Mark Pegrum • Research


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- ► publications -

O'Neil, F., & Pegrum, M. (in review). Keeping up the momentum: A longitudinal evaluation of professional development in digital technologies for academic librarians at an Australian university.

Oakley, G., Pegrum, M., Xiong, X., Lim, C., & Yan, H. (in review). An online Chinese-Australian language and cultural exchange through digital storytelling.

King, M., Pegrum, M., & Forsey, M. (in review). MOOCs and OERs in the Global South: Problems and potential.

Palmer, A., Pegrum, M., & Oakley, G. (in review). A wake-up call? Investigating international students' views on plagiarism in Australian transnational higher education.

Palmer, A., Oakley, G., & Pegrum, M. (forthcoming 2017). A culture of sharing? Transnational higher education students' views on plagiarism in the digital era. The International Journal of Management in Education.

Pegrum, M. (forthcoming 2017). Foreword: Promoting diversity through e-portfolios. In T. Chaudhuri & B. Cabau (Eds.), E-portfolios in higher education: A multidisciplinary approach. Singapore: Springer.

Pegrum, M., & Oakley, G. (forthcoming 2017). The changing landscape of e-portfolios: Reflections on 5 years of implementing e-portfolios in pre-service teacher education. In T. Chaudhuri & B. Cabau (Eds.), E-portfolios in higher education: A multidisciplinary approach. Singapore: Springer.

Kukulska-Hulme, A., & Pegrum, M. (forthcoming 2017). Linguistic diversity in online and mobile learning. In A. Creese & A. Blackledge (Eds.), Handbook on language and superdiversity. Routledge.

Dudeney, G., Hockly, N., & Pegrum, M. (2016). Letramentos digitais. Trans. M. Marcionilo. São Paolo: Parábola. [Portuguese version of Digital Literacies, 2013.]

Reinders, H., & Pegrum, M. (2016). Supporting language learning on the move: An evaluative framework for mobile language learning resources. In B. Tomlinson (Ed.), SLA research and materials development for language learning (pp.219-231). New York: Routledge.

Pegrum, M. (2016). Three agendas for MALL. In A. Palalas & M. Ally (Eds.), The international handbook of mobile-assisted language learning (pp.86-112). Beijing: China Central Radio & TV University Press.

Pegrum, M. (2016). Languages and literacies for digital lives. In E. Martín-Monje, I. Elorza, & B. García Riaza (Eds.), Technology-enhanced language learning for specialized domains: Practical applications and mobility (pp.9-22). London: Routledge.

Pegrum, M. (2016). Mobile learning, today and tomorrow. In M. Iguchi & L. Yoffe (Eds.), Mobile learning in and out of the classroom: Balancing blended language learner training. JACET Summer Seminar Proceedings, 14, pp.4-11. JACET.

Pegrum, M. (2016). Future directions in mobile learning. In D. Churchill, J. Lu, T.K.F. Chiu, & B. Fox (Eds.), Mobile learning design: Theories and application (pp.413-431). Singapore: Springer.

Pegrum, M. (2015). VLEs or PLEs? Vignette in H. Reinders, Technology. In J.C Richards (Ed.), Key issues in language teaching (pp.634-664) [p.655]. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Oakley, G., & Pegrum, M. (2015). Engaging in networked learning: Innovating at the intersection of technology and pedagogy. Education Research and Perspectives, 42, 397-428. [article]

Pegrum, M. (2015). Mobile learning: What is it and what are its possibilities? In M. Henderson & G. Romeo (Eds.), Teaching and digital technologies: Big issues and critical questions (pp.142-153). Port Melbourne, VIC: Cambridge University Press.

Howitt, C., & Pegrum, M. (2015). Implementing a flipped classroom approach in postgraduate education: An unexpected journey into pedagogical redesign. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 31(4), 458-469. [abstract] [article]

Chow, E.H.C., Pegrum, M., Thadani, D.R., & Wong, E.Y.W. (2015). Mobile technologies and augmented reality: Early experiences in helping students learn about academic integrity and ethics. International Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education, 2(7), 112-120. [article]

Reinders, H., Lakarnchua, O., & Pegrum, M. (2015). A trade-off in learning: Mobile augmented reality for language learning. In M. Thomas & H. Reinders (Eds.), Contemporary task-based language teaching in Asia (pp.244-256). London: Bloomsbury.

Pegrum, M., Bartle, E., & Longnecker, N. (2015). Can creative podcasting promote deep learning? The use of podcasting for learning content in an undergraduate science unit. British Journal of Educational Technology, 46(1), 142-152.

Pegrum, M. (2014). Mobile literacy: Navigating new learning opportunities and obligations. In W. C.-C. Chu, H.-C. Chao & L.C. Jain (Eds.), The Proceedings of International Computer Symposium (ICS) 2014, Vol.1 (pp.660-667). Taichung: Dept of Computer Science, Tunghai University. [download]

Pegrum, M., Oakley, G., Lim, C.P., Xiong, X.B., & Yan, H. (2014). Digital storytelling across cultures: Connecting Chinese & Australian schools. In P. Kommers, T. Issa, T. Issa, D.-F. Chang & P. Isaías (Eds.), Proceedings of the International Conferences on Educational Technologies (ICEduTech 2014) and Sustainability, Technology and Education 2014 (STE 2014), New Taipei City, Taiwan, 10-12 December (pp.191-196). IADIS Press.

Pegrum, M. (2014). Mobile learning: Languages, literacies and cultures. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Oakley, G., Pegrum, M., & Johnston, S. (2014). Introducing e-portfolios to pre-service teachers as tools for reflection and growth: Lessons learnt. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 42(1), 36-50. [Featured as the most read article of 2014 in the Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education]. [abstract]

Pegrum, M., Oakley, G., Clarke, J., & Sligar, J. (2013). An ecology of mobile screens: iPads meet XOs in a desert school. 12th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning (mLearn 2013): Proceedings. [abstract] [article]

Pegrum, M., Howitt, C., & Striepe, M. (2013). Learning to take the tablet: How pre-service teachers use iPads to facilitate their learning. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 29(4), 464-479. [abstract] [article]

Dudeney, G., Hockly, N., & Pegrum, M. (2013). Digital literacies. Harlow: Pearson. [flyer] [outline & worksheets (see 'eResources' tab)] [extract] (Winner of the British Council Award for ELT Writing in 2014; shortlisted for the Ben Warren International House Trust Prize & the British Council ELTons in 2014.)

Pegrum, M., Oakley, G., & Faulkner, R. (2013). Schools going mobile: A study of the adoption of mobile handheld technologies in Western Australian independent schools. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 29(1), 66-81. [abstract] [article]

Oakley, G., Pegrum, M., Faulkner, R., & Striepe, M. (2012). Exploring the pedagogical applications of mobile technologies for teaching literacy. Report for the Association of Independent Schools of Western Australia. [report]

Pegrum, M., & Oakley, G. (2012). How to build an e-portfolio. Education Review, Sept., p.30.

