Dr Laura Batmanian

Honorary Associate

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Selected grants

2008

  • Cardiovascular control practical: Online design; Batmanian L, Jayachandran G; Voiceless Ltd/Research Support.

2006

  • Do students with well-aligned perceptions of question difficulty perform better?; Lingard J, Cathers I, Batmanian L, Vella G; Internal Research Grant Allocations/Cumberland.

2004

  • Student experiences of learning biochemistry at the faculty of health sciences; Batmanian L; University of Sydney/Internal Research Grant Allocations - Cumberland.
  • Comparing student approaches to learning science in a pure science faculty and a health sciences professional faculty; Batmanian L, Stewart C, Sharma M, Lingard J, Prosser M; University of Sydney/University Research Grant.

2003

  • Differences in students perceptions of learning biochemistry in a cross disciplinary unit of study; Batmanian L; University of Sydney/Internal Research Grant Allocations - Cumberland.
  • Differences in students' perceptions of learning biochemistry in a cross disciplinary unit of study; Batmanian L, Lingard J, Prosser M; University of Sydney/University Research Grant.

2002

  • An Interactive Self Instructional Online Respiratory Control Practical: Design and Development; Batmanian L, Jayachandran G; University of Sydney/University Research Grant.

Selected publications

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Books

  • Batmanian, L., Ridge, J., Worrall, S. (2011). Biochemistry for health professionals. Australia: Elsevier.

Book Chapters

  • Batmanian, L., Lingard, J. (2007). Learning and teaching of basic sciences in the health related professions in the 21st Century. In Angela Brew & Judyth Sachs (Eds.), Transforming a university: the scholarship of teaching and learning in practice, (pp. 27-38). NSW, Australia: Sydney University Press.

Journals

  • Lingard, J., Batmanian, L., Vella, G., Cathers, I., Gonzalez Uglade, C. (2009). Do students with well-aligned perceptions of question difficulty perform better? Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 34(6), 603-619.
  • Batmanian, L., Lingard, J., Prosser, M. (2006). Variation in student reflections on their conceptions of and approaches to learning biochemistry in a first-year health sciences' service subject. International Journal of Science Education, 28(15), 1887-1904.
  • Batmanian, L. (2005). An innovative, interactive, self-instructional, online alternative to replace a face-to-face respiratory control practical. British Journal of Educational Technology, 36(2), 335-337.
  • Batmanian, L., Lingard, J., Prosser, M. (2005). Differences in Students' Perceptions of Learning Compulsory Foundation Biochemistry in the Health Sciences Professions. Advances in Health Sciences Education, 10(4), 279-290. [More Information]
  • Batmanian, L. (2002). Guidelines for developing an online learning strategy for your subject. Medical Teacher, 24(6), 645-647.

Conferences

  • Lingard, J., Batmanian, L., Vella, G., Cathers, I., Gonzalez Uglade, C., Mahony, M. (2007). Is a better understanding of assessment criteria processes related to improved exam results? EdHealth Conference 2007, Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Batmanian, L., Lingard, J. (2007). What Perspectives do Health Sciences Students Bring to Learning Foundation Studies in a Professionally-Focused Degree? ISSOTL The International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning 4th Annual Conference, sydney.
  • Cathers, I., Lingard, J., Batmanian, L., Vella, G. (2006). Do students and staff have the same perception of an exam question's difficulty? Australian Institute of Physics 17th National Congress 2006, Brisbane: Australian Institute of Physics (AIP).
  • Lingard, J., Batmanian, L., Cathers, I., Mahony, M., Vella, G. (2006). Do we know what skills our students think are being tested in exams? 23rd Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education ASCILITE 2006, Australia: Sydney University Press.
  • Batmanian, L. (2005). Brave New World - Education in Cyberspace. Ed Health Conference 2005, Terrigal: University of Sydney.
  • Lingard, J., Batmanian, L., Prosser, M. (2005). Do the students' three R's of learning differ across disciplines. Ed Health Conference 2005, Terrigal: University of Sydney.
  • Batmanian, L., Lingard, J., Prosser, M. (2005). Learning to learn or learning the content. Ed Health Conference 2005, Terrigal: University of Sydney.
  • Batmanian, L., Lingard, J., Prosser, M. (2005). Relationships between students' approaches to learning biochemistry and conceptions of biochemistry in the health sciences professions. Higher Education in a Changing World: Research and Development in Higher Education, Sydney: Institute for Learning and Teaching, University of Sydney.
  • Batmanian, L. (2004). A Novel, Online, Interactive, Problem-Based Approach To Learning Oncology. Scholarly Inquiry into Science Teaching and Learning, Sydney, NSW: Uniserve Science.
  • Batmanian, L., Jayachandran, G. (2003). An interactive, self-instrucional, online respiratory control practical: design and development. Uniserve Science Improving Learning Outcomes Symposium, : Academic Press Elsevier.
  • Lingard, J., Batmanian, L., Prosser, M. (2003). How do perceptions of a topic affect student learning? A study of students' perceptions of learning biochemistry in a cross professional unit. EdHealth Conference,, sydney: University of Sydney.
  • Batmanian, L., Lingard, J., Prosser, M., Stewart, C., Sharma, M. (2003). Understanding student learning: A comparison of students' perceptions of learning in two different disciplines. Graduates for the world. A Vice-Chancellors' teaching and learning showcase of scholarly reflection & inquiry, Sydney Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Batmanian, L. (2002). Adaptation of WebCT as a pedagogical infrastructure to enhance interactive problem-based learning in oncology at undergraduate level. WebCT Asia Pacific Conference 2002 - Teaching & Learning for the Next Generation, Melbourne: Martin Lack & Associates.
  • Batmanian, L. (2002). Biological sciences. 3rd IT in Education Showcase 2002: The Wonderful World of Assessment, : British Medical Journal Publishing Group.
  • Batmanian, L. (2001). Guidelines for developing an online learning strategy for your subject.

