Kathryn Coleman is an artist, researcher and teacher in Melbourne Australia. Her work focuses on the integration of digital pedagogies and digital portfolios for sustained creative practice and assessment.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Peer Review and the Coursework Postgraduate Student: Two Case Studies from the Master of Art Administration at COFA, UNSW
Arianne Rourke,

This paper explores the use of structured online peer review as a teaching method for improving the research and writing skills of coursework postgraduate students.

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Interactive and Collaborative Learning in an e-Learning Environment: Using the Peer Review Process to Teach Writing and Research Skills to Postgraduate Students
Arianne Rourke,

Exploring the concept of interactive and collaborative learning, a case study on using online peer review to teach Postgraduate students how to write a research paper in Arts Administration.

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A Learner Support System: Scaffolding to Enhance Digital Learning
Arianne Rourke,

This paper provides some critical reflections on how online scaffolding can be used to assist Postgraduate students how to write a research paper.

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Pedagogy Leads Technology: Online Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: New Technologies, New Pedagogies
Arianne Rourke,

Book: Print

$US40.00

Book: Electronic

$US15.00
Actively Engaging Visual Learner’s Online
Arianne Rourke,

To actively engage these predominantly visual learners, the design of the virtual learning environment interface should use emerging adaptive technologies that support their specific learning styles.

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Marking Time: Leading and Managing the Development of Assessment in Higher Education

This book highlights the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Assessment as Learning Project, a learning and teaching agenda which made assessment practices more effective and efficient.

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$US40.00

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$US15.00
Disciplines: The Lenses of Learning

This edited collection reflects how a group of educators can look through their respective disciplinary lenses to discuss common issues of concern for educators and learners alike.

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Book: Print

$US40.00
Integrated Career Development Learning and ePortfolios: Improving Student Self-efficacy in Employability Skills in an Undergraduate Science Course

This paper evaluates the use of an ePortfolio in a senior undergraduate cancer science course to specifically improve student self-efficacy in career decision-making.

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$US10.00

Published online: January 5, 2015

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Capturing Creativity through Creative Teaching

This edited collection of research and practice explores the nature of creativity in three parts through a variety of disciplines, global contexts, and practice in higher education.

Book: Electronic

$US15.00

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Enabling Reflective Thinking: Reflective Practices in Learning and Teaching

This curated collection explores reflections from international educators and researchers to support, enhance, and generate creative learning and teaching through praxis.

Book: Electronic

$US15.00

Paperback

$US40.00

Hardback

$US60.00