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Annual Research Report 2010 - Whitireia Community Polytechnic

INTRODUCTION2010 has been a productive year for research at Whitireia Community Polytechnic. A ResearchManager was appointed in 2010 and set up a research site on Whitireia Online (Moodle) withuseful research information, ran a number of workshops on action research, and worked withindividual staff on their research projects.In 2010, there has been an emphasis on Whitireia staff achieving quality research outputs. It isexciting to see a one hundred percent increase in the publications of books, chapters in booksand refereed journal articles over those produced in 2009. Whitireia staff have also madeincreased contributions to referred conference papers and presentations. Both the range andscope of research completed in 2010 is impressive.Congratulations must go to the six tutors from the Faculty of Arts who won scholarly awardsduring 2010, those who finished their theses, and those who won external research grants.2011 will be an important year for research at Whitireia as we move into the next PBRF round.People who have unpublished papers and conference presentations are being encouraged topublish these during 2011. As most of the research completed by Whitireia staff is of anapplied nature, changes to the PBRF criteria giving greater recognition to applied research iswelcomed.This report begins by profiling ten successful projects completed by Whitireia staff in 2010, andthen provides details of all research outputs achieved during this period.This report has been compiled by Lesley MacGibbon and Sue Sewell.LEADING ANDILLUMINATINGo u r c o m m u n i t i e st h r o u g h t e r t i a r yEDUCATION1


Profile: Carmel Haggerty, Dr Debra Wilson, Kathryn Holloway___________________________________________________________________________Growing Our Own: An Evaluation of Nurse Entry toPractice programmes in New Zealand 2006‐2009 byCarmel Haggerty, Dr Debra Wilson, Kathryn Hollowayand Dr Rose McEldowney, (Victoria University ofWellington).This report, completed in January 2010 was based on athree year external research contract with the ClinicalTraining Agency, and the Ministry of Health, NewZealand.The overall aim of the Nurse Entry To Practice (NETP) is to provide a safe and supportiveenvironment in which the graduate nurse is effectively socialised into the role of thecompetent registered nurse. The aim of this evaluation of the 21 NETP programmesnationally has been to provide information on lessons learnt and the identification ofsuccess factors that can be shared with District Health Boards, thus supporting thedevelopment of best practice nationally.The evaluation found that NETP reflected the most successful and effective qualities of newgraduate nursing programmes as identified by international literature from the past decade.Each element within NETP programmes around New Zealand effectively enhances trainees’confidence and competence though a supported first year of practice. All recommendationsmade in this report have been adopted, and a strengthened NETP programme will continueto be delivered throughout New Zealand.Kathryn Holloway, Carmel Haggerty, Dr Debra Wilson___________________________________________________________________________2


Profile: Adèle Holland, Ros Leahy, Karaitiana Jackson, Ken Munro___________________________________________________________________________This action research with certificate nursing students formed part of a wider Waikato Universityresearch project focussed on finding ways of using students’ literacy ability to support theirnumeracy learning. Many of the students on this course had difficulty with drug calculations,and the action research project explored different ways to support the students’ learning.The project followed the classic action research process with a number of cycles as follows: Initial testing of students’ numeracy levels; Focus groups where students identifiedblocks to learning; Listening/speaking test based on verbaltext around drug calculations, assessingstudents’ listening comprehension andlistening critically involving questioning,restating, reflecting and summarising; Second focus group to determine studentperceptions and shifts; Second test for listening comprehensionand listening critically; Second numeracy test and Reflections.The findings of the project were:1. Questioning, Restating, Reflecting andSummarising did allow the students toachieve the level required.2. In Professional Nursing practice reflectionand evaluation are used all the timetherefore the action enquiry process wasfamiliar.3. It was very valuable to work with thelearning support tutors as they were ableto break down the content to useablebuilding blocks.4. Don’t be surprised if you head off indifferent directions as the reflectionsunfold – remember to go back to theoriginal question to stay on track.______________________________________________________________________________3


