Most Recent and upcoming papers, publications and presentations
My personal blog Bron's Spot and community research case study blog Community Capers are my most exciting and recent publications. They reference some of my most up-to-date acitivies and ideas. I am also actively involved working in related LinkedIn, Ning and Facebook groups.
Sharing with like minds is what keeps research well grounded and gives rise to important debate. The papers and presentations are offered below in that spirit of sharing. They are presented in Word, PDF (requiring acrobat reader)or PowerPoint format. Papers presented here either as links to published papers or prepublication drafts and are open to comments from critical friends and likewise available if you deem worthy to quote with appropriate credit.
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- Launched the Community Capers blog for case studies of Internet-mediated Communities of Practice (IMCoPs)
- Dodge, T., Barab, S., Stuckey, B., Warren, S., Heiselt, C., & Stein, R. (2008). Children’s sense of self: Learning and meaning in the digital age. Journal of Interactive Learning Research 19(2), 225–249
- The Benefits of Educational Virtual Worlds, Education Queensland Get Game Keynote Presentation (PowerPoint presentation with notes).
- e/Merge 2008 Conference Workshop and seminar The Connected Teacher Toolkit.
- Australian Computers in Education Conference, Canberra October, 2008
a) Refereed Paper: Understanding conditions for success: Building online community for teacher professional development.
b) Computer Workshop: Quest Atlantis Hands-On
c) Panel Session: Learning in Virtual Worlds: Case studies of Quest Atlantis in Australian Schools.
d) Poster Session: Building, inventing and reinventing identity in virtual worlds. (work in progress).
- Core conditions for success: A framework for the cultivation of Internet-mediated communities of practice. Internet Research 9.0: Rethinking Community, Rethinking Place paper and presentation. Denmark October 15-18th
B. & Barab, S.A. New Conceptions of Design for Community (Why
good design isn't enough) in Richard Andrews & Caroline Haythornthwaite (Eds.) (2007) Handbook of e-Learning Research. London: Sage.
- Growing online community: Core conditions to support successful development of community in
Internet-mediated communities of practice. Doctoral thesis
M. & Stuckey Emerging
Practice in VTE Teaching and Learning with Technology
A research report for TAFE Online2 (TOL2) NSW Department of Education
S.C., Stuckey, B., Kouper, I., & de Siqueira, A. Educational
Blogs for Children: A New Conversation Space? AERA Annual Meeting, The World of Educational
Quality, Chicago, April 2005
Annual Meeting, Demography
and Democracy in the Era of Accountability
B., Stuckey, B., Noakes, N., Nyrop, S.,
Breaking down learner isolation: How social network analysis informs
design and facilitation for online learning
b) Thomson, R., Stuckey, B., Reeves-Lispscombe, D., Mantis, R.,
Discourse Analysis and Role Adoption in a Community of Practice
B., & Arkell, R. Development
of an e-learning knowledge sharing model
A report for the Knowledge Sharing Services
project, Australian Flexible Learning Framework http://www.flexiblelearning.net.au/flx/go/home/projects/2005/pid/48
and CPSquare Research Forum online presentation, Feb 27th 2004
Communities of Practice (live
Many thanks to Jonathan Finklestein
director of LearningTimes for his technical support in this recording.
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Web Based Communities Conference, Lisbon Portugal March 2004
a) Stuckey, B. (2004) Making
the Most of the Good Advice: Meta-Analysis Of Guidelines for Establishing
an Internet-Mediated Community Of Practice (draft only)
b) Stuckey, B & Smith, J (2004) Sustaining
Communities of Practice (draft only)
Conference, NIE Singapore June 2004
a) Stuckey, B. (2004) Teacher collaboration in Internet-mediated
communities of practice
b) Stuckey, B. (2004) Leading in Internet-mediated
communities of practice
Collaborative Community of Practice 2004 Conference
The fundamentals of establishing
communities of practice online
September 15th 2004 invited keynote speaker
Dublin Ireland April 2003
a) Stuckey, B. (2003) Supporting technological innovation
through professional online communities
b) Stuckey, B. (2003) Asking the right questions to build an
online communities of practice
Chicago Illinois April 2003
2002 Nashville Tennessee March 2002
a) Stuckey, B., Hedberg J. G. & Lockyer, L. (2002). Facilitating
Teacher Collaboration in On-line Environments. In J. Price,
D. Willis, N. Davis and J. Willis (Eds.) Proceedings of SITE 2002
Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education. . Norfolk,
VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education.
Teacher Collaboration in On-line Environments (draft only)
2002, Denver Colorada June 2002
the Buzz Words OR Can hermeneutic analysis be used to evaluate pedagogically
based learning objects designed from constructivist epistemological
ontologies defined in XML Metadata?
Bronwyn Stuckey, Queensland University of Technology, Australia;
Jim Hensman, Coventry University, UK; Barbara Dewey, University
of Tennessee, USA; Tobias Hofmann, Bauhaus University Weimar, Germany;
Helen Brown, BECTA, UK; Sonja Cameron, University of Glasgow, UK
Stuckey, B., Hedberg J. G. & Lockyer, L. (2001). Professional
Development online- Doing it pedagogically. In J. Price, D.
Willis, N. Davis and J. Willis (Eds.) Proceedings of SITE 2001 Society
for Information Technology and Teacher Education. (pp. 2439-2444).
Norfolk, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education.
College's Trust Online Conference (June 2001) On-line
Professional Development in support of Educational Innovation
Stuckey, B., Hedberg, J. G. & Lockyer, L. (2001).. Building
On-Line Community for Professional Development. In C. Montgomerie,
& J. Viteli (Eds.). Proceedings of ED-MEDIA 2001: World Conference
on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications.
Tampere, Finland, June 25-30, 2001. Norfolk, VA: Association for
the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE) ISBN: 1-880094-42-8.
pp.. 1831-1836. Abstract of paper
for EdMedia June 2001 (Finland)
B., Lockyer, L. & Hedberg, J. (2001). The Case for Community:
On-line and Ongoing Professional Support for Communities of Practice.
In M. J. Mahony, D. Roberts, and A. Gofers, (Eds) Education Odyssey
2001: Continuing the journey through adaptation and innovation -
Collected papers from the 15th Biennial Forum of the Open and Distance
Learning Association of Australia. Sydney: ODLAA/Open and Distance
Learning Association of Australia. CD-ROM
Presentation The Case for Community: On-line and Ongoing Professional
Support for Communities of Practice
B., Hedberg, J. G. & Lockyer, L. (2001).. Growing an on-line
community of practice: Community development to support in-service
teachers in their adoption of innovation. Proceedings of the
9th Improving Student Learning using
Presentation: Growing an on-line community of practice
The 9th Improving Student Learning using Technology Symposium, Edinburgh,
Scotland September 8-11, Oxford Brookes University
B., Hedberg J. G. (2000). Building on-line community: the way
forward for professional development In R. Sims, M. O'Reilly
& S. Sawkins (Eds), Learning to Choose: Choosing to Learn (Short
Papers and Works in Progress). Lismore, NSW: Southern Cross University
Draft of paper presented at ASCILITE 2000 in December.
for PhD Research presented to academic panel November 1999
Review 1 - Online Professional Development, November (1999)