Zelma has been a Business and Management academic with three Australian universities over 23 years and is particularly interested in curriculum development and the scholarship of learning and teaching.


Publications:
Transferable Skills in the Curriculum: UK and Australian Academic and Student Perspectives

A comparative study of the academic and student perspectives of incorporating transferable skills into the undergraduate curriculum.

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Realising the Educational Potential of Student Tours

Using farm and industry visits as an educational strategy to bridge academic learning and industry practice.

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Academics Writing and Learning Together: Using Writing Groups to Promote Scholarship of Teaching

This paper reports on the use of a practitioner-research approach to evaluate writing groups as a way of helping academics become scholarly writers about their teaching.

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Have Passport Will Learn: Policy to Pedagogy; Internationalising the Curriculum with Study Abroad Tours

This paper explores the pedagogical soundness of the study abroad tour and its contribution in meeting the policy demands for internationalizing curriculum.

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Women as Bosses: A Snapshot from a Generational Perspective

This paper explores the attitudes, experiences, and perspectives of Generation Y, Generation X, and Baby Boomers working for a female boss. The aim was to identify any differences between generations.

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Published online: July 30, 2015

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