Oakley, G., Pegrum, M., & Faulkner, R. (2012). Changing everything? iPads in education. Professional Educator, 11(5), July, pp.8-9.

Lamy, M.-N., & Pegrum, M. (2012). Hegemonies in CALL. Language Learning & Technology, 16(2), 1-3. [article]

Pegrum, M., & Kiel, R. (2011). ‘Changing the way we talk’: Developing librarians’ competence in emerging technologies through a structured program. College & Research Libraries, 72(6), 583-598. [pre-print] [abstract] [article]

Bartle, E., Longnecker, N., & Pegrum, M. (2011). Collaboration, contextualisation and communication using new media: Introducing podcasting into an undergraduate chemistry class. International Journal of Innovation in Science and Mathematics Education, 19(1), 16-28. [article]

Cluett, L., Skene, J., & Pegrum, M. (2011). Infecting professional staff with the emerging technology ‘virus’: How the leadership game has changed. Open Conference Systems, CCA-EDUCAUSE Australasia 2011. [paper]

Pegrum, M. (2011). Modified, multiplied and (re-)mixed: Social media and digital literacies. In M. Thomas (Ed.), Digital education: Opportunities for social collaboration (pp.9-35). New York: Palgrave Macmillan. [draft] [book details]

Pegrum, M. (2010). ‘I link, therefore I am’: Network literacy as a core digital literacy. E-learning and Digital Media, 7(4), 346-354. [ToC] [abstract]

Pegrum, M. (2010). Computers are about people. UWA News, vol.29, no.13, 6 Sept, p.16.

Bax, S., & Pegrum, M. (2010). Lurking in multicultural online educational forums: 'I wasn’t invited to the party’. In A.T. Ragusa (Ed.), Interaction in communication technologies & virtual learning environments: Human factors (pp.145-159). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.

Pegrum, M. (2010). Seeking a sober, balanced footing as we surf web of intrigue. The Canberra Times, 22 Jan, p.23.

Pegrum, M. (2009). The getting of digital wisdom. Edited excerpt of From blogs to bombs. New Matilda, 27 Nov. [article]

Pegrum, M. (2009). From blogs to bombs: The future of digital technologies in education. Perth: UWA Publishing. [synopsis]

Pegrum, M. (2009). Communicative networking & linguistic mashups on web 2.0. In M. Thomas (Ed.), Handbook of research on web 2.0 and second language learning (pp.20-41). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.

Pegrum, M. (2009). Essential conversations: 4 visions of CALL. In T. Koyama et al (Eds), Proceedings of the WorldCALL 2008 Conference. The Japan Association for Language Education and Technology. [book] [paper]

Pegrum, M. (2008). Film, culture and identity: Critical intercultural literacies for the language classroom. Language and Intercultural Communication, 8(2), 136-154.

Pegrum, M., & Ioannou-Georgiou, S. (2007). Context and community on web 2.0. CALL Review, summer, 41-44.

Pegrum, M., & Cook, B. (2007). The need for netiquette. In S. Bennett, D. Marsh & C. Killen (Eds.), Handbook of online education (pp.105-113). London: Continuum.

Pegrum, M. (2007). Negotiated assessment criteria. In S. Bennett, D. Marsh & C. Killen (Eds.), Handbook of online education (pp.288-293). London: Continuum.

Pegrum, M. (2007). Time to think: Asynchronous text-based conferencing as a debating tool. In S. Bennett, D. Marsh & C. Killen (Eds.), Handbook of online education (pp.198-204). London: Continuum.

Lockard, J., & Pegrum, M. (2007). From counterdiscourses to counterpedagogies: An introduction. In J. Lockard & M. Pegrum (Eds.), Brave new classrooms: Democratic education and the internet (pp.1-10). New York: Peter Lang.

Pegrum, M. (2007). Socrates and Plato meet neoliberalism in the virtual agora: Online dialog and the development of oppositional pedagogies. In J. Lockard & M. Pegrum (Eds.), Brave new classrooms: Educational democracy and the internet (pp.13-34). New York: Peter Lang.

Pegrum, M. (2006). Hard, soft or wet? Directions in e-learning. CALL Review, summer, 10-13. [article]

Pegrum, M., & Hall, C. (2006). Linguistic preferences and prejudices: Student perceptions of relative difficulty in learning French, German and Spanish. Deutsch lehren und lernen, 33, spring, 10-19.

Pegrum, M., Hartley, L., & Wechtler, V. (2005). Contemporary cinema in language learning: From linguistic input to intercultural insight. Language Learning Journal, 32, winter, 55-62.

Pegrum, M. (2005). Speed kills: Slowing down online language teacher training. In B. Beaven (Ed.), IATEFL 2005: Cardiff Conference Selections (156-158). Canterbury: IATEFL.

Pegrum, M. (2005). The colonizer within? IATEFL Voices, 187, 2. Reprinted in the IATEFL Associates’ Articles Bank. [article]

Pegrum, M. (2005). Virgins, vixens, vamps and victims: François Ozon’s 8 Femmes and the sexual (sub-)texts of French popular culture. Australian Journal of French Studies, 42(1), 76-93.

Pegrum, M., & Hall, C. (2005). English only for foreigners?. Links, 31, 14-15.

Hall, C., & Pegrum, M. (2004). Grammar should be a friend, not an enemy. The Guardian Weekly, 170(17), 15 April, “Learning English” Supplement, 4. [article]

Pegrum, M. (2004). And on the eighth day: The struggle for linguistic organization. Bad Subjects: Political Education for Everyday Life, 65. [article]

Pegrum, M. (2004). Selling English: Advertising and the discourses of ELT. English Today, 77(20.1), 3-10. [abstract]

Pegrum, M. (2001). A getting of wisdom? / Sage?. Mots Pluriels, 19, October [special issue]: “The net: New apprentices and old masters II”. [article / article]

Pegrum, M. (2001). A coming of age? / Majeur? Mots Pluriels, 18, August [special issue]: “The net: New apprentices and old masters I”. [article / article]

Pegrum, M. (2001). The state of the net: Reflections on New York dogs and Trojan horses. An Interview with John Frow. Mots Pluriels, 18, August [special issue]: “The net: New apprentices and old masters I”. [article]

Pegrum, M. (2001). Pop goes (the) spiritual! Or, remixing religion in western pop music. M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture, 4(2). [article]

Pegrum, M. (2001). The postmodern Buddha. Culture Clash, 4, January 29. [reprinted article]

Pegrum, M. (2000). Challenging modernity: Dada between modern and postmodern. New York: Berghahn.

Pegrum, M. (2000). Pop particles / What’s in a title? In A. Lawrie (Ed.), Try it: It works! Edinburgh: SATEFL, 2000.

