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2008

Conference Proceedings

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

Volume 2 – 2008

Proceedings of the 7th Teaching Matters Conference
Exploring possibilities for practice

University of Tasmania

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.

Eversole, R., & Hawkins, C. J.
What do I know how to do? Piloting the ‘Student ePortfolio’ as a reflective learning tool in the Bachelor of Regional Resource Management course
Full paper (PDF 102KB)

Forbes, L., Evans, C., Pemberton, K., & Luther, L.
Stepping forward: A role for UTAS professional staff in the University’s work integrated learning and teaching
Full paper (PDF 79KB)

Jackson, K., & Lawrence, N.
Measuring cognitive engagement in online discussions
Full paper (PDF 343KB)

Nursey-Bray, M.
Sustaining interest: Teaching sustainability
Full paper (PDF 70KB)

Truscott, D.
An innovative, inter-professional, clinical placement for medical students to teach therapeutics and Quality Use of Medicine
Full paper (PDF 95KB)

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Program

The final conference booklet (PDF 508KB) with program, abstracts and information on keynote speakers and posters.