According to our database1, Carmel McNaught authored at least 23 papers between 1994 and 2014.
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Reflections on Designing for Learning: Ten Ideas from Ten Studies from Ten Years of Work in a University in Hong Kong.
Disciplinary difference in students' use of technology, experience in using eLearning strategies and perceptions towards eLearning.
Computers & Education, 2014
The Best of Both Worlds: Effective Hybrid Learning Designs in Higher Education in Hong Kong.
Proceedings of the Hybrid Learning - 4th International Conference, 2011
Building Institutional Capacity for the Use of Social Media.
Proceedings of the Social Media Tools and Platforms in Learning Environments., 2011
Examining Diffusion and Sustainability of E-Learning Strategies through Weblog Data.
Understanding the ways in which design features of educational websites impact upon student learning outcomes in blended learning environments.
Computers & Education, 2010
E-Learning Needs Among Students Who Lead a Digital Life in Nearly Every Aspect Except Learning.
Proceedings of the CSEDU 2010 - Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Computer Supported Education, Valencia, Spain, April 7-10, 2010, 2010
Costs of E-Learning Support: An Investigation Across 139 Small Projects.
Individual and Institutional Responses to Staff Plagiarism.
Proceedings of the Encyclopedia of Information Ethics and Security, 2007
Learning and Retention of Learning in an Online Postgraduate Module on Copyright Law and Intellectual Property.
Proceedings of the WEBIST 2007, 2007
Evaluating an Online Module on Copyright Law and Intellectual Property.
Proceedings of the Web Information Systems and Technologies, 2007
Multicultural Issues in the Design of Learning Technologies - Guest Editors' Introduction.
Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning, 2006
How academics use technology in teaching and learning: understanding the relationship between beliefs and practice.
J. Comp. Assisted Learning, 2006
The fit between e-learning policy and institutional culture.
Developing Criteria for Successful Learning Repositories.
Proceedings of the Web Information Systems and Technologies, International Conferences, 2006
Are Learning Repositories Likely to Become Mainstream in Education?
Proceedings of the WEBIST 2006, 2006
Building an evaluation culture and evidence base for e-learning in three Hong Kong universities.
The effectiveness of an institution-wide mentoring program for improving online teaching and learning.
J. Computing in Higher Education, 2003
Designing Online Learning Sites to Cater for Learning Needs.
It takes more than metadata and stories of success: understanding barriers to reuse of computer-facilitated learning resources.
Proceedings of the Winds of Changing in the Sea of Learning, 2002
Developing and Evaluating a University-wide Online DistributedLearning System: The Experience at RMIT University.
Educational Technology & Society, 1999
Evaluation of computer-based learning in higher education.
J. Computing in Higher Education, 1996
The role of evaluation in curriculum design and innovation: A case study of a computer-based approach to teaching veterinary systematic bacteriology and mycology.
Proceedings of the Interactive Multimedia in University Education: Designing for Change in Teaching and Learning, 1994