Pegrum, M. (2000). EFL website design: What, how and why. SATEFL Newsletter, 20(1), 5-8.

Pegrum, M. (2000). The outside world as an extension of the EFL/ESL classroom. The Internet TESL Journal, vi(8). [article]

Lancaster, R., & Pegrum, M. (1999). Teaching culture in the media age: Cultural studies in the multimedia classroom. Babel, 34(1), 16-19 & 35.

Pegrum, M. (1998). Multimedia technology in the teaching of French. Teaching and Learning in Changing Times: Proceedings of the 7th Annual Teaching and Learning Forum (pp.255-258). Nedlands: The University of Western Australia. [article]

Pegrum, M. (1997). The death of fashion and the rebirth of style. Soup, 2, Nov.

Pegrum, M. (1997). A big disease with a little name: AIDS reflected in contemporary culture. Mots Pluriels, 1(3). [article]

Pegrum, M. (1997). Teaching French from the world wide web. Issues of Teaching and Learning, 3(5).

Pegrum, M. (1996). Stop all the clocks: The postmodern assault on time. Mots Pluriels, 1(1). [article]

- ► editing -

Churchill, D., & Pegrum, M. (Guest Eds.). (2017). Special issue of Interactive Technology and Smart Education.

Lamy, M.-N., & Pegrum, M. (Guest Eds.). (2012). Hegemonies in CALL. Special issue of Language Learning & Technology. [CFP] [issue]

Lockard, J., & Pegrum, M. (Eds.). (2007). Brave new classrooms: Educational democracy and the internet. New York: Peter Lang. [synopsis]

Pegrum, M. (Guest Ed.). (2001). The net: New apprentices and old masters, II. Guest editor. Special issue of Mots Pluriels, 19, October. [issue]

Pegrum, M. (Guest Ed.). (2001). The net: New apprentices and old masters, I. Guest editor. Special issue of Mots Pluriels, 18, August. [issue]

- ► conference papers -

Pegrum, M. (upcoming 2017). Revisiting mobile learning: Seizing new opportunities for language learning and cultural exploration. Keynote presentation at BAAHE, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, 1 December.

Pegrum, M. (upcoming 2017). Situated language and literacy: Learning through mobile augmented reality games and trails. Paper presented as part of the symposium Researching digital games in language learning and teaching at AILA World Congress, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 23-28 July.

Pegrum, M. (upcoming 2017). Beyond web 2.0: Designing authentic mobile learning for everyday contexts in Asia. Keynote presentation at ACTC 2017, Kobe, Japan, 11-14 May.

Pegrum, M. (2016). Moderator of Building digital literacies as 21st century skills. Roundtable discussion at EduTECH Asia, Singapore, 9-12 November.

Pegrum, M. (2016). Interviewer on How can MOOCs extend the reach of education to rural and emerging Asian countries? Interview with Monty King at EduTECH Asia, Singapore, 9-12 November.

Wong, E., Kwong, T., & Pegrum, M. (2016). On the path to situated learning: Embedding academic integrity via mobile augmented reality learning trails. mLearn, Sydney, Australia, 24-26 October.

Pegrum, M. (2016). Why mobile devices aren't enough: Learning languages, building communities and exploring cultures. Opening keynote presentation at EUROCALL, Limassol, Cyprus, 24-27 August.

Pegrum, M. (2016). Learners in context: Bridging everyday language learning gaps with mobile devices. Keynote presentation at CLESOL, Hamilton, New Zealand, 14-17 July.

Pegrum, M. (2016). Developing mobile literacy. Keynote presentation at eLFA, Shanghai, China, 13-15 June.

Pegrum, M. (2016). Beyond traditional language and literacy: The rise of mobile literacy. Keynote presentation at JALTCALL, Tokyo, Japan, 4-5 June.

Pegrum, M. (2016). Mobile literacy: What it is, why it matters, and how it can be developed. Presentation at IMLF, Bangkok, Thailand, 27-28 May.

Pegrum, M. (2016). Mapping the pathway from m-learning to digital literacies for ASEAN educators. Presentation at the Digital Education Show Asia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 18-19 April.

Pegrum, M. (2016). Yet another literacy? Mobile devices, mobile learning, and mobile literacy. Keynote presentation at ACTA/ACAL International Conference, Perth, Australia, 7-11 April.

Pegrum, M. (2016). Designing mobile learning. Presentation at iCTLT, Singapore, 30-31 March.

Pegrum, M. (2016). Deepening learning and deepening engagement through mobile literacy. Spotlight presentation at iCTLT, Singapore, 30-31 March.

Pegrum, M., Oakley, G., Lim, C.P., Xiong, X.B., & Yan, H. (2015). Language and cultural exchange online: Lessons learned from running a Chinese-Australian digital storytelling project. GloCALL Conference, Daejeon, South Korea, 13-14 November.

Pegrum, M. (2015). Future mobile learning (Part 2): Where are today's educational trends taking us? Keynote presentation at Gunma JALT Workshop, Kusatsu, Japan, 20-21 August. [repeat of 20 August]

Pegrum, M. (2015). Future mobile learning (Part 1): Where are today's technological trends taking us? Keynote presentation at Gunma JALT Workshop, Kusatsu, Japan, 20-21 August. [repeat of 19 August]

Pegrum, M. (2015). Future mobile learning (Part 2): Where are today's educational trends taking us? Keynote seminar at JACET 2015 Summer Seminar, Kusatsu, Japan, 18-20 August.

Pegrum, M. (2015). Member of panel Maximizing the potential of mobile learning in the Japanese EFL environment at JACET 2015 Summer Seminar, Kusatsu, Japan, 18-20 August.

Pegrum, M. (2015). Future mobile learning (Part 1): Where are today's technological trends taking us? Keynote seminar at JACET 2015 Summer Seminar, Kusatsu, Japan, 18-20 August.

Pegrum, M. (2015). Framing mobility: What does mobile language learning look like? Keynote presentation at JACET 2015 Summer Seminar, Kusatsu, Japan, 18-20 August.

Palmer, A., Oakley, G., & Pegrum, M. (2015). Plagiarism in transnational education: A study from South East Asia. EDULEARN15: 7th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, Barcelona, Spain, 6-8 July.

Chow, E.C.H., Pegrum, M., Thadani, D.R., & Wong, E.Y.W. (2015). Learning about academic integrity and ethics using mobile technologies and augmented reality. eLearning Forum Asia, SIM University, Singapore, 17-19 June.

Pegrum, M., & Stockwell, G. (2015). Moderators of Driving success in mobile learning - Challenges and considerations. Roundtable discussion at The Digital Education Show Asia 2015, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 15-16 June.

Pegrum, M. (2015). Creating the anytime, anywhere learner. Key presentation at The Digital Education Show Asia 2015, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 15-16 June.

