Full Program

Full Proceedings available as a PDF (updated 15 December 2016)

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07:30~08:30amRegistration open (Foyer L)
Morning Coffee (Hall L)
08:30~08:40amWelcome to Country (Hall M)
08:40~08:45amWelcome from Conference Convenor - Dr Sandy Barker (Hall M)
08:45~08:50amWelcome from ASCILITE President - Associate Professor Dominique Parrish (Hall M)
08:50~09:00amWelcome from UniSA Provost - Professor Allan Evans (HALL M)
09:00~09:55amKeynote: Ryan Baker (Hall M)
09:55~10:00amHousekeeping notices (Hall M)
10:00~10:30Morning Tea (Hall L)
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Analytics and Visualisations/ Data science in higher educationInnovations and Design/ Learning designGlobal challenges/ Digitally learning enabled learning for a global societyGlobal challenges/ Assessment and evaluation in the digital age
10:30~11:00Meet the keynote: Ryan BakerFull paper (103) Designing Virtual Reality Environments for Paramedic Education: MESHVR
Thomas Cochrane, Stuart Cook, Stephen Aiello, Dave Harrison and Claudio Aguayo.
Full paper (150): A blended learning model and a design model combine to support academics in pedagogical redesign of the curriculum

Linda Pannan and Katherine Legge.
Full paper (46) Professional identity and teachers’ learning technology adoption: a review of adopter-related antecedents

Qian Liu and Susan Geertshuis.
Full paper (61) Engaging students in the use of technologies for assessment within Personal Learning Environments (PLEs): The development of a framework

David Bolton, Paula Mindenhall, Kwong Nui Sim, Lynnette Lounsbury and Maria Northcote.
11:00~11:30Symposium (57): The promise and pitfalls of social media use in Higher Education

Julie Willems, Chie Adachi, Trish McCluskey, Iain Doherty, Francesca Bussey, Marcus O'Donnell and Henk Huijser.
Full paper (157) Building cognitive bridges in mathematics: exploring the role of screencasting in scaffolding flexible learning and engagement

Catherine McLoughlin and Birgit Loch.
Full paper (34) Proudly Pragmatic: A Case Study in Online Curriculum Transformation

Jacqueline Jepson and Deb Moulton.
Full paper (97) Engineering professional practices: Investigating use of web search in collaborative decision making

Maryam Khosronejad, Peter Reimann and Lina Markauskaite.
Full paper (125) Deakin Hallmarks: principles for employability credentials

Trina Jorre de St Jorre, Liz Johnson and Beverley Oliver.
11:30~12:00Full paper (72) Applications of Automatic Writing Evaluation to Guide the Understanding of Learning and Teaching

Peter Vitartas, James Heath, Sarah Midford, Kok-Leong Ong, Damminda Alahakoon and Gillian Sullivan-Mort.
Full paper (38) Evaluation of a learning outcomes taxonomy to support autonomous classification of instructional activities

Mark McMahon and Michael Garrett.
Full paper (91) Confidence drives exploration strategies in interactive simulations

Amaël Arguel, Jason M. Lodge, Mariya Pachman and Paula de Barba.
Full paper (145) Multimodal feedback is not always clearer, more useful or satisfying

Michael Phillips, Michael Henderson and Tracii Ryan.
12:00~01:30Lunch (Hall L)
12:40~01:20AGM (Rm L2)
TimeHall ML2L3R7R8
Global challenges in Education/ Assessment and evaluation in the digital ageAnalytics and visualisation/ Big data ethics and the future of learning Innovations and Design/ Learning designGlobal challenges in Education/ Digital enabled learning
01:30~01:50Symposium (108) Learning Design Research in Action

Eva Dobozy, Leanne Cameron, Shirley Agostinho, Chris Campbell and Panos Vlachopoulos.
Concise paper (161) Designing and Analysing STEM Studios for preservice teacher education

Kate Thompson and Harry Kanasa.
Concise paper (44) Ethical considerations in the use of student data: International perspectives and educators’ perceptions

Hazel Jones.
Concise paper (165) A review of the literature on flipping the STEM classroom: Preliminary findings

Elaine Huber and Ashleigh Werner.
Concise paper (152) Student Behavioural Engagement in Self-Paced Online Learning

Md Abdullah Al Mamun, Gwen Lawrie and Tony Wright.
01:50~02:10Concise paper (18) Assessing the impact of an “Echo360-Active Learning Platform”- enabled classroom on learning gains in a large enrolment blended learning undergraduate course in Genetics.

