A/Prof. Jo Coldwell-Neilson

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Associate Professor

Faculty

Faculty of Sci Eng & Built Env

Department

School of Info Technology

Campus

Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus

Qualifications

Bachelor of Science, Wales Inst. of Science & Tech., 1973
Master of Science, Heriot Watt College Edinburgh, 1974
Doctor of Philosophy, University of Newcastle, 1996

Career highlights

  • Associate Professor
  • Associate Head (Teaching and Learning) (ongoing)
  • Chair, Faculty Academic Progress and Discipline Committee
  • eLearning Manager (Faculty of Science and Technology)

Research interests

  1. eLearning, technologies to support online learning, student engagement
  2. Gender issues IT
  3. IT education

Teaching interests

Teaching areas
IT practice and professional ethics
Fundamentals of IT
Database
Research Methods

Professional activities

  • Chair, Facilities Committee, Go Girl Go for IT
  • Track Chair, ACIS 2012
  • Editor, JITE
  • Reviewer, Computers & Education, JITE, ACIS2012, AJET

Publications

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2017

Informing the career development of IT students by understanding their career aspirations and skill development action plans

S Mckenzie, J Coldwell-Neilson, S Palmer

(2017), Vol. 26, pp. 14-23, Australian journal of career development, London, Eng., C1

journal

Comparison of tradition and ADRI based teaching approaches in an introductory programming course

S Malik, J Coldwell-Neilson

(2017), Vol. 16, pp. 267-283, Journal of information technology education: research, Santa Rosa, Calif., C1

journal
2016

Towards a framework for aligning learning outcomes, academic literacies and assessment criteria

R Dew, A Goscinski, J Coldwell-Neilson

(2016), Vol. 21, pp. 401-423, Education and information technologies, Berlin, Germany, C1

journal

The book: production and participation

S Luck, J Lamp, A Craig, J Coldwell-Neilson

(2016), Vol. 65, pp. 2-19, Library review, Bingley, Eng., C1

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Students' computing use and study: when more is less

C McLachlan, A Craig, J Coldwell-Neilson

(2016), Vol. 20, pp. 1-17, Australasian journal of information systems, Canberra, A.C.T., C1

journal

A model for teaching an introductory programming course using ADRI

J Coldwell-Neilson, S Iqbal Malik

(2016), Vol. 22, pp. 1-32, Education and information technologies, Berlin, Germany, C1

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Influencing girls' interest in information technology

E Gorbacheva, J Coldwell-Neilson

(2016), pp. 1-14, ECIS 2016: Proceedings of the 24th European Conference on Information Systems, Istanbul, Turkey, E1

conference
2015

Usability in mLearning

A Atalatti, E Lanham, J Coldwell-Neilson

(2015), Vol. 1, pp. 213-219, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Computer Supported Education, Lisbon, Portugal, E1

conference

Responding to student evaluation of teaching : closing the loop

J Coldwell-Neilson, R Dew, A Goscinski

(2015), Vol. 38, pp. 72-81, HERDSA : Learning for Life and Work in a Complex World, Melbourne, Victoria, E1

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Developing career aspirations of information technology students at Deakin University

S McKenzie, J Coldwell-Neilson, S Palmer

(2015), Vol. 38, pp. 331-343, HERDSA 2015: Proceedings of the 38th International Conference of Research and Development in Higher Education : Learning for life and work in a complex world, Melbourne, Victoria, E1

conference
2014

Development of an information management knowledge transfer framework for evidence-based occupational therapy

A Hamilton, J Coldwell-Neilson, A Craig

(2014), Vol. 44, pp. 59-93, Vine : the journal of information and knowledge management systems, Bingley, England, C1

journal

ICT Interventions for girls : factors influencing ICT career intentions

E Gorbacheva, A Craig, J Beekhuyzen, J Coldwell

(2014), Vol. 18, pp. 289-302, Australasian journal of information systems, Canberra, A.C.T., C1

journal

Understanding career aspirations of Information Technology students at Deakin University

S McKenzie, J Coldwell-Neilson, S Palmer, K Coleman

(2014), pp. 301-305, TALE 2014 : Learning for the future now : Proceedings of the 2014 IEEE International Conference on Teaching, Assessment and Learning for Engineering, Wellington, New Zealand, E1

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Longitudinal evaluation of ICT intervention programs for girls

