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Publications / papers / presentations (chronological):

Frielick, S., Milne, L. & Morrison, A. (2011).  Learning and Teaching Development Funds: Sustaining Innovation? Paper presented at the Tertiary Education Research in New Zealand (TERNZ) conference, Victoria University of Wellington, 25 November.

Frielick, S. (2011). LATENT – Learning and Teaching Enabled by Technology. Invited presentation at the Strategic Planning for Flexible Learning conference, Sydney, 15 November.

Frielick, S. (2011). Pod/Pad/Ped-:agog with machines of loving grace? Paper presented at the AUT University School of Education research conference, 18 October.

Frielick, S. (2011). Future of the LMS – towards a more open and personalised learning environment. Paper presented at the Tertiary ICT Conference, Victoria University of Wellington, 29 August.

Frielick, S. (2011). A weekend at Esalen – aspects of my virtual self. Paper presented at the M-SIG (Mindfulness Special Interest Group) conference, AUT University, 28 June 2011

Frielick, S. (2011). Social media, new technologies and 21st century learning. Invited presentation at the MBA Directors’ Forum, Melbourne, 11 May.

Frielick, S. (2011).  The nexus is learning – but what about technology ? Invited presentation at the AUT University Faculty of Design & Creative Technologies, Learning and Teaching day, 16 February. http://www.flexilearn.com/?p=181

Frielick, S. (2010). Web 2.0 Technologies and Curriculum Innovation. Invited presentation at the The National Curriculum Innovation and Quality forum, Melbourne, 1 December.

Frielick, S. (2010). Biosemiotics, Technology, Social Media and Learning: Rethinking Educational Research in the 21st century.  Invited keynote presentation at the AUT University School of Education research conference, 6 September. http://www.flexilearn.com/?p=165

Frielick, S. (2010). Innovation in the curriculum.  Presentation at the Tertiary ICT Conference. Auckland, 2 September. (Winner of Innovation Award).

Frielick, S., Allen, D., Morgan, J., & Mpofu, C. (2010). Reshaping large-class teaching: Enactive coherence and enquiry-based blended learning. Paper presented the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA) conference. Melbourne, 8 July. http://www.flexilearn.com/?p=151

Frielick,S., W. Horne, C. Mpofu, D. Allen, Shaw, S. (2009). Utilizing Technology to Support Interprofessional Education in New Zealand. Paper presented at the conference on Health Professions Education: Global Best Practices In Simulation. Toronto, Canada.  May 21-23, 2009.

Frielick, S. (2009). Technology and Health. In Shaw, S. & Deed, B. (eds.) Health and Environment. Oxford University Press.

Frielick, S. (2008). Ruins or renewal? The University as a zone of academic development. Paper presented at the Higher Education CloseUp 4 Conference, University of Cape Town, http://www.closeup4.uct.ac.za/abstracts/10.b.html

Frielick, S. (2008, November). The University in Ruins? An Ecological Perspective on Recovery. Paper presented at the Critical Thoughts: Recovering Higher Education Conference, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

Frielick, S. (2007). Real change: Institutional challenges and opportunities. Invited presentation at the e-Fest Conference, Wellington, 25-27 June 2007. Available at

http://www.efest.org.nz/speakers_invited.html#frielick

Frielick, S. (2007). Can MOODLE become more SUPPLE? Invited presentation at the NZ Moodle Moot Conference, Hamilton, 27 September 2007. Available at

http://www.slideshare.net/flexilearn/stanley-frielick-moodle-moot-nz0

Frielick, S. (2006). The nexus is learning: teaching and research in a knowledge ecology. Presented at the Tertiary Education Research in New Zealand (TERNZ) conference. University of Canterbury. 23-24 November.

Frielick, S. (2005). Enactive Coherence: Engaging with complexity in learning and teaching. Presented at the Complexity, Science and Society Conference, University of Liverpool UK. 11-14 September.

Frielick, S., Mentis, M. & Ross, A. (2005). The Certificate in e-Learning Design and Development (CeLDD): A community of practice / action research approach to curriculum development. Presented at the e-Fest conference, Wellington. 19-20 September.

Frielick, S., Banks, L. & Morgan, G (2005). Distributed Learning in Northland: Growing the network and making IT work. Presented at the e-Fest conference, Wellington. 19-20 September.

Frielick, S. (2005). de-learning: ecological ideas in cyberspace. Presented at the Ideas in Cyberspace Education (ICE) conference, Higham Hall, UK. 23-25 February.

Frielick, S. (2005). Learning in your genes: Enacting the ecology of mind. Presented at the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA) conference, University of Sydney. 3-6 July.

Blackmore, P., Chalmers, D., Dearn, J., Frielick, S., Hofgaard-Lycke, K., Mason O’Connor, K., McAlpine, L., Prosser, M., Scott, I. & Trigwell, K. (2004). Academic Development : What Purpose and Whose purpose? in Elvidge, E., Land, R., Mason, C., Fraser, K., & Matthews, R. (eds.). Academic Development in Higher Education: Issues of Engagement. Cambridge: Jill Rogers & Associates.

Frielick, S. (2004). Beyond constructivism: An ecological approach to e-learning. In R.Atkinson, C.McBeath, D. Jonas-Dwyer & R.Phillips (Eds), Beyond the Comfort Zone: Proceedings of the 21st ASCILITE Conference (pp. 328-332). Perth, 5-8 December.

Frielick, S. (2004). de-learning: an ecological perspective on e-learning research. Presented at the Tertiary Education in New Zealand (TERNZ) conference. Victoria University of Wellington. 29-30 November.

Frielick, S. (2004). De-learning. Presented at the E-Fest conference, Wellington. 13-­14 October.