Pegrum, M. (2015). Mobile design: 21st century approaches to learning. Keynote presentation at the International Mobile Learning Festival, Hong Kong, 22-23 May.

Pegrum, M. (2015). Mobile language learning: Working inside and outside the classroom. Workshop at the Colombo Symposium: Challenges to Educators' Professional Growth, Bogotá, Colombia, 14-15 May.

Pegrum, M. (2015). Mobile language learning: Designing for new pedagogies, skills & literacies. Keynote presentation at the Colombo Symposium: Challenges to Educators' Professional Growth, Bogotá, Colombia, 14-15 May.

Pegrum, M., Oakley, G., Lim, C.P., Xiong, X.B., & Yan, H. (2015). Seeking common ground: Experiences of a Chinese-Australian digital storytelling project. World Universities Network (WUN) Understanding Global Digital Cultures Symposium, Hong Kong, 25-26 April.

Pegrum, M. (2014). Mobile literacy: Navigating new learning opportunities and obligations. Keynote presentation at the International Computer Symposium (Workshop 9: Information Literacy, E-learning, and Social Media), Tunghai University, Taichung, Taiwan, 12-14 December.

Pegrum, M., Oakley, G., Lim, C.P., Xiong, X.B., & Yan, H. (2014). Digital storytelling across cultures: Connecting Chinese & Australian schools. ICEduTech (International Conference on Educational Technologies), Tamkang University, Taipei, Taiwan, 10-12 December.

Pegrum, M. (2014). Using mobile devices to teach language in the developed and developing world. Keynote presentation at the International Online Scientific Conference: ICT-Based Language Teaching in Professional Contexts, Tambov State Technical University, Tambov, Russia, 18 November.

Pegrum, M. (2014). Member of panel Is educational technology the end of the world as we know it? at English Australia Conference, Crown Conference Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 17-19 September.

Pegrum, M. (2014). Walking and talking around the world: A snapshot of international mobile English learning. Keynote presentation at English Australia Conference, Crown Conference Centre, Melbourne, Australia, 18-19 September.

Pegrum, M. (2014). Mobile learning: Noisy, personal and social. Paper presented as part of symposium Beyond the language classroom: Exploring the social learning ecology at AILA World Congress, Brisbane, Australia, 10-15 August.

Oakley, G., & Pegrum, M. (2014). Multimodal stories: Languages and cultural exchange.Asia Education Foundation National Conference, SMC Conference & Function Centre, Sydney, Australia, 16-17 June.
Pegrum, M. (2014). Panellist on closing panel at Oman International ELT Conference, Sultan Qaboos University, Muscat, Oman, 8-9 May.
Pegrum, M. (2014). Introducing mobile learning. Workshop at Oman International ELT Conference, Sultan Qaboos University, Muscat, Oman, 8-9 May. [repeat of 7 May]
Pegrum, M. (2014). Principles and practices of mobile learning. Keynote presentation (opening plenary) at Oman International ELT Conference, Sultan Qaboos University, Muscat, Oman, 8-9 May.
Pegrum, M. (2014). Introducing mobile learning. Pre-conference workshop at Oman International ELT Conference, Sultan Qaboos University, Muscat, Oman, 7 May.
Pegrum, M. (2014). Moderator of panel on Pilots, Projects and their Data in the Research Track, UNESCO Mobile Learning Week, Paris, France, 21 February.
Pegrum, M. (2014). Balancing affordability and affordances in the design of mobile pedagogy. Paper presented at the UNESCO Mobile Learning Symposium, Paris, France, 18-19 February. [abstract]
Pegrum, M. (2013). The new normal? Learning goes social and mobile. Keynote presentation at 6th Financial Literacy Conference, National Institute of Education, Singapore, 29 November.

Pegrum, M., Oakley, G., Clarke, J., & Sligar, J. (2013). An ecology of mobile screens: iPads meet XOs in a desert school. Paper presented at mLearn 2013, Doha, Qatar, 22-24 October.

Pegrum, M. (2013). Mobile pedagogy: Between affordability and affordances. Paper presented at MobiLearn Asia 2013, Singapore, 1-3 October.

Pegrum, M. (2013). Mobile outcomes: Improving language and literacy across Asia. Keynote presentation at eLearning Forum Asia 2013, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, 29-31 May.

O'Neil, F., Miller, J., & Pegrum, M. (2013). Scaffolding for wider engagement: Purposeful professional development in new technologies for librarians. Poster session at The Higher Education Technology Agenda, Hobart, Tasmania, 7-10 April. [abstract]

Pegrum, M. (2012). From start to finish: Mobile technologies and language learning.Keynote presentation at the Yildiz Technical University School of Foreign Languages 1st International Symposium - Web Technologies in ELT Classrooms: Evaluating Current & Future Practice. Istanbul, Turkey, 1-2 December. [abstract & overview] [review]

Howitt, C., Striepe, M., & Pegrum, M. (2012). Understanding, organisation and connection: How iPads assist pre-service teachers to learn. Paper presented at the 7th International Conference on Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, Oman, 4-7 November.

Pegrum, M., & Oakley, G. (2012). Mobile learning in K-12 education: Teachers’ technological, pedagogical and organisational considerations. Paper presented at MobiLearn Asia 2012, Singapore, 24-26 October. [abstract & overview] [blog post]

Pegrum, M. (2012). What teachers want: A report on the technology needs & wishes of language teachers in Southeast Asia. Paper presented at GLoCALL, Beijing, China, 18-20 October. [abstract & overview] [blog post]

Oakley, G., Pegrum, M., & Faulkner, R. (2012). Choosing to teach with mobile technologies: Guidelines from early adopters. Paper presented at ACEC2012: Australian Computers in Education Conference, Perth, Australia, 2-5 October. [blog post]

Pegrum, M. (2012). Flexible learning is just as good as being there: Are the lecture and the classroom really dead? Conference panel at ANZSSA/ISANA Duty of Care WA State Conference: Engagement and Connection, Burswood, Perth, Australia, 21 September.

Striepe, M., Howitt, C., & Pegrum, M. (2012). Pre-service teachers' experiences of using the iPad 2 to facilitate learning. Paper presented at European Conference on Educational Research, Cádiz, Spain, 18-21 September.

Pegrum, M., Oakley, G., & Faulkner, R. (2012). Using mobile technologies in the early years to improve classroom practice. Paper presented at Primary Curriculum Conference - Architecture of Learning: Dignity, Diversity, Design. CEOWA, Perth, Australia, 30-31 July.

Pegrum, M., Oakley, G., & Johnston, S. (2012). Developing a professional e-portfolio integrated with teaching, learning and assessment. Paper presented at UWA Teaching and Learning Research Colloquium, Perth, Australia, 17 May.

