Educational Dissemination

Invitations and Requests

Mary Peat invited to be the external evaluator during 2009 and 2010 for an Australian Learning and Teaching Committee (ALTC) funded projectPromoting Excellence Initiativeat the University of New South Wales

Mary Peat invited by Jon Kibble (Associate Professor, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Division of Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, The Health Sciences Center, St John's, NL, Canada) to present at a symposium about formative assessment at Experimental Biology 2008 (www.eb2008.org) July, San Diego USA

Charlotte Taylor  Invited presentation at the Associate Deans Teaching and Learning National MeetingBioAssess-a national online resource for enhancing assessment practices in the biological sciencesandUsing Threshold Concepts to generate a new understanding of teaching and learning biology 6 June 2008

Charlotte Taylor  Invitedpresentation at the University of Sydney First Year Experience Working Group Forum on Graduate Attributes Writing in Biology, reflections on learning through teaching November 2007

Charlotte Taylor invited by the Director of the Centre for Biosciences, HEA UK to write articles in 2008 and 2009 on assessment and feedback, RIBET,Bioassess, and online feedback initiatives for the National Newsletter of the Centre

Rosanne Quinnell, Elizabeth May, Charlotte Taylor and Mary Peat received a request in 2007 to use theirconceptions of biologyquestionnaire could be used by the Biology Program at the University of British Columbia, Canada.  Request came from Gulnur Birol, PhD, Research Associate, Biology Program and Skylight (Science Centre for Learning and Teaching), Faculty of Sciences, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver

Rosanne Quinnell, Elizabeth May, Charlotte Taylor and Mary Peat requested in 2007 to use theirconceptions of biologyquestionnaire by Carolyn Dupee, a graduate student at the University of Southern Maine in Gorham, Maine, USA.  Carolyn was completing an action research paper on teaching students in biology using a concept-based approach

Charlotte Taylor and Noel Whitaker invited to organize an educational workshop on within Combio 2007 (http://www.asbmb.org.au/combio2007/program.html).  This is an annual national meeting organized by Australian Society for Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, the Australian Society of Plant Scientistsand the Australia and New Zealand Society for Cell and Developmental Biology.). The focus was on biochemistry and molecular biology which is fundamental to most of biology now-a-days

Mary Peat and Charlotte Taylor invited to launch the CarrickBioassesswebsite at a 2-day symposium in Adelaide entitled “Raising the Profile of University Teaching: Scientists leading scientists” 13 – 14 June 2007

Charlotte TaylorInvited  presentation at the Higher Education Colloqium, Edinburgh University Preparing tutors and demonstrators for taching and academic roles in complex university environments – new research perspectives on GTA teaching practices and policies. Welcome to the Team: training on a large scale  June 2006

Charlotte TaylorInvited Seminar  at the  Teaching Learning and Assessment Centre University of EdinburghGetting feedback – yes, using feedback ? June 2006

Taylor CE (2007)Communicationat the First Year Experience Graduate Attributes Forum University of Sydney November

Peat M (2006)Virtual Biology: do we need dissections in our teaching?Invited seminarNational Annual Conference of ANZAAS, Canberra, September

Peat M & Charles M (2006)Investigating the impact of formative assessment opportunities on student learningInvited seminar at USyd Best Practice Assessment Forum, June

Peat M & Charles M (2005)Revisiting the impact of formative assessment opportunities on student learningFaculty of Health Sciences invited seminar, April

Peat M (2004)Making the transition from school to universityCourses and Careers Day – invited seminar to parents of gifted and Talented group, Faculty of Science

Peat M (2004)Investigating use of formative assessment opportunities and their impact on student learning: is this too difficult to do?Invited seminar – Faculty of Rural Management, Orange, NSW

Peat M (2004)Online assessment: the use of self-assessment materials to support self-directed learning.Invited seminar to the University of Sydney Faculty of Economics and Business T&L group, August

Peat M (2004)Virtual Biology: do we need the real thing?Invited seminar to the NSW Animal Ethics Committee Annual Forum Sydney, July

Peat M (2004)Much ado about somethingInvited seminar to UNSW Learning and Teaching Science Group, July

Peat M (2004) Invited seminar at a one-day First Year Experience Symposium at Macquarie University, September

