TALE 2018 Award Recipients
Best Paper – Full
"Immersive Learning Explored: Subjective and Objective Factors Influencing Learning Outcomes in Immersive Educational Virtual Environments"
Andreas Dengel and Jutta Mägdefrau, University of Passau, Germany
Best Paper – Short
"Designing Immersive Mobile Mixed Reality for Paramedic Education"
Thomas Cochrane, Stuart Cook, Stephen Aiello and Claudio Aguayo, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand
Cristobal Danobeitia and Gonzalo Boncompte, Embodied Group, Chile
Outstanding Papers – Full
"Are We Fit to Graduate Creative Professionals?"
Iouri Belski, RMIT University, Australia
Regina Belski, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
"Mind the Gap: Insights into Student Perceptions During Peer Assessment of Writing"
Andrew Tzer-Yeu Chen, Benjamin Tan and Kevin I-Kai Wang, The University of Auckland, New Zealand
"Using Problem-Based Learning to Enable Application of Foundation Engineering Knowledge in a Real-World Problem"
Jean S. Larson, Arizona State University, USA
Kimberly Farnsworth, Indiana University, USA
Leah S. Folkestad, Stratus Consulting Group, USA
Hamed Khodadadi Tirkolaei and Krista Glazewski, Indiana University, USA
Willi Savenye, Arizona State University, USA
Outstanding Papers – Short
"Engineering Students at Day Zero: Selection and Concerns by Gender"
Sasha Nikolic and Thomas Suesse, University of Wollongong, Australia
Thomas Goldfinch, The University of Sydney, Australia
"Using Virtual Reality to Enhance Learning in a Chinese Architectures Course: A Flipped Classroom Approach"
Siu Wo Tarloff Im, Pit Ho Patrio Chiu, Chan Hung Shek, Michelle Ng and Lin Li, City University of Hong Kong
Outstanding Reviewer Award
Dr Yutaro Ohashi, Nippon Institute of Technology, Japan
TALE 2018 Meritorous Service Award
Dr Montserrat Ros, University of Wollongong, Australia