Kathleen Gray
Kathleen Gray
University of Melbourne, Melbourne Medical School, Computing and Information Systems
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First year students' experiences with technology: Are they really digital natives?
GE Kennedy, TS Judd, A Churchward, K Gray, KL Krause
Australasian journal of educational technology 24 (1), 2008
Digital divides? Student and staff perceptions of information and communication technologies
J Waycott, S Bennett, G Kennedy, B Dalgarno, K Gray
Computers & education 54 (4), 1202-1211, 2010
The net generation are not big users of Web 2.0 technologies: Preliminary findings
G Kennedy, B Dalgarno, K Gray, T Judd, J Waycott, SJ Bennett, KA Maton, ...
In their own words: A qualitative study of the reasons Australian university students plagiarize
M Devlin, K Gray
High Education Research & Development 26 (2), 181-198, 2007
Health outcomes and related effects of using social media in chronic disease management: a literature review and analysis of affordances
M Merolli, K Gray, F Martin-Sanchez
Journal of biomedical informatics 46 (6), 957-969, 2013
Medical students’ use of Facebook to support learning: Insights from four case studies
K Gray, L Annabell, G Kennedy
Medical teacher 32 (12), 971-976, 2010
Immigrants and natives: Investigating differences between staff and students' use of technology
G Kennedy, B Dalgarno, S Bennett, T Judd, K Gray, R Chang
Annual conference of the Australasian society for computers in learning in …, 2008
Educating the Net Generation: A Handbook of findings for Practice and Policy.
G Kennedy, B Dalgarno, S Bennett, K Gray, J Waycott, T Judd, A Bishop, ...
University of Melbourne Press, 2009
Students as Web 2.0 authors: Implications for assessment design and conduct
K Gray, C Thompson, J Sheard, R Clerehan, M Hamilton
Australasian Journal of Educational Technology 26 (1), 2010
Questioning the net generation: A collaborative project in Australian higher education
G Kennedy, K Krause, K Gray, T Judd, SJ Bennett, KA Maton, B Dalgarno, ...
Introducing an online community into a clinical education setting: a pilot study of student and staff engagement and outcomes using blended learning
K Gray, J Tobin
BMC medical education 10, 1-9, 2010
EHealth technologies in inflammatory bowel disease: a systematic review
BD Jackson, K Gray, SR Knowles, P De Cruz
Journal of Crohn's and Colitis 10 (9), 1103-1121, 2016
The use of self-quantification systems for personal health information: big data management activities and prospects
M Almalki, K Gray, FM Sanchez
Health information science and systems 3, 1-11, 2015
Use of social web technologies by international and domestic undergraduate students: implications for internationalising learning and teaching in Australian universities
K Gray, S Chang, G Kennedy
Technology, Pedagogy and Education 19 (1), 31-46, 2010
‘Net Generation’medical students: technological experiences of pre-clinical and clinical students
G Kennedy, K Gray, J Tse
Medical teacher 30 (1), 10-16, 2008
Telemedicine interventions for gestational diabetes mellitus: a systematic review and meta-analysis
TM Rasekaba, J Furler, I Blackberry, M Tacey, K Gray, K Lim
Diabetes research and clinical practice 110 (1), 1-9, 2015
Therapeutic affordances of social media: emergent themes from a global online survey of people with chronic pain
M Merolli, K Gray, F Martin-Sanchez
Journal of Medical Internet Research 16 (12), e284, 2014
Patient-generated health data management and quality challenges in remote patient monitoring
R Abdolkhani, K Gray, A Borda, R DeSouza
JAMIA open 2 (4), 471-478, 2019
Patient-reported outcomes and therapeutic affordances of social media: findings from a global online survey of people with chronic pain
M Merolli, K Gray, F Martin-Sanchez, G Lopez-Campos
Journal of medical Internet research 17 (1), e20, 2015
Web 2.0 authorship: Issues of referencing and citation for academic integrity
K Gray, C Thompson, R Clerehan, J Sheard, M Hamilton
The Internet and Higher Education 11 (2), 112-118, 2008
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