Ms Elizabeth Devonshire

Senior Lecturer
Anaesthesia, Northern Clinical School

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Book Chapters

  • Devonshire, E., Forsyth, H., Reid, S., Simpson, J. (2013). The challenges and opportunities of online postgraduate coursework programs in a traditional university context. In B. Tynan, J Willems, R. James (Eds.), Outlooks and Opportunities in Blended and Distance Learning, (pp. 353-368). Hershey, USA: IGI Global.

Journals

  • Devonshire, E., Henderson, S. (2012). Reducing the distance: providing challenging and engaging online postgraduate education in pain management. British Journal of Pain, 6(2), 70-78. [More Information]
  • Devonshire, E., Siddall, P. (2011). Joining forces: collaborating internationally to deliver high-quality, online postgraduate education in pain management. Pain Research & Management, 16(6), 411-415. [More Information]
  • Devonshire, E., Wozniak, H. (2006). Working together: Developing eLearning activities to promote interprofessional learning. Synergy, (23), 25-27.
  • Holbrook, N., Devonshire, E. (2005). Simulating scientific thinking online: an example of research-led teaching. Higher Education Research and Development, 24(3), 201-213.
  • Rose, M., Devonshire, E. (2004). Rethinking Reflection: Using Online Reflective Learning In Professional Practice For Indigenous Health Workers. Educational Media International, 41(4), 307-314.
  • Devonshire, E., Brierley, G., Hillman, M. (2002). Learning to Participate: Responding to Changes in Australian Land and Water Management Policy and Practice. Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 18, 7-13.

