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Assoc. Prof. Catherine McLoughlin Name: Assoc. Prof. Catherine McLoughlin
Associate Professor (Education)
Email
catherine.mcloughlin@acu.edu.au
Phone
+612 6209 1132
Fax
+612 6209 1112
Organisational Area
Faculty of Education and Arts
Department
School of Education NSW/ACT - Canberra
Location
Canberra
Building 300 - Blackfriars Building (127 Phillip Avenue, Watson ACT 2602)-Level 1-Room 300.1.07
Biographical Information

Associate Professor, School of Education, ACU National Canberra, 2002 to present

Coordinator, MTeach and GRCE (Secondary Teacher Education)

Email: catherine.mcloughlin@acu.edu.au

Publications

McLoughlin, C., & Lee, M. J. W. (2014). Beyond friending: Psychosocial engagement on Facebook and its implications for academic success. In M. Kent & T. Leaver (Eds.), An education in Facebook? Higher education and the world's largest social network. New York, NY: Routledge.

McLoughlin, C. (2014) Open, flexible and participatory pedagogy in the era of globalisation: Open education and international eLearning. In V.C.X Wang (Ed) International education and the next generation workforce (pp224-240) Hershey PA: IGI Global

McLoughlin, C.  & Nagabhushan, P.  (2014) Global examples of approaches to teacher education in the 21st century: Creating theory praxis nexus through collaboration (PP 237-258). In P. Breen (Ed) Cases in teacher identity, diversity and cognition in higher education. Hershey PA: IGI Global

McLoughlin, C. Lee, M. J. W., (2013). Using social software tools to facilitate peer e-mentoring and self-reflection among students on practicum. In S. P. Ferris & H. A. Wilder (Eds.), The plugged-in professor: Techniques for teaching with social media (pp. 301–317). Cambridge, UK: Elsevier & Chandos.

McLoughlin, C. & Loch, B. (2012). Engaging students in cognitive and metacognitive processes using screencasts. In T. Amiel & B. Wilson (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2012 (pp. 1107-1110). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
Retrieved from http://www.editlib.org/p/40891

McLoughlin, C. (2012)  Leading Pedagogical Change with Innovative Web Tools and Social Media. In  Victor C X. Wang (Ed). Encyclopedia of E-Leadership, Counselling and Training (pp1-11) Hershey, USA: IGI Global

Loch, B & McLoughlin C. (2012) Teaching threshold concepts in engineering mathematics using MathsCasts. In Proceedings of the Australasian Association for Engineering Education Conference (23rd). L. Mann & S. Daniel (Eds). The Engineering & Science Education Research (ESER) group, Faculty of Engineering & Industrial Sciences, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia. ISBN: 9780987177230 ©

Lee, M. J. W., & McLoughlin, C. (Eds) (2011). Web 2.0-based e-learning: Applying social informatics for tertiary teaching. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference. See publisher's website. http://www.igi-global.com/book/web-based-learning/40272

McLoughlin, C., & Lee, M. J. W. (2011). Pedagogy 2.0: Critical challenges and responses to Web 2.0 and social software in tertiary teaching. In M. J. W. Lee & C. McLoughlin (Eds), Web 2.0-based e-learning: applying social informatics for tertiary teaching (pp. 43–69). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference. See http://www.igi-global.com/book/web-based-learning/40272

McLoughlin, C. (2011). Pedagogical change with innovative web tools and social media. International Journal of Adult Vocational Education and Technology 2(1) 13-22

Burgess, J,. & McLoughlin C. (2011) Investigating cyberbullying: Emerging research and e-safety strategies within families and communities. Communities, Children and Families Australia, 6 (1), 1-11

McLoughlin, C. & Alam, S.L. (2011). Digital literacy and e-citizenship skills: A case study in applying web 2.0 tools. In T. Bastiaens & M. Ebner (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2011 (pp. 3505-3510). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
Retrieved from http://www.editlib.org/p/38361.

McLoughlin, C., & Lee, M. J. W. (2008). Future learning landscapes: Transforming pedagogy through social software. Innovate: International online Journal, 4(5), online at http://www.innovateonline.info/index.php?view=issue&id=26.

McLoughlin, C & Lee, M.J.W. (2008). The 3 P’s of pedagogy for the networked society: Personalization, participation, and productivity. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 19(3).

Lee, M., & McLoughlin, C (2007). Teaching and learning in the Web 2.0 era: Empowering students through learner-generated content. International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning, 4(10). Available online at http://itdl.org/Journal/Oct_07/article02.htm.

Lee, M. J. W., McLoughlin, C, & Chan, A. (2007). Talk the talk: Learner generated podcasts as catalysts for knowledge creation. British Journal of Education Technology, Online Early Articles, August 16 2007, Available online at http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/doi/pdf/10.1111/j.1467-8535.2007.00746.x

McLoughlin, C, Lee, M., & Chan, A. (2006). Using student generated podcasts to foster reflection and metacognition. Australian Educational Computing, 21(2), 34-4.

McLoughlin, C, Lee, M., & Chan, A. (2006). Using student generated podcasts to foster reflection and metacognition. Australian Educational Computing, 21(2), 34-40.

McLoughlin, C, & Discheva, D. (2003). Web- based educational environments for lifelong learning. International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Lifelong Learning, 13(1/2), 1-4.

McLoughlin, C (2002). Computer supported teamwork: an integrative approach to evaluating cooperative learning in an online environment. Australian Journal of Educational Technology, 18(2), 227-254.

