Tel: +613 522 78143
Fax: +613 522 78129
Bachelor of Engineering (Ballarat) (1987)
Master of Business Administration (Deakin) (1994)
Doctor of Technology (Deakin) - Title: An Evaluation of Australian Undergraduate Engineering Management Education for Flexible Delivery (2002)
Graduate Certificate in Higher Education (Deakin) (2005)
Palmer, S. and Hall, W. (in print), Surface evaluation of carbon fibre composites using wavelet texture analysis, Composites Part B: Engineering.
Hall, W., Seagar, A. and Palmer, S. (in print), Automatic Grain Texture Analysis Using Integral Transforms, Holzforschung.
Palmer, S. (in print), The performance of a student evaluation of teaching system, Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education.
Palmer, S. (2011), The Lived Experience of Flexible Education – Theory, Policy and Practice, Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice, v8, n3, 14 pages.
Palmer, S., Holt, D. and Challis, D. (2011), Strategic leadership of teaching and learning Centres: from reality to ideal, Higher Education Research and Development, v30, n6, pp. 807-821.
Palmer, S., Holt, D., Hall, W. and Ferguson, C. (2011), An evaluation of an online student portfolio for the development of engineering graduate attributes, Computer Applications in Engineering Education, v19, n3, pp. 447-456.
Palmer, S. and Hall, W. (2011), An evaluation of a project-based learning initiative in engineering education, European Journal of Engineering Education, v36, n4, pp. 357-365.
Holt, D., Palmer, S. and Challis, D. (2011), Changing perspectives: Teaching and Learning Centres' strategic contributions to academic development in Australian higher education, International Journal for Academic Development, v16, n1, pp. 5-17.
Palmer, S. (2011), An institutional study of the influence of ‘onlineness’ on student evaluation of teaching in a dual mode Australian university, 28th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, Hobart.
Holt, D., Palmer, S. and Dracup, M. (2011), Leading an evidence-based, multi-stakeholder approach to evaluating the implementation of a new online learning environment: an Australian institutional case study, 28th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, Hobart.
Palmer, S. and Holt, D. (2010), Students’ Perceptions of the Value of the Elements of an Online Learning Environment: An Investigation of Discipline Differences, Proceedings of the World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, v66, pp. 1413-1420.
Palmer, S. and Holt, D. (2010), Academic Staff Perceptions of the Value of the Elements of an Online Learning Environment, Proceedings of the World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, v66, pp. 1405-1412.
Zhang, J., Wang, X. and Palmer, S. (2010), Performance of an objective fabric pilling evaluation method, Textile Research Journal, v80, n16, pp. 1648-1657.
Palmer, S. and Holt, D. (2010), Students’ Perceptions of the Value of the Elements of an Online Learning Environment: Looking Back in Moving Forward, Interactive Learning Environments, v18, n2, pp. 135-151.
Palmer, S., Holt, D. & Challis, D. (2010), Australian teaching and learning centres through the eyes of their Directors: characteristics, capacities and constraints, Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, v32, n2, pp. 159-172.
Zhang, J., Wang, X. and Palmer, S. (2010), Objective Pilling Evaluation of Nonwoven Fabrics, Fibers and Polymers, v11, n1, pp. 115-120.
Zhang, J., Palmer, S. and Wang, X. (2010), Identification of animal fibers with wavelet texture analysis, 2010 International Conference of Signal and Image Engineering, London.
Holt, D. and Palmer, S. (2010), Quality in flexible, online and distance education at Deakin University, Australia, in Padhi, N. (ed), Total Quality Management Of Distance Education, Atlantic Publishers & Distributors: New Delhi.
Palmer, S. and Holt, D. (2010), Online discussion in engineering education – student responses and learning outcomes, in Shedletsky, L. & Aitken, J. (eds), Cases on Online Discussion and Interaction: Experiences and Outcomes, IGI Global: New York.
Palmer, S., Holt, D. & Farley, A. (2010), Towards new models of flexible education to enhance quality in Australian higher education, in Kennepohl, D. and Shaw, L. (eds), Accessible Elements: Teaching Science Online and at a Distance, AU Press, Athabasca University: Edmonton.
Complete listing in Deakin Research Publications Collection: