Carroll Graham

Carroll Graham
University of Technology Sydney | UTS · Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Doctor of Education

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January 2008 - present
University of Technology Sydney

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Girl Guides is one of the most successful organizations for girls and young women, having been established for more than 100 years and now encompassing more than 10 million girls in 146 countries. Active participation in outdoor activities is core to Guiding’s nonformal, values-based education programme of self-development. The authors reflect on t...
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Open access at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/1360080X.2018.1428932 We argue that, as knowledge workers, TE managers are well advised to take responsibility for the development of their own professional practice and career development. We need to be actively managing our careers in changed and changing times, where likely flatter hier...
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As part of a larger study, professional staff from two universities, Australian and British, were asked how they entered into a higher education career and what factors kept them in that career. Many participants reported that they found themselves in professional services almost by accident, or by a fortunate combination of circumstances. However,...
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This chapter reports on a case study that explored the contributions of professional staff to student outcomes at one Australian university. This case study examined the practices of professional staff in their day-to-day work and analyzed their behaviors in relation to student outcomes. The research design used a two-stage process involving the de...
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This paper reports on the second stage of a comparative study between two higher education institutions: one in Australia and the other in the United Kingdom, which explored the contributions of professional staff to student outcomes. The first stage acted as a scoping exercise to ascertain how the contributions of professional staff to student out...
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This paper discusses the overlap of university work and the use of matrix conceptualization of university staff roles. The author explains the benefits that arise from matrix conceptualization in developing and understanding capabilities of university staff. The author also emphasizes the importance of developing a talent pool for universities to m...
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Staff are a university's key resource. Typically, research has concentrated on the contribution of academic staff, and has largely overlooked the crucial role of professional staff. However, recently there has been an increase in research by professional staff, about professional staff. In Australia, professional staff comprise more than half the h...
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A university's key resource is its staff, both academic and general. However, relatively little attention has been paid to the work of general staff. Yet general staff comprise more than half the workforce in Australian universities and a more rigorous understanding of the contribution of general staff towards the strategic goals of their instituti...
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With the greying of the Australian population, it has been widely recognised that active career development for early career academics is essential to the future capacities of universities (Hugo, Daysh, Morris & Rudd, 200419. Hugo, G., Daysh, S., Morris, A., & Rudd, D. (2004). Demography and academic staffing: An international perspective. Paper pr...
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This paper reports on the effectiveness of using an online solution to support the implementation of PBL with a group of final-year Pharmacy students who were undertaking a rural clinical practicum placement. The online PBL tutorials were both teacher- and student- led, using progressively-released static html pages and the discussion board in WebC...
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Practical aspects of a method for estimating the mean velocity waveform for a CW ultrasound system are described. The method, based on the technique proposed by Gerzberg and Meindl (1977), generates an analog mean signal for both forward and reverse flow with an accuracy of better than ± 5%. Application of the circuit for arterial assessment are pr...

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