Pegrum, M., Howitt, C., & Striepe, M. (2012). The impact of iPads on pre-service teachers' learning: Implications for teaching and learning. Paper presented at UWA Teaching and Learning Research Colloquium, Perth, Australia, 17 May. [abstract]

Hockly, N., Dudeney, G., & Pegrum, M. (2012). Digital literacies. Webinar presented at 5th Virtual Round Table Web Conference 2012, 20-22 April.

Dudeney, G., & Pegrum, M. (2012). Digital literacies: Teachers and learners. Workshop at CamTESOL, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 25-26 February. [abstract & overview] [blog post]

Striepe, M., Howitt, C., & Pegrum, M. (2012). The effect of the iPad on the learning of pre-service teachers: Revolutionary learning tool or fancy entertainment device? Paper presented at Teaching & Learning Forum, Murdoch University, Perth, 2-3 February.

Pegrum, M. (2011). eLearning for languages: Is it worth it? Panel discussion at International Conference on E-learning Futures 2011, Unitec, Auckland, New Zealand, 30 November - 1 December. [blog post]

Pegrum, M. (2011). Tailoring language learning to a world of screens. Paper presented at the International Conference on E-learning Futures 2011, Unitec, Auckland, New Zealand, 30 November - 1 December. [abstract & links] [blog post]

Pegrum, M. (2011). Language learning in a world of screens: Customising online spaces. Paper presented at GLoCALL, Manila, Philippines, 28-29 October. [abstract & links] [blog post]

Pegrum, M. (2011). Digital tools and the future of literacy. Paper presented as part of the symposium Enhancing online literacies: Skills, attributes and knowledge for language students and teachers in the digital age at AILA 2011/16th World Congress of Applied Linguistics, Beijing, China, 23-28 August. [abstract & links] [blog post]

Cluett, L., Skene, J., & Pegrum, M. (2011). Infecting professional staff with the emerging technology ‘virus’: How the leadership game has changed. Paper presented at EDUCAUSE Australasia, Sydney, Australia, 3-6 April. [paper]

Bartle, E., Longnecker, N., & Pegrum, M. (2010).Can creating podcasts be a useful assignment in a large undergraduate chemistry class? Paper presented at UniServe Science/IISME Conference, The University of Sydney, Australia, 29 September - 1 October. [abstract] [paper]

Pegrum, M. (2010). Literacy in the (re-)mix. Keynote presentation at the Western Australian Intensive English Centre Teachers' Conference, The Esplanade Hotel, Fremantle, Western Australia, 19 April. [abstract] [text-only pdf of slides] [video]

Pegrum, M. (2010). Digital literacies - Where do we start? Invited paper and Q & A session [in the virtual world Second Life], IATEFL Learning Technologies SIG Pre-Conference Event, Harrogate, UK, 7 April. [video] [slides] [video of Q & A in Second Life] [blog post]

Pegrum, M. (2009). Web 2.0 ::: Space 3.0. Paper delivered as part of the symposium Meeting places for the local and the global? Telecollaboration and intercultural learning on web 2.0 at GLoCALL, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 9-10 December. [blog post]

Pegrum, M. (2009). Seeking a third space in intercultural education: What discourse analysis tells us. Opening plenary delivered at Cutting Edges 2009: Discourse, Context and Language Education, University of Canterbury Christ Church, UK, 25-27 June. [handout 1] [handout 2] [handout 3] [blog post]

Kiel, R., & Pegrum, M. (2009). Reskilling librarians: An e-learning professional development course at the University of Western Australia. Paper presented at ALIA Information Online, Sydney, Australia, 20-22 January. [abstract]

Pegrum, M. (2008). Web 2.0: Connecting the local and the global. Paper presented at GLoCALL, Jakarta, Indonesia, 8-9 November. [handout] [blog post]

Pegrum, M. (2008). Essential conversations: 4 visions of CALL. Paper presented at WorldCALL, Fukuoka, Japan, 6-8 August. [handout] [proceedings] [blog post]

Pegrum, M., & Bax, S. (2007). Catering to diversity through asynchronous online discussion: Linking teachers across continents. Paper presented at Diversity: A Catalyst for Innovation - the 20th English Australia Conference, Sydney, Australia, 13-15 September. [slides] [handout 1 ] [handout 2] [handout 3] [blog post]

Pegrum, M. (2007). Talking to the digital natives: Building connections and community on web 2.0. Paper presented at New and Emerging Technologies, Loyola College, Chennai, India, 3-5 August. [blog post]

Pegrum, M. (2007). Closing panel discussion. Language, Literacy and Technology CALL Symposium, Unitec, Auckland, New Zealand, 18-19 May. [blog post]

Pegrum, M. (2007). Unmodern or postmodern? The human dynamics of the social web. Paper presented at Language, Literacy and Technology CALL Symposium, Unitec, Auckland, New Zealand, 18-19 May. [blog post]

Pegrum, M. (2006). E-Learning: From hype to hope. Paper presented at Learning Technologies in the Language Classroom: A Step Closer to the Future, University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus, 26-28 May. [blog post]

Hartley, L., Wechtler, V. & Pegrum, M. (2006). Promoting intercultural literacy through film. Paper presented at Visual Communication & the Teaching of Modern Languages, English & Intercultural Studies (Scottish Centre for Information on Language Teaching/Subject Centre Seminar), Dundee, Scotland, 13 January.

Pegrum, M. (2005). Speed kills: Slowing down online language teacher training. Paper presented at 39th Annual IATEFL Conference, Cardiff, UK, 5-9 April.

Pegrum, M., & Hall, C. (2004). Languages on an equal footing? The case of English native speakers learning French, German and Spanish. Paper presented at What Next? (Scottish Association of Language Teaching Annual Conference), University of Stirling, UK, 6 November.

Spöring, M., & Pegrum, M. (2004). Virtual learning and virtual teaching: Challenging learner and teacher identities in a distance learning professional development programme. Paper presented at Navigating the New Landscape for Languages (CILT Conference), SOAS, London, UK, 30 June-1 July. [summary]

Pegrum, M., & Hall, C. (2003). German for horses? A pilot project investigating levels of difficulty for native English speakers learning German, French and Spanish. Paper presented at XXVI Conference of University Teachers of German in Scotland, Goethe Institute, Glasgow, UK, 25 October.

Pegrum, M., & Cook, B. (2003). Learning together: Fostering collaborative approaches among individualistic students in an online environment. Paper presented at EuroCALL Conference 2003, Limerick, Ireland, 3-6 September.

Pegrum, M. (1996). Dressing the androgyne: Deconstructing and reconstructing the body in contemporary culture. Paper presented at Queer Collaborations Conference, Perth, Western Australia.

- ► presentations -

(upcoming 2016). The promise of mobile learning: Languages, literacies, communities and cultures. RMIT Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City, 16 December.

