Academic Writing

Watch Your Language, Education News, 1980, 16/4,42-6

Educational Television – the gulf between researchers and producers, Journal of Educational Television, 1981, 8, 91-98.

A Producer’s Response to the New Technologies, Educational Media International,1982, Vol 3, 19-21.

Les Médias d’Enseignement en Australie, 8 me Rencontre Nationale d’ICOM, Bordeaux, 1983

Educational Television in Australian Higher Education, Educational Television Association — Conference ’83, York, 1983.

Video and the Control of Knowledge, in Ortrun Zuber-Skerritt (Ed): Video in Higher Education, 1984, Kogan Page, London.

Interactive Video in Education and Training, ACT Papers in TAFE, 1984.

Instructional Design Issues in Interactive Video, Australian Council for Educational Administration, Canberra, 1984.

Videodisc and the Future of Educational Technology, ANZAAS , Canberra, 1984.

Humour in Educational Television, Higher Education Research & Development Society of Australasia, Sydney, 1984.

The French Télétel Network, First Australian VIATEL Conference, Canberra, 1985.

Interactive Video and Foreign Languages Teaching – an Australian/French Co-Production EdTech88, Canberra, September 1988.

Chauvigny – 2 ou 3 choses que je sais d’elle, (Multimedia package for French teaching ) MAPS (Australia & NZ), OAVUP (France), Addison Wesley (USA), 1988.

Interactive Video – Part 1: Introduction, Arts & Education, Feb/March 1990;Part 2: Interactive Video in the Classroom April/May 1990; Part 3: Programming Interactive Video June/July 1990

Interactive Video for the Rest of Us, Society for Applied Learning Technology, Orlando, Feb 1991.

Video, foreign languages teaching and the documentary tradition, SYSTEM, 20(1), 1-13, 1992

The view from ‘Clever City’: Looking at Australian education through promotional videotapes, in John G. Hedberg & James Steele (eds.) Educational Technology for the Clever Country, ASET Publications, 1992

Interactive video in self-access learning – Evaluation issues, Interactive systems for training, education and job performance improvement, SALT Conference proceedings, August 1993

What do students really learn from multimedia? Research on the interaction between multimedia and cognition. Consortium of College and University Media Centers, Conference proceedings, October, 1994

Educational technology and the quality debate: opening the “Black Box”, in Peter Tam (Ed) (1994) Quality in Education — Insights from Different Perspectives, Hong Kong, HKERA

Cognitive Technology in Architecture Education, (with John Bradford and Barry Will), First International Conference on Cognitive Technology, Conference Proceedings, City University of Hong Kong, August, 1995 (pp.197-206)

Computers as cognitive tools in the teaching of Architecture– evaluation of an action learning project, in D. Jonassen & G. McCalla (Eds) (1995) Proceeding of the International Conference on Computers in Education ‘95, Singapore, AACE. (439-445) *Best paper of the Conference

Designing the perfect classroom: the labours of Sisyphus, College and University Media Review, Spring 1996.

Partners in cognition: problem-based learning with computers, Ed-Media 96, AACE, Boston, June 1996

Between the idea and the reality – the case for qualitative research. ITForum , invited Internet discussion paper, March 1997

Describing structural knowledge using Pathfinder Networks, Ed-Media 97, AACE, Calgary June 1997

Researching media and learning: a qualitative approach to data collection, Ed-Media 97, AACE, Calgary June 1997

Engagement+Interaction=Cognition (Keynote), Information Technologies in Education and Training, ICEM & UNESCO, Macau, May 1998

The virtual site visit: QuickTimeVR in Engineering Education, EdMedia’98, Freiburg, June 1998.

Visualising structural knowledge, International Conference on Computers in Education, Beijing, October 1998.

The end of an era for the BUMC, College and University Media Review, 5:1 (85-96) Fall 1998.

Between the idea and the reality: The case for qualitative research in education, in J.P.Marsh, B.Gorayska, J.L.Mey (eds) (1999) Humane Interfaces: Questions of method and practice in Cognitive Technology, Amsterdam, North Holland (pp.252-268)

Restructured, reengineered & realigned: Media centres in the digital age, EdMedia99, AACE Seattle, June 1999

Managing media in the digital age (1999) in Georg Anker, Ulrike Hugl, Stephan Laske (Eds) Universitatsentwicklung und neue Medien, Wiesbaden, Deutsche Bibliotek, (pp.123-136)

Learning and the “F” word—eight principles for a flexible learning policy, Educational Media International, 37:2, September 2000, 98-101

Simulating Site Visits in Hong Kong, Kumaraswamy, M.M., Kay, J.N.and Hart, I.E., 25th AUBEA Annual Conference (AUBEA 2000), Curtin University, Perth, Australia, 12-14 July 2000, on CD-ROM, Australian Universities Building Education Association (AUBEA), ISBN 1 86342 911 5

Production des multimédias éducatifs : style constructiviste, 6e rencontres de l’ORME (Observatoire des ressources multimédias en education), Marseilles, October 2000

Apprendre avec les médias ou apprendre d’eux ? une vue constructiviste sur les nouveaux médias comme outils cognitifs, Seminaires de l’Institut National de Recherche Pédagogique, October 2000. Published on line

Les Hongkongaises: multimedia and language teaching, International Language and Education Conference, Hong Kong, December 2000.

Deschooling and the Web : Ivan Illich 30 years on, Educational Media International, 2001, 38:2-3 (69-76)

Hypermédias – culture – apprentissage, (with Denis Meyer) keynote address to Hypermédias et Apprentissage, 5eme Colloqe, Grenoble, 9-11 April 2000. Proceedings pp.35-48

Multimedia materials for language learning, IT at HKU.HK, Information Technology, University of Hong Kong, 7, 2001, 4-7,

The Outsiders’ Gaze: multimedia and language teaching, Educational Media International, Vol,40, 2&3, 2003, pp.287-292

Learning Objects and the Learnet Project, IT at HKU.HK, Information Technology, University of Hong Kong, 9, 2003; Reproduced : International Journal of Computing in Education, 2003

The group assessment toolbox. Best practice in group work assessment. A presentation to the ATN Evaluation and Assessment Conference, Assessment and Evaluation for Real World Learning,  29-30 November, 2007, Brisbane, Australia.

Assessing group work: A thorny issue. The Group Assessment Toolbox-Best practice in group work assessment. A paper to the AACE (Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education) Conference, ED-MEDIA World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Vancouver, Canada, June 25-29th 2007. (Hart, I., McCormack, C., Battye, G. & Donnan, P. (2007).

Authentic and peer assessment in Digital Culture (with Dr Terhi Nurmikko-Fuller). Educational Media International, (Forthcoming 2020)