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2016
Academic leaders' perspectives on adopting ePortfolios for developing and assessing professional capabilities in Australian business educationDr Dale Holt Mr Nicholas McGuigan Prof Marie Kavanagh A/Prof Shona Margaret Leitch Dr Leanne Ngo Dr Scott Salzman Prof Kim Watty Dr Jade Mckay (2016) vol. 32, pp. 1-18, Australasian journal of educational technology, Perth, W.A., C1
2015
Engaging diverse student audiences in contemporary blended learning environments in Australian higher business education: implications for design and practiceDr Graeme Pye Dr Dale Holt Dr Scott Salzman Dr Emilia Bellucci Dr Luisa Lombardi (2015) vol. 19, pp. 1-20, Australasian journal of information systems, Wollongong, N.S.W., C1
2014
Framing and enhancing distributed leadership in the quality management of online learning environments in higher educationDr Dale Holt A/Prof Stuart Palmer Maree Gosper Michael Sankey Garry Allan (2014) vol. 35, pp. 382-399, Distance education, London, Eng., C1
Development of student and academic staff perceptions of the elements of an online learning environment over timeA/Prof Stuart Palmer Dr Dale Holt (2014) vol. 30, pp. 375-389, Australasian Journal of Educational technology, Qld, Australia, C1
Crossing the divide : student and staff responses to changing an institutional learning management systemA/Prof Stuart Palmer Dr Dale Holt (2014) vol. , pp. 1-11, ASCILITE 2014 : Proceeding of the 31st Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, Tugun, Qld., E1
2013
Leading the quality management of online learning environments in Australian higher educationDr Dale Holt A/Prof Stuart Palmer Judy Munro Ian Solomonides Maree Gosper M. Hicks M Sankey G. Allan R. Hollenbeck (2013) vol. 29, pp. 387-402, Australasian journal of educational technology, Perth, W.A., C1
Exploring distributed leadership for the quality management of online learning environmentsA/Prof Stuart Palmer Dr Dale Holt Maree Gosper M Sankey G. Allan (2013) vol. 16, pp. 61-75, European journal of open, distance and e-learning, Budapest, Hungary, C1
2012
E-Simulations for educating the professions in blended learning environmentsDr Dale Holt Mr Stephen Segrave A/Prof Jacob Cybulski (2012) vol. , pp. 1-23, Professional education using e-simulations : benefits of blended learning design, Hershey Pa., B1
Trajectories of engagement : a repeated cross-sectional investigation of student perceptions of an online learning environmentA/Prof Stuart Palmer Dr Dale Holt (2012) vol. 20, pp. 253-265, Research in learning technology, Oxford , England, C1
Leading the evaluation of institutional online learning environments for quality enhancement in times of changeMaree Gosper Dr Dale Holt A/Prof Stuart Palmer G. Allan M. Hicks R. Hollenbeck Judy Munro M Sankey I. Solmonides (2012) vol. , pp. 353-358, ASCILITE 2012 : Proceeding of the 29th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, Wellington, New Zealand, E1
2011
Strategic leadership of teaching and learning centres : from reality to idealA/Prof Stuart Palmer Dr Dale Holt Di Challis (2011) vol. 30, pp. 807-821, Higher education research & development, London, England, C1
Changing perspectives : teaching and learning centres’ strategic contributions to academic development in Australian higher education
Dr Dale Holt A/Prof Stuart Palmer Di Challis (2011) vol. 16, pp. 5-17, International journal for academic development, Abingdon, Eng., C1
An evaluation of an online student portfolio for the development of engineering graduate attributesA/Prof Stuart Palmer Dr Dale Holt Wayne Hall Mr Clive Ferguson (2011) vol. 19, pp. 447-456, Computer applications in engineering education, Malden, Mass., C1
Leading an evidence-based, multi-stakeholder approach to evaluating the implementation of a new online learning environment : an Australian institutional case studyDr Dale Holt A/Prof Stuart Palmer Dr Mary Dracup (2011) vol. , pp. 602-612, ASCILITE 2011 : Changing demands, changing directions : Proceedings of the Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education Conference, Hobart, Tas., E1
