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Ms Dawn Marsh

Dawn Marsh

Senior Tutor, Student Learning, Centre for Tertiary Teaching & Learning

Qualifications: BSocSc MEd Waik BA(ILS) TOPNZ GradDipArts Massey

Personal Website: https://nz.linkedin.com/in/dawn-marsh-b2aa8aa0

About Dawn

I am a University of Waikato graduate and work as a senior tutor in the Centre for Tertiary Teaching and Learning. My role involves assisting students at all levels of study to develop their academic skills and literacies. I have previously worked in local government and tertiary administration, community news reporting, and school and public libraries.

Papers Taught

Research Interests

My research focuses on undergraduate education, particularly transition to tertiary study; academic skills development; the work of tertiary learning advisors; open educational practice (OEP); intellectual history; and the value of the liberal arts and humanities.

Recent Research

Tur, G., Havemann, L., Marsh, D., Keefer, J., & Nascimbeni, F. (in press). Becoming an open educator: Towards an open threshold framework. Studies in Philosophy and Education.

Havemann, L., & Marsh, J.D. (2018, December). Mapping our past and our future: Towards a multidimensional understanding of learning development as Open Educational Practice (OEP). Paper presented at the Association of Tertiary Learning Advisers of Aotearoa New Zealand (ATLAANZ) Conference, Wellington, New Zealand.

Marsh, J.D. (2018, December). Learning development at a distance: New tools for new times? Paper presented at the Association of Tertiary Learning Advisers of Aotearoa New Zealand (ATLAANZ) Conference, Wellington, New Zealand.

Tur, G. & Marín, V.I. [with contributions by Havemann, L., Keefer, J., Marsh, J.D., Nascimbeni, F., Crump, H., Baker, N., & Cruz, M.]. (2018, April). Open education as a threshold concept in teacher education: A theoretical framework for further research. Paper presented at OER18: Open to All: 9th Annual Conference for Open Education Research, Practice and Policy, Bristol, United Kingdom. Retrieved from https://oer18.oerconf.org/sessions/open-education-as-a-threshold-concept-in-teacher-education-a-theoretical-framework-for-further-research-1907/

Havemann, L. & Marsh, J.D. (2018, April). On the Map: Towards a multidimensional understanding of Open Educational Practices. Paper presented at OER18: Open to All: 9th Annual Conference for Open Education Research, Practice and Policy, Bristol, United Kingdom. Retrieved from https://oer18.oerconf.org/sessions/on-the-map-towards-a-multidimensional-understanding-of-open-educational-practices-1943/

Havemann, L., & Marsh, J.D. (2018, February). Putting open educational practices on the map. Paper presented at the inaugural Scholarship of Technology Enhanced Learning (SOTEL) symposium, Auckland, New Zealand.

Marsh, J.D., & Campion, J. (2018). Academic integrity and referencing: Whose responsibility is it? Journal of Academic Language and Learning,  12(1), A213-A226. Retrieved from http://journal.aall.org.au/index.php/jall/article/view/546/299

Havemann, L., & Marsh, J.D. (2017, November). An open question: Beyond a resource and technology based understanding of Open Educational Practice (OEP). Paper presented at the inaugural LEARNfest conference, Hamilton, New Zealand.

Campion, J., & Marsh, J.D. (2017, November). Academic integrity and referencing: Whose job is it anyway? Paper presented at the inaugural LEARNfest conference, Hamilton, New Zealand.

Marsh, J.D., & Campion, J. (2017). Academic integrity and referencing: Whose job is it anyway? Paper presented at the Academic Language and Learning Advisors conference. Geelong, Australia. Retrieved from http://d1qmdf3vop2l07.cloudfront.net/azure-shark1.cloudvent.net/compressed/de794e9bb182c6820dfe5c2a66981830.pdf

Marsh, J.D. (2017, September). Losing our humanity? Student perspectives on the value of the BA degree in a neoliberal age. Paper accepted for the HASS Futures: Bachelor of Arts conference. Brisbane, Australia. Retrieved from http://www.hassfutures.org/uploads/8/7/6/2/87626710/conference_abstracts_paper2.pdf

Marsh, J.D., & Eastwood, K.R. (2017). SciBoost: A collaborative approach to enhancing Māori and Pacific achievement in Science and Engineering. Association of Tertiary Learning Advisors and Teachers Journal, 1. http://dx.doi.org/10.26473/ATLAANZ.2017.2.1/005

Marsh, J.D. (2017, June). For Māori by Māori: How language limits learning development and everybody loses. Paper presented at the Association of Tertiary Learning Advisers of Aotearoa New Zealand (ATLAANZ) Northern Regional Hui. Hamilton, New Zealand.

Eastwood, K., & Marsh, J.D. (2017, June). Keystone relationships: Enhancing Māori student success in science and engineering. Paper presented at the Association of Tertiary Learning Advisers of Aotearoa New Zealand (ATLAANZ) Northern Regional Hui. Hamilton, New Zealand.

Marsh, J.D. (2017, April). Valuing the BA: Can listening to the student voice rehumanise higher education? Paper presented at the European Consortium for Humanities Institutes and Centres conference, Edinburgh, Scotland. Retrieved from https://www.iash.ed.ac.uk/echic-2017-conference-programme-insideout

Marsh, J.D., & De Luca, R.J. (2016). Transformative insights: A synthesis of threshold concept theory and graduate attributes. Waikato Journal of Education, 21(1), 175-188. Retrieved from http://www.wje.org.nz/index.php/WJE/article/view/208

Haines, A., Marsh, D., & Johnson, E. M. (2012, November). The 4 x 4 strategy for writing improvement. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of Tertiary Learning Advisers of Aotearoa New Zealand (ATLAANZ). Hamilton, New Zealand.

Keywords

Adult Education; Arts and Language Education; History of Education; Morals and Ethics; Pedagogy; Philosophy; Social Sciences and Education; Teaching and Learning; Tertiary Education


Contact Details

Name  Extn.  Username  Room  Department
Marsh, Ms Dawn 4172 dawnm M.1.04 Centre for Tertiary Teaching & Learning

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