(2016). Flipped Approach Workshop. 1.5-day seminar at Victoria University, Melbourne, 7-9 December.
(2016). Digital Literacies. 1-day seminar at RMIT, Melbourne, 5 December.
(2016). The Design & Mechanics of Flipped Classrooms. 1-day seminar for the Academy of Principals Singapore at Suntec, Singapore, 15 November.
(2016). Digital Literacies. 1-day seminar for the Academy of Principals Singapore at Suntec, Singapore, 14 November.
(2016). The What, Why and How of Mobile Literacy. Seminar in the Centre for Teaching & Learning Enhancement, University of Macau, 23 March.

(2016). Mobility + augmentation + education. Presentation at Hong Kong Baptist University, 24 February.

(2016). Digital literacies. 1-day seminar at Hong Kong Baptist University, 22 February.

(2016). Pathways into mobile learning. Seminar at iN.LAB, The Institute for Adult Learning, Singapore, 19 February.

(2015). The Future Has Already Arrived: Emerging Trends in Educational Technologies. Half-day seminar at Republic Polytechnic, Singapore, 27 November.
(2015). Digital Literacies. 1-day seminar at Republic Polytechnic, Singapore, 26 November.
(2015). Building Chinese-Australian Relations through Digital Technologies. Research Week Seminar delivered with Grace Oakley, UWA, Perth, 9 September.

(2015). Global Conversations with Digital Technologies. Delivered as part of Careers Panel, Survival Skills Workshop, Institute of Advanced Studies/Office of Research, UWA, Perth, 8 September.

(2015). Moderator of Mobile language learning: Moving from 'why' to 'how'. Twitter [#AusELT]. 6 August.

(2015). Mobile Design: Teaching Language & Literacy with Mobile Technologies. Seminar at the Vocational Training Council, Hong Kong, 27 May. [repeat of 25 May]

(2015). Mobile Design: Teaching Language & Literacy with Mobile Technologies. Seminar at Beijing Normal University-Hong Kong Baptist University United International College (UIC), Zhuhai, China, 25 May.

(2015). Integrating Pedagogy & Technology. 4-day seminar at KMUTT, Bangkok, Thailand, 16-19 February.

(2015). The Future Has Already Arrived: Emerging Trends in Educational Technologies. Workshop at Hong Kong Baptist University, 4 February.

(2014). Digital Literacies. Seminars at Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore, 12 & 14 November.

(2014). The Pedagogical Potential of Mobile Games in a Developing Context. Online presentation to Norad (The Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation), 19 August.

(2014). Learning Design Workshop. 1.5-day seminar at Victoria University, Melbourne, 18-20 June. [overview]

(2014). Synergy between Technologies and Pedagogies. Seminar at Jockey Club Academic Community Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University, 26 May. [flyer]

(2014). Digital stories: The China-Australia connection. Workshops delivered with Grace Oakley in Guilin, China, on 23 April & Shanghai, China, on 25 April.

(2014). Life after PowerPoint. Half-day workshop at Victoria University, Melbourne, 11 February. [overview]

(2013). Emergent technologies in education. 5-day seminar at Victoria University, Melbourne, 9-13 December. [overview]

(2013). New technologies, new directions. 2-day seminar at Victoria University, Melbourne, 5-6 December. [overview]

(2013). E-portfolios: What works, what doesn't work, and what might work. Workshop for the Business School, The University of Western Australia, Perth, 21 November.

(2013). Connecting Australia and China through digital storytelling. Workshop delivered with Grace Oakley, The University of Western Australia, 12 November.

(2013). ICTs in Australian schools. Presentation at Cannington Community College (live) and Morawa District High School (video/Skype), Western Australia, 14 October.

(2013). E-technology. 3-day seminar at KMUTT, Bangkok, Thailand, 25-27 September. [seminar link]

(2013). iPads in teacher training. Invited guest presentation at Apple/AUC iPad in Tertiary Education Seminar, The University of Western Australia, Perth, 7 March. [seminar series overview]

(2012). Becoming digitally literate. 4-day seminar delivered with Gavin Dudeney in Moscow, Russia (4-7 December). [seminar link]

(2012). To flip or not to flip? The promise and pitfalls of flipped classrooms. Flipped seminar co-delivered with Christine Howitt to UWA staff, The University of Western Australia, 22 November. [flyer]

(2012). Flipped classrooms: An exploration. A flipped seminar co-delivered with Christine Howitt to the Faculty of Education, UWA, 16 November.

(2012). Using wikis. Seminar co-delivered with Shannon Johnston & Coralie Rendalls. Love House, The University of Western Australia, 13 November.

(2012). Learning with iPads: 9 considerations. Presentation co-delivered with G. Oakley & R. Faulkner. Apps Fair, University Club, The University of Western Australia, 8 November. [programme] [blog post]

(2012). Digital literacies seminar. Seminar delivered for the China Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press/Beijing Foreign Studies University as part of the Chinese Ministry of Education's National Teacher Training Programme, Beijing, 17 October. [seminar link]

(2012). Getting started with m-learning. Seminar co-delivered with Nicky Hockly for English Australia & Pearson at The University of Western Australia, 27 September. [seminar link]

(2012). ICT&U: ICT integration into pre-service teaching for national accreditation. Seminar & workshop delivered with Grace Oakley to the Faculty of Education, UWA, 4 June & 19 June [repeat of 4 June].

(2012). 21st century skills: Digital literacies. Webinar delivered with Nicky Hockly for Pearson, 2 April & 6 June [repeat of 2 April].

(2012). iPads: The beginning or the end of learning? Seminar delivered with Grace Oakley & Robert Faulkner to the Australian College of Educators, The Catholic Education Office of Western Australia, 28 March. [text-based pdf of slides]

(2012). Becoming digitally literate. 4-day seminar delivered with Gavin Dudeney in Bangkok, Thailand (27 February - 1 March) and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (5 - 8 March). [Bangkok seminar link] [Kuala Lumpur seminar link] [blog post 1] [blog post 2]

(2011). Emergent technologies in education. 5-day seminar for the Library, Victoria University, Melbourne, 23-25 November & 8-9 December. [overview] [blog post]

(2011). New tools, new media, new ways of teaching. Seminar for the School of Population Health, University of Western Australia, 11 November.

(2011). What you've told us so far: Teachers and mobile technologies. Presentation at Mobile Technologies and Literacy K-6 (Part II) and Mobile Technologies and Literacy 7-12 (Part II) workshops, AISWA, Perth, 9 November. [flyer 1] [flyer 2]

(2011). Mobile learning: The big picture. Presentation at Mobile Technologies and Literacy K-6 and Mobile Technologies and Literacy 7-12 workshops, AISWA, Perth, 22 September. [flyer 1] [flyer 2]

(2011). 5 Lenses: Ways to think about digital technologies. Closing keynote presentation at Big Day In, Navitas, Sydney, 29 July. [text-based pdf of slides]

(2011). Practical digital literacies. Seminar delivered with Gavin Dudeney at Big Day In, Navitas, Sydney, 29 July. [seminar link]

(2011). Personal learning networks for students and teachers. Seminar at Big Day In, Navitas, Sydney, 29 July. [seminar link]

(2011). Introducing ICTs into professional programs: Innovations in pre-service teacher education. Seminar co-presented with G. Oakley for UWA Teaching & Learning Month, Graduate School of Education, University of Western Australia, 9 June.

