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  • Throwaway Sobriquet | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    Science and Engineering Undergraduate edit Other Affiliations Add Affiliation Research Interests Computer Science Programming Languages Algorithms and 1 more Data Structures edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll

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    a brief overview of how our increasingly digitally networked world is changing the way we communicate and learn It examines the benefits and challenges of online teaching and how higher education is responding and adapting to these changes We hope to paint a broad picture of the shifting educational landscape and to contextualise the need for the Learning to Teach Online project to help individual teachers play their own part in this Location The University of New South Wales COFA Online Learning to Teach Online More Info PDF support file http bit ly aY4prC Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Welcome to Learning to Teach Online more by Karin Thiele Watson WATCH VIDEO EPISODE http bit ly 9pOeEE The Learning to Teach Online project is a free professional development resource designed by COFA Online at the University of New South Wales in association with the Australian Learning and more WATCH VIDEO EPISODE http bit ly 9pOeEE The Learning to Teach Online project is a free professional development resource designed by COFA Online at the University of New South Wales in association with the Australian Learning and Teaching Council ALTC to help teachers from any discipline whether experienced in online teaching or not gain a working understanding of successful online teaching pedagogies that they can apply in their own unique teaching situations This episode gives an overview of the aims of the project and describes how teachers can get the most out of Learning to Teach Online Location The University of New South Wales COFA Online Learning to Teach Online More Info PDF support file http bit ly 9pOeEE Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Teaching using scenario based simulations in Second Life Case study more by Karin Thiele Watson This case study examines how the University of Leicester utilised a virtual oil rig in the online world Second Life to help students develop an emergency evacuation strategy for an oil rig This was conducted as part of the DUCKLING more This case study examines how the University of Leicester utilised a virtual oil rig in the online world Second Life to help students develop an emergency evacuation strategy for an oil rig This was conducted as part of the DUCKLING research project involving students in an online masters degree in occupational psychology The unique learning opportunities offered by virtual worlds are discussed along with common technical difficulties that can potentially inhibit student learning More Info Written by Simon McIntyre Karin Watson as part of the Learning to Teach Online Collection Download pdf Quick view View on bit ly Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Using Flickr as an online classroom Case study more by Karin Thiele Watson This case study aims to give you a basic understanding of the website Flickr and how it was used to teach photography in a blended face to face and online class It discusses the benefits of using an online community for submitting more This case study aims to give you a basic understanding of the website Flickr and how it was used to teach photography in a blended face to face and online class It discusses the benefits of using an online community for submitting organising and giving feedback on images and the impact on student learning Key issues surrounding pedagogic planning and teaching with Flickr that were encountered in this context of the case study will also be examined highlighting the benefits and potential issues of adopting this approach More Info Written by Simon McIntyre Karin Watson as part of the Learning to Teach Online Collection Research Interests Teaching Online Online Learning Web 2 0 Graphic Design Photography Visual Studies and 11 more Photography Student Motivation And Engagement Cofa Online Blended Learning Art and Design Education New Media Feedback Education Peer Review Digital Arts Blended E Learning and Instructional Technology Educational Technology Instructional Design Education Distance Learning Hybrid Learning Online Learning E Learning Technology Enhanced Learning edit Download pdf Quick view View on bit ly Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Creating eBooks for distance education Case study more by Karin Thiele Watson This case study examines the use of eBooks and eReaders as an extension of the usual Blackboard Learning Management System LMS This initiative was undertaken as part of the DUCKLING research project Delivering University Curricula more This case study examines the use of eBooks and eReaders as an extension of the usual Blackboard Learning Management System LMS This initiative was undertaken as part of the DUCKLING research project Delivering University Curricula Knowledge Learning and Innovation Gains conducted by the Beyond Distance Research Alliance at the University of Leicester in the UK While the context of this study involves distance students using electronic books can have applications in any discipline where students are required to undertake a significant amount of reading This case study discusses some advantages of using eBooks and outlines the process involved in creating and uploading them to an eReader device More Info Written by Simon McIntyre Karin Watson as part of the Learning to Teach Online Collection Research Interests Ebooks Distance Education Online Learning Teaching Online Podcasting and 3 more Mobile Technology Mobile Learning and Cofa Online edit Download pdf Quick view View on bit ly Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Online discussions in maths teacher education Case study more by Karin Thiele Watson This case study examines the use of online asynchronous discussions as part of a large professional practice class for primary mathematics teachers Online forums within Blackboard are used to host discussions about video lectures more This case study examines the use of online asynchronous discussions as part of a large professional practice class for primary mathematics teachers Online forums within Blackboard are used to host discussions about video lectures support assessments and to enable students to ask questions and receive advice about content The realities of managing large scale online discussions are discussed along with strategies for effective facilitation More Info Written by Simon McIntyre Karin