Conferences

  • Lever, T., Devonshire, E., Lewis, M., Everingham, F. (2009). The learning design collaborative space through role play glasses. 26th Annual Ascilite International Conference (ASCILITE 2009): Same places, different spaces, Auckland, New Zealand: University of Auckland.
  • Devonshire, E., Tague, G., Cousins, M., Siddall, P. (2008). Collaborating internationally to deliver high quality online postgraduate education in pain management. IASP 12th World Congress on Pain, United Kingdom: Elsevier.
  • Siddall, P., Devonshire, E., Tague, G. (2007). Developing an International Collaboration in Postgraduate Pain Education. HealthEd Conference 2007: Shaping the Future, Sydney: University of Sydney.
  • Wills, S., Devonshire, E., Leigh, E., Rosser, E., Shepherd, J., Vincent, A. (2007). Encouraging role based online learning environments. ascilite 2007: ICT: Providing Choices for Learners and Learning, Singapore: Nanyang Technological University.
  • Devonshire, E., Tague, G. (2007). Modelling Interprofessional Collaboration in Pain Management: An Online Roundtable Discussion Activity. HealthEd Conference 2007: Shaping the Future, Sydney: University of Sydney.
  • Devonshire, E. (2007). Peer review: A process of EnRoLE(ing) as a reuser. ascilite 2007: ICT: Providing Choices for Learners and Learning, Singapore: Nanyang Technological University.
  • Tague, G., Devonshire, E., Molloy, A., Siddall, P., Loftus, S. (2006). Debating Pain: A collaborative online group activity. 23rd Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education ASCILITE 2006, Australia: Sydney University Press.
  • Tague, G., Loftus, S., Devonshire, E., Siddall, P., Taylor, I., Cousins, M., Mather, L., Nicholas, M. (2006). International Collaboration in Graduate Pain Management Education. Pain Across the Lifespan: The 26th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australian Pain Society, unkown.
  • Devonshire, E., Tague, G., Molloy, A., Siddall, P., Loftus, S. (2006). Learning about Pain: Postgraduate Students Participating in an Online Debate. Pain Across the Lifespan: The 26th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australian Pain Society, unkown.
  • Devonshire, E. (2006). Learning Technologies at Work: Shifting Role Boundaries in Higher Education. 11th Association for Learning Technologies International Conference. Association for Learning Technologies.
  • Devonshire, E., Khavarpour, A. (2006). Meeting the Needs: Maximising Flexibility and Choice in Indigenous Health Studies. University of Sydney, College of Health Sciences EdHealth 2003 Conference, Sydney: College of Health Sciences, University of Sydney.
  • Devonshire, E. (2006). Re-purposing an online role play activity: Exploring the institutional and pedagogical challenges. The 23rd Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education. Sydney University Press.
  • Pizzica, J., Mahony, M., Devonshire, E. (2006). Repurposing an online tutor training resource. 23rd Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education ASCILITE 2006, Australia: Sydney University Press.
  • Pizzica, J., Mahony, M., Devonshire, E. (2006). Reuse of an online tutor training resource: Reflections on a repurposing experience. 23rd Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education ASCILITE 2006, Australia: Sydney University Press.
  • Everingham, F., Neville, V., Devonshire, E. (2006). Using grade descriptors to enhance quality in teacher marking and student feedback. ANZAME Conference 2006, Australia: The Association Of Health Professional Education (ANZAME).
  • Devonshire, E., Tague, G., Gerke, M. (2005). Research-led teaching in graduate pain management education. International Association for the Study of Pain 11th World Congress on Pain, Seattle: IASP PRESS.
  • Devonshire, E. (2005). Using Foucault to Research Academic Work. UTS Student Conference, Unkown.
  • Devonshire, E., Tague, G., Taylor, I., Loftus, S., Siddall, P. (2004). Multiprofessional collaboration in action: working together to learn about the problem of pain. International Association for Medical Education 2004 Conference.
  • Devonshire, E., Holbrook, N. (2003). Faciliatating student understanding about climate science: El nino as an online case study. Improving Learning Outcomes through Flexible Science Teaching: Symposium, 2003, Sydney: UniServe Science, University of Sydney.
  • Hand, L., Mahony, M., Devonshire, E., Chan, A. (2003). Information Literacy in students in the Faculty of Health Sciences. University of Sydney, College of Health Sciences EdHealth 2003 Conference, Sydney: College of Health Sciences, University of Sydney.
  • Devonshire, E. (2002). "Investigating the Dilemmas of Work as an Academic: A Problematic Present"? International Education Research Conference - AARE 2002, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia: Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE).
  • Rose, M., Devonshire, E. (2002). Embedding On-Line Reflection Activities into Curriculum: Considerations in Indigenous Health Practice. ASCILITE 2002, Auckland, New Zealand: UNITEC Institute of Technology.
  • Devonshire, E., Lowe, R., Gosper,, M. (2002). Piloting the Use of ICTS in the School Setting: Lessons Learned. ASCILITE 2002, Auckland, New Zealand: UNITEC Institute of Technology.
  • Devonshire, E., Khavarpour, A. (2002). Reconceputualising Curriculum in Indigenous Health Studies: Enhancing Flexibility. 2nd National Australian Indigenous Education Conference: Sharing Success: An Indigenous Perspective, Townsville, Queensland: School of Indigenous Health Studies: James Cook University.
  • Devonshire, E., Philips, R. (2001). Managing innovation and change in flexible times: Reflecting on the role of the educational developer. 15th Biannual ODLAA Forum: 'Educational Odyssey: Continuing the journey through adaptation and innovation', Armdale, Australia: Open and Distance Learning Association of Australia (ODLAA).
  • Philips, R., Devonshire, E. (2001). Online and off the rails: Keeping your course on track. WebCT Asia-Pacific Conference 2001.
  • Crocker, R., Devonshire, E. (2001). Strategies to Support New Researchers: Positive Beginnings (work-in-progress). Australian Network for Higher Education Policy Research Conference Research Management and Funding, : Ads & Adea.
  • Everingham, F., Mahony, M., Devonshire, E. (2001). The Value of Curriculum Visibility to Distance and Flexible Delivery. Education Odyssey 2001: Continuing the journdy through adaption and innovation, : World Scientific Publishing.

