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  • 2012 - James Cook University, Graduate Research School Supervisor of the Year, Advisory Panel, with Associate Professor Leanne Dalley-Trim
  • 2008 - Australian Learning and Teaching Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning

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ResearchOnline@JCU stores 30+ research outputs authored by Prof Angela Hill from 2003 onwards.

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Australian Government Department of Education and Training - Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Programme

A comparative evaluation of the efficacy of the equity strategies employed by Australian universities

Indicative Funding
$10,000 (administered by Central Queensland University)
This project aims to build the evidence concerning the efficacy of the equity strategies employed by Australian universities which are aimed at improving opportunities and the success in higher education by people from low socio-economic status (SES) backgrounds. It does so through a proposed comparative evaluation of the efficacy of the approaches each partner university employs to guide the prioritisation, management and evaluation of the outcomes of initiatives aimed at increasing access, participation and outcomes for people from disadvantaged backgrounds, and how they act on the findings from evaluation to plan future equity-related policy, initiatives and services.
Denise Woods, C Veraa, Lindy Smith and Angela Hill in collaboration with Michelle Devlin, Karen Nelson, G Whitty and Adrienne Harvey (Central Queensland University, Federation University, University of the Sunshine Coast, The University of Newcastle, La Trobe University, Learning and Teaching & Student Engagement)
Education Policy; Equity

Innovative Research Universities - IRU-MRUN Collaborative Research Programme

University students' digital readiness for emerging technologies as cognitive tools

Indicative Funding
$70,000 over 3 years
The ubiquity of web 2.0 technologies means that university progression is increasingly dependent on students developing a range of IT skills. Consequently, this project aims to: 1. examine students' digital literacy skills in Malaysian and Australian universities; 2. develop digital learning objects that support the preparedness of diverse students; 3. Test a curriculum that enhances student preparedness for learning a digital environment' 4. Guide students to develop applications for use as a cognitive tool in learning. Thus, contributing an understanding of the digital readiness of students entering university and developing a curriculum tailored to meet their academic needs.
Norizan Esa and Angela Hill in collaboration with Kathryn Meldrum, Rhian Morgan, Azidah AbuZiden, Mohid Ali Samsudin, Nooraida Yakob, Zahiruddin Fitri Abu Hassan and Matthew Riddle (Universiti Utara Malaysia, Learning, Teaching & Student Engagement and La Trobe University)
Digital Readiness; Adaptive eLearning; Higher Education; Digital Literacy; Educational Technology; Curriculum Design

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