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Journal articles (6)
Applying an alternative mathematics pedagogy for students with weak mathematics: meta-analysis of alternative pedagogies International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology (2017)
Student mathematics performance and the need for work-ready graduates to be mathematics-competent is a core issue for many universities. While both student and teacher are responsible for learning outcomes, there is a need to explicitly ...
What your teacher librarian can do for you Access (2012)
Pre-service teachers often lack opportunity or encouragement to build professional partnerships with teacher librarians during their teacher training. While pre-service teachers may visit the school library during their placement, this may not provide an adequate ...
Use of formal and informal methods to gain information among faculty at an Australian regional university Journal of Academic Librarianship (2002)
Faculty members use formal methods, searching traditional print sources along with the newer electronic resources of gaining information for various purposes including research and teaching activities. A number of studies have shown that faculty also ...
Information literacy and flexible delivery: creating a conceptual framework and model Journal of Academic Librarianship (2001)
Despite the growing recognition of the importance of information literacy education, there are few working models for curriculum integration within the Australian higher education sector. Librarians, in conjunction with faculty at Central Queensland University, developed ...
Information literacy and flexible delivery: are we meeting student needs? Australian Academic and Research Libraries (2001)
This paper discusses the impact of flexible delivery on the creation and delivery of information literacy programs. By focussing learning on the needs of the learner, libraries have had to adapt traditional services to meet ...
CHEMPAGE : a model for exploring the internet for professional development Australian Library Journal (1998)
Several members of the Central Queensland University library staff developed a world wide web program to aid chemists in accessing and searching revelvant resources on the Internet. The model teaches people how to access, evaluate ...
Data collections (1)
Read, listen and learn All data sets
Traditionally, academic libraries have provided access to predominantly text-based materials. This project sought to identify the preferences of the ‘mobile’ SCU community in relation to accessing quality academic literature (in particular, journal articles). Varying learning ...
Book chapters (1)
Using mobile technology to deliver information in audio format: learning by listening M-libraries 3: transforming libraries with mobile technology (2012)
Libraries globally are exploring ways to deliver the myriad of quality information resources available to their users – via mobile devices. As well as focusing on documents (with the inherent problems associated with reading on ...
Conference presentations (6)
A pilot application of the Value Toolkit: assessing the impact of information services to clinicians in regional Queensland Celebrate the future: 10th Asia Pacific Special, Health and Law Librarians' Conference (2003)
This paper outlines the use of the Value Toolkit with clinicians in regional Queensland, in particular Queensland health personnel, to determine the impact of library services. The study revealed the identity of and details of ...
Creative works (1)
Student teachers and libraries, video recording (series) Library (2011)
This series of 12 videoclips is aimed at supporting student teachers, especially as they undertake their practicum / placement. Produced by Southern Cross University Library, and Independent Productions. Clips available online at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWQWKNTFmpDAPRstgdPUlsTSz081GwZKf