2013

  • Devonshire, E., Forsyth, H., Reid, S., Simpson, J. (2013). The challenges and opportunities of online postgraduate coursework programs in a traditional university context. In B. Tynan, J Willems, R. James (Eds.), Outlooks and Opportunities in Blended and Distance Learning, (pp. 353-368). Hershey, USA: IGI Global.

2012

  • Devonshire, E., Henderson, S. (2012). Reducing the distance: providing challenging and engaging online postgraduate education in pain management. British Journal of Pain, 6(2), 70-78. [More Information]

2011

  • Devonshire, E., Siddall, P. (2011). Joining forces: collaborating internationally to deliver high-quality, online postgraduate education in pain management. Pain Research & Management, 16(6), 411-415. [More Information]

2009

  • Lever, T., Devonshire, E., Lewis, M., Everingham, F. (2009). The learning design collaborative space through role play glasses. 26th Annual Ascilite International Conference (ASCILITE 2009): Same places, different spaces, Auckland, New Zealand: University of Auckland.

2008

  • Devonshire, E., Tague, G., Cousins, M., Siddall, P. (2008). Collaborating internationally to deliver high quality online postgraduate education in pain management. IASP 12th World Congress on Pain, United Kingdom: Elsevier.

2007

  • Siddall, P., Devonshire, E., Tague, G. (2007). Developing an International Collaboration in Postgraduate Pain Education. HealthEd Conference 2007: Shaping the Future, Sydney: University of Sydney.
  • Wills, S., Devonshire, E., Leigh, E., Rosser, E., Shepherd, J., Vincent, A. (2007). Encouraging role based online learning environments. ascilite 2007: ICT: Providing Choices for Learners and Learning, Singapore: Nanyang Technological University.
  • Devonshire, E., Tague, G. (2007). Modelling Interprofessional Collaboration in Pain Management: An Online Roundtable Discussion Activity. HealthEd Conference 2007: Shaping the Future, Sydney: University of Sydney.
  • Devonshire, E. (2007). Peer review: A process of EnRoLE(ing) as a reuser. ascilite 2007: ICT: Providing Choices for Learners and Learning, Singapore: Nanyang Technological University.

2006

  • Tague, G., Devonshire, E., Molloy, A., Siddall, P., Loftus, S. (2006). Debating Pain: A collaborative online group activity. 23rd Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education ASCILITE 2006, Australia: Sydney University Press.
  • Tague, G., Loftus, S., Devonshire, E., Siddall, P., Taylor, I., Cousins, M., Mather, L., Nicholas, M. (2006). International Collaboration in Graduate Pain Management Education. Pain Across the Lifespan: The 26th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australian Pain Society, unkown.
  • Devonshire, E., Tague, G., Molloy, A., Siddall, P., Loftus, S. (2006). Learning about Pain: Postgraduate Students Participating in an Online Debate. Pain Across the Lifespan: The 26th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australian Pain Society, unkown.
  • Devonshire, E. (2006). Learning Technologies at Work: Shifting Role Boundaries in Higher Education. 11th Association for Learning Technologies International Conference. Association for Learning Technologies.
  • Devonshire, E., Khavarpour, A. (2006). Meeting the Needs: Maximising Flexibility and Choice in Indigenous Health Studies. University of Sydney, College of Health Sciences EdHealth 2003 Conference, Sydney: College of Health Sciences, University of Sydney.
  • Devonshire, E. (2006). Re-purposing an online role play activity: Exploring the institutional and pedagogical challenges. The 23rd Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education. Sydney University Press.
  • Pizzica, J., Mahony, M., Devonshire, E. (2006). Repurposing an online tutor training resource. 23rd Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education ASCILITE 2006, Australia: Sydney University Press.
  • Pizzica, J., Mahony, M., Devonshire, E. (2006). Reuse of an online tutor training resource: Reflections on a repurposing experience. 23rd Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education ASCILITE 2006, Australia: Sydney University Press.
  • Everingham, F., Neville, V., Devonshire, E. (2006). Using grade descriptors to enhance quality in teacher marking and student feedback. ANZAME Conference 2006, Australia: The Association Of Health Professional Education (ANZAME).
  • Devonshire, E., Wozniak, H. (2006). Working together: Developing eLearning activities to promote interprofessional learning. Synergy, (23), 25-27.