(2011). Introduction to E-learning. Seminar at Hwa Chong Institution, Singapore, 18 March.

(2011). What's new in e-learning. Seminar at Hwa Chong Institution, Singapore, 17 March.

(2011). Digital tools in the library. Workshop in the Library, St Albans Campus, Victoria University, Melbourne, 10 February.

(2011). Digital tools. Seminar at E-learning: Effective Partnerships, Victoria University, Melbourne, 9 February. [flyer] [handout]

(2011). From novelty to normalisation. Keynote presentation at E-learning: Effective Partnerships, Victoria University, Melbourne, 9 February. [flyer] [handout]

(2010). New tools. Presentation at Celebration of Excellence in Teaching, Prescott Room, Vice Chancellery, University of Western Australia, 25 November.

(2010). Literacy in the (re-)mix. Presentations at Churchlands Senior High School Staff Professional Development Day & Cyril Jackson Senior Campus Staff Professional Development Day, Perth, Western Australia, 11 October.

(2010). New technologies, new literacies. Full-day workshop delivered with Gavin Dudeney. Locations: Bond University, Gold Coast (15 September); Macquarie City Campus, Sydney (20 September); Embassy CES, Melbourne (22 September); Curtin University of Technology, Perth (24 September). [flyer] [composite Google Doc] [blog post]

(2010). Literacy workshop. Presented as part of National Literacy & Numeracy Week 2010 at James Nestor Hall, CEOWA, Perth, Western Australia, 2 September. [flyer] [blog post]

(2010). From novelty to normalisation. Paper presented at ALTC Podcasting Workshop, Centre for the Advancement of Teaching & Learning, University of Western Australia, 11 August.

(2009). Literacy remixed! Paper presented at WATESOL AGM, ESL Resource Centre, Perth, Western Australia, 17 September.

(2009). Literacy remixed! Paper presented at Australian College of Educators' Seminar, University of Western Australia, 9 September. [text-only pdf of slides]

(2009). Building a third space in intercultural education. Paper presented at the INTELLECT Research Day Seminar, Open University, Milton Keynes, 17 June. [handout 1] [handout 2] [handout 3] [blog post]

(2007). When the analogue meets the digital: The place of e-learning in today's classrooms. Paper presented at Australian College of Educators' Seminar, University of Western Australia, 27 September.

(2007). Nothing new under the sun? Eight "new" technologies in the service of "old" ideals. Paper presented for UWA Teaching Month, Graduate School of Education, University of Western Australia, 7 May. [blog post]

(2006). Online educational design: Principles and practices. Invited presentation to UWA Reference Librarians, Reid Library, University of Western Australia, 26 September.

(2005). Online learning: Fallacies, fibs and fables. Opening guest presentation at UWA Library Teaching and Learning Showcase, Graduate School of Management, University of Western Australia, 9 November.

(2004). What is postmodernism? An introduction to (the) theory/-ies of contemporary western culture. Seminar presented at Caird House, The University of Dundee, UK.

(1997). The world wide web and the teaching of French. Seminar presented to Association of French Teachers, The Education Department of Western Australia, Perth.

(1996). New multimedia technology and language learning: The internet and educational software. Presentation in Faculty of Arts Multimedia Laboratory, The University of Western Australia, Perth.

(1996). 2000 Years of Paris. Public lecture delivered through UWA Extension Centre for Continuing Education, Perth, Western Australia.

(1996). Gender in flux: MTV and the postmodern body. Workshop presented at Queer Collaborations Conference, Perth, Western Australia.

- ► interviews -

(2016). Integrating mobile technology into life and the classroom. Interview with Chelsea Attard for the Australian Teacher Magazine/EducationHQ Australia. [link]

(2016). Interview with Carolina Rodriguez Buitrago for the Master in English Language Teaching for Self-Directed Learning (online), Universidad de la Sabana, Colombia.

(2015). Interview with Gracia Chiang. In Conversation Thought Leadership blog, April. [link]

(2015). Ten questions for Mark Pegrum. English Australia Journal, 30(2), 76-82.

(2014). Interview with Rebecca Rey for 'This is' Staff Profile, UWA Students Facebook page, 29 August.

(2014). Interview with Michael Netzley for Singaporean Ministry of Education Webinar [on digital literacies & mobile learning]. Webex, 09 June.

audio recording (2012). Mobile learning. Interview (with Grace Oakley) by Noelle Lim, BFM 89.9 Malaysian Radio. [link]

(2012). China calling. Interview by Sally-Ann Jones. UWA News, 29 October, p.11.

(2012). iPads. Interview (with Grace Oakley & Robert Faulkner) by Robyn Williams. The Science Show, ABC Radio National.

(2012). Technology in teaching. Interview & article by Trea Wiltshire. Uniview, 31(2), winter, pp.33-34. [link]

video recording (2012). What does great teaching mean to you? Interview by Information Services, UWA, April. [download]

(2012). Kony hunt goes viral. Interview & article by Javier Encalada Querat. The Northern Star, p.6.

video recording (2011). Emergent technologies in the classroom. Interview by Helen Wildy, Dean of Education, UWA. [recording]

(2011). Elite schools say they act on cyber bullying. Interview by Amy Hallett; article by Ashleigh Davis & Amy Hallett. Western Suburbs Weekly / inMyCommunity, 28 June. [on cyberbullying] [article]

video recording (2011). Interview with Navitar [digital mascot of Navitas]. Vimeo. [on personal learning networks/PLNs] Version with questions & responses: [recording]. Version with responses only (higher quality): [recording]

audio recording (2010). Interview with Vance Stevens & Gavin Dudeney in Elluminate for TESOL Multiliteracies course, 29 September. [on digital literacies & TESOL] [announcement] [recording]

(2010). Students need to log on to learn. Interview & article by Alison Rae. JAC Digital. [on new technologies in education]

(2010). Great dividing range. Interview & article by Cynthia Karena. Australian Educator, winter. [on the digital divide]

audio recording (2010). Extract from interview with Vance Stevens in Anne Fox's Absolutely Intercultural podcast, show 102, 5 February. [on digital literacies] [recording]

(2010). Interview with Gavin Dudeney at the launch of the TC eCommunity in Elluminate, 2 February. [on technology in education & digital literacies]

(2009). Radio interview with Phil Kafcaloudes, ABC Radio Australia Today, 12 November. [on digital literacies & the effect of digital technologies on youth]

(2009). Radio interview with Graham Mabury, Nightline, 6PR, Perth, 21 September. [on e-learning, wikis, Wikipedia & virtual worlds]