Peat M & Johnston ID (2004)Promoting and carrying out research in science educationInvited seminar at the Science Education Workshops co-hosted by the Institute for Innovation and Development of the Learning Process, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University, Thailand and UniServe Science, The University of Sydney; held in Mahidol University September

Peat M (2004)The use and usefulness of formative assessment materials: do they have an effect on student performance in final exams?Invited seminar at the Science Education Workshops co-hosted by the Institute for Innovation and Development of the Learning Process, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University, Thailand and UniServe Science, The University of Sydney; held in Mahidol University September

Peat M & Johnston ID (2004)Current trends in interactive teaching and student-centered learningInvited seminar at the Science Education Workshops co-hosted by the Institute for Innovation and Development of the Learning Process, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University, Thailand and UniServe Science, The University of Sydney; held in Mahidol University September

Peat M (2004)Managing change: the use of mixed delivery modes to increase learning opportunitiesInvited seminar at the Science Education Workshops co-hosted by the Institute for Innovation and Development of the Learning Process, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University, Thailand and UniServe Science, The University of Sydney; held in Mahidol University September

Taylor C Peat M & Stewart C (2004) Lifelong Earning - Enhancing the employability of graduates: increasing the awareness of staff and students to the needs of the employers. Invited seminar at the UniServe Science First Year Experience Discussion Forum, September

Fernandez A Peat M Stewart C & Taylor CE (2003)Enhancing the employability of Science graduates: increasing the awareness of staff and students to the needs of the employersInvited seminar to Science Librarians, University of Sydney

Fernandez A & Peat M (2003)Building a responsive and effective service teaching programTeaching and Learning forum, Perth WA, invited paper, February

Peat M (2003)Making the transition from school to universityCourses and Careers Day – invited seminar to parents in the Gifted &Talented group

Peat M (2001) Use of new technologies in first year biology teaching 1993 – 2001. Invited presentation to Faculty of Science, Auckland University, New Zealand, November

Peat M (2001) Use of new technologies in first year biology teaching – measures of effectiveness. Invited presentation to School of Information Systems and Computing, UNITEC, New Zealand, November

Peat M (2001)The use of educational multimedia and information and communications technologies in student learningTeaching Development Unit (School of Biological Sciences) invited seminar

Peat M (2001)A virtual learning environment: supporting student learning onlineInvited seminar at School of computer Studies and Information Technology, UNITEC, Auckland, New Zealand

Peat M (2001)The use of new technologies in first year biology teaching 1993-2001Invited seminar at School of Nursing University of Auckland New Zealand
Taylor CE (2001) Teaching and Learning Writing in Science.  Invited presentation at the 2nd UniServe Science National First Year Experience Workshop, April

Johnston ID & Peat M (2000)Information Technology in University Science TeachingInvited seminar for2-day workshop onWeb-based Teaching and Learning in Sciencegiven to the Faculty of Science, Mahidol University, Thailand, November 2000. Sponsored by TASEAP (Thai-Australian Science and Engineering Assistance Program)

Johnston ID & Peat M (2000)Pedagogical issues involved in using IT in teachingInvited seminar for2-day workshop onWeb-based Teaching and Learning in Sciencegiven to the Faculty of Science, Mahidol University, Thailand, November 2000. Sponsored by TASEAP (Thai-Australian Science and Engineering Assistance Program)

Peat M (2000)How to improve the First Year ExperienceAn invited keynote presentation at theImproving the first year experience of Arts students workshop, University of Sydney Faculty of Arts May

Peat M & Johnston ID (2000)Evaluating the Effectiveness of Teaching with ITInvited seminar for2-day workshop onWeb-based Teaching and Learning in Sciencegiven to the Faculty of Science, Mahidol University, Thailand, November 2000. Sponsored by TASEAP (Thai-Australian Science and Engineering Assistance Program)

Peat M & Johnston ID (2000)Assessment and Feedback using ITInvited seminar for2-day workshop onWeb-based Teaching and Learning in Sciencegiven to the Faculty of Science, Mahidol University, Thailand, November 2000. Sponsored by TASEAP (Thai-Australian Science and Engineering Assistance Program)

Seminars

Taylor CE (2007)Writing to learn and learning to write: reflecting on the integration of academic writing into the biology curriculum Invited Seminar to Faculty of Veterinary Science October 2007

