Funded Projects

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Funded Projects

Educational Tools and Templates for the iPhone 2009Apple University Consortium Innovation GrantTotal Funding: $8,000

Enhancing Student Feedback 2007Co-researchers/developers: Paul DaviesFunded by the Learning and Teaching Action Plan, UWSTotal Funding: $15,000

A Model Course Hub Site 2007Funded by the Learning and Teaching Action Plan, UWSTotal Funding: $5,000

Virtual Health Assessment 2007Co-researchers/developers: Dr Sharon Bourgeois, Cathy Cook (School of Nursing)Funded by the Learning and Teaching Action Plan, UWSTotal Funding: $15,000

Establishment of Re-learn (Research into e-learning) laboratory 2003Funded by the School of Computing & Information TechnologyTotal Funding: $25,000

PlatformWeb – Online Teaching and Learning Environment 2003Co-researchers/developers: Associate Professor S. Hansen, Mr P. DaviesFunded by the Centre for Enhancement of Learning and TeachingTotal Funding: ~$250,000

A Flexible Mode Teaching Skills Development Program for Academic Staff 1997Web-based shell for the delivery of subjects in the Graduate Certificate of Higher EducationFunded by the Teaching Board, UWS, MacarthurTotal Funding: $50,000

Efficacy of Multimedia as a Teaching Tool 1994-1995Co-researchers: Mr M. Johnston, Dr K. Donnegan, Mr P Davies and Mr S.OngFunded by Faculty Research Board (Business and Technology).Total Funding: $6,013

The effects of audiocassette relaxation training on success and activation on a music performance test. 1991-1992Co researcher Dr Patsy TremayneFunded by the research board of UWS, Macarthur, 1991, ($5100), 1992 ($3600)Total Funding: $8,700

Computer Assisted Learning in Nursing Education 1990-1991Software modules for use in problem based nursing educationCo researchers – Ms C. Simms and Mr C. AuFunded by the research committee MIHE, 1990 ($4570), 1991 ($3850)Total Funding: $8,420

Correcting for Respiratory Effects in the Evoked Cardiac ResponseElicited by Innocuous Stimuli 1989-1990Co-researcher Professor R. BarryFunded by UNSW, 1989 ($7,100) and ARC small grants scheme, 1990 ($8000)Total Funding: $15,100