Publications

O’Shea, C. and Fawns, T. (2014c). A new conceptual frame for group work: group connoisseurship.  The Open and Flexible Higher Education Conference. EADTU, Krakow, Poland. 23-24 October, 2014. pp.287-304. http://conference.eadtu.eu/images/Proceedings/Conference_2014_-_proceedings.pdf

O’Shea, C. and Fawns, T.  (2014b).  Group connoisseurship: creating shared understandings of quality in online collaborative assessments.   Brookes eJournal of Learning and Teaching, 6(2).Advances and Innovations in University Assessment and Feedback

O’Shea, C. and Fawns, T. (2014a).  Disruptions and dialogues:  Supporting collaborative connoisseurship in digital environments.  In Kreber, C., Anderson, C., Entwistle, N., & J. McArthur (Eds.). Advances and innovations in university assessment and feedback, pp. 259-273. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.Teaching and Learning in Virtual Worlds

O’Shea, C. and Dozier, M. (2014).  ‘That ever-ephemeral sense of “being” somewhere’: Reflections on a Dissertation Festival in Second Life.  In C. DeCoursey and S. Garrett (eds) Teaching and Learning in Virtual Worlds, pp. 159-189.  Inter-Disciplinary Press:  Oxford.

Ross, J., Bayne, S., O’Shea, C., Macleod, H. (2011) Manifesto for teaching online.  http://onlineteachingmanifesto.wordpress.com/

McKenzie, K., O’Shea, C., Megson, P., MacLeod, H. and Begg, M., 2009.  An evaluation of the effectiveness of online clinical quandaries in increasing trainee clinical psychological knowledge.  Journal of practice teaching in health and social work, Vol. 8(2), pp. 51-68.

Bamber, J. and O’Shea, C., 2009.  Towards effective partnerships in training community learning and development workers.  In Learning /Work: Turning Work and Lifelong Learning Inside Out, Ed. Walters, Shirley & Cooper, L., Cape Town: HSRC Press.

Bamber, J. and O’Shea, C., 2008.  Purposeful Partnerships: bridging the gap between academia and the workplace.  In Higher Education in Diverse Communities. Global Perspectives, Local Initiatives, Ed. Ferrier, F. & Heageny, M., European Access Network and the Higher Education Authority: Ireland.

Bamber, J. and O’Shea, C., 2008.  Purposeful Partnerships: bridging the gap between academia and the workplace.  Proceedings of the 16th European Access Network Annual Conference – Access to Success: The Student Experience from Pre-entry to Employment, Galway, Ireland, 27th-29th June 2008.

McKenzie, K. and O’Shea, C., 2007.  The use of online clinical ‘quandaries’ in professional training.  Learning Disability Practice, Vol. 10(7), pp. 16-21.

Bamber, J., O’Shea, C., Ball, I. and Wallace, G., 2007.  Situating the Curriculum: Developing An Integrated Approach to Work-Based and Part-Time Training in Community Learning and Development.  The Scottish Community Learning and Development Work-Based and Part-Time Training Consortium.

Pearson, M., Roberts, P., O’Shea, C. and Lupton, M., 2002.  An inclusive approach to transition in a research-led university.  Changing Agendas – The 6th Annual Pacific Rim First Year in Higher Education Conference, Christchurch, New Zealand, 7th-10th July 2002, http://fyhe.com.au/past_papers/abstracts02/LuptonAbstract.htm.

O’Shea, C., 2002.  The Peer Mentor Handbook.  Student Information and Guidance Network, Centre for Educational Development and Academic Methods, ANU.

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