Colin Montpetit and Sonya Sabourin.
Concise paper (33) Digital learning: an important ingredient in equity of access to university

Lorraine Delaney and Margaret Farren.
Concise paper (137) From Flipped to Flopped to Flexible classrooms in Higher Education? – Critical Reflections from Australia

Thomas Wanner and Edward Palmer.
Concise paper (94) Voice-to-Text Transcription of Lecture Recordings

Stuart Dinmore and Jing Gao.
02:10~02:30Concise paper (37) Tracking discipline mastery: The development of an online program assessment and evaluation tool

Diana Quinn, Paul Sutton, Paul Corcoran and Delene Weber.
Concise paper (21) Snapchat at school - 'Now you see it… ': Networked affect – cyber bullying, harassment and sexting

Jennifer Charteris, Sue Gregory, Yvonne Masters, Myfanwy Maple and Amanda Kennedy.
Concise paper (96) The Rise of the Flip. Successfully engaging students in pre-class activities through the use of technology and a flipped classroom design schema

Sophia Karanicolas, Beth Loveys, Karina Riggs, Hayley McGrice, Catherine Snelling, Tracey Winning and Andrew Kemp.
Concise paper (68) Refocusing institutional TEL provision on the learner: drivers for change in UK higher education

Martin Jenkins, Richard Walker, Julie Voce, Jebar Ahmed, Elaine Swift and Phil Vincent.
02:30~03:00Afternoon Tea (Hall L)
TimeHall ML2L3R7R8
Global challenges in Education/ Learning ecosystemsInnovations and design/ 21st C. literaciesInnovations and Design/ Learning designInnovations and Design/ Learner voicesGlobal challenges in Education/ Assessment and evaluation in the digital age
03:10~03:40Full paper (16) Developing low barrier courses using open textbooks: a University of Southern Queensland case study

Helen Partridge, Adrian Stagg and Emma Power.
Full paper (163) Learning gains in a flipped classroom to teach the principles of envenomation

Kristine Elliott and Ken Winkel.
Full paper (102) Evaluating a Professional Development cMOOC: Mosomelt

Thomas Cochrane and Vickel Narayan.
Full paper (127) Mobile learning in the Asia-Pacific region: Exploring challenges hindering the sustainable design of mobile learning initiatives

Angela Murphy, Hazel Jones and Helen Farley.
Full paper (89) Levelling the playing field: student and staff experiences of a curated, self-assessed, self-paced multimedia resource

Rachel Whitsed and Joanne Parker.
03:40~04:00Concise paper (124) Contextualizing institutional strategies for technology enhanced learning

Carol Russell.
Concise paper (93) Using digital tools in WIL to enable student journalists’ real world learning

Dianne Jones.
Concise paper (138) Using a Video-Based Critique Process to Support Studio Pedagogies in Distance Education – A Tool and Pilot Study

William Billingsley, Bing Ngu, Huy Phan, Nicolas Gromik and Paul Kawn.
Concise paper (98) How to engage students in blended learning in a mathematics course: The students’ views

Birgit Loch, Rosy Borland and Nadezda Sukhorukova.
Concise paper (119) Designing a Review of the Learning Management System

Liz Heathcote and Edward Palmer.
04:00~04:20Concise paper (15) It’s what you do with IT that matters!

Lincoln Gill.
Concise paper (63) Using mobile technology for workplace learning: Fostering students' agency

Franziska Trede, Susie Macfarlane, Lina Markauskaite, Peter Goodyear, Celina McEwen and Freny Tayebjee.
Concise paper (67) Learning through Video Production - an Instructional Strategy for Promoting Active Learning in a Biological Course-4

Jinlu Wu.
Concise paper (42) From practitioner-producers to knowledge co-creators

Katy McDevitt and Mario Ricci.
Concise papers (9) Enabler or inhibitor? Educational technology in self and peer assessment

Chie Adachi, Joanna Tai and Phillip Dawson.
04:30~05:30Poster Session and Drinks (Hall L)
06:30Dine Around - local restaurants


TimeHall ML2L3R7R8
08:30~09:00Welcome and ASCILITE Awards (Hall M)
09:00~10:00Keynote: David Boud (Hall M)
10:00~10:30Morning Tea (Hall L)
Analytics and Visualisations/ Learning Analytics R&DInnovations and Design/ Learning designInnovations and Design/ 21st C. literaciesASCILITE
10:30~11:00Meet the keynote: David BoudFull paper (73) Incorporating student-facing learning analytics into pedagogical practice

Kirsty Kitto, Mandy Lupton, Kate Davis and Zak Waters.
Full paper (147) Exploring virtual world innovations and design through learner voices

Sue Gregory, Brent Gregory, Marcus McDonald, Sasha Nikolic, Helen Farley, Judy O'Connell, Des Butler, Lisa Jacka, Scott Grant, Jay Jay Jegathesan, Naomi McGrath, Amit Rudra, Frederick Stokes-Thompson, Suku Sukunesan, Jason Zagami, Jenny Sim, Stefan Schutt, Belma Gaukrodger, Merle Hearns and Leah Irving.
Full paper (51) Challenges implementing social constructivist learning approaches: The case of Pictation