2010
Quality in flexible, online and distance education at Deakin University, AustraliaDr Dale Holt A/Prof Stuart Palmer (2010) vol. , pp. 203-214, Total quality management of distance education, New Delhi, India, B1
Online discussion in engineering education : student responses and learning outcomesA/Prof Stuart Palmer Dr Dale Holt (2010) vol. , pp. 105-122, Cases on online discussion and interaction : experiences and outcomes, Hershey, New York, B1
Students' perceptions of the value of the elements of an online learning environment : looking back in moving forwardA/Prof Stuart Palmer Dr Dale Holt (2010) vol. 18, pp. 135-151, Interactive learning environments, Abingdon, Eng., C1
Australian teaching and learning centres through the eyes of their directors : characteristics, capacities and constraintsA/Prof Stuart Palmer Dr Dale Holt Di Challis (2010) vol. 32, pp. 159-172, Journal of higher education policy and management, Abingdon, Eng., C1
Students' perceptions of the value of the elements of an online learning environment : an investigation of discipline differencesA/Prof Stuart Palmer Dr Dale Holt (2010) vol. 42, pp. 1399-1406, Proceedings of the world academy of science, engineering and technology, Canakkale, Turkey, C1
Academic staff perceptions of the value of the elements of an online learning environmentA/Prof Stuart Palmer Dr Dale Holt (2010) vol. 42, pp. 1391-1398, Proceedings of the world academy of science, engineering and technology, Canakkale, Turkey, C1
Enriching student experience and inter-professional learning of inclusive design with Second LifeMs Susan Ang Mr Stephen Segrave Ms Helen Larkin Dr Danielle Hitch Ms Valerie Watchorn Prof Hisham Elkadi Ms Merrin Mccracken Dr Dale Holt (2010) vol. , pp. 1-8, ANZAScA 2010 : On the border : architectural science in theory & practice : Proceedings of the 44th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association, Auckland, New Zealand, E1
2009
Teaching and learning centres : towards maturationDi Challis Dr Dale Holt A/Prof Stuart Palmer (2009) vol. 28, pp. 371-383, Higher Education Research and Development, London, Eng., C1
Staff and student perceptions of an online learning environment : difference and developmentA/Prof Stuart Palmer Dr Dale Holt (2009) vol. 25, pp. 366-381, Australasian journal of educational technology, Figtree, NSW, C1
Examining student satisfaction with wholly online learningA/Prof Stuart Palmer Dr Dale Holt (2009) vol. 25, pp. 101-113, Journal of computer assisted learning, Hoboken, N..J., C1
Online learning environments : same place; different demographic space?A/Prof Stuart Palmer Dr Dale Holt (2009) vol. , pp. 736-745, ASCILITE 2009 : Same places, different spaces : Proceedings of the 26th ASCILITE conference, Auckland, N.Z., E1
2008
Expanding the realm of best practices in cooperative industry-based learning in information systems and information technology : an inter-institutional investigation in Australian higher educationA/Prof Ross Smith David William Mackay Dr Dale Holt Di Challis (2008) vol. 9, pp. 73-80, Asia-Pacific journal of Cooperative Education, Hamilton, N. Z., C1
Does the discussion help? The impact of a formally assessed online discussion on final student resultsA/Prof Stuart Palmer Dr Dale Holt Sharyn Bray (2008) vol. 39, pp. 847-858, British journal of educational technology, Oxford, England, C1
The learning outcomes of an online reflective journal in engineeringA/Prof Stuart Palmer Dr Dale Holt Sharyn Bray (2008) vol. , pp. 724-732, ASCILITE 2008 : Hello! Where are you in the landscape of educational technology?, Melbourne, Vic., E1
An online student portfolio for the development and assessment of engineering graduate attributesA/Prof Stuart Palmer Dr Dale Holt Wayne Hall Mr Clive Ferguson (2008) vol. , pp. 239-250, CAA 2008 : Proceedings of the 12th International Computer Assisted Assessment Conference 2008, Loughborough, England, E1
