Browsing by Author Goldsmith, R

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
11-Jul-2019Using action research to explore postgraduate transition and develop disciplinary literacies for engineering studentsGoldsmith, R; Jin, X
4-Mar-2019Investigating invisible writing practices in the engineering curriculum using practice architecturesGoldsmith, R; Willey, K; Boud, D
3-Jun-2018Making writing practices visible and sustainable in the engineering curriculum: a practice architectures theory analysisGoldsmith, R; Willey, K
1-Mar-2018Governing the social, material, textual, and advancing professional learning of doctoral candidates in the contemporary universityManidis, M; Goldsmith, R
2018The otherness of writing in the engineering curriculum: A practice architectures perspectiveGoldsmith, R; Willey, K
12-Dec-2017Using practice architectures to investigate the invisibility of writing practices in the engineering curriculumGoldsmith, R; Willey, K
12-Dec-2017Using practice architectures to investigate the invisibility of writing practices in the engineering curriculumGoldsmith, R; Willey, K
2017Developing three-dimensional engineers through project-based learningInchbold, S; Goldsmith, R
2017Towards Reflective Writing Analytics: Rationale, Methodology and Preliminary ResultsBuckingham Shum, S; Sándor, Á; Goldsmith, R; Bass, R; McWilliams, M
4-Dec-2016Using practice architectures theory to compare consecutive offerings of the same subjectGardner, AP; Goldsmith, R; Vessalas, K; Smith, S; Lim, Y; Bahadori, A; Lake, N; Padilla, R; Rose, A; Doust, K
25-Apr-2016Reflecting on reflective writing analytics: Assessment challenges and iterative evaluation of a prototype toolShum, SB; Sándor, Á; Goldsmith, R; Wang, X; Bass, R; Mcwilliams, M
Jan-2012How can writing develop students' deep approaches to learning in the engineering curriculum?Goldsmith, R; Willey, K; Boud, DJ; Mann, L; Daniel, S
Jan-2011Designing the FutureGoldsmith, R; Reidsema, C; Hadgraft, RG; Campbell, D; Levy, D
2011What do communication skills mean in the construction discipline?Goldsmith, R; Newton, S
Jan-2010Best practice or business as usual? Whose interests are served by the engineering science paradigm?Goldsmith, R; Reidsema, C; Campbell, D; Gardner, A; Jolly, L
Jan-2010Perspectives on teaching and learning engineering design across four universitiesGoldsmith, R; Reidsema, C; Beck, H; Campbell, D; Forsyth, G
2009A paradigm shift from student to researcher: An academic preparation program for international studentsJones, G; Farrell, H; Goldsmith, R