• Data-driven Personalization of Student Learning Support in Higher Education 

      Liu, Danny; Bartimote-Aufflick, Kathryn; Pardo, Abelardo; Bridgeman, Adam
      Published 2017-02-18
      Despite the explosion of interest in big data in higher education and the ensuing rush for catch-all predictive algorithms, there has been relatively little focus on the pedagogical and pastoral contexts of learning. The ...
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      Book chapter
    • Deferred time in the neoliberal university: experiences of doctoral candidates and early career academics 

      Bosanquet, Agnes; Mantai, Lilia; Fredericks, Vanessa
      Published 2020
      Article
    • Digital Rights in Asia: Rethinking Regional and International Agenda 

      Goggin, Gerard; Ford, Michele; Martin, Fiona; Webb, Adele; Vromen, Ariadne; Weatherall, Kimberlee
      Published 2018-10-03
      In this chapter we explore the appropriate conception and agenda for digital rights and associated governance in Asia. We do so from the perspective of an Australian location in the Asian region, and informed by ...
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      Book chapter
    • Digital Rights in Australia 

      Goggin, Gerard; Vromen, Ariadne; Weatherall, Kimberlee; Martin, Fiona; Adele, Webb; Sunman, Lucy; Bailo, Francesco
      Published 2017-11-22
      Australians are some of the world’s greatest users of social media and mobile broadband, and our nation is in the top ten globally for internet use. At a time when our use of these technologies is increasingly redefining ...
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      Book
    • Disability and Digital Inequalities: Rethinking Digital Divides with Disability Theory 

      Goggin, Gerard
      Published 2016-11-02
      Disability has had a chequered career, when it comes to discussions, policies, and practices addressing digital divides and digital inequalities. Over time disability has become an acknowledged element in digital inequality ...
      Open Access
      Book chapter
    • Disability and mobile Internet 

      Goggin, Gerard
      Published 2015-09-07
      As the World Wide Web turns 25, it is an appropriate time to ask: where are we are now with disability and the Internet? A good place to look is in the burgeoning area of Internet and mobile technology. Accordingly, this ...
      Open Access
      Article
    • Disability, Global Popular Media, and Injustice in the Notorious Trial of Oscar Pistorius 

      Ellis, Katie; Goggin, Gerard
      Published 2015-08-06
      The South African sporting celebrity Oscar Pistorius has long been a subject of fascination for what his rise to fame tells us about disability and society. His trial for the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp in ...
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      Book chapter
    • Disability, Locative Media, and Complex Ubiquity 

      Ellis, Katie; Goggin, Gerard
      Published 2015-04-14
      The current phase of network societies has generated an intensification of pervasive, ubiquitous digital technologies and cultures of uses, with emergent, complex social functions, and politics. In this chapter, we explore ...
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      Book chapter
    • Discourse Genres 

      Frow, John
      Published 1980-01-01
      The article argues that language is organised semantically at the level of discourse, in particular through the discourse genres that organise all aspects of language use
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      Article
    • Dissenting media in post-1997 Hong Kong 

      Nip, Joyce Y.M.
      Published 2019-01-01
      The de-colonization of Hong Kong took the form of Britain returning the territory to China in 1997 as a special administrative region (SAR). Twenty years after the political handover, the “one country, two systems” arrangement ...
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      Book chapter
    • Doing cultural studies in rough seas: the COVID-19 ocean multiple 

      Probyn, E.
      Published 2021
      This article seeks to demonstrate what a conjunctural analysis of the oceanic manifestation of COVID-19 might look like. While the ocean has seemingly remained on the periphery during the ongoing pandemic, the marine has ...
      Article
    • Doing history in urgent times: forum introduction 

      Rees, Yves; Huf, Ben
      Published 2020
      As we enter the 2020s, our times are daily getting more urgent. The climate and ecological emergency, catastrophic Australian bushfires, and now the COVID-19 pandemic and associated economic meltdown have launched us into ...
      Article
    • Drawing Words, Writing Images 

      Walker, Jonathan
      Published 2008-10-23
      I'm involved in a number of projects that cross different genres and registers - scholarly, literary, fictional and non-fictional - but the one thing they all have in common is that they combine words and images. I'll be ...
      Open Access
      Presentation
    • Dynamic Visualization (2017) Animation of #adani + #carmichael showing hub accounts in Australian Twitter discourse. 

      Hobbs, Mitchell John; Sun, Chao
      Published 2019-06-25
      This study provides an investigation of a suspected astroturfing campaign concerning the Adani Carmichael coal mine first identified by BuzzFeed in 2017. It asks three related research questions. RQ1: Can digital research ...
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      Dataset
    • E-texts in research projects in the humanities 

      Sukovic, Suzana
      Published 2011-03-01
      This research paper explores the roles of electronic texts in research projects in the humanities and seeks to deepen the understanding of the nature of scholars’ engagement with e-texts. The study used qualitative methodology ...
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      Book chapter
    • EAP or genre-based? A comparison of two curricular approaches to the preparation of international students for university 

      Dyson, Bronwen Patricia
      Published 2016-01-01
      In research on onshore English Language (EL) Centres, there is ongoing debate regarding the academic and linguistic (including written) outcomes of international students for whom English is an Additional Language (EAL). ...
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      Article
    • The Economic History of a European Security Culture, After the Napoleonic Wars 

      Sluga, Glenda
      Published 2019
      Economic developments have long shaped what we think of as the main themes of global as well as national history, from the story of capitalism and the industrial revolution, to the age of empires-cum-nations. Yet peacemaking ...
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      Book chapter
    • EDITORIAL: Special collection on mobile mixed reality 2019 update 

      Cochrane, Thomas; Narayan, Vickel; Birt, James
      Published 2020
      This special collection of Research in Learning Technology explores the development of the state of the art of Mobile Mixed Reality (MMR) in education. The special collection was established in 2018 to provide research-informed ...
      Article
    • The Effect of Bereavement on Cognitive Functioning among Elderly People: Evidence from Australia 

      Atalay, Kadir; Staneva, Anita
      Published 2020
      This paper explores the effects of experiencing the death of a spouse, relative or close friend on cognitive functioning of Australian elderly. Using rich longitudinal data, we show that experiencing a loss is associated ...
      Article
    • Embodiment 

      Frow, John
      Published 2013-05-06
      A critical account of the category of embodiment (draft of a book chapter)
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      Preprint