E Gorbacheva, J Beekhuyzen, A Craig, J Coldwell

(2014), pp. 1-11, ASICS 2014 : Proceedings of the 25th Australasian Conference on Information Systems, Auckland, New Zealand, E1

conference

The impact of IT intervention programs for girls

J Coldwell-Neilson, A Craig, E Gorbacheva, J Beekhuyzen

(2014), pp. 10-20, Gender IT '14: Proceedings of Gender and IT Appropriation. Science and Practice on Dialogue - Forum for Interdisciplinary Exchange, Siegen, Germany, E1

conference

Managing learning evidence using eportfolio

Shang Gao, Jo Coldwell-Neilson, Andrzej Goscinski

(2014), Vol. 05, pp. 1585-1590, Creative Education, Irvine, CA, C1

journal

Impact of Assurance of Learning (AOL) in programming course for novices

S Iqbal Malik, R Mathew, M Chowdhury, J Coldwell-Neilson

(2014), pp. 1-5, BCS 2014 : Proceedings of 2nd BCS The Chartered Institute for IT International Conference, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, E1

conference
2013

The silicon ceiling : women managers and leaders in ICT in Australia

A Craig, J Coldwell, J Fisher, C Lang

(2013), pp. 177-200, Women and management : global issues and promising solutions, Santa Barbara, Calif., B1

chapter

Managing expectations : a changing landscape

J Coldwell-Neilson

(2013), pp. 1-17, ePedagogy in online learning : new developments in web mediated human computer interaction, Hershey, Pa., B1

chapter

Are IT interventions for girls a special case?

A Craig, J Coldwell-Neilson, J Beekhuyzen

(2013), pp. 451-456, SIGCSE 2013 : Proceedings of the ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education 2013 technical symposium, Denver, Colorado, E1

conference

Approaches to improving teaching

S Gao, J Coldwell-Neilson, A Goscinski

(2013), Vol. 4, pp. 1-7, Creative education, Irvine, Calif., C1

journal

ICT Interventions for Schoolgirls Do Matter! Understanding the Factors Influencing ICT Career Intentions through Partial Least Squares Analysis.

E Gorbacheva, J Beekhuyzen, A Craig, J Coldwell-Nielson

(2013), pp. 1-10, Proceedings of the 24th Australasian Conference on Information Systems, Melbourne, Vic., E1

conference

Constructivist learning: understanding and experience in IT tertiary education

S Gao, J Coldwell-Neilson, A Goscinski

(2013), Vol. 2, pp. 140-146, Journal of curriculum and teaching, Toronto, Ont., C1

journal

Improving assessment management using tools

S Gao, J Coldwell-Neilson, A Goscinski

(2013), Vol. 4, pp. 168-173, International journal of advanced computer science and applications, New York, N.Y., C1

journal
2012

A review of e-learning technologies - opportunities for teaching and learning

A Craig, J Coldwell-Neilson, A Goold, J Beekhuyzen

(2012), pp. 29-41, CSEDU 2012 ? 4th International Conference on Computer Supported Education, Porto, Portugal, E1

conference

Which e-learning technology is right for me?

J Coldwell-Neilson, J Beekhuyzen, A Craig

(2012), Vol. 7, pp. 13-21, International journal of emerging technologies in learning, Kassel, Germany, C1

journal

Preparing for WIL : online career development for IT students

J Coldwell-Neilson, A Craig

(2012), pp. 37-41, ACEN 2012 : Collaborative education, investing in the future : Proceedings of the 2012 Australian Collaborative Education Network national conference, Geelong, Vic., E1

conference
2011

Using e Technologies for active learning

J Coldwell, J Coldwell, A Craig, A Craig, A Goold, A Goold

(2011), Vol. 6, pp. 1-12, Interdisciplinary journal of information, knowledge and management, Santa Rosa, Calif., C1

journal
2010

Student perceptions of ICT : a gendered analysis

C McLachlan, A Craig, J Coldwell

(2010), ACE 2010 : Proceedings of the twelfth Australasian computing education conference, Brisbane, Queensland, E1

conference

An initiative to address the gender imbalance in tertiary IT studies

A Craig, J Coldwell

(2010), Vol. 5, pp. 177-190, Interdisciplinary journal of information, knowledge and management, Santa Rosa, Calif., C1

journal

An examination of the role of the e-tutor

A Goold, J Coldwell, A Craig

(2010), Vol. 26, pp. 704-716, Australasian journal of educational technology, Wollongong, N.S.W., C1

journal
2009

The role of the online teacher in supporting student learning: A case study

A Craig, J Coldwell, A Goold

(2009), pp. 1181-1187, E-Learn 2009 : Proceedings of the World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education, Vancouver, Canada, E1

conference
2008

Perceptions of roles and responsibilities in online learning : a case study

A Craig, A Goold, J Coldwell, J Mustard

(2008), Vol. 4, pp. 205-223, Interdisciplinary journal of e-learning and learning objects, Santa Rosa, Calif., C1

journal

The student experience of working in teams online

A Goold, A Craig, J Coldwell

(2008), ASCILITE 2008 : Hello! Where are you in the landscape of educational technology? : Proceedings of ASCILITE 2008, Melbourne, Vic., E1

conference

Professional ethics and responsibilities

J Coldwell

(2008), pp. 277-302, Ethics in ICT : an Australian perspective, Frenchs Forest, N.S.W., B1-1

chapter
2007

Accommodating culture and cultural diversity in online teaching

A Goold, A Craig, J Coldwell

(2007), Vol. 23, pp. 490-507, Australasian journal of educational technology, Como, W.A., C1