McLoughlin, C (2002). Designing an effective Web-based environment for collaboration and teamwork. International Journal of Continuing Engineering and Lifelong Learning, Vol 12, 5/6, 371-389.

McLoughlin, C (2002). Learner support in distance and networked learning environments: Ten dimensions for successful design. Distance Education, 23(2), 149-162.

McLoughlin, C (2002). The online experience: Implications of Web-based learning for student support in the first year. Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Student Services Association, 19(1), 18-19.

McLoughlin, C, & Luca, J. (2002). A learner-centered approach to developing team skills through Web-based learning and assessment. British Journal of Educational Technology, 33(5), 571-582

McLoughlin, C (2001). Inclusivity and alignment: Principles of pedagogy, task and assessment design for effective cross-cultural online learning. Distance Education, 22(1), 7-29

Oliver, R., & McLoughlin, C (2001). Exploring the practice and development of generic skills through Web-based learning. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 10(3), 307-325.

Hollingworth, R., & McLoughlin, C (2001). Developing science students’ metacognitive problem-solving skills online. Australian Journal of Educational Technology, 17(1), 50-63 available online at http://cleo.murdoch.edu.au/ajet/ajet17/res/hollingworth.html.

McLoughlin, C (2000). Creating partnerships for generative learning and systemic change: Redefining academic roles and relationships in support of learning. International Journal of Academic Development, 5(2), 116-128.

Oliver, R., & McLoughlin, C (2000). Web-based learning and generic skills development. UniServe Science news, 15(1), 3-7.

McLoughlin, C, & Oliver, R. (2000). Designing learning environments for cultural inclusivity: A case study of Indigenous online learning at tertiary level. Australian Journal of Educational Technology, 16(1), 58-72 online at: http://cleo.murdoch.edu.au/ajet/ajet16/mcloughlin.html.

Oliver, R., & McLoughlin, C (2000). Web-based learning and generic skills development. UniServe Science news, 15(1), 3-7.

McLoughlin, C (1999). Culturally responsive technology use: Developing an online community of learners. British Journal of Educational Technology, 30(3), 231-244.

McLoughlin, C (1999). The implications of the research literature on learning styles for the design of instructional material. Australian Journal of Educational Technology, 15(3), 222-241 online at:
http://cleo.murdoch.edu.au/ajet/ajet215/mcloughlin.html.

McLoughlin, C (1999). Providing enrichment and acceleration in the electronic classroom. Journal of Special Education Technology, 14(2), 54-69.

Oliver, R., & McLoughlin, C (1999). Curriculum and learning-resource issues arising from the use of Web-based course support systems. International Journal of Educational Telecommunications, 5(4), 419-438.

McLoughlin, C, & Oliver, R. (1998). Planning a telelearning environment to foster higher order thinking. Distance Education, 19(2), 242-264.

McLoughlin, C, & Oliver, R. (1998). Interactivity in telearning environments: using communication and dialogue meaningfully in the learning process. Open Praxis, 1, 9-13.

McLoughlin, C, & Oliver, R. (1998). Maximising the language and learning link in computer learning environments. British Journal of Educational Technology, 29(2), 125-136.

McLoughlin, C, & Oliver, R. (1998). Meeting the needs of gifted and talented students through technology supported distance teaching. Australian Journal of Educational Technology, 14(1), 35-48.

McLoughlin, C, & Oliver, R. (1997). Learning processes in talkback television. ODLAA Papers, 3(Februray), 39-45.

Oliver, R., & McLoughlin, C (1997). Interactions in audiographics teaching and learning environments. The American Journal of Distance Education, 11(1), 34-54.

Oliver, R., & McLoughlin, C (1997). Interaction patterns in teaching and learning with live interactive television. Journal of Educational Media, 23(1), 7-24.

McLoughlin, C, Oliver, R., & Wood, D. (1997). Teaching and learning in telematics classrooms. Australian Educational Computing, 12(1), 9-15.

McLoughlin, C (1995). Tertiary literacy: A constructivist perspective. Open Letter: Australian Journal for Adult literacy, Research and Practice, 5(2), 27-42.

 

Research

Educational psychology, inclusive learning environments, digital age schools, teacher education, educational planning and school change, design of learning environments for students with special needs, innovative  teaching and assessment,   teacher professional learning, cross cultural education,  desiging 21st century classrooms,  sense of belonging at school

Experience
Associate Professor Catherine McLoughlin works at ACU National and is currently Coordinator of SIMERR ACT, the Research Centre for Science, Information Technology and Mathematics Education for Rural and Regional Australia (SiMERR) at the School of Education, Canberra. Catherine is the author of journal articles, book chapters and conference papers on a wide range of topics related to innovative pedagogy, design of culturally inclusive learning environments, innovative pedagogies, lifelong learning and invlusive ducation.
Catherine ison the editorial boards of a number of leading international journals in the fields of inclusive education, learning sciences and  educational technology. Through  professional organizations, Catherine mentors early careers researchers and offers workshops on research methods, educational methodology and project design. Prior to working ACU National Catherine held positions in academic development and instructional design at The University of New England, Edith Cowan University and the University of Western Australia.
 


 

Professional Memberships

 

ARACY: Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth

CDA: Children with a Disability Australia

HERDSA: Higher Education, Research and Development Society of Australasia

EDUCAUSE: https://www.educause.edu/

ASCILITE: Association for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education

ISLS: International Society of the Learning Sciences

 

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