Dr Carol Russell
Peer reviewed journal papers
Russell, C., Malfroy, J., Gosper, M., & McKenzie, J. (2014). Using research to inform learning technology practice and policy: a qualitative analysis of student perspectives. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 30(1).
Khawala, A., Prusty, G. B., Ford, R. A. J., Marcus, N., & Russell, C. (2013). Can more become less? Effects of an intensive assessment environment on students' learning performance. European Journal of Engineering Education.
Quinnell, R., Russell, C., Thompson, R., Marshall, N., & Cowley, J. (2010). Evidence-based narratives to reconcile teaching practices in academic disciplines with the scholarship of teaching and learning. Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 10(3), 20-30.
Russell, C., & Shepherd, J. (2010). Online role-play environments for higher education. British Journal of Educational Technology, 41, pp 992-1002.
Russell, C. (2009). A systemic framework for managing e-learning adoption in campus universities: individual strategies in an institutional context. ALT-J Research in Learning Technology, 17(1), pp 3-19.
Russell, C. (2017). Growing a mobile learning ecology: a systemic university-wide strategy. In H. S. Farley, A. Murphy, & L. E. Dyson (Eds.), Mobile Learning in Higher Education in the Asia Pacific - Harnessing Trends and Challenging Orthodoxies: Springer.
Russell, C. (2012). Conceptual mapping, visualisation and systems thinking in engineering. In A. Patil, H. Eijkman & E. Bhattacharyya (Eds.), New Media Communication Skills for Engineers and IT Professionals: trans-national and trans-cultural demands (Vol. 1st, pp. 72-93). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Russell, C. (2012). Games, Simulations and Role Plays for Developing Systems Thinking. In C. Nygaard, N. Courtney & E. Leigh (Eds.), Simulations, Games and Role Play in University Education
Peer reviewed conference papers
Russell, C. (submitted for review). Contextualizing institutional strategies for technology enhanced learning. Show me the learning, ascilite 2016, Adelaide.
Shrestha, S., Wang, H., & Russell, C. (2016). Student response to a technology-enhanced learning space. AAEE 2016 Conference, Coffs Harbour.
Russell, C. (2015). Learning to swim in an ocean of student data. Paper presented at Globally connected, digitally enabled, ascilite 2015, Perth.
Russell, C. (2014). Herding cats and measuring elephants: implementing and evaluating an institutional blended and mobile learning strategy. Paper presented at Rhetoric and Reality: Critical perspectives on educational technology. Proceedings ascilite 2014, Dunedin.
Russell, C., & Qi, J. (2013). Evaluating an institutional blended & mobile learning strategy. Paper presented at the 30th ascilite conference, Sydney, Australia.
Russell, C. (2012). Naming and measuring the elephants: sustainable change for blended learning. Paper presented at the 29th ascilite conference, Wellington, NZ.
Russell, C., & Posada, J. P. (2011). Mix and Match: m/e-learning and engineering curriculum development. Paper presented at the 28th ascilite coference, Hobart, Australia.
Prusty, G. B., Russell, C., Ford, R., Ben-Naim, D., Shaowei Ho, Vrcelj, Z., & Marcus, N. (2011). Adaptive tutorials to target Threshold Concepts in Mechanics – a community of practice approach. Paper presented at the Australasian Association for Engineering Education Conference 2011: Developing engineers for social justice: Community involvement, ethics & sustainability, Fremantle, Western Australia.
Russell, C., & Posada, J. P. (2010). Fast and feral: diversity, duplication and evolution in a university LMS. Paper presented at the 27th ascilite conference, Sydney, Australia.
Russell, C., & Churches, A. (2010). What do we really want to know about spatial visualisation skills among engineering students? Paper presented at the AaeE2010 conference: Past, Present, Future - the keys to engineering education research and practice.
Russell, C., & Churches, A. (2010). Design in mechanical engineering: Australian students' perceptions and expectations. Paper presented at ConnectEd 2010 - 2nd International conference on design education.
Russell, C., & Spralja, Z. (2009). Beyond Exam Results: 3 years of student admission interviews for undergraduate engineering. Paper presented at the Research in Engineering Education Symposium, Palm Cove, QLD, Australia.
Russell, C. (2009). All hands on deck: CREWED for technology-enabled learning. Paper presented at 16th International Conference of the Association for Learning Technology (ALT-C 2009), Manchester, UK
Russell, C., & Koppi, T. (2007). Organizing e-learning in a campus-based university: communities, cultures and complementarities. Paper presented at Educause Australasia 2007.
Russell, C. (2005) Disciplinary patterns in adoption of educational technologies. IN Cook, J. & Whitelock, D. (Eds.) Exploring the frontiers of e-learning: borders, outposts and migration, ALT-C 2005, 12th International Conference (Research Proceeedings). University of Manchester, Association for Learning Technologies.
Russell, C. & Lee, A. (2005) The innovative teaching and educational technology (ITET) fellowship: Cultivating communities of practice in learning and teaching. IN J. Cook & D. Whitelock (Eds.) Exploring the frontiers of e-learning: borders, outposts and migration, ALT-C 2005, 12th International Conference (Research Proceeedings), Association for Learning Technologies.
McAlpine, I., Wilson, K., Russell, C. & Cunningham, M. (2004) An online diary as a research and evaluation tool for first year physics. IN R. Atkinson, C. Mcbeath, D. Jonas-Dwyer & R. Phillips (Eds.) Beyond the comfort zone: Proceedings of the 21st ASCILITE Conference. (pp. 616-622) Perth ASCILITE.
Russell, C. (2018) A deep dive into student data: gauging the influence of new campus spaces on student learning, poster presented at ASCILITE 2018
Published reports and theses
Wills, S., Rosser, E., Devonshire, E., Leigh, E., Russell, C., & Shepherd, J. (2009). Encouraging role based online learning environments by Building, Linking, Understanding, Extending: The BLUE Report. Australian Learning & Teaching Council, Sydney.
Russell, C. (2008). E-learning adoption in a campus university as a complex adaptive system: mapping lecturer strategies. PhD thesis, University of Leicester, UK.