Dr Cathy Stone
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“I ‘feel’like I am at university even though I am online.” Exploring how students narrate their engagement with higher education institutions in an online learning environment
S O’Shea, C Stone, J Delahunty
Distance Education 36 (1), 41-58, 2015
Time, money, leisure and guilt-the gendered challenges of higher education for mature-age students
C Stone, S O'shea
Australian Journal of Adult Learning 53 (1), 90-110, 2013
Opportunity through online learning: Improving student access, participation and success in higher education
C Stone
National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education, 2017
Listening to individual voices and stories-the mature-age student experience
C Stone
Australian Journal of Adult Learning 48 (2), 263-290, 2008
Transformations and self-discovery: mature-age women's reflections on returning to university study
S O'Shea, C Stone
Studies in Continuing Education 33 (3), 273-288, 2011
Older, online and first: Recommendations for retention and success
C Stone, S O'Shea
Australasian Journal of Educational Technology 35 (1), 2019
Opportunity through online learning: Experiences of first-in-family students in online open-entry higher education Cathy Stone, Sarah O'Shea, Josephine May, Janine Delahunty …
C Stone, S O'Shea, J May, J Delahunty, Z Partington
Australian Journal of Adult Learning 56 (2), 146-169, 2016
Interactivity, connectedness and'teacher-presence': Engaging and retaining students online.
C Stone, M Springer
Australian Journal of Adult Learning 59 (2), 146-169, 2019
Chronicling engagement: Students’ experience of online learning over time
T Muir, N Milthorpe, C Stone, J Dyment, E Freeman, B Hopwood
Distance Education 40 (2), 262-277, 2019
First-in-family students, university experience and family life: Motivations, transitions and participation
S O'Shea, J May, C Stone, J Delahunty
Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2017
Online learning in Australian higher education: Opportunities, challenges and transformations
C Stone
Student Success 10 (2), 1, 2019
Transformations and self discovery: Stories of women returning to education
C Stone, S O'Shea
Common Ground Publishing, 2012
Discourses of betterment and opportunity: Exploring the privileging of university attendance for first-in-family learners
S O’Shea, C Stone, J Delahunty, J May
Studies in Higher Education 43 (6), 1020-1033, 2018
Equal or equitable?: The role of flexibility within online education
C Stone, E Freeman, JE Dyment, T Muir, N Milthorpe
Australian and International Journal of Rural Education 29 (2), 26-40, 2019
Seeking the passionate career: first‐in‐family enabling students and the idea of the Australian university
J May, J Delahunty, S O'Shea, C Stone
Higher Education Quarterly 70 (4), 384-399, 2016
Breaking the barriers: Supporting and engaging first-in-family university learners and their families
SE O'Shea, J May, C Stone
The hero's journey: stories of women returning to education
S O'Shea, C Stone
Beyond busy work: Rethinking the measurement of online student engagement
J Dyment, C Stone, N Milthorpe
Higher Education Research & Development 39 (7), 1440-1453, 2020
Engaging Students across Distance and Place:.
C Stone
Journal of the Australian & New Zealand Student Services Association, 2012
My children… think it’s cool that Mum is a uni student: Women with caring responsibilities studying online.
CMM Stone, SE O'Shea
Australasian Journal of Educational Technology 35 (6), 97-110, 2019
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