- 2008 to 2013 - Pearl Logan Chair in Rural Education, JCU (Cairns)
Neil Anderson is a Professor of Education and holds the distinguished Pearl Logan Chair in Rural Education. Neil’s research is in the area of Rural Education, particularly involving the use of Information Communication Technologies, Design Thinking and new strategies for effective collaboration.
- 2009 - Emerald Journals - Literati Network International Award for a paper in Information Technology and People Journal
- 2007 to 2009 - Faculty Award for most HERDC publications between 2007-2009
- 2005 - Vice-Chancellor's Award for excellence in research supervision
These are the most recent publications associated with this author. To see a detailed profile of all publications stored at JCU, visit ResearchOnline@JCU. Hover over Altmetrics badges to see social impact.
- Other research outputs
- Hajhashemi K, Caltabiano N and Anderson N (in press) Net-Geners' perceptions of engagement through online videos. Journal of Computers in Education, pp. 1-17
- Hajhashemi K, Caltabiano N and Anderson N (2016) Students' perceptions and experiences towards the educational value of online videos. Australian Educational Computing, 31 (2). pp. 1-17
- Anderson N, Timms C and Hajhashemi K (2014) Improving online learning through the use of design thinking. Distance Education in China (Zhongguo Yuancheng Jiaoyu), 9. pp. 5-12
- Anderson N, Courtney L, Hajhashemi K and Zee R (2014) Addressing the falling interest in school science in rural and remote areas using experiments and science fairs. World Applied Sciences Journal, 30 (12). pp. 1839-1851
- Chung T, Anderson N, Leong M and Choy W (2014) Scaffolding Singaporean students to write vividly in the Chinese 'mother tongue', Mandarin . Advances in Language and Literary Studies, 5 (1). pp. 40-52
- Hajhashemi K, Anderson N and Shakarami A (2013) Network affordances through online learning: Increasing use and complexity. Procedia: social and behavioral sciences, 106. pp. 1900-1904
- Melles G, Anderson N, Barrett T and Thompson-Whiteside S (2015) Problem finding through design thinking in education. In: Inquiry-Based Learning for Multidisciplinary Programs: a conceptual and practical resource for educators. Innovations in Higher Education Teaching and Learning. Emerald Group Publishing, Oxford, UK, pp. 191-209
- Hajhashemi K, Anderson N, Jackson C and Caltabiano N (in press) Online learning: increasing learning opportunities. Proceedings of the International Conference on Education and Social Sciences. In: INTCESS 14: International Conference on Education and Social Sciences, 3-5 February 2014, Istanbul, Turkey
- Lahui-Ako B and Anderson N (2015) Lifelong learning as a means to transform mindsets: an education policy goal of PNG's Vision 2050. Alfred Deakin Research Institute Working Paper Series. In: Fourth Alfred Deakin Research Institute PNG Symposium, 15 September 2014, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
- Anderson N and Karim H (2013) Online learning: from a specialized distance education paradigm to a ubiquitous element of contemporary education. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on e-Learning and e-Teaching. In: ICELET 2013: 4th International Conference on e-Learning and e-Teaching, 13-14 February 2013, Shiraz, Iran
- Anderson N (2013) Design thinking as a means of enhancing the creative and innovative abilities of undergraduate students when creating web based learning activities. Proceedings of Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education 24th Annual Conference. In: Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education 24th International Conference, 25-29 March 2013, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
- Aw-Yong J, Anderson N and Chigeza P (2013) Developing culturally-responsive lessons on the iPAD for teaching English as Second Language to Chinese learners. Proceedings of the 63rd Annual Conference International Council for Educational Media. In: ICEM 2013: 63rd Annual Conference International Council for Educational Media, Singapore, 1-4 October 2013
ResearchOnline@JCU stores 59+ research outputs authored by Prof Neil Anderson from 2002 onwards.
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These Higher Degree Research projects are either current or by students who have completed their studies within the past 5 years at JCU. Linked titles show theses available within ResearchOnline@JCU.
- Exploring Differences in Family Education between China and Australia with a Focus on Children?s Academic Development in Primary School Years (PhD , Primary Advisor)
- Attitudes, Beliefs and Behaviour or Lectures- Do They Encourage or Promote a Teaching and Leaning Alimate or Environment Conductive to Lifelong Learning at the Universities? (PhD , Primary Advisor)
- A Curriculum Model for the Delivery of Steroscopic 3-D Film Production Techniques: Keeping Up To Date with Technological Advances Now and in the Future. (PhD , Primary Advisor)
- A case study on the Influence of parental Involvement and infocomm technologies on the literacy level of Singapore's Malay pre-schoolers. (PhD , Primary Advisor)
- Investigation of the cell phone video recording feature by Japanese undergraduate EFL learners (2013, PhD , Primary Advisor)
- How experienced university teachers make decisions about teaching with technology in a complex learning environment: an activity theory analysis (2015, PhD , Secondary Advisor)
- Service - Learning in Design Education (2016, PhD , Secondary Advisor)
- Multiple Intelligences and Network Affordances: Can Videos Enhance Students? Perceptions of Their Learning Experience, Learning Outcomes, and Subject Engagement? (2017, PhD , Primary Advisor)
- Information and communication technology mediated writing strategy: scaffolding mother tongue Chinese composition writing in primary 4 classrooms (2013, PhD , Primary Advisor)
- Dancing Around the Edges: Dance in the Primary School Classroom (2017, PhD , Secondary Advisor)
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