Taylor CE (2007)Identifying Threshold Concepts in Biology SciFER Seminar Series

Franklin S & Peat M (2005)Formative assessment and performance: Final paper teachingSciFER Seminar February 8 2005

Peat M & Charles M (2005)Revisiting the impact of formative assessment opportunities on student learnin.SciFER Seminar Series http://science.uniserve.edu.au/courses/scifer/2005program.html

Taylor CE (2004)Learning from feedback: student perceptions, interpretation and use of feedback for first year science assignmentsSciFER Seminar November 16 2004

Franklin S & Lewis A (2003)Contextualising Human Biology for Education Students: a Case Study teachingSciFER Seminar October 14 2003

Franklin S & Peat M (2003)Use of online and offline formative and summative assessment opportunities: have they had any impact on student learning?SciFER Seminar March 18 2003

Peat M & Franklin S (2003)Use of mixed mode delivery in large first year classes: implications for curriculum designSchool of Biological Sciences Seminar series

Peat M (2002)RIBET update: implications for teaching and learningSchool of Biological Sciences Seminar series

Peat M & Fernandez A (2002)Responsive and effective curriculum reform: building and evaluating models for improving science teachingSciFER Seminar March 12 2002

Quinnell R (2002)Pathways to becoming a professional biologist: empowering first year students SciFERSeminar October 22 2002

Quinnell R (2002)Improving Laboratory Report WritingSciFER Seminar November 12 2002

Taylor CE (2002) Attitudes to writing and prior experience: their impact on student performance and curriculum design SciFER Seminar April 16 2002

Peat M (2000)Should we investigate student approaches to study across our disciplines? SCIFER (Science Faculty Educational Research) group on 13 June, 2000

Peat M (2000)The First Year Experience in the Faculty of Science at the University of Sydney.  At theImproving the First Year Experience National Discussion Forum, UniServe Science, April 2000

University of Sydney Teaching & Learning Showcases

Lilje O Lewis A Yalcin A Scott K Melville L & Peat M (2006)use and perceptions of use of a blended learning resource: Are students engaging with the materialOffice of the Vice-Chancellor (Learning and Teaching) ‘Best Practice in Assessment and Student Feedback: A forum’ June 2006

Lilje O Lewis A Yalcin A Scott K Melville L & Peat M (2005)The development and incorporation of a WebCT-based online resource, HBOnline, into Human Biology CourseCollege of Sciences & Technology Showcase, November 2005

Lilje O Lewis A Yalcin A Scott K Melville L & Peat M (2005)Re-engineering of Human Biology course content for WebCT-based online activities: HBOnlineCollege of Sciences & Technology Showcase, November 2005

Merrett D Scott K Peat M & Taylor CE (2005)Collaborative enhancement of a skills-based web site: Transition from one faculty into related disciplinesCollege of Sciences & Technology Showcase, November 2005

Peat M (2005)A dilemma in the strategic move towards blended learning: balancing bottom-up with top-down approachesCollege of Sciences & Technology Showcase, November 2005

Taylor CE & Peat M (2005)A decade of supporting students online: what lessons have we learned?College of Sciences & Technology Showcase, November 2005

Franklin S Peat M & Taylor C (2004)Making students comfortable: the first year Biology site.College of Sciences & Technology Showcase November 2004

Peat M (2004)Service Teaching: Making science relevant for professional degree programs.College of Sciences & Technology Showcase, November 2004

Peat M Stewart C Taylor CE & Merrett D (2004)Life Long Earning - Enhancing the employability of graduates: increasing the awareness of staff and students to the needs of the employers.College of Sciences & Technology Showcase, November 2004

Stewart C George A & Peat M (2004)Supporting beginning teachers to support student learning in large first-year science classes.College of Sciences & Technology Showcase, November 2004

Franklin S & Peat M (2003)Managing change: The use of mixed delivery modes to increase learning opportunities for large first year classesCollege of Sciences & Technology Showcase November 2003

Peat M Franklin S & Lewis A (2003)Online assessment: The use of web-based self-assessment materials to support self-directed learningCollege of Sciences & Technology Showcase November 2003

Peat M Franklin S Mackay-Wood R & Yalcin A (2003)Use of new technologies in first year biology teaching 1993 - 2003College of Sciences & Technology Showcase November 2003