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    gift exchange A reconsideration more by Andreas Ortmann Publisher engelmann vwl uni mannheim de Publication Date Jan 1 2002 Publication Name Institute of the Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section A game theoretic explanation of the administrative lattice in institutions of higher learning more by Andreas Ortmann Publisher Elsevier Publication Date Jan 1 2000 Publication Name Journal of Economic Behavior Organization Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Modem economic theory and the study of nonprofit organizations why the twain shall meet more by Andreas Ortmann Publisher nvs sagepub com Publication Date Jan 1 1996 Publication Name Nonprofit and voluntary sector quarterly Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section On the origin of convention Evidence from symmetric bargaining games more by Andreas Ortmann Publisher Springer Publication Date Jan 1 1995 Publication Name International Journal of Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Is deception acceptable more by Andreas Ortmann Publisher psycnet apa org Publication Date Jan 1 1997 View on mpib berlin mpg de Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section The costs of deception Evidence from psychology more by Andreas Ortmann Publisher Springer Publication Date Jan 1 2002 Publication Name Experimental Economics Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section When and why A critical survey on coordination failure in the laboratory more by Andreas Ortmann Publisher Springer Publication Date Jan 1 2007 Publication Name Experimental Economics Download pdf Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Trust repute and the role of non profit enterprise more by Andreas Ortmann Publisher Springer Publication Date Jan 1 1997 Publication Name Voluntas International Journal of Voluntary Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Gender differences in the laboratory evidence from prisoner s

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  • Arpita Chatterjee | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    Twitter Edit Delete Move section Why Do Similar Countries Choose Different Policies Endogenous Comparative Advantage and Welfare Gains more by Arpita Chatterjee Publisher papers ssrn com Publication Date Jan 1 2009 Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Globalization and Monetary Policy An Empirical Analysis more by Arpita Chatterjee Publisher princeton edu Publication Date Jan 1 2010 Download pdf Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section

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  • Andreas Ortmann | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    Ortmann Publisher Elsevier Publication Date Jan 1 2004 Publication Name Economics Letters Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section The robustness of laboratory gift exchange A reconsideration more by Andreas Ortmann Publisher engelmann vwl uni mannheim de Publication Date Jan 1 2002 Publication Name Institute of the Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section A game theoretic explanation of the administrative lattice in institutions of higher learning more by Andreas Ortmann Publisher Elsevier Publication Date Jan 1 2000 Publication Name Journal of Economic Behavior Organization Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Modem economic theory and the study of nonprofit organizations why the twain shall meet more by Andreas Ortmann Publisher nvs sagepub com Publication Date Jan 1 1996 Publication Name Nonprofit and voluntary sector quarterly Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section On the origin of convention Evidence from symmetric bargaining games more by Andreas Ortmann Publisher Springer Publication Date Jan 1 1995 Publication Name International Journal of Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Is deception acceptable more by Andreas Ortmann Publisher psycnet apa org Publication Date Jan 1 1997 View on mpib berlin mpg de Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section The costs of deception Evidence from psychology more by Andreas Ortmann Publisher Springer Publication Date Jan 1 2002 Publication Name Experimental Economics Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section When and why A critical survey on coordination failure in the laboratory more by Andreas Ortmann Publisher Springer Publication Date Jan 1 2007 Publication Name Experimental Economics Download pdf Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Trust repute and the role of non profit enterprise more by Andreas Ortmann Publisher Springer Publication Date Jan 1 1997

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  • Silvia Mendolia | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    Wales School of Economics Graduate Student edit Other Affiliations Add Affiliation Research Interests Economics edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll send a reset password email to that

