Dr Jade McKay
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Innovators or inhibitors? Accounting faculty resistance to new educational technologies in higher education
K Watty, J McKay, L Ngo
Journal of Accounting Education 36, 1-15, 2016
952016
Effective teaching and support of students from low socioeconomic status backgrounds: Resources for Australian higher education
M Devlin, S Kift, K Nelson, L Smith, J McKay
Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education, 2012
822012
‘Uni has a different language… to the real world’: Demystifying academic culture and discourse for students from low socioeconomic backgrounds
J McKay, M Devlin
Higher Education Research & Development 33 (5), 949-961, 2014
622014
‘Low income doesn't mean stupid and destined for failure': challenging the deficit discourse around students from low SES backgrounds in higher education
J McKay, M Devlin
International Journal of Inclusive Education 20 (4), 347-363, 2016
542016
Pathways to higher education: The efficacy of enabling and sub-bachelor pathways for disadvantaged students
T Pitman, S Trinidad, M Devlin, A Harvey, M Brett, J McKay
Curtin University. National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education, 2016
472016
Teaching students using technology: Facilitating success for students from low socioeconomic status backgrounds in Australian universities
M Devlin, J McKay
Australasian Journal of Educational Technology 32 (1), 2016
382016
Effective teaching and support of students from low socioeconomic status backgrounds: Practical advice for teaching staff
M Devlin, K Nelson, K Kift, L Smith, J McKay
Office for Learning and Teaching, 2012
352012
Effective teaching and support of students from low socioeconomic backgrounds: Resources for Australian higher education
M Devlin, S Kift, K Nelson, L Smith, J McKay
Retrieved March 3, 2015, 2012
262012
Reframing'the problem': Students from low socioeconomic status backgrounds transitioning to university
M Devlin, J McKay
University of Adelaide Press, 2014
242014
Effective teaching and support of students from low socioeconomic status backgrounds: Resources for Australian higher education. Final Report 2012
M Devlin, S Kift, K Nelson, L Smith, J McKay
Sydney, NSW, 2012
222012
Facilitating success for students from low socioeconomic status backgrounds at regional universities
M Devlin, J McKay
Victoria: Federation University, 2017
142017
Towards a global model of accounting education
K Watty, S Sugahara, N Abayadeera, L Perera, J McKay
Accounting Research Journal, 2014
142014
The impact of enabling programs on Indigenous participation, success and retention in Australian higher education
T Pitman, A Harvey, J McKay, M Devlin, S Trinidad, M Brett
Indigenous pathways, transitions and participation in higher education, 235-249, 2017
132017
Innovators or inhibitors
K Watty, J McKay, L Ngo
Accounting faculty, 2016
132016
Teaching auditing using cases in an online learning environment: The role of ePortfolio assessment
DG Mihret, N Abayadeera, K Watty, J McKay
Accounting Education 26 (4), 335-357, 2017
112017
Effective teaching and support of students from low socioeconomic status backgrounds: Practical advice for institutional policy makers and leaders
M Devlin, S Kift, K Nelson, L Smith, J McKay
Retrieved from Effective teaching and support of students from low …, 2012
112012
Inclusive teaching and support of students from low socioeconomic status backgrounds: A brief discussion paper
M Devlin, J McKay
Higher Education Research Group, Deakin University, Australia, 2011
112011
Widening participation in Australia: lessons on equity, standards, and institutional leadership
J McKay, M Devlin
Widening higher education participation, 161-179, 2016
102016
Pedagogy and ePortfolios: purpose aligned to design (or the why and how)
K Watty, J McKay
International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning 10 (3), 194-207, 2015
102015
Teaching inclusively online in a massified university system
M Devlin, J McKay
Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning 20 (1), 146-166, 2018
92018
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