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2009 Quantitative Analysis of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education in Business, Economics
and Commerce Forum

Papers on the following topics were presented:

    •   What Explains Student Performances in Introductory Economics Subjects in Australian Universities?: A Case
        Study
    •   The Impact of Peer Assisted Study Sessions on Academic Performance
    •   Do Foreign Students Perform Worse at University than Domestic Students? New Evidence Using Panel Micro-
        Data from the Australian Technology Network
    •   Overseas Student Commencements and the Real Exchange Rate
    •   The Ability of Economic Thinking – the Nature versus Nurture Debate
    •   Comparison of Local and Offshore Student Experience in Microeconomic Principles
    •   What Matters Most: Understanding Student Satisfaction with Group Work Assessment
    •   An Investigation of the Influences on Course of Study Questionnaires Using Student Record Data
    •   Multiple Measures of the Improvement of Research Skills in Business Ethics and Business Law




2008 Quantitative Analysis of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education in Business, Economics and
Commerce Forum

Papers on the following topics were presented:

    •   Successful Outcomes for Students at Risk
    •   What can be Done to Improve Student Success in First Year Statistics?
    •   Improving Student Skills in Essay Writing and Oral Presentations
    •   Developing Collaboration Skills in First Year Undergraduate Business Students
    •   Teaching Survey Evaluations as a Performance Evaluation Tool: How Much of a Good Teaching Score is
        beyond a Lecturer’s Control
    •   It’s Not as Bad as they Thought: Student Preferences for Teaching Format across Subjects and over Time
    •   HSC Mathematics Results and Tertiary Success in Quantitative Units: An Australian Experience
    •   Differential Item Functioning between Domestic and International Students in an Introductory Finance Unit: A
        Bayesian Analysis
    •   Does Regular Online Testing Enhance Student Learning?: Evidence from a Large First-Year Quantitative
        Methods Course
    •   The Role of Error Matrices in Faciliating Constructive Alignment in Online Multiple Choice Tests: The CSU
        Experience
    •   FinanceNow!: An Empirical Analysis of the Usage Impact of Real-Time Information in Finance Education




2007 Quantitative Analysis of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education in Business, Economics and
Commerce Forum

Papers on the following topics were presented:

    •   Deterministic Demographic Characteristics in Tertiary Education
    •   An Analysis of the Effectiveness of Peer-Assisted Study Sessions in a First Year Econometrics Unit
    •   Alternative Learning Methods in a Business Statistics Course
    •   An Exploration of the Relationship between the Quality of Teaching Survey and the CEQ
    •   Educational Implications of the Changing Role of Accountants
    •   Student Perceptions towards the Role of Economics in Natural Resource Management
    •   The experience of Microeconomics students at Victoria University
    •   Exploring Flexible Learning Preferences for Business and Commerce Students using a Market Segmentations
        Approach.
2006 Quantitative Analysis of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education in Business, Economics and
Commerce Forum

Papers on the following topics were presented:

    •   The Characteristics of 'Gap-Year' Students and their Tertiary Academic Outcomes
    •   Tutorial Attendance and Grade Achievement
    •   A Comparison between International and Australian Students In Commerce: Are There Implications for
        Teaching?
    •   Going Flexible! The Corporate Governance Initiative: The Case of Organisational Risk Management
    •   The Evolution of WebCT in the School of Economics and Commerce at the University of Western Australia
    •   Virtual Discussions in Online Accounting Courses: Examining the Relationship between Participation and
        Learning
    •   Flexible Teaching and Learning: The Technology Hybrid
    •   The Application of the Instruments of Strategic Course Analysis to the Evaluation of Business Programs in
        Austtralian Higher Education
    •   Do students perceptions matter? A study of the effect of student perceptions of management accounting on
        student performance
    •   Systemic Influences on Teaching Evolutions: The Case for Caution




2005 Quantitative Analysis of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education in Business, Economics and
Commerce Forum

Papers on the following topics were presented:

    •   Modelling students at risk
    •   Student Attendance and University Performance
    •   Employer requirements and undergraduate economics programs
    •   Students’ orientation to learning, learning outcomes and academic performance
    •   Computer-assisted learning packages and learning outcomes in Accounting
    •   Interactive online learning systems in Accounting
    •   Business students’ preferences for modes of delivery
    •   Flexible Learning and Academic Performance
    •   Multimedia and developing graduate skills in Management
    •   Research-Led Teaching