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  • A B (Tony) Lawrance | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    Abstract Technological advances and the development of complex business organisations have shown the need for a more analytical approach to management problems The paper outlines an operations research approach to the management of the new 140 plate mill at Pt Kembla steelworks A first stage mathematical model is developed for the mill from the furnace to the shearline More Info 1967 BHP Technical Bulletin 11 2 10 Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Firm size distributions in an industry with constrained resources more by A B Tony Lawrance Abstract We propose an equilibrium model for firm size distribution in an industry with a constrained essential input The model applies when the population of firms is small and homogeneous and the supply of the necessary input factor more Abstract We propose an equilibrium model for firm size distribution in an industry with a constrained essential input The model applies when the population of firms is small and homogeneous and the supply of the necessary input factor is perfectly inelastic We argue that although the Gibrat assumption obtains this does not result in the lognormal distribution because of the entries exits and mergers of firms competing for the inelastic essential resource Using our own 32 year database of firms we test the broken stick or random ordered interval model that we call the Whitworth distribution successfully applied by others to a number of data sets including the abundances of bird species We propose the Whitworth as the basic model of the equilibrium distribution of firm sizes for such supply constrained industries and find it fits our 31 year database best More Info Co authored with Robert E Marks published in Applied Economics Volume 40 Issue 12 June 2008 pages 1595 1607 Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section The structure and evolution of the Australian coal industry 1960 1999 more by A B Tony Lawrance This thesis conducts an analysis of the structure of the Australian black coal industry and how it has evolved from 1960 to 1999 and as such makes a contribution to the understanding of the economics of the industry and of extractive more This thesis conducts an analysis of the structure of the Australian black coal industry and how it has evolved from 1960 to 1999 and as such makes a contribution to the understanding of the economics of the industry and of extractive industries in general More Info 2008 PhD thesis University of NSW Sydney Research Interests Industrial Organization Economics and Natural Resources edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section The teaching of technology in NSW primary schools more by A B Tony Lawrance More Info 2003 published in ATSE Focus No 125 Download Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Survival of firms and plants in a supply constrained industry more by A B Tony Lawrance We analyze duration of firms in a supply constrained industry the Australian blackcoal industry using our

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    2011 examining the reported rates of use of instructional practices by Australian special educators Examining this commentary it is evident that on many issues we are on the same page and agree on many of the fundamental conclusions to be drawn from the study Nevertheless Dempsey did express concern regarding several aspects of the reporting of the study which were suggested to have the potential to mislead readers In essence these criticisms revolve around four substantive points and these will each be addressed More Info Published in Australasian Journal of Special Education 2011 Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Striving for Inclusive Education in the Czech Republic more by Iva Strnadová The paper reports on the continuing discussion about inclusive education in the Czech Republic The inclusive efforts in the Czech Republic throughout the last few decades are discussed within the current national legislation framework more The paper reports on the continuing discussion about inclusive education in the Czech Republic The inclusive efforts in the Czech Republic throughout the last few decades are discussed within the current national legislation framework The authors highlight the importance of field experience within diverse models of inclusive education for pre service teachers preparation The Models of Inclusive Practice project is presented as one of the ways in which field experience is being carried out More Info Published in Intervention in School and Clinic 2011 Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Development of personal strengths and moral reasoning in gifted adolescents more by Kay O Leary Publisher en scientificcommons org Publication Date Jan 1 2005 Publication Name dissertation University of New South Wales Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section An ontological turn in education Research and practice more by Eva Bernat More Info Abstract of an invited paper De La Salle University Manila Philippines Download docx Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Activity Theory and SLA more by Eva Bernat More Info Bernat E in press Activity Theory in SLA In P Robinson Ed The Routledge Encyclopedia of Second Language Acquisition New York London Routledge Research Interests Sociocultural Theory Cultural Historical Activity Theory and Activity Theory edit Download docx Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Architects swans and queens A Lacanian psychoanalytic analysis of teacher identity construction more by Eva Bernat More Info Co authored with Mathew Clarke UNSW Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Beliefs about language learning Exploring links to personality traits more by Eva Bernat This paper reports on an exploratory study that aimed to investigate a possible relationship between learners beliefs about language learning and their personality traits a relationship suggested by a number of interdisciplinary more This paper reports on an exploratory study that aimed to investigate a possible relationship between learners beliefs about language learning and their personality traits a relationship suggested by a number of interdisciplinary studies including those in cognitive and personality psychology The motive

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