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    • QR Codes: A Learning Tool 

      Warburton, Alan (2013)
      Why Create QR Codes for Students? -Share info, URL’s, YouTube videos, and more, without a single word. -Let students discover and learn at their own pace. -Use the QR Code over and over when the students need it. Take ...
    • Qualitative research in rheumatology: A personal perspective 

      Roy, Dianne (1998)
      As the title suggests, today's presentation draws on my personal experience of using qualitative research in rheumatology. However there is more than one 'personal perspective' woven through my presentation. I will also ...
    • Qualities and practices of professional social work leadership in an interdisciplinary mental health service : an action learning approach 

      McNabb, David; Webster, Michael (Taylor & Francis, 2010-03)
      Since the mid-1980s, health service restructuring in New Zealand has strengthened managerialism, arguably detracting from professional considerations. Professional leaders without line-management responsibilities have ...
    • Quantifying the benefits of narrated screen capture videos 

      Walker, Lyndon (University of Queensland, 2010)
      This article provides a quantitative analysis of student results for an Excel-based statistics assignment in a first year statistics course, before and after the implementation of narrated screen capture teaching videos ...
    • Quantity surveyors perceptions of the role and capability of tertiary education in New Zealand 

      Baker, C.; Davies, Kathryn (Australasian Universities Building Education Association (AUBEA), 2013)
      Although in the past there have been various pathways into the Quantity Surveying profession in New Zealand, the most common route currently is through a Diploma or Degree in Quantity Surveying or Construction Economics. ...
    • Quantity surveyors' perceptions of the role and capability of tertiary education in New Zealand 

      Davies, Kathryn; Baker, C. (Australasian Universities Building Education Association, 2013)
      Although in the past there have been various pathways into the Quantity Surveying profession in New Zealand, the most common route currently is through a Diploma or Degree in Quantity Surveying or Construction Economics. ...
    • A quantum inspired competitive coevolution evolutionary algorithm 

      Tirumala, Sreenivas Sremath (2013)
      Continued and rapid improvement in evolutionary algorithms has made them suitable technologies for tackling many difficult optimization problems. Recently the introduction of quantum inspired evolutionary computation has ...
    • Queensland fruit fly invasion of New Zealand : predicting area suitability under future climate change scenarios 

      Aguilar, Glenn; Blanchon, Dan; Foote, Hamish; Pollonais, Christina; Mosee, Asia (Unitec ePress, 2015-10-07)
      The Queensland fruit fly Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt) (Diptera: Tephritidae) is consistently described as the most damaging pest to Australia’s horticulture industries with an annual economic cost averaging around $25.7 ...
    • Questions of commercial ownership in sport governance : the Super Rugby journey 

      Meiklejohn, Trevor; Ferkins, Dr Lesley; Bruffy, Katherine; Karg, A.; Rowe, K.; Shilbury, D. (2014-11)
      Establishing governance structures for Super Rugby in NZ • How to position its involvement in the newly established Super Rugby competition given its allocation of five teams (franchises). • Establishing governance ...
    • Quota market efficiency : the New Zealand Annual Catch Entitlement (ACE) market 

      Stewart, James (2014-07)
      Characteristics of efficient markets: Information on price is easy to obtain • Information on characteristics of the good is readily available • Price establishes market equilibrium • Transaction costs are low • No ...
    • Quoting Palladio 

      Jadresin-Milic, Renata; McConchie, Graeme (2017-07)
      Palladio's treatise I quattro libri dell’architettura, first published in 1570, was well received and widely successful in its own time and afterwards. Palladio achieved a perfect balance of lucid text and meticulous woodcut ...
    • Race, racism in everyday communication in Aotearoa / New Zealand 

      Revell, Elisabeth; Papoutsaki, Evangelia; Kolesova, Elena (Unitec ePress, 2014-12-22)
      This essay is based on theories of ‘new racism’, which explain how race and racism continue to play an integral role in our lives, but in subtle and often hidden ways. This approach informs the discussion in this essay ...
    • Radical community development : we do talk politics here 

      Russell, Alastair (Unitec ePress, 2015-05-01)
      Radical community development is explicitly political. It involves a combination of thought (analysis, debate, reflection) and action. Crucial to radical community development is standing with people experiencing oppression ...
    • Radio Frequency Fingerprinting and its Challenges 

      Rehman, Saeed; Sowerby, Kevin W.; Alam, Shafiq; Ardekani, Iman (IEEE CNS, 2014)
      RF fingerprinting aims to develop a unique RF fingerprint for a wireless device that can be used as an identity, in the same way a biological fingerprint operates, to improve the security and privacy of wireless communication. ...
    • Raising the bar on self-access centre learning support 

      Dofs, Kerstin; Hobbs, Moira (ATLAANZ, 2010-01-01)
      Tertiary Learning Advisors reflect on their ‘good practice’ through three key terms: utilisation, effectiveness and individual student support. We ask ourselves: Are the facilities and the advisory service support structures ...
    • Range expansion of the spur-winged plover (Vanellus miles novaehollandiae) in New Zealand. 

      Fraser, Diane; Galbraith, Mel; Adams, Nigel; Blanchon, Dan (Ornithological Society of New Zealand (Birds New Zealand), 2014-09-09)
      The southern subspecies of the Australian masked lapwing, known in New Zealand as the spur-winged plover (Vanellus miles novaehollandiae), self-introduced into New Zealand as early as 1886 (Oliver ...
    • Range expansion of the spur-winged plover in New Zealand 

      Fraser, Diane; Galbraith, Mel; Adams, Nigel; Blanchon, Dan (2014)
      Biology: (Vanellus miles novaehollandia) Morphology, reproduction, habitat, sub-species differences. range, distribution, arrival in NZ. Protection status prior to 2010, impacts in NZ. Study aims: • Describe the pattern ...
    • Raw concepts of sustainability in vernacular dwellings : a case study of Kangbaiwan mansion in China 

      Song, X. Q.; Su, Bin (2016-08)
      The building sector is one of the highest energy consuming sectors in the world as well as in China, it is urgent to seek an energy-saving way of sustainable architecture development. From ...
    • Re-designing death : an expression of the human bereavement process through crematoria design 

      Pham, Harold (2014)
      This paper presents a novice’s reflections on the aftermath of the death of a close one, discussing the process of grieving and mourning, straddling across analytical philosophical treatments and research. This paper shall ...
    • Re-solved: iterating design solutions by understanding failure 

      McPherson, Peter; Pretty, Annabel (Queensland University of Technology (QUT), 2017)
      Design is considered one of the most important parts of an architectural education. Much emphasis is placed upon the Design Studio within a School of Architecture, yet in the traditional tutor/student model how much ...