journal

Gender and equity in e-Learning

J Coldwell, J Coldwell, A Goold, A Goold, A Craig, A Craig, J Mustard, J Mustard

(2007), Vol. 15, pp. 9-24, Australasian journal of information systems, Wollongong, N.S.W., C1

journal
2006

Gender and equity in elearning

J Coldwell, A Goold, A Craig, J Mustard

(2006), pp. 1-8, AusWIT 2006: Participation One Year On: Proceedings of the 2006 Australian Women in IT Conference, Adelaide, Australia, E1

conference

Student perspectives of online learning

J Coldwell, A Craig, A Goold

(2006), pp. 97-107, ALT-C 2006 : the next generation : research proceedings : Association for Learning Technology, Edinburgh, Scotland, E1

conference

Video games research: gender inequities

I Zupanovic, J Coldwell

(2006), pp. 1-8, AusWIT 2006: Participation One Year On: Proceedings of the 2006 Australian Women in IT Conference, Adelaide, S.A., E1

conference
2005

Managing student expectations online

D Newlands, J Coldwell

(2005), Vol. 3583, pp. 355-363, Lecture notes in computer science, Heidelberg, Germany, C1

journal

Learning through computer-mediated communication: a comparison of Australian and Chinese heritage students

P Smith, J Coldwell, S Smith, K Murphy

(2005), Vol. 42, pp. 123-134, Innovations in education and teaching international, London, England, C1

journal

Real time, perceived time and time online : a review of student experiences of time over thirty years of distance and online education

M van der Klooster, J Coldwell

(2005), pp. 1-14, 3rd Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education Conference Proceedings, Honolulu, Hawaii, E1

conference

Solving problems collaboratively online : experiences of Australian and Chinese heritage university students

P Smith, S Smith, J Coldwell, K Murphy

(2005), pp. 1-8, WCCE 2005 : 8th IFIP world conference on computers in education, Cape Town, South Africa, E1

conference

Teaching ethics in a virtual classroom

A Goold, J Coldwell

(2005), pp. 232-236, SIGCSE 2005: Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, Monte de Caparica, Portugal, E1

conference
2004

Deakin Online: an evolving case study

J Coldwell, D Newlands

(2004), Vol. 1, pp. 1-10, Journal of issues in informing science and information technology, Santa Rosa, Calif., C1

journal
2003

A model of online teaching and learning

J Coldwell, D Newlands

(2003), pp. 77-85, CBLIS'03 : Computer based learning in science : proceedings, Nicosia, Cyprus, E1

conference

Mapping pedagogy to technology - a simple model

J Coldwell

(2003), pp. 180-192, ICWL 2003 : Advances in Web-Based Learning, Melbourne, Vic., E1

conference

Students' perspective of online learning

J Coldwell, J Wells

(2003), pp. 101-108, Quality Education @ a Distance : IFIP TC3/ WF3.6 Working Conference on Quality Education @ at a Distance, Geelong, Vic., E1

conference
2000

Using technologies in teaching : an initiative in academic staff development

C Spratt, S Palmer, J Coldwell

(2000), Vol. 3, pp. 455-461, Journal of educational technology & society, Palmerston North, N.Z., C1-1

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Funded Projects at Deakin

Australian Competitive Grants

Develop Digital Literacy understanding and benchmark

A/Prof Jo Coldwell-Neilson

OLT Fellowship - Office for Learning and Teaching

  • 2016: $90,000

Industry and Other Funding

Go Girl Go for IT programme in Victoria-to ascertain its short term and longer term impact

A/Prof Jo Coldwell-Neilson, A/Prof Annemieke Craig

  • 2010: $5,000
  • 2009: $4,500

Evaluation of the 'Go Girls G for IT 2012' Showcase

A/Prof Jo Coldwell-Neilson, A/Prof Annemieke Craig

  • 2012: $5,000

ACDICT Grant - Exploring the contexts of ICT degrees with high female participation

A/Prof Jo Coldwell-Neilson

  • 2013: $13,925

Go Girls Go for IT Evaluation

A/Prof Jo Coldwell-Neilson, A/Prof Annemieke Craig

  • 2014: $6,454

Supervisions

Principal Supervisor
2016

Sohail Iqbal Malik

Thesis entitled: Role of ADRI Model in Teaching and Assessing Novice Programmers

Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), School of Information Technology

2008

Shona Leitch

Thesis entitled: A Systems Analysis Strategy for Online Teaching and Learning Systems

Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), School of Information Technology

2002

Paul Sullivan

Thesis entitled: The Evolving Nature of Fraud Investigation and Prevention

Master of Science (Information Technology), School of Information Technology

Executive Supervisor
2015

Anita Hamilton

Thesis entitled: The Importance of Digital Literacy in the Knowledge Era

Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), School of Information Technology

Co-supervisor
2017

Christine McLachlan

Thesis entitled: Teachers' Perceptions of factors affecting the successful teaching of ICT

Doctor of Philosophy, Dept. of Information Systems & Business Analytics