Research Publications for Alison M Campbell
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Moffat, K., & Bond, M. (2017). New Zealand. The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 52(4), 698-710. doi:10.1177/0021989417731418
Frielick, S., Keegan, T. T. A., Campbell, A., Kuruvila, A., & McIsaac, J. (2017). Professional recognition of tertiary teaching - a connected teacher panel. In LEARNFest 2017, Waikato University.
Campbell, A. M. (2014). Science communication: blogging, pecha kucha, and reaching the undecided (& everybody else!). In Absolutely Positively Science, a Conference for Women in Science. Wellington, New Zealand.
Campbell, A. (2014). Active by design: a flipping experience. In WCELfest14. Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Campbell, A. M. (2014). Not science as I know it. New Zealand Skeptic, 111, 22-23.
Campbell, A. (2014). Policy engagement session. In Transforming Public Engagement on Controversial Science & Technology. Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Campbell, A. M. (2014). Biological curiosities of the animal world Barely imagined beings: the gonad-footed shrimp and other strange creatures. In Cafe Scientifique. Retrieved from http://www.houseofscience.org.nz/
Campbell, A. (2013). Plagiarism in the NZ tertiary sector. In Radio New Zealand interview with Jim Mora,.
Campbell, A. (2013). Leadership of learning. In Great Teaching and Learning Ideas from Winners of Tertiary Teaching Excellence Awards. Conference held at Auckland.
Campbell, A. (2013). Does breastfeeding really have an impact on a child's social mobility?. In Radio New Zealand interview,.