2005

  • Devonshire, E., Tague, G., Gerke, M. (2005). Research-led teaching in graduate pain management education. International Association for the Study of Pain 11th World Congress on Pain, Seattle: IASP PRESS.
  • Holbrook, N., Devonshire, E. (2005). Simulating scientific thinking online: an example of research-led teaching. Higher Education Research and Development, 24(3), 201-213.
  • Devonshire, E. (2005). Using Foucault to Research Academic Work. UTS Student Conference, Unkown.

2004

  • Devonshire, E., Tague, G., Taylor, I., Loftus, S., Siddall, P. (2004). Multiprofessional collaboration in action: working together to learn about the problem of pain. International Association for Medical Education 2004 Conference.
  • Rose, M., Devonshire, E. (2004). Rethinking Reflection: Using Online Reflective Learning In Professional Practice For Indigenous Health Workers. Educational Media International, 41(4), 307-314.

2003

  • Devonshire, E., Holbrook, N. (2003). Faciliatating student understanding about climate science: El nino as an online case study. Improving Learning Outcomes through Flexible Science Teaching: Symposium, 2003, Sydney: UniServe Science, University of Sydney.
  • Hand, L., Mahony, M., Devonshire, E., Chan, A. (2003). Information Literacy in students in the Faculty of Health Sciences. University of Sydney, College of Health Sciences EdHealth 2003 Conference, Sydney: College of Health Sciences, University of Sydney.

2002

  • Devonshire, E. (2002). "Investigating the Dilemmas of Work as an Academic: A Problematic Present"? International Education Research Conference - AARE 2002, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia: Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE).
  • Rose, M., Devonshire, E. (2002). Embedding On-Line Reflection Activities into Curriculum: Considerations in Indigenous Health Practice. ASCILITE 2002, Auckland, New Zealand: UNITEC Institute of Technology.
  • Devonshire, E., Brierley, G., Hillman, M. (2002). Learning to Participate: Responding to Changes in Australian Land and Water Management Policy and Practice. Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 18, 7-13.
  • Devonshire, E., Lowe, R., Gosper,, M. (2002). Piloting the Use of ICTS in the School Setting: Lessons Learned. ASCILITE 2002, Auckland, New Zealand: UNITEC Institute of Technology.
  • Devonshire, E., Khavarpour, A. (2002). Reconceputualising Curriculum in Indigenous Health Studies: Enhancing Flexibility. 2nd National Australian Indigenous Education Conference: Sharing Success: An Indigenous Perspective, Townsville, Queensland: School of Indigenous Health Studies: James Cook University.

2001

  • Devonshire, E., Philips, R. (2001). Managing innovation and change in flexible times: Reflecting on the role of the educational developer. 15th Biannual ODLAA Forum: 'Educational Odyssey: Continuing the journey through adaptation and innovation', Armdale, Australia: Open and Distance Learning Association of Australia (ODLAA).
  • Philips, R., Devonshire, E. (2001). Online and off the rails: Keeping your course on track. WebCT Asia-Pacific Conference 2001.
  • Crocker, R., Devonshire, E. (2001). Strategies to Support New Researchers: Positive Beginnings (work-in-progress). Australian Network for Higher Education Policy Research Conference Research Management and Funding, : Ads & Adea.
  • Everingham, F., Mahony, M., Devonshire, E. (2001). The Value of Curriculum Visibility to Distance and Flexible Delivery. Education Odyssey 2001: Continuing the journdy through adaption and innovation, : World Scientific Publishing.

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