Michael Kilmister
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An important, but neglected aspect of learning assistance in higher education: Exploring the digital learning capacity of academic language and learning practitioners
A Podorova, S Irvine, M Kilmister, R Hewison, A Janssen, A Speziali, ...
Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice 16 (4), 3, 2019
Treading on sacred ground? Confronting the Anzac myth in higher education
M Kilmister, J Bennett, M Ford, J Debenham
History Compass 15 (8), e12395, 2017
Breaking disciplinary walls in the examination of anzac as religion
B Slocombe, M Kilmister
Human Arenas 4 (2), 239-256, 2021
Justice-centred curriculum: Decolonising educational practices to create lateral learning spaces online
HH Askland, R Irwin, M Kilmister
Access: Critical explorations of equity in higher education 10 (1), 7-25, 2022
No Vacancy: History and Meaning of Contemporary Ruins in a Regional Australian City
N Cushing, M Kilmister, N Scott
Ruin Porn and the Obsession with Decay, 155-177, 2018
Partnerships and Pedagogy: Transforming the BA Online
C Lloyd, A Herb, M Kilmister, C Coleborne
7th International Conference on Higher Education Advances (HEAd'21), 925-932, 2021
Challenging Anzac myths in tertiary teaching: engaging preservice teachers
M Ford, J Bennett, M Kilmister
Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice 16 (5), 5, 2019
Antipodean Imperialist: Sir John Latham, a Political Biography, 1902 to 1934
M Kilmister
PhD thesis, University of Newcastle, 2018
Connecting the pages: Aligning online course development with academic professional development for student success in online learning
C Lloyd, A Herb, M Kilmister
Advances in Online Education: A Peer-Reviewed Journal 1 (3), 296-307, 2023
Shifting Loyalties: Three leading Anglo-Australian conservatives and the rise of fascist militarism, 1931–1941
M Kilmister
“That’s what she said”: The role of learning advisers and peers in developing discursive knowledge and academic literacy.
L Hayes, MM Kilmister
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