Adon Moskal, Swee-Kin Loke and Noelyn Hung.
Learning Analytics Special Interest Group
11:00~11:30Symposium (106) Beyond Pokemon Go: Mobile AR & VR in Education

Thomas Cochrane, Sarah Jones, Matthew Kearney, Helen Farley and Vickel Narayan.
Full paper (87) Cross-institutional collaboration to support student engagement: SRES version 2

Jenny McDonald, Danny Liu, Adon Moskal, Richard Zeng, Marion Blumenstein, Cathy Gunn, Steve Leichtweis and Abelardo Pardo.
Full paper (86) Preliminary exploration of student behavioural outcomes using Blackboard Collaborate in fully online courses

Kelli Bodey, Vikki Ravaga and Sarah Sloan.
Full paper (84) Technology choices to support international online collaboration

Debbi Weaver.
AJET Session
Australasian Journal of Educational Technology
11:30~12:00Full paper (144) Attentional and cognitive processing of analytics visualisations: Can design features affect interpretations and decisions about learning and teaching?

Sakinah Alhadad.
Full paper (47) Determining the requirements for geographically extended learning (gxLearning): A multiple case study approach

Stephanie Day and Michael Verhaart.
Full paper (155) Visualizing Individual Profiles and Grouping Conditions in Collaborative Learning Activities

Augusto Dias Pereira Dos Santos, Kalina Yacef and Roberto Martinez-Maldonado.
12:00~01:00Lunch (Hall L)
01:10~01:55Invited Speaker: Peter Goodyear (Hall M)
TimeHall ML2L3R7R8
Innovations and Design/ MOOCS, gaming and augmented realityInnovations and Design/ Learning Design Analytics and visualisations/ Data science in Higher EducationASCILITE
02:00~02:20Symposium (13) Moving forward with Digital Badges

Dirk Ifenthaler, David Gibson, Melinda Lewis, Deborah West, Scott Beattie, Kathryn Coleman, Kim Flintoff, Leah Irving, Alison Lockley and Jason Lodge.
Concise paper (8) Development of a tool to support continuous assessments and improve the feedback cycle on statistical analysis assignments for large classes: A conceptual paper

Alberto Corrias, Jeanette Lyn Fung Choy, Swee Kit Alan Soong and Mark Joo Seng Gan.
Concise paper (30) Collective effervescence: designing MOOCs for emotion and community

Stephanie Kizimchuk, Katharina Freund, Margaret Prescott, Crystal McLaughlin and Inger Mewburn.
Concise paper (65) Correcting tool or learning tool? Student perceptions of an online essay writing support tool at Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University

Charlie Reis and Henk Huijser.
Speed Editing with an AJET Editor (60 mins)
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02:20~02:40Concise paper (133) The Sociological Imagination Machine (S.I.M.): using game elements to help learners apply the Sociological Imagination

Hilary Wheaton and David Hall.
Concise paper (50) On the role of ‘digital learning designer’ for non-indigenous designers collaborating within culturally grounded digital design settings

Lynne Petersen, John P. Egan, Elana T. Curtis and Mark Barrow.
Concise paper (164) Natural Language Proficiency and Computational Thinking: Two linked literacies of the 21st Century.pdf

Ronald Monson.
02:40~03:00Concise paper (71) Toward the development of a dynamic dashboard for FutureLearn MOOCs: insights and directions

Mahsa Chitsaz, Lorenzo Vigentini and Andrew Clayphan.
Concise paper (160) No More Lonely Learning: Applying Salmon's Carpe Diem process of subject re-design to three fully online postgraduate nursing subjects in a regional Australian university

Kristin Wicking, Scott Bradey, Stephen Anderson, Cecily Knight and David Lindsay.
Concise paper (99) PST Online: Learner voices guiding learning design

Yvonne Masters, Sue Gregory and Stephen Grono.
03:00~03:30Afternoon Tea (Hall L)
TimeHall ML2L3R7R8
Innovations and Design/ Learner voicesInnovations and Design/ MOOCS, gaming and augmented realityInnovations and Design/ Social mediaASCILITE
03:30~03:50Symposium (105) Open Education Licensing: A toolkit for achieving openness in the global education market

Robin Wright, Derek Whitehead, Carina Bossu, Luke Padgett, Tony Carew and Beale van der Veer.
Concise paper (131) Learning design@CSU

Linda Ward.
Concise paper (69) Show me the Feedback: A Multi-Institutional Project Exploring Technology-Enabled Feedback Approaches for First Year

Lisa O'Regan, Morag Munro, Mark Brown, Moira Maguire and Nuala Harding.
Concise paper (26) Individual differences in motivations for using social media among university students

Wilfred W. F. Lau.
2015 ASCILITE Innovation Award Recipient’s presentations

Making the connection: Improving Access to Higher Education for Low Socio-Economic Status Students with ICT Limitations
Helen Farley, Sharron Dove, Stephen Seymour, Chris Lee, John Macdonald, Anita Ryle, Susan Hopkins, Jared Wright, Kyle Murphy, Jacinta Cox, Louise Patching, Catherine Abraham and Tracey Eastment.

