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Sources that Describe or Draw on the RSD Framework

Journal articles

Burkill, S. (2009). Involving students in researching learning and teaching approaches: An additional focus for undergraduate student publicationsThe 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.

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.

Speake, J. (2015). Navigating our way through the research-teaching nexus. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 39(1), 131-142. (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). (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. (First year; 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. (2013). Integrating assessment matrices in feedback loops to promote research skill development in postgraduate research projects. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 38(5), 567-579. (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). The final publication is available from Taylor & Francis.

Watson, P., & Papas, C. (2009). Mapping and embedding sustainable graduate capabilities in law. Journal of the Australasian Law Teachers Association, 2(1&2), 217-229. (Undergraduate and postgraduate; law). 

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. (2010). Development of all students' research skill becomes a knowledge societyAISHE-J: The All Ireland Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 2(1). (Undergraduate and postgraduate; multidisciplinary).

Willison, J., & 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.

Posters, presentations and published reports

Anderson, G. (2015). JIBC Student Research Skills Development Framework. Prepared for the Justice Institute of British Columbia. The final publication is available from JIBC. (Undergraduate; law). 

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 publication is available from ACEN (pages 1-19). 

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).

Bandaranaike, S., Snelling, C., Karanicolas, 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, Bahcesehir University, Istanbul, Turkey June 20-22, 2012. (Undergraduate; oral health).

Brooke, M. (2015). Working with Multiple Objectives: Using a Webquest to Teach Research Skills, Critical Thinking and Academic Writing Skills SimultaneouslyPaper presented at the International Conference on Language, Education, Humanities and Innovation, 21-22 March 2015. The final publication is available from The Interdisciplinary Circle of Science, Arts and Innovation(Undergraduate and postgraduate; academic writing skills). 

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).

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); oral health). The final publication is available from Open Journal Systems.

Torres, L., & Willison, J. (2011). The Research Skill Development framework: Librarians, academics & student support staff on the same pagePresented for Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL), 15 September 2011. The final publication is available from CAUL. (Library). 

Torres, L. (2015). Keeping the library in sight: refocusing the research skills curriculum through the lens of the RSD. Paper presented at Visible Libraries, Abbotsleigh Teacher Librarians' Conference, Abbotsleigh, 13 August 2015. The final publication is available from Abbotsleigh. (Library).

Torres, L., & McCann, L. (2014). Transforming the library's impact in the curriculum: Reconceptualising the library's contribution to students' research skill development. Paper presented at the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) National Conference, Melbourne, 15-19 September 2014. The final publication is available from ALIA(Library). 

Walkington, H. (2016). Engaging students in research. Prepared for Higher Education Academy. The final publication is available from Higher Education Academy. (Undergraduate and postgraduate; multidisciplinary).

Willison, J., & O'Regan, K. (2005). 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).

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 publication is available from the Australasian Association of Writing Programs.

If you are aware of other papers or resources that would contribute to this list, please contact John Willison.

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