Profile: Mary‐Jane Duffy___________________________________________________________________________Mary‐Jane is the curator of the new Courtney Place light box exhibition. All the Cunning Stuntsexhibition was planned to coincide with the launch of the cultural programme for the 2nd AsiaPacific Outgames. Four artists – Liz Allan, Clare Noonan, Rachel O'Neill, Marnie Slater – led bycurator Mary‐Jane Duffy, developed All the Cunning Stunts to ‘play off’ this sporting event.Exploring female experience in particular, All the Cunning Stunts is an energised,argumentative, and often hilarious conversation focused on the perceptions and intricacies ofsame‐sex relationships. The work combines text and image to produce playful juxtapositions.The result is a colourful myriad of images that parallel the public advertising spaces ofWellington’s urban landscape.Mary‐Jane writes in her essay on the project:...“Binoculars run as a red thread through the project.They offer a metaphoric lens through which to look,converse, research, and experiment. They became theviewing apparatus through which we looked at theproject, the place – Courtenay Place – the world, andsame‐sex attractions. They offered a view, bothmediated and magnified, of whatever we looked at.So, what could these binoculars see? They couldn’thelp but notice the world and its injustices – theunfairness; the prejudices; the international blindspots; the homophobia. But undeterred, the binocularsalso uncovered imagery around some women ofinterest.... And it transpired that the binoculars not only sawthings but imagined them too. They imagined howsame‐sex attractions looked as abstract images, howhomophobia is internalised, what interlocking girlcircles might mean, and what if the Topp Twins wereto walk past the light boxes? The binoculars tried tolook at everything. They used their binary qualities togreat advantage – things could be looked at singularly,or doubly. Vision was never more useful”. (Curatorial Essayhttp://lifeinlightboxes. blogspot.com/p/curatorial‐essay.html)(http://lifeinlightboxes.blogspot.com)___________________________________________________________________________4


Profile: Fran Richardson___________________________________________________________________________Congratulations to Fran who has had her PhD Cultural Safety in Nursing Education and NursingPractice in Aotearoa/New Zealand accepted.This year Fran completed her PhD thesis through Massey University. Fran had been teaching incultural safety since its introduction to nursing studies, and her thesis focussed on this area.She has completed her master’s degree which explored the experiences of teachers who taughtcultural safety, but found that there was very little research about how cultural safety wasapplied. She said:“It was the logical progression for me to explore in depth how nurses translate the teachings ofcultural safety into practice in the clinical and practice settings. Doing the research as a PhDgave me the time and the framework to explore it in depth. It also gave me the pathway to getthe research out into the community.”Fran has been very successful in publishing work based on her PhD. An article Cultural Safety:Nurses accounts of negotiating the order of things, has been published in a special healthedition of the Women’s Studies Journal Aotearoa/New Zealand in December 2010.Fran has also been accepted to present a paper and a poster at the International Council ofNurses Conference in Malta in May 2011. This is a huge prestigious conference described byFran as “the heartbeat of international nursing conferences”.______________________________________________________________________________5


Profile: Deb Donnelly______________________________________________________________________________Eco Fashion ArtsEco Fashion reflects a natural change of values. It is determined by the growing need for anindividual lifestyle based on health and sustainability. An ever growing number of consumers’look out for ecological awareness as much as for quality and design (Bierhals, 2008, p6).Using sustainable materials is the basis of the work of Whitireia tutor and artist Deb Donnelly.She incorporates a range of natural fibres including wool, silk, cotton and more recentlyhandmade paper into her works of art. She has work in an exhibition travelling Australia untilmid 2011. She also has work in a travelling exhibition by Aotearoa Felters which is currentlytravelling throughout New Zealand.In 2010 Whitireia research sponsored Yoshiko Wada to NewZealand and ran a number of symposia in shibori with localartists throughout New Zealand. Shibori is an ancientJapanese process of manipulating fabric by squeezing andwringing fabric before resist dying to produce a threedimension effect. In the 1600s cotton shibori was popularlyworn for its practicality, inexpensive cost and accessiblecotton. The artisan trades that made these cotton shiborigarments and kimono handed their skills down from father toson, mother to daughter, often within one village.“Shibori can help bring a range of effects, motifs, sculpturaldimensions and texture to cloth and transform yourexpectations of the ordinary to extraordinary”. Yoshiko Wada2010.Deb Donnelly adjustingshibori exhibition at PātakaHe Kete Aroha – from the giftbasket with loveDeb was invited to a textile sector conference at the end of May 2010where she was linked to local manufacturers to design a range ofgarments for local celebrities including Irene Van Dyke and FrankieStevens. Whitireia students have designed these garments based onthemes of cultural identity, and they will be promoted during the RugbyWorld Cup held in New Zealand in 2011.Congratulations to Deb Donnelly and India Flint who were finalists in the2011 New Zealand Creative Designer Awards 2011. Dream Cocoon, alace stitched vintage ivory dress and silk wrap based on research ofEurasian textile heritage and mixed cultural histories, marries togetherindividual pieces into one costume. Notions of Asian silk cultivationlayered over New Zealand and Australian wool, linens and cotton baseprovided by India Flint, textile artist and Deb’s vintage samplers add tothe dreamlike collaboration.Dream Cocoon______________________________________________________________________________6