Taylor CE (2003) Communicating to learn to write: unravelling the learning processes in online discussions on scientific report writing College of Sciences & Technology Showcase November 2003

Franklin S Lewis A & Peat M (2001)Using Crossword Puzzles to aid the learning process: an evaluation of their effectivenessVice-Chancellor’s Showcase of Scholarly Inquiry in Teaching and Learning September 2001

George A Britton S Franklin S Henderson J & Lindsay M (2001)Linkages between Biology, chemistry, Mathematics and Physics at Junior LevelVice-Chancellor’s Showcase of Scholarly Inquiry in Teaching and Learning, September 2001

Peat M Dalziel J & Grant AM (2001) Enhancing the transition to University – what the students say about the Faculty of Science’s Transition workshop.  Vice-Chancellor’s Showcase of Scholarly Inquiry in Teaching and Learning, September 2001

Peat M Franklin S & Lewis A (2001)Student evaluations of the usefulness of IT resources in first year biology.  Vice-Chancellor’s Showcase of Scholarly Inquiry in Teaching and Learning, September 2001

Quinnell R (2001)Using peer-editing to improve student writing in the Science curriculum: a retrospective. Vice-Chancellor’s Showcase of Scholarly Inquiry in Teaching and Learning, September 2001

Stewart C Sharma M May E Peat M Quinnell R Taylor CE Prosser M & Logan P (2001)How will changes in the HSC syllabi affect student approaches to learning and conceptions of physics and biology? Vice-Chancellor’s Showcase of Scholarly Inquiry in Teaching and Learning, September 2001

Taylor CE & Drury H (2001)Investigating student attitudes to scientific writing – the effect of experience and expectations on performance in undergraduate writing programs. Vice-Chancellor’s Showcase of Scholarly Inquiry in Teaching and Learning, September 2001

Workshops

Taylor CE, Ross PM Whitaker N Lutze-Mann L Hughes C  (2008)Threshold Concepts in BiologyA one-day workshop for Sydney Basin University Biologists sponsored by ALTC  November 2008

Lilje O Lewis A Yalcin A Scott K Melville L & Peat M (2007)HBOnline: Transforming a traditional learning environment into a blended learning environment USyd Elearning, University of Science Lunchtime Workshop Presentations - Delivering Multimedia Online, September 2007

Peat M & Johnston ID (2004) Leaders for a 2-day workshop given to postgraduate students and school teachers onPromoting and carrying out research in science education, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University, Thailand

Quinnell R Stewart C Sharma M May E Peat M Taylor CE Prosser M & Logan P (2001)How can we measure changes in students’ approaches to learning and conceptions of a subject?University of Sydney Vice-Chancellor’s Showcase of Scholarly Inquiry in Teaching and Learning, September 2001

Peat M Franklin S Lewis A & Sims R (2000)Evaluation of learning resources in a first year unit of studyASCILITE Workshop December 2000

Peat M & Johnston (2000) Leaders for a 2-day workshop onWeb-based Teaching and Learning in Sciencegiven to the Faculty of Science, Mahidol University, Thailand.  Sponsored by TASEAP (Thai-Australian Science and Engineering Assistance Program)

Abstracts of Non-refereed Conference Presentations

Peat M Lilje O May E Quinnell R & Taylor CE (2008) Enhancing student learning: evidence from ‘down under’ Formative assessment symposium at Experimental Biology 2008, San Diego, California

Ross PM Taylor CE Whitaker N Kofod M Lutze-Mann L & Hughes C (2008) Using thresholds concepts to generate a new understanding of teaching and learning biologyPresentation at the 2nd International Threshold Concepts conference Kingston Canada July 2008

Taylor CE & Meyer JHF (2008) The testable hypothesis as a threshold concept in biology Presentation at the 2nd International Threshold Concepts conference Kingston Canada July 2008

Taylor CE & Meyer JHF (2008) The learning context for hypothesis testing – where do students have problems?  Presentation at the Ecological Society of Australia conference, Sydney December 2008

Carroll D Peat M & Ward M-H (2007) Spotlight on online learning and teaching in sciences and technology.  In: Proceedings of the Symposium Science Teaching and Learning Research, September 27 & 28, 2007, UniServe Science, Sydney. p 192

