Dr Karen Margaret Scott

Lecturer
Paediatrics & Child Health, Children's Hospital, Westmead

C29 - Children's Hospital Westmead
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia

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Biographical details

Keywords

Medical education; technology enhanced learning; the learning sciences; writing across disciplines

Publications

2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008

2013

   
  • Scott, K., Charles, A., Holland, A. (2013), Clinical embryology teaching: is it relevant anymore?. ANZ Journal of Surgery. 83(10), 709-712. [Abstract]
  • Scott, K. (2013), Does a university teacher need to change e-learning beliefs and practices when using a social networking site? A longitudinal case study. British Journal of Educational Technology. 44:4, 571-580.

2012

   
  • Koulias, M., Leahy, G., Scott, K., Phelps, M., Campbell, D. (2012), "Wherever, whenever" learning in Medicine: Evaluation of an interactive mobile case-based project. Proceedings: Future Challenges/ Sustainable Futures.

2011

   
  • MacLean, J., Scott, K., Marshall, T., Van Asperen, P. (2011), Evaluation of an E-Learning teaching resource: What is the medical student perspective?. Focus on Health Professional Education. 13(2), 53-63.

2010

   
  • Scott, K. (2010), A longitudinal study into the transformation of a university teacher¬ís conceptions of, and approach to, elearning. Ascilite 2010 Conference Proceedings.

2009

   
  • Sutton-Brady, C., Scott, K., Taylor, L., Carabetta, G., Clark, S. (2009), The value of using short-format podcasts to enhance learning and teaching. ALT-J. 17(3), 219-232.

2008

   
  • Scott, K., MacLean, J., Marshall, T., Van Asperen, P. (2008), Medical student use of an online formative assessment resource. Hello! Where are you in the landscape of educational technology? Proceedings ascilite Melbourne 2008.
  • Scott, K., Mahony, M., Peat, M. (2008), Investigating impacts of elearning projects: Do they improve collaborative teaching developments?. AARE 2007 Conference - Fremantle Abstracts of Papers and Presented Papers.