The Belonging Project bibliography G - M
Gleeson, D. (no date). Transition Checklist for Lecturers of First Year Subjects. University of Melbourne Transition Resources.
Gola, G. (2009). Informal learning of social workers: a method of narrative inquiry. Journal of Workplace Learning, 21(4), 334–46.
Greenwood, D. J., Whyte, W. F. & Harkavy, I. (1993). Participatory action research as a process and as a goal. Human Relations, 46(2), 175–92.
Hellsten, M. & Prescott, A. (2004). Learning at university: the international student experience.International Education Journal, 5(3), 344–51.
James, R., Anderson, M., Bexley, E., Devlin, M., Garnett, R., Marginson, S. & Maxwell, L. (2008, March). Participation and equity: A review of the participation in higher education of people from low socioeconomic backgrounds and Indigenous people, Universities Australia, Canberra.
James, R. (2002). Students' changing expectations of higher education and the consequences of mismatches with the reality. Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development, Responding to student expectations, pp. 71–84. Paris:OECD.
Jurasaite-Harbison, E. (2009). Teachers' workplace learning within informal contexts of school cultures in the United States and Lithuania. Journal of Workplace Learning, 21(4), 299–321.
Karpen, I., Hall, C., Katsoulidis, T. and Cam, M. (2011). Co-Creating the Student Experience: Conceptual Foundations and Empirical Exploration from an S-D logic perspective. Learning and Teaching Investment Fund (LTIF), RMIT University. Retrieved from www.rmit.edu.au/browse;ID=xsqunbee4nr6.
Kemmis, S. (2007). Action Research. In M. Hammersley (ed.), Educational Research and Evidence-based Practice, pp. 167–80). Milton Keynes and London: The Open Univeristy and SAGE Publications.
Keppell, M., Souter, K. & Riddle, M. (2011). Physical and Virtual Learning Spaces in Higher Education: concepts for the modern learning environment. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Kift, S. (2004). Organising first year engagement around learning: formal and informal curriculum intervention. Paper presented at The 8th Pacific Rim First Year in Higher Education Conference: Dealing with Diversity, Melbourne, Australia.
Kift, S. (2008). The next, great first year challenge: sustaining, coordinating and embedding coherent institution-wide approaches to enact the FYE is 'everybody's business'. Paper presented at the 11th International Pacific Rim First Year in Higher Education Conference, An Apple for the Learner: Celebrating the First Year Experience, Hobart, Australia. eprints.qut.edu.au/14401/1/14401.pdf
Kift, S. & Nelson, K. (2005). Beyond Curriculum Reform: embedding the transition experience. Paper presented at the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australia Conference 2005: Higher Education in a Changing World, Sydney, Australia.
Kift, S., Nelson, K. & Clarke, J. (2010) ‘Transition pedagogy : a third generation approach to FYE : a case study of policy and practice for the higher education sector.’ The International Journal of the First Year in Higher Education, 1(1), 1–20.
Kirk, J. (2011). What a School Should Look Like Project: Review of School Governance and Management. Final Report. Melbourne: RMIT University.
Krause, K.-L., Hartley, R., James, R. & McInnis, C. (2005). ‘The first year experience in Australian Universities: findings from a decade of national studies.’
Kuhm, G. D., Pace, C. R. & Vesper, N. (1997). The development of process indicators to estimate student gains associated with good practices in undergraduate education. Research in Higher Education, 38(4), 435–54.
Leask, B. (2009). Using formal and informal curricula to improve interactions between home and international students. Journal of Studies in International Education, 13(2), 205-221.
Levine, A. & Nideffer, J. 1996. Beating the odds: how the poor get to college. San Francisco: Jossey Bass Publishers.
Levy, S., Yellowley, W. & Farmer, M. (2006). Engaging and Retaining Students through Team Teaching. Paper presented at The 9th Pacific Rim First Year in Higher Education Conference: Engaging Students, Gold Coast, Australia.
Li, J., Brake, G., Champion, A., Fuller, T., Gabel, S. & Hatcher-Busch, L. (2009). Workplace learning: the roles of knowledge accessibility and management. Journal of Workplace Learning, 21(4), 347–64.
Macquarie University. (2009). Student Engagement Principles. Macquarie University Learning and Teaching Centre, Sydney.
Markwell, D. (2007). The challenge of student engagement. Paper presented at the University of Western Australia Teaching and Learning Forum, Perth, Australia.
Marsick, V. J. (2009). Toward a unifying framework to support informal learning theory, research and practice. Journal of Workplace Learning, 21(4), 265–75.
Massey, O. T. (2011). A proposed model for the analysis and interpretation of focus groups in evaluation research. Evaluation and Program Planning, 34, 21-28.
McLean, P. & Holden, W. (2004). Investing in cultural capital: a partnership enhancing transition for equity students. Paper presented at The 8th Pacific Rim First Year in Higher Education Conference: Dealing with Diversity, Melbourne, Australia.
McNally, J., Blake, A. & Reid, A. (2009). The informal learning of new teachers in school. Journal of workplace learning, 21(4), 322–33.
Measuring the Socio-Economic Status of Higher Education Students. (2009). Canberra: Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations.
Meyer, J. (2000). Evaluating action research. Age and Ageing, 29(2), 8–10.
Mitchell, M. & Egudo, M. (2003). A Review of Narrative Methodology. Edinburgh, South Australia: DSTO Systems Sciences Laboratory Retrieved from dspace.dsto.defence.gov.au/dspace/bitstream/1947/3817/1/DSTO-GD-0385 PR.pdf.