Lilje O Krishnan S & Peat M (2007) Use of traditional and elearning components in a blended learning environment. Poster presented at theInternational Society for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (ISSOTL)Conference

Quinnell R & Muir M (2007)  Student Transference of Quantitative Computational Skills in the Life Sciences. Workshop conducted at theInternational Society for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (ISSOTL)Conference

Quinnell R & Wong E (2007) Using intervention strategies to engage tertiary biology students in their development of numeric skills. Poster presented at theInternational Society for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (ISSOTL)Conference

Quinnell R Henwood M Hanfling S Brownlee R & Gutsche T (2007). Archiving botanical objects:  E-BOT: a collaborative learning object database for Australian Flora. Linnean Society Tercentenary Conference. RBG August 2007

Taylor CE (2007) Integrating feed forward on academic writing into an undergraduate science course.  International Online conference sponsored by the REAP (Re-engineering assessment practices) Project: Assessment design for learner responsibility, 29-31May 2007

Taylor CE (2007)Where is the threshold in understanding the concept of evolution? Poster presented at European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) Conference 2007

Taylor CE & Green BJ (2007) The Sydney Aerobiology Survey: engaging students in a current research program as part of the first year biology curriculum.  Poster presented at theInternational Society for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (ISSOTL)Conference

Taylor CE Peat M Krause K-L Harris K-L Harris Gleeson D & Garnett R (2007) Assessment in Biology: creating an online resource for improving practices in undergraduate teaching.  Poster presented at theInternational Society for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (ISSOTL)Conference

Taylor CE Peat M & Placing K (2007) Use of reflective practice in a training program to develop a scholarly teaching approach in the science disciplines.Poster presented at theInternational Society for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (ISSOTL)Conference

Taylor CE Whitaker N Hughes C Ross P Kofod M & Lutze-Mann L (2007)Using threshold concepts to generate a new understanding of teaching and learning in biologyPresentation at the COMBIO conference Education Workshop September 2007

Taylor CEet al. (2004)Integrating urban biodiversity research and community involvement: Environmental Education Outcomes of the Birds in Backyards Program  Poster presentation atNSW Council on Environmental Education Conference on Effective Sustainability Education: What Works? Why? Where Next? Linking Research and Practice UNSW February 2004

Taylor CE (2003)Student interpretations of written feedback comments on science assignments: do they understand or use them? Poster presentation at 11th International Conference on Improving Student Learning, Birmingham UK July 2003

Taylor CE & Drury H (2003)What influences student success in undergraduate science writing?  The links between previous experiences, expectations, attitudes and approaches to writing. Paper presented at 11th International Conference on Improving Student Learning, Birmingham UK July 2003

Taylor CE & Peat M (2003) Identifying students at risk: strategies used for a large class   Presentation at the UniServe Science conference – first year experience day

Taylor CE Peat M & Stewart C (2003) Enhancing the employability of science graduates:  increasing the awareness of students and staff to the needs of employers.  Poster presentation 2003 University Vice Chancellor’s Showcase of Teaching

Taylor CE (2002)Communicating to learn to write:  unravelling the learning processes in online discussions on written assignments.  Poster presented at Writing02: 8th International Conference of the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction Stafford UK July 2002

Taylor CE Drury H & Lindsay M (2002)Incorporating first year students’ prior writing experiences and expectations into an undergraduate science program.  Paper presented at Writing 02: 8th International Conference of the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction Stafford UK July 2002

Taylor CE Peat M & Fernandez A (2002) Enhancing the first year experience: a decade of developments in Information and Communications Technologies.  Paper presented at 15th International Conference on The First-Year Experience Bath,UK June 2002

Taylor CE & Drury H (2002)Investigating the effect of students’ prior writing experiences on their attitudes and approaches to writing in an undergraduate science program.  Poster presented at 15th International Conference on The First-Year Experience Bath UK June 2002

Franklin S Lewis A & Peat M (2001) A large-scale evaluation of the effectiveness of educational resources: a research methodology. InProceedings of Research and Development into University Science Teaching and Learning, UniServe Science National Annual Workshop

Stewart C Sharma M Peat M Taylor CE Quinnell R Prosser M & Logan P (2001) The HSC syllabus changeover and first-year student experiences in physics and biology.  In Proceedings of, Research and Development into University Science Teaching and Learning UniServe Science National Annual Workshop, April, 2001

Franklin S (2000) Bridging the gap: The first year biology way Poster presented at the Fourth Pacific Rim Conference for First Year in Higher Education: Creating Futures for a New Millennium, (http://www.qut.edu.au/daa/asdu/fye/posters/FranklinPoster.htm) July, 2000, Brisbane.

