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The Teaching Matters Conference Proceedings are published annually by the Centre for Advancement of Learning and Teaching (CALT), University of Tasmania.

Volume 5, 2011

Proceedings of the 10th Teaching Matters Conference
Sharing practice

Showcase Papers

These papers have passed through the full reviewing and editorial process and have been refereed according to the DEEWR procedure required for refereed conference articles.

Clarke, R., & Thomas, S.
Digital narrative and the Humanities: An evaluation of the use of digital storytelling in an Australian undergraduate Arts program. Full paper (PDF 110.8 KB)

Freeman, B., Brown, N., & Spurr, M.
The role of collaborative policy development in progressing the UTAS WIL agenda. Full paper (PDF 113.7 KB)

Smith, L.
Applying the Bioecological Theory of Human Development to learning: Enhancing student engagement in online learning. Full paper (PDF 97.1 KB)

Fallon, F., & Frankcombe, C.
Authentic learning and assessment in a student learning laboratory: Letting students lead in the Mount Roland experience. Full paper (PDF 82.8 KB)


Download the Teaching Matters 2011 Program (PDF 261.9 KB).