Past Projects

2014 “National learning and teaching resource audit and classification”
with Philip Hider (CSU, project lead), Sue Bennett (Wollongong), Ying-Hsang Liu (CSU), Gerts Carole (CSU), Carla Daws (CSU), Lance Deveson (ACER), Barbara Spiller (ACER), and Robert Parkes (ACER)Developing reusable 3D, simulation-based learning environments

OLT Commissioned Project Grant, $149,000
2012 Developing reusable 3D, simulation-based learning environments
Institute for a Broadband Enabled Society seed grant, $43,000
2011 Blended synchronicity: Uniting on-campus and distributed learners through media-rich real-time collaboration tools
Australian Learning and Teaching Council Priority Programs Grant, $220,000
2010 VirtualPREX: Innovative assessment using a 3D virtual world with pre-service teachers
Australian Learning and Teaching Council Priority Programs Grant, $220,000
2010 A systematic review and environmental analysis of the use of 3D immersive virtual worlds in Australian Universities
Research Consultancy through DE Hub Consortium, $33,578
2009 Pre-service teacher preparedness to use information and communication technologies for learning and teaching
CSU Scholarship in Teaching Grant, $4,931
2008 An exploration of the effects of active exploration and attention focusing strategy on spatial learning in a simulated virtual environment
CSU Competitive Grant, $14,999
2006 Educating the Net Generation: Implications for Learning and Teaching in Australian Universities
Carrick Institute Competitive Grant, $177,929
2006 An exploration of the physiological basis for engagement in computer games and interactive learning environments
CSU Small Grant, $7,500
2005 An exploration of the physiological basis for engagement in computer games and interactive learning environments
University of Wollongong Centre for Research in Interactive Learning Environments (RILE) seed grant, $5,000
2005 Is there a physiological basis for the concept of immersion in computer games and interactive learning resources?
CSU ARC Discovery Development grant, $4,500
2004 Evaluation of a Virtual Laboratory for Distance Chemistry Students
CSU Scholarship in Teaching Grant, $7,286
2000 Desktop Virtual Environments as Navigation Tools for Locating Information within Educational Web Sites
CSU Small Grant, $6,951
1999 Usability Testing of Desktop Virtual Reality Software for Educational Use
CSU Faculty Seed Grant, $3,816
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