Lewis A Peat M & Franklin S (2000) Self-assessment: A new way of learning online? In Proceedings of the 17th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE) Learning to Choose: Choosing to Learn Short Papers Volume 215

Peat M (2000) Information Session for Parents of New Students: Helping the parents to make the transition Poster presented at the Fourth Pacific Rim Conference for First Year in Higher Education: Creating Futures for a New Millennium, July Brisbane.

Peat M & Franklin S (2000) Beaches, bathing and biology: a Summer School Story Poster presented at the Fourth Pacific Rim Conference for First Year in Higher Education: Creating Futures for a New Millennium July Brisbane.

Peat M (2000) Why am I evaluating this thingummygig? Proceedings of Evaluating the New Teaching Technologies UniServe Science National Annual Workshop April

Articles

Taylor CE (2007)Using feedforward to improve academic writing in first year biology coursesArticle for the Higher Education Academy, UK, Centre for Biosciences Bulletin 22 (Autumn 2007)

Peat M Scott K Koulias Mariana Simpson K Tauber J & Ward M-H (2005)How does the College of Sciences and Technology e-learning support initiative enhance staff and student learning?InSynergyIssue 22, November 2005, University of Sydney Institute for Teaching and Learning

Peat M & Taylor CE (2004)Virtual Biology: how well can it replace authentic activities?SynergyIssue 20, November 2004, University of Sydney Institute for Teaching and Learning

Peat M & Franklin S (2002)Supporting students in their first year at university: the role of online learning SynergyIssue 18, October 2002, University of Sydney Institute for Teaching and Learning

Peat M & Taylor CE (2001)Celebrating a decade of success in biologySchool of Biological Sciences Newsletter, February 2001 http://www.bio.usyd.edu.au/Newslett/Archive/2001/February.htm

Peat M (2000)UniServe Science: “CTI” downunder (1995 – 2000)in Life Sciences Educational Computing11(1) 22.  Published by the CTI Biology, Liverpool, UK

Peat M (2000)Virtual Communication for Lab-based Science Teaching: A Case Studyin CAL-laborate, June 2000, a joint publication of UniServe Science (Aus), LTSN BioSicences (UK) and BioQUEST (USA)

Peat M & Grant AM (2000)Student perceptions of the first year experience: work overload?in Synergy, Issue 13, June 2000, 3-4 University of Sydney Institute for Teaching and Learning

Reports

Mahony MJ Peat M & Scott (2007) Report to the Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Learning and Teaching and the eGovernance Group on an investigation to identify the impact on academics of being involved in a USyd eLearning project. November 2007 University of Melbourne, University of Sydney (2007)Enhancing the assessment of learning in Australian higher education: Biological  Sciences http://www.carrickinstitute.edu.au/carrick/webdav/users/siteadmin/public/grants_2005project_biology_finalreport.pdf Report prepared for the Carrick Institute for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education   Website:www.bioassess.edu.au.

Peat M Stewart C Taylor, CE & Merrett D (2004)Enhancing the employability of Science graduates: increasing the awareness of students and staff to the needs of the employersTIF 2003 Faculty of Science Project Report, November 2004 http://science.uniserve.edu.au/projects/skills/reportshort.pdf

George A Stewart C Placing K & Peat M (2003)Faculty of Science and Institute for Teaching and Learning Tutor and Demonstrator Training: The Management of Small Group Teaching and LearningTIF 2003 Faculty of Science Project Report, December 2003 http://science.uniserve.edu.au/usydcst/tutortraining.pdf

Peat M & Fernandez A (2002)Building a responsive and effective service teaching programTIF 2001 Faculty of Science Project Report, November 2002 http://science.uniserve.edu.au/projects/service_teaching/

Peat M et al. (1994-2004) First Year Biology Teaching Development Group Annual Reports, 1994 – 2004 (pdf)