2007
Conceptions of teaching with integrity online in higher education: a case in the field of engineeringA/Prof Stuart Palmer Dr Richard White Dr Dale Holt (2007) vol. , pp. 2603-2612, Proceedings of ED-MEDIA 2007 World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Charlottesville, Va., E1
Conceptualising best practices in cooperative industry-based learning in information systems and information technology: an inter-institutional investigation in Australian higher educationDi Challis A/Prof Ross Smith David William Mackay Dr Dale Holt (2007) vol. , pp. -, 15th World Conference on Cooperative Education, Singapore, E1
Framing the role of technologies in the recognition and development of staff capacities to enhance learning in higher educationAlan Farley Dr Dale Holt Dr Siewmee Barton (2007) vol. , pp. 259-261, Ascilite 2007, Singapore ICT- providing choices for learners and learning, 2-5 December 2007, Singapore, E1
Moving a unit online: a quantitative evaluation of student repsonsesA/Prof Stuart Palmer Dr Dale Holt (2007) vol. , pp. 813-821, ASCILITE 2007 : ICT : providing choices for learners and learning: 24th Annual Ascilite Conference, Singapore, E1
Staff exercising 'choice': students exercising 'choice': wholly online learning at an Australian universityDr Dale Holt A/Prof Stuart Palmer (2007) vol. , pp. 388-397, ASCILITE 2007 : ICT : providing choices for learners and learning: 24th Annual Ascilite Conference, Singapore, E1
2006
Seeking industry perspectives to enhance experiential education in university-industry partnerships: going beyond mere assumptionsA/Prof Ross Smith David William Mackay Di Challis Dr Dale Holt (2006) vol. 7, pp. 1-9, Asia-Pacific journal of cooperative education, Hamilton, New Zealand, C1
Strategic design for web-based teaching and learning: making corporate technology systems work for learning organizationProf Brian Corbitt Dr Dale Holt Mr Stephen Segrave (2006) vol. 1, pp. 15-35, International journal of web based learning and teaching technologies, Hershey, Pa., C1
Designing contemporary e-supported professional development environments to enhance tertiary teaching and learningDr Dale Holt Alan Farley (2006) vol. , pp. 159-165, Ed-Media 2006 world conference on educational multimedia, hypermedia & telecommunications: proceedings of Ed-Media 2006, Norfolk, Va, E1
New students, new learning, new environments in higher education : literacies in the digital ageDr Dale Holt Ian Smissen Mr Stephen Segrave (2006) vol. , pp. 327-337, Who's learning? Whose technology? : proceeedings [of] the 23rd annual conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, 3-6 December 2006, the University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, Sydney, N.S.W., E1
2005
The power of the 6 three model for enhancing academic teachers' capacities for effective online teaching and learning: benefits, initiatives and future directionsMr Stephen Segrave Dr Dale Holt James Farmer (2005) vol. 21, pp. 118-135, Australasian journal of educational technology, Como, W.A, C1
Staff perceptions of the role of technology in experiential learning: a case study from an Australian universityDi Challis Dr Dale Holt Mary Rice (2005) vol. 21, pp. 19-39, Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, Como, W.A, C1
Beyond assumptions: seeking industry perspectives to enhance experiential education in university-industry partnershipsDavid William Mackay A/Prof Ross Smith Di Challis Dr Dale Holt (2005) vol. , pp. -, 14th World Conference on Cooperative Education, Boston, MA, E1
Casing out teaching and learning online: enhancing fidelity into the mainstreamDr Dale Holt Rosemary Borland James Farmer Mary Rice Ms Pamela Mulready (2005) vol. , pp. 261-270, Balance, fidelity, mobility : maintaining the momentum? Proceedings of the 22nd ASCILITE conference Brisbane, 4-7 December 2005, Brisbane, Qld, E1
2004
