2016 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of the Arts and Humanities
Sue Bennett mainly focuses on Higher education, Pedagogy, Digital native, Educational technology and The Internet. Her research integrates issues of Experiential learning, Instructional design, Knowledge management and Web 2.0 in her study of Higher education. Her research on Pedagogy often connects related topics like Mathematics education.
Her Digital native research includes themes of Information and Communications Technology, Emerging technologies and Net generation. Net generation connects with themes related to Traditional education in her study. Her Educational technology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Coursework, Teaching method and Engineering ethics.
Sue Bennett focuses on Higher education, Educational technology, Pedagogy, Knowledge management and Mathematics education. Her Higher education research incorporates themes from Digital native, Public relations, The Internet, Web 2.0 and Library science. The concepts of her Digital native study are interwoven with issues in Emerging technologies and Everyday life.
Her work deals with themes such as Active learning, Instructional design, Engineering ethics and Learning design, which intersect with Educational technology. Her Pedagogy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Information and Communications Technology, Digital divide and Medical education. Her study in the field of Collaborative learning also crosses realms of Information technology.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Higher education, Educational technology, Mathematics education, Engineering ethics and Knowledge management. Her research in Higher education intersects with topics in Cognitive psychology, Teaching method, Pedagogy and Perception. Her Educational technology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social capital, Educational research, Cultural capital and Sustainability.
Mathematics education is closely attributed to Digital native in her research. Her Engineering ethics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Practice theory and Negotiation. Her work in Knowledge management tackles topics such as Controlled vocabulary which are related to areas like Search engine indexing and Metadata schema.
Her primary areas of investigation include Higher education, Teaching method, Engineering ethics, Educational technology and Instructional design. The Higher education study which covers Knowledge management that intersects with Negotiation and Compromise. Her work is dedicated to discovering how Teaching method, Management science are connected with Assessment design and other disciplines.
Sue Bennett combines subjects such as Practice theory and Pedagogy with her study of Engineering ethics. Pedagogy is closely attributed to Process in her work. Her Educational technology research includes elements of Social science, Social capital, Social theory and Educational research.
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The 'digital natives' debate: a critical review of the evidence
Susan J Bennett;Karl A Maton;Lisa Kervin.
British Journal of Educational Technology (2008)
Beyond the ‘digital natives’ debate: Towards a more nuanced understanding of students' technology experiences
Susan J Bennett;Karl A Maton.
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning (2010)
Disordered eating attitudes and behaviours in teenaged girls: a school-based study
Jennifer M. Jones;Susan Bennett;Marion P. Olmsted;Margaret L. Lawson.
Canadian Medical Association Journal (2001)
Implementing Web 2.0 technologies in higher education: A collective case study
Sue Bennett;Andrea Bishop;Barney Dalgarno;Jenny Waycott.
Computer Education (2012)
Digital divides? Student and staff perceptions of information and communication technologies
Jenny Waycott;Sue Bennett;Gregor Kennedy;Barney Dalgarno.
Computer Education (2010)
The net generation are not big users of Web 2.0 technologies: Preliminary findings
Gregor Kennedy;Barney Dalgarno;Kathleen Gray;Terry Judd.
ICT: providing choices for learners and learning, the Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE 2007), Singapore, 02-05 December 2007 / Roger Atkinson, Clare McBeath, Alan Soong Swee Kit and Chris Cheers (eds.) (2007)
Becoming an Online Teacher: Adapting to a Changed Environment for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.
Sue Bennett;Lori Lockyer.
Educational Media International (2004)
Immigrants and natives: Investigating differences between staff and students' use of technology
Gregor Kennedy;Barney Dalgarno;Susan J Bennett;Terry Judd.
Hello! Where are you in the landscape of educational technology?, the Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE 2008), Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 30 November-03 December 2008 / Roger Atkinson and Clare McBeath (eds.) (2008)
Educating the Net Generation – A Handbook of Findings for Practice and Policy
Gregor Kennedy;Barney Dalgarno;Sue Bennett;Kathleen Gray.
The Larnaca Declaration on Learning Design – 2013
James Dalziel;Grainne Conole;Sandra Wills;Simon Walker.
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