2011

  • Batmanian, L., Ridge, J., Worrall, S. (2011). Biochemistry for health professionals. Australia: Elsevier.

2009

  • Lingard, J., Batmanian, L., Vella, G., Cathers, I., Gonzalez Uglade, C. (2009). Do students with well-aligned perceptions of question difficulty perform better? Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 34(6), 603-619.

2007

  • Lingard, J., Batmanian, L., Vella, G., Cathers, I., Gonzalez Uglade, C., Mahony, M. (2007). Is a better understanding of assessment criteria processes related to improved exam results? EdHealth Conference 2007, Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Batmanian, L., Lingard, J. (2007). Learning and teaching of basic sciences in the health related professions in the 21st Century. In Angela Brew & Judyth Sachs (Eds.), Transforming a university: the scholarship of teaching and learning in practice, (pp. 27-38). NSW, Australia: Sydney University Press.
  • Batmanian, L., Lingard, J. (2007). What Perspectives do Health Sciences Students Bring to Learning Foundation Studies in a Professionally-Focused Degree? ISSOTL The International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning 4th Annual Conference, sydney.

2006

  • Cathers, I., Lingard, J., Batmanian, L., Vella, G. (2006). Do students and staff have the same perception of an exam question's difficulty? Australian Institute of Physics 17th National Congress 2006, Brisbane: Australian Institute of Physics (AIP).
  • Lingard, J., Batmanian, L., Cathers, I., Mahony, M., Vella, G. (2006). Do we know what skills our students think are being tested in exams? 23rd Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education ASCILITE 2006, Australia: Sydney University Press.
  • Batmanian, L., Lingard, J., Prosser, M. (2006). Variation in student reflections on their conceptions of and approaches to learning biochemistry in a first-year health sciences' service subject. International Journal of Science Education, 28(15), 1887-1904.

2005

  • Batmanian, L. (2005). An innovative, interactive, self-instructional, online alternative to replace a face-to-face respiratory control practical. British Journal of Educational Technology, 36(2), 335-337.
  • Batmanian, L. (2005). Brave New World - Education in Cyberspace. Ed Health Conference 2005, Terrigal: University of Sydney.
  • Batmanian, L., Lingard, J., Prosser, M. (2005). Differences in Students' Perceptions of Learning Compulsory Foundation Biochemistry in the Health Sciences Professions. Advances in Health Sciences Education, 10(4), 279-290. [More Information]
  • Lingard, J., Batmanian, L., Prosser, M. (2005). Do the students' three R's of learning differ across disciplines. Ed Health Conference 2005, Terrigal: University of Sydney.
  • Batmanian, L., Lingard, J., Prosser, M. (2005). Learning to learn or learning the content. Ed Health Conference 2005, Terrigal: University of Sydney.
  • Batmanian, L., Lingard, J., Prosser, M. (2005). Relationships between students' approaches to learning biochemistry and conceptions of biochemistry in the health sciences professions. Higher Education in a Changing World: Research and Development in Higher Education, Sydney: Institute for Learning and Teaching, University of Sydney.

2004

  • Batmanian, L. (2004). A Novel, Online, Interactive, Problem-Based Approach To Learning Oncology. Scholarly Inquiry into Science Teaching and Learning, Sydney, NSW: Uniserve Science.

2003

  • Batmanian, L., Jayachandran, G. (2003). An interactive, self-instrucional, online respiratory control practical: design and development. Uniserve Science Improving Learning Outcomes Symposium, : Academic Press Elsevier.
  • Lingard, J., Batmanian, L., Prosser, M. (2003). How do perceptions of a topic affect student learning? A study of students' perceptions of learning biochemistry in a cross professional unit. EdHealth Conference,, sydney: University of Sydney.
  • Batmanian, L., Lingard, J., Prosser, M., Stewart, C., Sharma, M. (2003). Understanding student learning: A comparison of students' perceptions of learning in two different disciplines. Graduates for the world. A Vice-Chancellors' teaching and learning showcase of scholarly reflection & inquiry, Sydney Australia: University of Sydney.

2002

  • Batmanian, L. (2002). Adaptation of WebCT as a pedagogical infrastructure to enhance interactive problem-based learning in oncology at undergraduate level. WebCT Asia Pacific Conference 2002 - Teaching & Learning for the Next Generation, Melbourne: Martin Lack & Associates.
  • Batmanian, L. (2002). Biological sciences. 3rd IT in Education Showcase 2002: The Wonderful World of Assessment, : British Medical Journal Publishing Group.
  • Batmanian, L. (2002). Guidelines for developing an online learning strategy for your subject. Medical Teacher, 24(6), 645-647.

2001

  • Batmanian, L. (2001). Guidelines for developing an online learning strategy for your subject.

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