Recent teaching awards
- Carrick Associate Fellowship (2006 ALTC Associate Fellow)
- HERDSA Fellow
- ODLAA Visiting Scholar
- ASCILITE Fellow
- ALTC National Teaching Fellow
Recent conference presentations
- Crisp, G. T. & Le Lievre, K. Peer Review of Teaching for Promotion Purposes. Trialling the Documentation and Procedures Developed for an ALTC Project. Workshop HERDSA Conference CDU, Darwin 6-9 July.
- Crisp. G. T. EdMedia Conference Hawaii 22-26 June Towards Authentic e-Assessment Tasks.
- Crisp, G. T. Moving beyond multiple-choice questions: interactivity in e-assessments. Association Learning Technology Conference Manchester, UK, 8-10 September 2009 Workshop.
- Crisp, G. T. Don Maconachie, D., Chalmers, D., Hicks, M., Ryan, M. and Smigiel, M. Benchmarking Academic Development: The Australian Experience. International Consortium Educational Development (ICED). Barcelona, Spain. 28-30 June 2010
- Crisp, G. T. Peer Review of Teaching for Promotion Purposes – Developing Criteria, Protocols and Procedures. International Consortium Educational Development (ICED). Barcelona, Spain. 28-30 June 2010
- Crisp, G. T. Workshop Assessment 2.0 - updating your assessment practices. HERDSA Conference, Melbourne, 6-9 July 2010.
- G. Crisp, S. Joarder, M. Hillier. (2010). Assessing students in Second Life with scripted chat-bots. ATN Assessment Conference, November 18-19, Sydney.
- Helen Farley, Sue Gregory, Allan Ellis, Geoffrey Crisp, Jenny Grenfell, Angela Thomas, Matthew Campbell. Teaching and Learning in Virtual Worlds: Is it worth the effort? Symposium presented atASCILITE 2010 Conference, 5-8 December, Sydney.
- Crisp, G., Elliott, K., Hoban, G., Nott, M. & Rifkin, W. Do online activities inspire students in the science disciplines? Engaging students in learning science with online activities: Affordances and limitations. Symposium presented at ASCILITE 2010 Conference, 5-8 December, Sydney.
- Crisp, G., Hillier, M. & Joarder, S. Assessing students in Second Life - some options. Paper presented at ASCILITE 2010 Conference, 5-8 December, Sydney.
- Crisp, G. T. Redefining assessment practices in higher education. HERDSA Conference, Gold Coast, 4-7 July 2011
- Crisp, G. Redefining assessment practices in higher education. HERDSA. 4-7 July, Gold Coast, Queensland.
- Crisp, G. Assessment practices in digital learning environments. The 2nd annual National Learning and Teaching Forum 28th - 29th September, Sydney Harbour Marriott.
- Crisp, G. Aligning learning and e-assessment activities. OUA Learning and Teaching Forum Quasar Event 17 November RMIT University, Melbourne
- Crisp, G. Meaningful assessment for student learning activities in virtual worlds – what should it look like? 2nd Global Conference on Experiential learning in Virtual Worlds. Prague March 12-14.
- Crisp, G. Mash up your curriculum for new generation learning spaces. IQPC New Generation Learning Spaces. 28-29 March, Melbourne.
Keynotes and invited presentations
- 'Issues in University Education and Promoting Future Faculty Program in Australia'. International Symposium on Preparing Future Faculty, Sendai International Center, Tohoku University Japan, 24 August.
- 334 Symposium on Project 4Y, Lingnan University, Hong Kong. 4 March.
- ATN Assessment Conference. Curtin University, Perth. 20 October 2011
- Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education Conference. University of Melbourne. 30 September.
- Ahead of the Game - Biomedical science education into the 21st century. Canberra 12 December
- iTeach: There is an app for that. 5th Annual National Blended Learning Conference. Sydney 21-22 March
- Interactivity in e-Assessment. Shaping Teaching and Learning: The Assessment factor. Queensland Studies Authority Conference. 26 April, Brisbane.
2007 - 2008
- Carrick Associate Fellowship. Raising the profile of diagnostic, formative and summative e-assessments. Providing e-assessment design principles and disciplinary examples for higher education academic staff. ($88,000)
2009 - 2010
- ALTC National Teaching Fellowship. Assessment in the Web 2.0 Environment ($350,000)
Books, monographs and chapters
- The e-Assessment Handbook. Geoffrey Crisp, Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd 2007
- Designing and using e-assessments, Crisp, G 2009, HERDSA Guide, Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia, Milperra, NSW, Australia.
- Assessment in Virtual Learning Spaces. Geoffrey Crisp. In Physical and Virtual Learning Spaces in Higher Education: Concepts for the Modern Learning Environment. (Eds) Mike Keppell, Kay Souter and Matthew Riddle. 199-218 pp. 2012.
- Learning, Teaching, and Assessment Using Technology. Geoffrey Crisp, In Handbook of College and University Teaching. A Global Perspective. (Ed) James E. Groccia, Mohammed A. Al-Sudairy and William Buskist. Chapter 31, 2012
- Barrie, S.,Bucat, R.,Buntine, M.,Da Silva, K.,Crisp, G.,George, A.,Jamie, I.,Kable, S.,Lim, K.,Pyke, S.,Read, J.,Sharma, M.,Yeung, A. (2015). Development, Evaluation and Use of a Student Experience Survey in Undergraduate Science Laboratories: The Advancing Science by Enhancing Learning in the Laboratory Student Laboratory Learning Experience Survey In: International Journal of Science Education, 37, 1795 - 1814
- Crisp, G. (2014). Assessment in next generation learning spaces In: The Future of Learning and Teaching in Next Generation Learning Spaces (International Perspectives on Higher Education Research Volume 12), Emerald Group Publishing, United Kingdom
- Crisp, G. (2012). Integrative assessment: Reframing assessment practice for current and future learning In: Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 37, 33 - 43
- Crisp, G. (2012). Assessment in virtual learning spaces In: Physical and Virtual Learning Spaces in Higher Education: Concepts for the Modern Learning Environment, Information Science Reference (an imprint of IGI Global), Hershey, United States
- Crisp, G. (2012). Learning, teaching and assessment using technology In: Handbook of College and University Teaching: A Global Perspective, Sage Publications, United States
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