Conference Presentations

ACL Team

Johnson, I. 2007 All-on-one-page: linking maps, timelines and social bookmarking to build historical context and visitor engagement. Museums and the Web, San Francisco. April 2007.

Johnson, I. 2007 From Bibliography to Timeline: flexible infrastructure bears fruit. Poster, Digital Humanities, Champaign-Urbana, Illinois. June 2007.

Johnson, I. 2007 Rethinking Timelines. Temporal Modelling Roundtable, Digital Humanities, Champaign-Urbana, Illinois. June 2007.

Johnson, I. 2008 DYNCOOPNET (Dynamic Complexity of Cooperation-Based Self-Organizing Networks in the First Global Age). European Science Foundation TECT workshop, Porto. March 2008.

Johnson, I. 2008 Heurist: a Web 2.0 approach to integrating research, teaching and web publishing. Computer Applications in Archaeology Conference, Budapest, April 2008.

Johnson, I. 2008 TimeMap and other things. Seminar, Universitat Autonoma de Madrid, Geomatics department. April 2008.

Johnson, I. 2008 TimeMap, Heurist and Rethinking Timelines. Universite de Tours workshop on spatio-temporal models. June 2008.

Johnson, I. 2008 Breaking down barriers: the integration of research data, notes and referencing in a Web 2.0 academic framework. Digital Humanities Confernece, Oulu. July 2008.

Johnson, I. 2008 Mapping the Fourth Dimension: a ten year retrospective. UISPP, CNRS, U Paris colloquium on Web Mapping for Archaeological and Historical Sciences, Paris. June 2008.

Johnson, I. 2008 Historical events, maps and timelines in a Web 2.0 environment. Australia-New Zealand Digital Encyclopaedias Group Confernece, Wellington. Nov 2008.

Johnson, I. 2008 Visualising historical events through maps, timelines, and event relationships. Virtual Systems and Multimedia Conference, Limassol, Cypris. Oct 2008.

Johnson, I., Mostern, R. & Campbell, C. 2009 Finding the White Mice: there's more to spatio-temporal GIS than what, where and when ... Symposium, Computer Applications in Archaeology Conference, Williamsburg VA. April 2010.
Johnson, I. 2009 One Resource, Many Products: integrating heterogeneous data in an agnostic database. Poster, eResearch Australasia. Nov 2009.

Wilson, A. 2009 Visualising time and space for the Dictionary of Sydney Project. Australian Archaeological Association Conference, Adelaide. Dec 2009.

Johnson, I. 2009 Mapping then and now: are we ready (yet) for academic social systems? Seminar, Scholars Lab, University of Virginia. March 2009.

Johnson, I. 2010 MetaDating: dates as complex information. Computer Applications in Archaeology, Granada. April 2010.

Johnson, I. 2010 Session on historical GIS, THATCamp, Paris. June 2010.

Johnson, I. Flexibility vs expediency: building a digital encyclopaedia infrastructure. British Library 21st Century Curator seminar series. July 2010.

Johnson, I. 2010 Mapping and timelines workshop, THATCamp, Canberra. Aug 2010.

CoCo Team

Kennedy-Clark, S. (2010) Pre-service Teachers’ Perspectives on using Scenario-Based MUVEs in Science Education. In Curriculum, Technology & Transformations for an Unknown Future. Ascilite 2010 Sydney.

Tanti, M. & Kennedy-Clark, S. (2010) MUVEing Slowly: Applying slow pedagogy to a scenario-based virtual environment. In Curriculum, Technology & Transformations for an Unknown Future. Ascilite 2010 Sydney.

Kennedy-Clark, S. & Reimann, P. (2010) Scenario-Based MUVEs in the Science Classroom: Pre-service teachers’ perspectives. In The 18th International Conference on Computers in Education, ICCE 2010 Malaysia.

Kennedy-Clark, S., Jacobson, M. J. & Reimann, P. (2010) Scenario-Based Multi-User Virtual Environments: Productive failure and the impact of structure on learning. In Sustaining TEL: From innovation to learning and practice. EC-TEL 2010.

Jacobson, M.J., Richards, D., Kennedy-Clark, S., Thompson, K., Hu, C., Taylor, C., Taylor, M., & Kartiko, I. (2010), Scenario-based Multi-User Virtual Environments for Science Inquiry. In Creating Active minds in our Science and Mathematics students. Uniserve 2010 Sydney.

Kennedy-Clark, S. (2010) Slow MUVEing: Inquiry Learning in a Scenario-Based Multi-User Virtual Environment. In Instructional Design for motivated and competent learning in a digital world, EARLI Sig 6 and Sig 7. Ulm.

Jacobson, M.J., Howard, S.K., Hu, C. & Kennedy-Clark, S. (2010) Failure and Success in Sequences of Model-Based Learning: Perspectives From Students and Preservice Teachers. In Understanding Complex Ecologies in a Changing World AERA Annual Meeting, Denver.

Kennedy-Clark, S., Jacobson, M. J. & Reimann, P. (2010) Productive failure in inquiry learning in a multi-user virtual environment. In Same places, different spaces. Proceedings ascilite, Auckland 2009.

Kennedy-Clark, S. (2009) Designing Failure to Encourage Success: Productive Failure in a Multi-user Virtual Environment to Solve Complex Problems. In EC-TEL 2009: 609-614 .

Kennedy-Clark, S. (2008) Managing Online Academic Support Consultations: Best Practice and Viability. In E-Learning Symposium 2007, Melbourne.