Profile: Elaine Ete‐Rasch______________________________________________________________________________Congratulations to Elaine for completion of her Master of Arts (Applied) in Nursing, throughVictoria University. Elaine’s thesis titled: “I thought it was just a pimple”: A study examining theparents of Pacific children’s understanding and management of skin infections in the home isthe first known study that has captured mother’s accounts of managing their children’s skininfections.New Zealand hospital admissions of youngchildren due to serious skin infections haveincreased over the years, with Pacificchildren making up a high proportion ofthese admissions. The findings of thisqualitative study give readers a betterunderstanding of the Pacific parents andchildren’s general experiences with skininfections in primary healthcare settings.The study found that parents engaged inactive roles in an effort to maintain the wellbeingof their children once the symptoms ofskin infections were identified.The key findings from the thesis enhanceexisting knowledge about topics on health ofPacific children. Implications andrecommendations for health professionalsfocus on the need for improved informationfor parents, and for a review of practicesurrounding skin infections in primaryhealthcare settings. The thesis alsorecommends that relevant information onskin infections be included in the Well ChildTamariki Ora booklet.______________________________________________________________________________7


Profile: Sarita Pais______________________________________________________________________________Pais, S. & Symonds, J. (2009). Chapter X “Handling RFID Data using a Data‐on‐tag Approach”. InJ. Symonds, J. Ayoade, & D Parry (Eds), Auto‐identification and Ubiquitous ComputingApplication: RFID and Smart Technologies for Information convergence (pp180‐193). Hershy,USA: IGI Global.Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a generic term that is used to describe a system thattransmits the identity of an object wirelessly using radio waves. It is grouped under the broadcategory of automatic identification technologies which includes techniques such as bar codes,optical character readers and magnetic strips.There are active and passive RFID tags. Some active RFID tags allow readers to write new dataon their onboard memories for later retrieval. RFID tags can also store more data than the EPCglobal standard of data‐on‐network.In order to illustrate the concept ofdata‐on‐tag a single case study of asmart laundry bin was undertaken.The laundry bin was able to processthe count of soiled linen taggedwith RFID at the time of laundrypickup. Thus the processing istaking place at the time of datacapture and does not depend onthe central database with expensivemiddleware. Further, datamodelling for data stored atdifferent objects like linen, laundrybin and pickup PDA wasundertaken. Issues and solutionsfor the data‐on‐tag approach arediscussed in the paper.Note: This research publication was omitted from the Whitireia 2009 Research Report.______________________________________________________________________________8


Profile: Gordon Churchill______________________________________________________________________________Congratulations to Gordon Churchill on the publication of his book.In December 2010 Gordon’s book Introductory Topics in Business Law and Practice in NewZealand was published by Pearsons. Gordon has taught on most of the papers for the NewZealand Law Society Legal Executive Diploma and has also taught law to business students atvarious levels. In 2000 he was the consultant for the First Edition of the Conveyancing LawHandbook published by CCH New Zealand Limited.Introductory Topics in Business Law and Practice in New Zealand is written for studentsstudying for the New Zealand Law Society Legal Executive Diploma. The text will also be ofinterest to law students and legal executives generally as well as to lawyers, registeredconveyancers, and real estate agents. Now fully revised and updated, this edition provides anintroduction to leases; agreements for sale and purchase of a business; the Personal PropertySecurities Act 1999; consumer law; company law; insurance; and guarantees.______________________________________________________________________________9


Profile: Hinemoana Baker______________________________________________________________________________Hinemoana was selected as the Writer in Residence, Iowa University International WritingProgramme, Iowa USA. The following is a review from the Northern Chronicle 14 Sept 2010.Jazz Poetry Concert gathers poets, musicians from the world overInside the New Hazlett Theater, on a cloudy September night, over 500 people waited in thedark, the low buzz of chatter hanging over them.A woman in a shimmering ivory shawl took the stage, her name — Hinemoana Baker, of NewZealand — projected onto the screen behind her. She raised her hands to waist level and shookthem as she sang a greeting prayer in Māori, the language of New Zealand’s native people.A translation of the song replaced Baker’s name: “I honor the dignity in all of us / and Icelebrate you!” and thus began the annual City of Asylum Jazz Poetry Concert last Saturday.In addition to Baker, the concert featured readings from City of Asylum writer‐in‐residenceKhet Mar, former writers‐in‐residence Horacio Castellanos Moya and Huang Xiang, Belarusianpoet Maryia Martysevich and Pulitzer Prize‐winning poet Yusef Komunyakaa.______________________________________________________________________________10


