• Changes to teachers’ practice when using mobile technology with one-to-one classes 

      Lindsay, L.; Lee, K.; Hope, J. (Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, Faculty of Education, University of Waikato, 2016)
      Use of mobile technology in the classroom (m-learning) is a recent educational practice. This study reports on the insights of teachers in New Zealand classrooms about their m-learning practice. It targets the early adopter ...
    • How does the option of video assessment impact on student choice and grades? 

      Schofield, L.; Baker, Karen; Vo, Darcy; Pham, Truman; Lindsay, L.; Han, Binglan (Unitec ePress, 2017-10)
      As digital fluency is becoming an educational priority, contemporary educators are increasingly looking at innovative means of assessment to replace or supplement more traditional approaches such as written essays or tests. ...
    • Sentiment analysis of student online interaction in a blended postgraduate programme 

      Pham, Truman; Vo, Darcy; Lindsay, L.; Pashna, Mohsen; Li, F.; Baker, Karen; Han, Binglan; Rowley, Rich (2019-02)
      RESEARCH QUESTIONS: 1. To what extent do students interact online? 2. What are the sentiments in student online interaction? TML Blended Postgrad Programme Online interaction on G+ Community Sentiment analysis Google ...
    • What makes a course like 23 Things go viral? 

      Lindsay, L. (Distance Education Association of New Zealand (DEANZ), 2016-04)
      The “23 Things” course model has gone from a small US library to Oxford, Cambridge, Melbourne, and New Zealand. The 23 Things programme has gone viral in that over 500 public iterations have been recorded globally since ...