(2009). Normalising new technology. Interview & article by Lindy Brophy. UWA News, 24 August, p.6. [on professional development for staff]

(2008). The net benefit. Interview & article by Natasha Granath. West Australian Health + Medicine Supplement, 2 July, p.8. [on children's use of the internet]

(2004). Competing dialects: Selling English. Interview & article by D. Ferguson. Brandchannel, 28 June. [on marketing of English]

(2001). Smooth steps: Access into education. Language Travel Magazine, 82, August. [on English learners in higher education]

- ► grants -

2016-2017
AJF [Australia-Japan Foundation]
Australian-Japanese Multimodal E-books for Language and Cultural Exchange
With Grace Oakley
AUD
$22,000
2014-2017
UGC [University Grants Committee], Hong Kong
Consultant on Grant: Reinforcing the Importance of Academic Integrity and Ethics in Students through Blended Learning – A Deployment of Augmented Reality Applications
With Eva Wong, S.C. Kong, Ping Li, Will W.-Y. Ng, et al.
AUD $1.18 million (approx.)
[AUD $14,736 consultancy]
2013-2014
ACC [Australia-China Council]
Multimodal Stories for Language and Cultural Exchange
With Grace Oakley
AUD
$25,336
2013-2014
PEET [Public Education Endowment Trust]
iPad my Story: Belonging, Being and Becoming through Multimodal Storytelling
With Helen Wildy & Grace Oakley
AUD $54,982
2013
Chemistry Discipline Network Catalyst Grant
Do Creative Podcasting Tasks Develop Communicative Competence in Chemistry Undergraduates?
With Emma Bartle & Nancy Longnecker
AUD
$1,000
2011-2012
UWA Improving Student Learning Grant (AUD $3,000) + UWA International Centre Grant (AUD $2,000) + UWA Teaching & Learning Committee Grant ($5000)
Blogging from Stuttgart: Improving and Evaluating Cultural Competence through Student Exchange
With Chantal Bourgault & Kati Tonkin
AUD $10,000
2011-2012
UWA Teaching Fellowship Scheme
Student Experiences of iPads as a Tool for Tertiary Learning
With Christine Howitt
AUD
$22,000
2011-2012
AISWA [Association of Independent Schools of Western Australia]
Exploring the Pedagogical Applications of Mobile Technologies (iPod Touch & iPad) for Teaching Literacy in Western Australian Independent Schools
With Grace Oakley
AUD
$22,636.50
2011-2012
Australian Federal Govt Grant
Teaching Teachers for the Future [project to embed ICTs in pre-service teacher education nationwide]
With Grace Oakley
AUD
$165,000
2010-2012
ALTC Educational Leadership Grant
Professional Staff as Leaders in Enhancing Student Engagement: Building Capacity in Emerging Technologies Through Cascade and Viral Leadership
With Lisa Cluett & Judy Skene
AUD $212,201
2010-2011
UWA Teaching & Learning Development Fund Grant
Assessing Professional Growth and Learning through the Development of an E-portfolio
With Grace Oakley
AUD
$20,000
2006
UWA Improving Student Learning Grant
Improving Pre-Service Teachers’ Familiarity with the Changing Demands of West Australian TESOL
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AUD
$2,566

- ► supervision -

1) Supervision of technology-related Master's and Doctoral research
ongoing
Ph.D.
"MOOCs 4 Development? Action research into open online learning in Timor-Leste"
completed 2015
[pass]
M.Prof. Eng.
"Application of the 'Spritz' mobile reading app to the dynamic presentation of text in project documentation"
submitted
Ed.D.
Examining the influences of technological, pedagogical and content knowledge on Chinese language teaching: A Singaporean case study
ongoing
Ph.D.
“Virtual worlds: Collaboration & communication in educational settings”
submitted
Ph.D.
“A virtual mirror? Young women’s construction of self on social networking sites”
ongoing
Ph.D.
“Plagiarism in the digital era: A study of Australian transnational education in Singapore”
ongoing
Ph.D.
“How are role-plays in foreign language teaching perceived by the so-called generation of ‘digital natives’?”
completed 2012
[pass]
M.Ed.
“Pre-service teachers’ readiness to use ICTs in schools”
completed 2006
[pass with Distinction]
M.Phil.
“Computer-mediated communication: A beneficial tool for modern language learning? German business professionals’ perceptions of and attitudes towards learning English via asynchronous discussion boards”
2) Supervision of other Master's and Doctoral research
completed 2013 [pass]
Ph.D.
“Language learning, culture and identity: A study of identity development in migrant women of Iranian, Lebanese and Afghan origin”
completed 2012 [pass]
Ed.D.
“Third generation migrant children learning their heritage language: Insiders’ perspectives”
completed 2011 [pass]
Ed.D.
“Language switching in African song lyrics produced in Perth, Western Australia: A social semiotic approach”
completed 2008 [pass]
M.Ed.
“From ‘Problem’ to ‘Resource’: A Place for Singlish in the Language Classroom?”
completed 2008 [pass]
M.Ed.
“The Effects of Hong Kong’s Trilingual Policy on Language Learners’ Identities”
completed 2007 [pass]
Ph.D.
“Challenges in Cross-Cultural Business Communication: A Study of Linguistic, Cultural and Intercultural Issues in Malaysian-Australian Business Relations”
completed 2007 [pass]
Ph.D.
“Evasion in Australian Parliamentary Question Time: The Case of the Iraq War”
completed 2007 [pass]
Ph.D.
“Chinese EFL Learners’ Strategies for Vocabulary Acquisition: A Longitudinal Study” [supervision for part of period]
completed 2007 [pass]
M.Phil.
“English in the Emirates: Imposition or Empowerment?”
completed 2005 [pass]
M.Sc.
“The Marketisation of Higher Education: Chinese Students’ Views of University Marketing in China and in the UK”
completed 2005 [pass]
M.Sc.
“Hybridity in Cultural Globalisation: A Case Study of the Positioning of McDonald’s in Chinese Culture”
completed 2005 [pass]
M.Sc.
“Levelling Out? The Attitude of ELT Professionals in the Ile-de-France Region, France, towards RP as an Accent Model”
completed 2005 [pass]
M.Sc.
“A Chinese Perspective on the UCLES Business English Certificate: How International Is It?”

- ► examining -

(2016). Ph.D. Thesis: Digital storytelling as a means of supporting digital literacy learning in an upper-primary-school English language classroom.

(2015). PhD Thesis: A multiple case study of employees' informal learning with mobile web 2.0 in the context of foreign investment enterprises in China.

(2014) PhD Thesis: Integrating Technology In Tertiary Level English Language Programmes: Case Studies Of Moodle Learning Environments.
(2005) PhD Thesis: The Invisible Empire: Border Protection on the Electronic Frontier.