workshop session will last one hour. Abstracts are posted as they arrive.
Collaborating or Cooperating in research
Learning objects and online communities: Research issues in e-learning
Story of value: researching values through narrative enquiry
Tony Harland, Neil Pickering, Mary McLaughlin
The evaluation paradox: incentives and inhibitions to learning in an evaluative culture.
Working with Electronic Repositories of Marked Student Work.
Postgraduate Supervision: A Complex Task.
The use of psychotherapy concepts in higher education teaching.
PBRF and Implications for Research in Higher Education.
Using scenarios as research media in higher education.
Dr Ed Errington
Communities of Practice as a model for E-learning.
Maori in Western Institutions
Ngaire Rewarewa Wilson no Ngati Rongomaiwahine
Using concept mapping in tutorials: a teacher's perspective
Cathy M. Buntting, Alison M. Campbell
Meeting Staff Needs: A Mentoring Assistance Programme
Dr Kogi Naidoo and Gordon Suddaby
Who To Contact
Tony Harland, University of Otago
Tom Prebble, Massey University
Stanley Frielick, University of Auckland
Kathryn Sutherland, University of Victoria
Jillian Tourelle, University of Otago