Dr McFarlane received her PhD from the University of Wollongong in 2011 with the focus of research being an examination of the development of a culturally specific e-learning website. Prior to joining the University of Wollongong as an academic in 1994, Dr. McFarlane taught at Holy Spirit College, Bellambi Field of Study: Culturally specific e-learning Professional Activities and Affiliations: • Council of Australian Postgraduates (CAPA) Women’s Officer, 2002 • Secretary and Women’s Officer of the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU), Wollongong Branch • University of Wollongong, NTEU Branch President • National Councillor (NTEU) • Member of : • UOW Academic Senate • UOW Academic Staff Development Committee • UOW E-Learning Policy Forum • UOW Employment Equity and Diversity Sub-Committee Research Students: • Hael Samer Al Harbi : Traditional versus E-learning Language Lessons Courses: A Comparative Analysis of Student Perceptions and Performance through an Arabic Language Lessons Case Study
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Determining student preference for a culturally specific e-learning website, University of Wollongong Thesis Collection (2011)
This thesis describes the development of designing a culturally specific e-learning website. The theories of:...