Research Profile & Outputs


Publications

Payne, A. L., Stone, C., & Bennett, R. (2022). Conceptualising and building trust to enhance the engagement and achievement of under-served students. Journal of Continuing Higher Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/07377363.2021.2005759

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 Success12(1), 93-101. https://doi.org/10.5204/ssj.1865

Manuscripts in Preparation

Payne, A. L., Compton, M. & Kennedy, S. (In Progress). ‘Supporting and humanising behavioural change without the behaviorism: nudges and digital footprints.’ Human Data Interaction, Disadvantage and Skills in the Community: Enabling Cross-Sector Environments For Postdigital Inclusion. Springer.

Payne, A. L., Langman, S., Ashraf, T., & Daliri-Ngametua, R. (In Progress). ‘Book Review. Holloway, J. (2021). Metrics, Standards and Alignment in Teacher Policy: Critiquing Fundamentalism and Imagining Pluralism’. Journal of Education Policy.

Book Chapters

Payne, A. L. (April 2022). ‘Mobilising screencast technology and ipsative design to transform feedback practices.’ In Singh et al., Academic Voices: A conversation on new approaches to teaching and learning in the post-COVID World. Elsevier. https://www.elsevier.com/books/academic-voices/singh/978-0-323-91185-6

Book Reviews

Payne, A. L., Bennett, R. & Stone, C. (2021). ‘Humanizing 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. Postdigital Science and Education. https://doi.org/10.1007/s42438-021-00259-z

Conference Presentations

Payne, A. L. (2021, 4-7 July). 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].

Payne, A. L. (2021, 7 – 10 July). Innovating Academic Feedback with Screen-casted Audio Video Feedback Design. HERDSA 2021 Annual Conference. Brisbane, Queensland. (Not presented due to Covid-19 cancellation).

Payne, A. L. (2021, 26 May). Fostering participatory engagement within discussion boards for online higher education. Presentation at the Student Engagement Conference, AdvanceHE [online].

Payne, A. L. (2020, 14 July). Innovating academic feedback with screen-cast audio video feedback design. Online Curriculum Symposium. AdvanceHE [online].

Payne, A. L. (2020, 30 June – 3 July). Innovating Academic Feedback with Screen-casted Audio Video Feedback Design. HERDSA 2020 Annual Conference. Brisbane, Queensland. (Not presented due to Covid-19 cancellation).

Public Communications

Staff and Educational Development Association (SEDA) (2022, 15 March) – The Importance of Trust in Nurturing Student Engagement Online.
https://thesedablog.wordpress.com/2022/03/15/the-importance-of-trust-in-nurturing-student-engagement-online/

Media & Learning (2022, 28 February) – What makes video feedback powerful in online education.
https://media-and-learning.eu/type/featured-articles/what-makes-video-feedback-powerful-in-online-education/

CRADLE Deakin (2021, 2 November) – Inclusive Assessment: Recognising Difference through Communities of Praxis – Review – CRADLE Symposium. https://blogs.deakin.edu.au/cradle/2021/11/02/inclusive-assessment-recognising-difference-through-communities-of-praxis-review-cradle-symposium-26-october-2021/

EduResearch Matters (AARE) (2021, 15 July) – How to really engage students online – cross-institutional, collaborative international blog post with Dr. Allison Torn. https://www.aare.edu.au/blog/?p=9930

The Dr. Will Show Podcast (2021, 26 March) – Online Learning Ain’t Going Anywhere. https://thedrwillshowpodcast.simplecast.com/episodes/ameena-l-payne-fhea-ameenalpayne-online-learning-aint-going-anywhere

The Conversation (2021, 12 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. 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

Swinburne Commons (2020) – Qualitative Research Methods: Case Study Methodology Website. [online] Case Study Methodology. Swinburne Commons. Availableat: https://commons.swinburne.edu.au/s/educationresearch_case_study_methodology

Invited Talks

TELEdvisors SIG Webinar (2021, 26 August) – Humanising online learning: screen-casted audiovisual feedback in higher education. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWaYhe_pPPo

#100DaysofWriting Inclusive & Engaging Pedagogy. (2021, 26 August). Joined by Pascale Guiton and Eve Higby to discuss how to better engage students across different platforms, develop inclusive pedagogy, and nudge students toward success both inside and outside the classroom.

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2020, 16 October) – UIUC Community Psychology Seminar – Decriminalizing the Classroom – Presented with Dr. Felipe Menanteau

Service

Invited Reviewer, International Consortium for Educational Development (ICED22) (2021)

Sustainable Educational Development

Peer Reviewer, Higher Education Research and Development Journal (2020 – Present)

Peer Reviewer, Open Scholarship for Teaching and Learning (2021 – Present)

Ameena Payne on ResearchGate