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Papers that Describe or Draw on the RSD Framework

Bandaranaike, S., & Willison, J. (2010). Work Skill Development Framework: an innovative assessment for Work Integrated Learning. Proceedings of the Australian Collaborative Education Network National Conference, Perth, 2010. (Graduate and undergraduate; Business.) The final paper is available from ACEN (pages 1-19). 

Bandaranaike, S., & Willison, J. (2012). Opening minds and mouths wider: Developing a model for student reflective practice within clinical placements. Paper presented to the 9th International Conference on Cooperative & Work-Integrated Education, University of Bahcesehir University, Istanbul, Turkey, 2012. (Undergraduate; Oral Health.)

Bandaranaike, S., & Willison, J. (2014). Boosting graduate employability: Bridging the cognitive and affective domains. Proceedings of the Australian Collaborative Education Network National Conference, Gold Coast, 2014. (Undergraduate to postgraduate; multidisciplinary.)

Burkill, S. (2009). 'Involving students in researching learning and teaching approaches: An additional focus for undergraduate student publications?' The Plymouth Student Scientist 2(2), 1-3. (Commentary.)

Crossley, J. (2014). Addressing learner disorientation: Give them a roadmap. Medical Teacher, 36(8), 685-691. (Undergraduate; Medicine.) The final publication is available from NCBI.

Gray, S., Coates, L., Fraser, A., & Pierce, P. (2015). Developing research skills across the undergraduate curriculum. New Directions for Higher Education, 169, 85-94. (Undergraduate; Liberal Arts.) The final publication is available from Wiley.

Klebansky, A., & Fraser, S. (2013). A strategic approach to curriculum design for information literacy in teacher education – Implementing an information literacy conceptual framework. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 38(11), 103-125. (Undergraduate; Teacher Education.) The final publication is available from the Australian Journal of Teacher Education.

Paterson, G., Rachfall, T., & Reid, C. (2013). Building a Culture of Research: Using Undergraduate Research to Advance the TR Profession, Build Research Capacity, and Foster Collaborative Relationships. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 47(4), 259-275. (Undergraduate; Therapeutic Recreation.) The final publication is available from Sagamore Publishing.

Matas, C. (2012). Doctoral education and skills development: An international perspective. Revista de Docencia Universitaria 10(2), 163-191. (PhD; multidisciplinary.) The final publication is available from Griffith University.

Miller, J. (2014). Building academic literacy and research skills by contributing to Wikipedia: A case study at an Australian university. Journal of Academic Language & Learning, 8(2), A72-86. (Preparatory school students.) The final publication is available from the Journal of Academic Language and Learning.

Simmons, N., & Lee, J. (2010). 'Seeking integration: Co-op work Terms and the development of undergraduate research skills'. Poster presented at a seminar on undergraduate research and inquiry, Liverpool, October 2010. (Undergraduate; Co-op programs, Multidisciplinary.)

Smith, L. (2011). Monash University Library and Learning: A new paradigm for a new age. Australian Academic & Research Libraries, 42(3), 246-263. (Library-based learning skills program.) The final publication is available from Taylor & Francis.

Snelling, C., & Karanicolas, S. (2008). 'Why Wikis Work: Assessing group work in an on-line environment'. Paper presented at ATN assessment conference, University of South Australia, 20-21 November 2008. (Undergraduate (first year); Bachelor of Oral Health.) The final publication is available from Open Journal Systems.

Speake, J. (2015). Navigating our way through the research-teaching nexus. Journal of Geography in Higher Education. (Undergraduate; Geography.) The final publication is available from Taylor & Francis.

Velautham, L., & Picard, M. (2009). Collaborating equals: Engaging faculties through teaching-led research. Journal of Academic Language & Learning, 3(2), 2009. (Postgraduate; multidisciplinary.) The final publication is available from the Journal of Academic Language and Learning.

Venkat, H., & Osman, R., & Booth, S. (2009). Diversity in pre-service teachers’ understandings of research. Education As Change, 13(2), 245-261. (Undergraduate (first year); Bachelor of Education.) The final publication is avaialble from Taylor & Francis.

Venning, J. & Buisman-Pijlman, F. (2011). The development of an assessment matrix to promote student learning in postgraduate multidisciplinary research projects. The Journal of the Education Research Group of Adelaide, 2(2), 37-44. (Postgraduate; multidisciplinary.) The final publication is available from Open Journal Systems.

Venning, J., & Buisman-Pijlman. (2012). Integrating assessment matrices in feedback loops to promote research skill development in postgraduate research projects. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 1-13. (Postgraduate; multidisciplinary.) The final publication is available from Taylor & Francis.

Walkington, H., Griffin, A., Keys-Mathews, L., Metoyer, S., Miller, W., Baker, R. & France, D. (2011). Embedding research-based learning early in the undergraduate geography curriculum. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 35(3), 315-330. (Undergraduate; Geography.)

Willison, J. (2009). 'Multiple contexts, multiple outcomes, one conceptual framework for Research Skill Development in the undergraduate curriculum'. CUR Quarterly 29 (3): 10-14. (Undergraduate; multidisciplinary.)

Willison, J., and O'Regan, K. '2020 Vision: An Information Literacy Continuum for students from primary school to post graduation'. Proceedings from the HERDSA conference, 3-6 July, 2005, Sydney. (Primary school to postgraduate; multidisciplinary.)

Willison, J. and O’Regan, K. (2007). Commonly known, commonly not known, totally unknown: A framework for students becoming researchers. Higher Education Research and Development, 26(4), 393-409. (Undergraduate; multidisciplinary.) The final publication is available from Taylor & Francis.

Woods, C. (2009) ‘Becoming a writer researcher: Exploring the poetic, rhetorical and referential.’ Margins and Mainstreams: Refereed conference papers of the 14th Annual AAWP Conference. (Undergraduate and postgraduate; Creative and Professional Writing.) The final paper is available from the University of South Australia.

 

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