Presentations & Publications


Conference Posters


Payne, A. L. (July, 2021). Poster Live Session 11: Embedding presence and participatory engagement within discussion boards for online students in higher education. Conference Poster at the Students, Transitions, Achievement, Retention & Success (STARS) Conference, UniSTARS [online].

Presentations


Payne, A. L. (June, 2021). Workshop 1.1: Embedding presence and participatory engagement within discussion boards for online students in higher education: A workshop for e-moderators. Workshop at the Curriculum Symposium 2021: Post-pandemic Curriculum, AdvanceHE [online]. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.26433.48484

Payne, A.L. (May, 2021). Fostering participatory engagement within discussion boards for online higher education. Presentation at the Student Engagement Conference, AdvanceHE [online].

Payne, A. L. (July, 2020). Innovating academic feedback with screen-cast audio video feedback design. Presentation session at the Online Curriculum Symposium, AdvanceHE [online].

Peer Reviewed Publications



Payne A.L. (2021).  A resource for e-moderators on fostering participatory engagement within discussion boards for online students in higher education. A practice report. Student Success, 12(1), 93-101.  https://doi.org/10.5204/ssj.1865

Payne, A. L., Stone, C., & Bennett, R. [In Press]. ‘Conceptualising and building trust to enhance the engagement and achievement of under-served students.’ Journal of Continuing and Higher Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/07377363.2021.2005759

Payne, A.L. [In Press]. ‘Mobilising screencast technology and ipsative design to transform feedback practices.’ In Singh et al. Academia’s Digital Voice: A Conversation on 21st Century Higher Education. Elsevier.


Public Communications

Payne, A.L. (2021, March). A lot of us can relate to struggling to keep on top of everything.’ This is what mature-age students need from online higher education. The Conversation. Available at: https://theconversation.com/a-lot-of-us-can-relate-to-struggling-to-keep-on-top-of-everything-this-is-what-mature-age-students-need-from-online-higher-education-155201

Payne, A.L. & Torn, A. (2021). ‘How to really engage students online’. Australian Association for Research in Education. Available at: https://www.aare.edu.au/blog/?p=9930

Payne, A. L., Bennett, R. & Stone, C. [In Press]. ‘Humanising Online Learning, The Critical Rebellion of Neoliberalism in Praxis’ In MacKenzie et al. Dissolving the Dichotomies between Online and Campus-Based Teaching: A Collective Response to The Manifesto for Teaching Online (Bayne et al., 2020). Postdigital Science and Education. https://doi.org/10.1007/s42438-021-00259-z

Payne, A. L., Mishlewski, E. & Van Keulen, L. (2020). Qualitative Research Methods: Case Study Methodology Website. [online] Case Study Methodology. Swinburne Commons. Available at: https://commons.swinburne.edu.au/s/educationresearch_case_study_methodology

Selected Works In Progress

Payne, A.L. & Kennedy, S. ‘Nudge theory and learner analytics as metacognitive tools for disabled students in online higher education.’

Payne, A.L. ‘Beyond Telling: A clarion call for technology-mediated feedback conversations in online higher education.’

Ameena Payne on ResearchGate