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Dr Duncan Nulty Name: Dr Duncan Nulty
Associate Professor (Manager) Academic Development
Phone
+612 9465 9079
Organisational Area
Learning and Teaching Centre
Department
Academic Development
Location
North Sydney
Building 532 - Tenison Woods House (8-20 Napier Street, North Sydney NSW 2060)-Level 17-Room 532.17.09
Biographical Information

Dr Duncan Nulty is nationally and internationally recognised for his expertise on: institutional policy and practice in the assessment of student learning academic standards curriculum design and, the evaluation of educational programs (including student evaluation).

He has a significant and sustained record of academic leadership, research, and community service with a particular emphasis on leadership and institutional change in relation to strategic issues of institution-wide impact and significance.

Dr Nulty has authored and co-authored many high quality refereed publications in highly  ranked journals, and book chapters with reputable international publishers. He has led, co-lead, been a team member, or active contributor in 10 teaching and learning development grants.

Duncan has a demonstrable record of high standards and innovation in teaching.

Publications

See Google Citations Profile:

https://scholar.google.com.au/citations?hl=en&user=TGn5X7wAAAAJ

Selected Book Chapters

Tolmie, D. and Nulty, D. D. (2015) Aligning student attitudes, assessment, and curriculum design: A case study using &ldquoMy Life as a Musician&rdquo vocational preparation strand. Chapter 19. In Lebler, D. Carey, C. and Harrison, S. (Eds). Assessment in Music: From Policy to Practice. Springer.

Nulty, D. D. (2011) Assessment from the Students&rsquo perspective. Chapter 9. In Müller, M. and Nulty, D. D. Survive and Thrive: Learning skills for your first year of university. p 187-204

Nulty, D. D. (2011) Sitting Exams at University. Chapter 10. In Müller, M. and Nulty, D. D.  Survive and Thrive: Learning skills for your first year of university. p 205-18

Selected journal articles

Henderson, A. Nulty, D. D. Mitchell, M. Jeffrey, C.A. Kelly, M. Groves, M. Glover, P Knight, S. (2013) An Implementation Framework for Using OSCEs in Nursing Curricula. Nurse Education Today. 

Nulty, D. D., Mitchell, M. L., Jeffrey, C., Henderson, A., and Groves, M. (2010) Best Practice Guidelines for use of OSCEs: Maximising value for student learning. Nurse Education Today. Vol 31 (2), p145-151

Nulty, D. D. (2010) Peer and Self Assessment in the First Year of University. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education. iFirst article pages 1-15.

Meyers, N. M. and Nulty. D. D. (2009) How to use (five) curriculum design principles to align authentic learning environments, assessment, students' approaches to thinking, and learning outcomes. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, Vol 34(5), p 565-577.

Nulty. D. D., Kiley, M. and Meyers, N.M. (2009) Promoting and recognising excellence in the supervision of research students: An evidence-based framework. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, Vol 34(5), p 693-707.

Nulty, D. D. (2008) The Adequacy of Response Rates to On-Line and Paper Surveys: What Can be Done?" Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, Vol 33(3), p 1-13.

Nulty, D. D. and Barrett, M. A. (1996) "Transitions in Students' Learning Styles." Studies in Higher Education Vol 22(3), pp. 333-345. 

Williams, J. M. G. and Nulty, D. D. (1986) Construct Accessibility Depression and the Emotional Stroop Task: Transient Mood or Stable Structure? Personality and Individual Differences, Vol. 7, No. 4, pp 485-491.

Selected conference papers

Nulty, D. D. (2012) Assuring Academic Standards by Building Trust in Academics Judgements: Development and Implementation of an Institution-Wide Framework. Paper presented at the Ireland International Conference for Education. Dublin. April 16-18.  

Nulty. D. D. (2011) Quality assurance of assessment through consensus moderation: A reporting framework for institutional engagement. Paper presented at the Annual Conference for The Society for Research in Higher Education: Positive Futures for higher education connections, communities and criticality.  Newport, Wales. December 7-9.

Nulty. D. D. (2011) What &hellip? Consensus moderation? But, you&rsquore probably doing it already! Paper presented at the Annual Conference for The Society for Research in Higher Education: Positive Futures for higher education connections, communities and criticality.  Newport, Wales. December 7-9

Nulty. D. D. (2011) Consensus moderation for quality assurance of assessment: Overcoming the illusion of consensus. Paper presented at the Annual Conference for The Society for Research in Higher Education: Positive Futures for higher education connections, communities and criticality.  Newport, Wales. December 7-9. 

Nulty. D. D. (2011) Survival in the academy: Policy challenges for maintaining academic standards in higher education. Paper presented as the Annual Conference for The Society for Research in Higher Education: Positive Futures for higher education connections, communities and criticality.  Newport, Wales. December 7-9.

 

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