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Publications and Conference Presentations
Hansford, D. & Wylie, A. 2006. ‘Raising Readers: Supporting Parents Supporting Literacy’, conference presentation, Voices, Visions and Vibes Conference, The Australia Literacy Educators’ Association (ALEA) and the Australian Association of Teaching English (AATE), Darwin.
Brown, T. & Wylie, A 2005. ‘Incorporating Graduate Attributes into a Chemistry Major’. The Australian Journal of Education in Chemistry, the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI), Melbourne, Victoria.
Wylie, A. Brown, T and Epworth, R. 2005. Internal report on a Stage Two Teaching Development Grants Small Project. Review and enhance teaching, and assessment practices in the Faculties of the Sciences and Economics, Business and Law in two undergraduate degrees to further embed attributes and enhance student learning. University of New England.
Wylie, A. and Calvert, T. 2004. Course Information: Mine Planning and Design. Minerals Council of Australia.
Wylie, A. 2003, ‘Lessons learnt and challenges faced when undertaking shared/cooperative degree programs’. Presentation for the Review of UQ’s undergraduate mining engineering program and the development of a national undergraduate program in Mining Engineering. Bardon Professional Centre, Bardon, Brisbane. The University of Queensland, Division of Mining & Minerals Process Engineering. June 2003.
Hansford, D. & Wylie, A. 2002. ‘Evaluating online collaborative learning: A case study in increasing student participation’. Conference paper presented at the Challenging Futures Changing Agendas in Teacher Education, School of Education University of New England and Centre Education Research Group, Sydney University of Technology. The paper was refereed for post conference publication.
Wylie, A. & Hansford, D. 2002. Online collaborative learning: Increasing student participation. In Learning for the Future, proceedings of the Learning Conference 2001, Eds, Bill Cope & Mary Kalanzis. The Eighth International Literacy & Education Research Network Conference on Learning, Dimotiko Skolio of Spetses, Spetses, Greece, 4—8 July 2001. The paper was refereed for post conference publication.
Johnstone, S. & Wylie, A. 2000. Developing a Process to Expand the Availability of Specialist Low Enrolment Units and Awards by Distance Education. A project report commissioned by the Higher Education Innovation Projects Higher Education Division, DETYA, Canberra.
Wylie, A. 2000. Maintaining student choice: Can collaboration (in distance, open and flexible learning) provide a solution? Conference presentation at the Open Learning Conference, Brisbane Convention Centre, Brisbane.
Wylie, A. 1999. Easing the squeeze. Maintaining student choice through distance education. An unpublished presentation at the ODLAA Forum 1999, Deakin University, Geelong, Victoria.
Wylie, A. 1997 Book Review in Australian Academic and Research Libraries (AARL) of Jolley, A. 1997 Exporting Education to Asia, the Centre for Strategic Studies, Victoria University Press, Melbourne, Victoria.
Wylie, A. Chapman, L. and Gratton, L. 1997. EDAS 488 Distance Education: Theory and Practice of Instructional Design. A semester length Unit of study written in by the instructional design team at the Distance and Flexible Learning Centre, UNE, for the Department of Administration and Training’s Graduate Certificate in Distance Education.
Wylie, A. 1996. Open Learning: If it Looks Like DE, it’s Okay. 2nd International Open Learning Conference Papers, Queensland Open Learning Network, Brisbane, QLD pp 286-293, 1996.
Wylie, A. 1994. External materials packaging standards. An internal University document provided to the Vice Chancellor, October 1994.
Wylie, A. 1994. Open Learning: the Theory and Practice in Teaching in Tough Times, Academic Development Unit, University of New England.
Adams, D. & Wylie, A. 1993. The Role of the Instructional Designer in Educational Development. A one hour national radio program for the external teaching series Talking To New England. Broadcast on the 9 August 1993.
Wylie, A. 1993. Book review in the International Journal of Lifelong Education, Vol. 12, No. 2, April—June, pp 147—161, of Börje Holmberg and Gerhard Ortner (eds) 1991. Research into Distance Education, Peter Lang Frankfurt.
Wylie, A. 1991. Teaching Through Video. A conference presentation for the Australian Library and Information Association, Distance Education Special Interest Group conference: Challenges for the 90s: Technology, Libraries and Distance Education.
Wylie, A. 1990. The Suitability of Current Technology in Distance Education. Departmental report on the 1990 ASET conference, Converging Technology, University of Sydney, Sydney.