Instant Feedback Accounting Practice Set
Brent Gregory.

Balancing Life – A Virtual Internship for Accounting Education
Leopold Bayerlein and Naomi McGrath.
03:50~04:10Concise paper (101) Models for understanding student engagement in digital learning environments

Paul J Wiseman, Gregor E Kennedy and Jason M Lodge.
Concise paper (141) Introducing pre-service education students to university experiences through an augmented reality game

Chris Campbell and Aisha Al-Harthi.
Concise paper (35) Working with social media in tertiary education: A contested space between academics and policies

Julie Willems, Chie Adachi and Yana Grevtseva.
04:10~04:30Concise paper (136) Social Media #MOOC Mentions: Lessons for MOOC Research from Analysis of Twitter Data.pdf

Eamon Costello, Binesh Nair, Mark Brown, Jingjing Zhang, Enda Donlon, Mairéad Nic Giolla Mhichíl and Theo Lynn.
Conference Gala Dinner


TimeHall ML2L3R7R8
09:00~09:30Welcome and CMALT (Hall M)
09:30~10:30Keynote: BelindaTynan (Hall M)
10:30~11:00Morning Tea (Hall L)
Global challenges/ Assessment and evaluation in the digital ageGlobal challenges in Education/ Digital equity and social justiceInnovations and Design/ Evidence of LearningASCILITE
11:00~11:30Meet the keynote: Belinda TynanFull paper (74)
All roads lead to Rome: Tracking students’ affect as they overcome misconceptions

Gregor Kennedy and Jason Lodge.
Full paper (25)
Digital equity and social justice: Whose reality?

Jeanette Botha.
Full paper (5)
WIL-fully flipping online: A novel approach in STEM to delivering a fully online flipped classroom

Julie Willems, Karen Young, Adam Cardilini and Simone Teychenne.
Community Mentoring Program
11:30~12:00Full paper (120)
Learners Multitasking (Task Switching) during a Virtual Classroom session. Should teachers be concerned?

Kerry Trabinger.
Full paper (107)
Content strategy: a lesson from the industry for university learning analytics

Roger Dawkins.
Concise paper (100)
A national strategy to promote Open Educational Practices in higher education in Australia.pdf

Carina Bossu, Linda Ward, Sandra Wills, Shirley Alexander, David Sadler, Peter Kandlbinder, Natalie Brown, Janet Chelliah, Katherine Klapdor and Philip Uys.
12:00~12:30Concise paper (154)
Harvesting the interface: Pokemon Go

Brent Gregory, Sue Gregory and Boahdan Gregory
Full paper (114)
A Strategic Response to MOOCs: What Role Should Governments Play?

Mark Brown, Eamon Costello and Mairead Nic Giolla-Mhichil.
Concise paper (69)
Piloting Mixed Reality in ICT Networking to Visualize Complex Theoretical Multi-Step Problems-1

Michael Cowling and James Birt.
12:30~01:30Lunch (Hall L)
TimeHall ML2L3R7R8
Analytics and visualisations/ Learning analytics R&DInnovations and Design/ Learning designInnovations and Design/Innovations and Design/ MOOCS, gaming and augmented reality
01:30~01:50Concise paper (142)
Mining video data: tracking learners for orchestration and design

Kate Thompson, Sarah Howard, Jack Yang and Jun Ma.
Concise paper (64)
Failing forward in research around technology enhanced learning

Michael Sankey and Rachel Whitsed.
Concise paper (134)
Power of the Crowd: The Promise and Potential of Crowdsourcing for Education.pdf

Enda Donlon, Mark Brown and Eamon Costello.
Concise paper (12)
Using student voice in the design of game-based learning

Mark O'Rourke.
01:50~02:10Concise paper (11)
Learning how to wrangle and visualise data for measuring digital behaviour: A case study exploring student video use

Timna Garnett and Didy Button.
Concise paper (169)
Building academics’ SoTL capacity through a course on blended learning

Swee Kit Alan Soong, Lyn Fung Jeanette Choy and Adrian Michael Lee.
Concise paper (36)
The missing link for learning from analytics

Cathy Gunn, Marion Blumenstein, Claire Donald, Jenny McDonald and John Milne.
Concise paper (110)
Using Gamification and Mixed Reality Visualization to Improve Conceptual Understanding in ICT System Analysis and Design

Juan Carlos Munoz, Michael Cowling and James Birt.
02:15~02:45Conference closing and handover (HALL M)
05:00~onwardsPost conference drinks (Bank Street Social)