Profile: Mandy Hager______________________________________________________________________________Congratulations to Mandy Hager for winning the New Zealand Post Children’s Book Award forYoung Adult Fiction 2010.The Crossing which is book one of the Blood of the Lamb Trilogy was described at the time ofthe award as a passionate and powerful page‐turning, coming‐of‐age drama with manychallenging concepts, sub‐plots and themes, including puberty, cult beliefs, brainwashing,friendship and blood transfusion.The Crossing follows the fate of Maryam and herunlikely companions Joseph, Ruth and Lazarus. Thisis fast, suspenseful drama underpinned by apowerful and moving story about love and loss.The people of Onewere, a small island in the Pacific,know that they are special ‐ chosen to survive thedeadly event that consumed the Earth. Now, fromthe rotting cruise ship Star of the Sea, the elitecontrol the population ‐ manipulating old texts toset themselves up as living 'gods'. But what thepeople of Onewere don't know is this: the leaderswill stop at nothing to meet their own blood‐thirstyneeds.http://www.mandyhager.com/When Maryam crosses from child to woman, shemust leave everything she has ever known andmake a crossing of another kind. But life inside theship is not as she had dreamed, and she is facedwith the unthinkable: obey the leaders and verylikely die, or turn her back on every belief she onceheld dear. (http://www.mandyhager.com/botl.html)"It was so hard to put down. The trials and tribulations were soencapturing it was as though I was there. I even felt her emotionsthrough the pages. Perfect for teens who want something excitingand explosive to read. It even had a touch of romance for thosethat enjoy it like me." Rachel, aged 15.http://www.mandyhager.com/______________________________________________________________________________11


Journal articles (refereed)Baker, T., & Clark, J. (2010). Cooperative learning: A double edged sword: A cooperativelearning model for use with diverse student groups. Intercultural Education, 21 (3), 257‐268.Chard S. M., Lloyd B., & Tongariro, G. (2010). ICT capstone projects: 'The edge of chaos'. TheNew Zealand Journal of Applied Computing and Information Technology, 14 (1), 2‐9.Haggerty, C., McEldowney, R., Wilson, D., & Holloway, K. (2010). We need to grow our own: Anevaluation of Nurse Entry to Practice programmes. Whitireia Nursing Journal, 17, 16‐20.Holloway, K., Lumby, J., & Baker, J. (2009). Specialist nursing framework for New Zealand: amissing link in workforce planning. Policy, Politics and Nursing Practice, 10(4), 269‐75.1Holloway, K., Polaschek, N., & Pool, L. (2010). DIFE: A new model in undergraduate nursingeducation. Journal of Nursing Education, 49(9), 512‐516.Liu, Y‐K. (2010). Peking Opera and Grotowski’s concept of Poor Theatre. ComparativeLiterature and Culture, 12 (1) 3 – 7.Pack, M. (2010). Revisions to the therapeutic relationship: A qualitative inquiry intosexual abuse therapists’ theories for practice as a mitigating factor in vicarioustraumatisation. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 12 (1), 73‐82.Pack, M. (2010). Transformation in progress: The effects of trauma on the significantothers of sexual abuse therapists. Qualitative Social Work Research and Practice, 9(2),249‐265.Pais, S., Talbot, A., & Connor, A. (2009/2010). Bridging the research‐practice gap inrequirements engineering. Bulletin of Applied Computing and Information Technology,7(1). Retrieved fromhttp://www.naccq.ac.nz.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/bacit/0701/2009Pais_SeGap.htmRichardson, F., & MacGibbon, L. (2010). Cultural safety: Nurses’ accounts of negotiating theorder of things. Women’s Studies Journal, 24(2), 54‐65.Warring, S (2010). Facilitating independence amongst Chinese international studentscompleting a Bachelor of Applied Business Studies. Innovations in Education &Teaching International, 47(4), 379 – 392.Wordsworth, A. (2010). Evaluating a post anaesthetic care unit orientation programme.Whitireia Nursing Journal, 17, 21‐37.1 Published after the publication date of the 2009 Annual Research Report.15