Developing professional expertise in the knowledge economy: integrating industry-based learning with the academic curriculum in the field of information technologyDr Dale Holt David William Mackay A/Prof Ross Smith (2004) vol. 5, pp. 1-8, Asia-Pacific journal of cooperative education, Hamilton, New Zealand, C1
Designing contemporary learning environments for excellence in public relationsDr Dale Holt Mr Mark Sheehan (2004) vol. 5, pp. 21-33, Asia Pacific public relations journal, Geelong, Vic, C1
From product centricism to systems-wide education design: making corporate technology systems work for the learning organisationProf Brian Corbitt Dr Dale Holt Mr Stephen Segrave (2004) vol. , pp. 673-686, 2004 Information Systems Adoption and Business Productivity, the Eighth Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, Manukau, N.Z., E1
From the comforts of print to the possibilities of digital media: leading the way in teaching political leadership in a faculty of artsDr Dale Holt Dr Siewmee Barton Prof Greg Barton (2004) vol. , pp. 1-10, Beyond the comfort zone : proceedings of the 21st ASCILITE Conference, Perth, 5-8 December, Perth, W.A, E1
From online enhanced to wholly online: reflections on e-learning developments in teaching psychologyDr Christine Armatas Dr Dale Holt Mary Rice (2004) vol. , pp. 1-10, Beyond the comfort zone : proceedings of the 21st ASCILITE Conference, Perth, 5-8 December, Perth, W.A, E1
The 6 by the power of 3 model for enhancing academic teachers' capacities for effective online teaching and learning: benefits, initiatives and future directionsMr Stephen Segrave Dr Dale Holt James Farmer (2004) vol. , pp. 1-11, Beyond the comfort zone : proceedings of the 21st ASCILITE Conference, Perth, 5-8 December, Perth, W.A, E1
2003
The emergence of an online learning community in first year tertiary studies in psychologyDr Dale Holt Mary Rice Dr Christine Armatas (2003) vol. 19, pp. 161-175, Australian journal of educational technology, Carlingford, N.S.W, C1
Impacts of an online-supported, resouce-based learning environment: does one size fit all?Dr Christine Armatas Dr Dale Holt Mary Rice (2003) vol. 24, pp. 141-158, Distance education, Melbourne, Vic, C1
Contemporary learning environments: designing e-learning for education in the professionsMr Stephen Segrave Dr Dale Holt (2003) vol. 24, pp. 7-24, Distance education, Melbourne, Vic, C1
Educating for professional capability in the field of information technology: integrating industry-based learning with the academic curriculumDr Dale Holt David William Mackay A/Prof Ross Smith (2003) vol. , pp. 1-15, Proceedings of the 13th World Conference on Cooperative Education, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, E1
Creating and sustaining quality e-learning environments of enduring value for teachers and learnersDr Dale Holt Mr Stephen Segrave (2003) vol. , pp. 226-235, Interact, integrate, impact : proceedings of the 20th annual conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE), Adelaide, Australia 7-10 December 2003, Wollongong, N.S.W., E1
Issues arising from the implementation of a comprehensive assessment approach in a large, multi-modal Bachelor of Commerce unitMary Rice Dr Dale Holt Ms Jan Fermelis (2003) vol. , pp. 1-10, Proceedings of 2nd ATN Evaluations and Assessment Conference 2003, Adelaide, S. Aust., E1-1
2002
Issues arising from an online resource-based learning approach in first year psychologyDr Dale Holt Mary Rice Dr Christine Armatas (2002) vol. , pp. 287-297, Winds of change in the sea of learning: proceedings of the 19th annual conference of the Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE), Auckland, New Zealand, E1
2001
Towards institution-wide online teaching and learning systems: trends, drivers and issuesDr Dale Holt Mary Rice Ian Smissen Judy Bowly (2001) vol. , pp. 271-280, Meeting at the crossroads : proceedings of the 18th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiarty Education (ASCILITE) : 9 - 12 December 2001, Melbourne, Australia, E1