Frielick, S. (2003). Learning objects and online communities: Challenges for academic development. Presentation at the South African Association for Research and Development in Higher Education (SAARDHE) conference, University of Stellenbosch.

Frielick, S. (2003). Enacting deep learning: an ecological approach to change in teaching. Presentation at the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) conference , University of British Columbia.

Frielick, S. (2002). Adventures in the Zone of Academic Development. Paper presented at the International Consortium for Educational Development conference, Perth, July 2002.

Frielick, S. (2002). The ecology of quality: complexity, course design and evaluation. Workshop presentation at the HERDSA conference, Perth, July 2002.

Macpherson, R.J.S. & Frielick, S. (2001) The Learning Improvement Strategies Questionnaire. International Studies in Educational Administration, 29 (3).

Frielick, S. (2001). Thinking eco-logically about teaching/learning. Proceedings of Breakthroughs: 9thInternational Conference on Thinking. Auckland, January 2001.

Brown, J. & Frielick, S. (2001). Student evaluation of teaching at the University of Auckland. In Santhanam, E. (ed.) Student Feedback On Teaching: Reflections And Projections. Perth: University of Western Australia. Available at http://www.osds.uwa.edu.au/about/publications/student_feedback_on_teaching

Frielick, S. (2001). University Teaching in a Knowledge Society. Paper presented at the Knowledge Wave symposium on Advanced Learning in a Knowledge Society, July 2001.

Frielick, S. (2001). The future of eLearning platforms. Presented at the HERDSA seminar series on eLearning: Challenge or Curse? Auckland, August 2001.

Macpherson, R.J.S., Pashiardis, P. & Frielick, S (2000). The quality of courses at the University of Cyprus: a case study and comparative analysis. Teaching in Higher Education 5, 2: 219-232.

Frielick, S. & McLachlan-Smith, C. (1999). The value (added?) of academic development. Paper presented at the HERDSA Conference, University of Melbourne.

Recker, M., Frielick, S., Lamb, M., & Gunn, C. (1998). Education technologies: Implications for academic development. Workshop presented at the HERDSA Conference, University of Auckland.

Frielick, S. (1998). The spectre of automation: Academic development and flexible learning/teaching. Paper presented at the Conference on Learning Innovations, UNITEC Institute of Technology, September 1998.

Frielick, S. (1998). Strategy and academic development in flexible learning/teaching. Paper presented at the ASDUNZ meeting, Victoria University of Wellington.

Frielick, S. (1998). Quality, power and transformation in the zone of academic development. Research and Development in Higher Education, 21: 119-130.

Frielick, S. (1997). Quality as transformation: Professional development and course evaluation. Academic Development, 3 (1): 7-20.

Frielick, S. (1996). Quality and diversity in a South African university: A model for course evaluation. Paper presented at the Australasian Evaluation Society conference. Victoria University of Wellington, September 1996.

Frielick, S. (1995). The zone of academic development. Paper presented at the Conference of the South African Association for Academic Development. Technikon Free State.

Frielick, S. (1995). Ecoliteracy, the university and the RDP. Paper presented at the Colloquium on the Intellectual Ideals of University Education in South Africa. University of the Witwatersrand.

Mentis, M. & Frielick, S. (1994). Mediated Learning Experience and the quality of university teaching. Proceedings of the Improving University Teaching Conference. University of Maryland, USA.

Frielick, S. & Giraud, J. (1994). How deep is higher learning? Paper presented at the Conference of the South African Association for Academic Development. University of Natal, Durban.

Frielick, S. (1993). Channels of communication or capillaries of power? AD in the real university. Paper presented at the Conference of the South African Association for Academic Development. University of the Western Cape.

Frielick, S. & Mentis, M. (1993). Teaching thinking and thinking teaching: Adaptations of Feuerstein’s theories in a university setting. South African Journal of Higher Education, 7 (1): 101 -110.

Swart, S & Frielick, S. (1992). An approach to learning Audiology: Developing courses for 2nd and 3rd year Audiology students. Paper presented at the Conference of the South African Speech, Hearing, and Language Association. HSRC, Pretoria.

Frielick, S. (1992). Evaluating evaluation: How can student ratings of lecturers improve the quality of higher education? Paper presented at the Congress of the South African Association for Research and Development in Higher Education. University of the Orange Free State.

Frielick, S. (1992). Sustainable academic development in a changing university. Paper presented at the Conference of the South African Association for Academic Development. Port Elizabeth Technikon.

Frielick, S. (1992). Deep ecology, the environment, and African literature. Paper presented at the Association of University English Teachers of South Africa Conference, University of Zululand.

Moelwyn-Hughes, J. T., Frielick, S., Giraud, J., & Smuts, K B. (1992). Knowledge of students’ approaches to studying as a means for staff reflection to form the basis for staff development. Proceedings of the Conference on Reflective Practice in Higher Education, University of Queensland.

Frielick, S. (1991). Orality and Ecology: Steps to a new paradigm of knowledge. In Sienaert, E. et al, (eds.) Oral Tradition and Innovation. Natal University: Oral Documentation and Research Centre.

Moelwyn-Hughes, J. T & Frielick, S. (1991). The use of Biggs’ Study Process Questionnaire to promote teaching changes. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the First Year Experience. Cambridge University.

Frielick, S., Moelwyn-Hughes, J.T, & Kriel, J. (1990). Biggs’ questionnaires and the assessment of student learning: Some recent findings and their implications. South African Journal of Higher Education (Special Conference Edition), October: 24-34

Frielick, S. (1990). The environment in English African literature. Paper presented at the Green Congress, Pretoria.

Frielick, S. (1988). Winged words/ caged texts: Oral tradition and teaching African literature. In Sienaert, E and Bell, N (eds.) Oral Tradition and Education. Natal University: Oral Documentation and Research Centre.

 

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