Other publicationsBaker, H. (2010). Interview. Sampsonia Way (Online Magazine of City of Asylum/Pittsburgh), 11October, Retrieved from http://www.sampsoniaway.org/literaryvoices/2010/10/11/hinemoana‐baker‐the‐page‐and‐the‐stage/Holloway, K. (2010). Editorial: Reclaiming nursing scholarship. Whitireia Nursing Journal, 17, 5‐8.Winters, S. (2010). A reflection in memory of Cara Leigh. Whitireia Nursing Journal, 17, 38‐44.CONFERENCE CONTRIBUTIONSRefereed conference papers in published proceedingsClark, J., & Baker, T. (2010). “It’s not fair!” Cultural attitudes to social loafing inethnically diverse groups. In Proceedings of the International Association forIntercultural Communication Studies (IAICS) Conference. Culture, Communication andAdaptation in Global Context, June 18‐20, 2010, South China University of Technology,Guangzhou, China.Clark, J., & McGowan, J. (2010). Managing cultural diversity in New Zealand tertiaryInstitutions: Is cooperative learning the answer? In Proceedings of the InternationalAssociation for Intercultural Education (IAIE) Conference, Intercultural Education as aProject for Social Transformation, September 16‐18, 2010, Malta.Chard, S. M. (2010). Experiences of learning in 3D worlds. In W‐H Chang, D. Fisher, C‐Y Lin, R.Koul (Eds), Proceedings of Sixth International Conference on Science, Mathematics andTechnology Education, 19‐20 January, Hualien, Taiwan. Perth, Australia: The 6 th SMTEOrganising Committee.Cusack, B., & Kyaw, A. K. (2010). Evidence recovery in a RFID business system. In A. Woodward(Ed.), Proceedings of the 8th Australian Digital Forensics Conference (pp. 46‐56). Perth,Western Australian: Security Research Centre, Edith Cowan University.Cusack, B., & Kyaw, A. K. (2010). Identifying evidence in a RFID business system: Forensicreadiness. In B. Cusack (Ed.), Proceedings of the 2010 Digital Forensics InternationalConference (pp. 29‐36). Auckland, New Zealand: Lyceum Press for AUT University.Lloyd, B. (2010). An examination of the impact of the globalisation of career management. InProceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Science, Mathematics andTechnology Education (pp. 355‐360). Hualien, Taiwan: The 6th SMTE OrganizingCommittee.Zaliwski, A. J. (2010). In search for visualization metaphor for PlanetLab. In Proceedings of 10thIEEE/ACM International Conference on Cluster, Cloud and Grid Computing (CCGrid),Melbourne, Australia, 17‐20 May (pp. 583‐584).16


Refereed conference papers and conference presentationsGilmour, I. P. (2010). Planning for and teaching about low probability, high impactevents in the New Zealand tertiary education sector. New Zealand Applied BusinessEducation Conference, 27‐28 September, Napier, New Zealand.Guler, O. (2010). Ethics education in business schools: A literature review. NewZealand Applied Business Education Conference, 27‐28 September, Napier,New Zealand.Refereed abstracts and conference presentationsHolloway, K., Lumby, J., & Baker, J. (2010). Time to consider the special characterof specialist nursing. 21 st International Nursing Research Congress, 12‐16July, Orlando, Florida, USA.Kyaw, A. K. (2010). Locating network evidence after a RFID tag attack on an SQL server in theretail environment. Digital Forensics International Conference, 6‐7 September,Auckland, New Zealand.Liu, Y‐K. (2010). Brecht, Stanislavski and Peking Opera. The 19th Congress of InternationalComparative Literature Association, 15‐21 August, Seoul, South Korea.Proctor, S. (2010). Factors responsible for effective leadership: A case study. New ZealandApplied Business Education Conference, 27‐28 September Napier, New Zealand.Viskovic, A. (2010). How do you learn to be a tertiary teacher? National Teaching and LearningConference, 29 September – 1 October, Universal College of Learning, Palmerston North,New Zealand.Whelan, B. (2010). Developing mentoring and coaching skills in newsroom leaders –design of a training needs analysis. Conference of Journalism Educators Association ofAustralia, 24‐26 November, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia.Refereed poster presentationsZaliwski, A. J. (2010). Collaborative authoring of learning objects for blended learning,eResearch Australasia Conference, 8‐9 November, Queensland, Australia.Non‐refereed conference presentationsBanks, L. (2010). What skills/qualities do nurses need to help families who are experiencingmaternal mental health challenges? Peri Natal Distress Conference, 28‐30 October,Wellington, New Zealand.Donnelly, D. (2010). Indigo dye use for the NZ textile community. New Zealand AustralianShibori Tour and Workshop, September, Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology,Nelson, New Zealand.17


Hager, M. (2010). Presentation. Tertiary Writing Network Colloquium. 2‐3 December, VictoriaUniversity of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand.Jansen, A. (2010). The ‘insider’ versus ‘outsider’ view. A discussion on the writing of The crescentmoon: The Asian face of Islam in New Zealand (book and photographic exhibition).Tertiary Writing Network Colloquium, 2‐3 December, Victoria University of Wellington,Wellington, New Zealand.Pande, R., & Xu, A. (2010). New teaching and learning approaches to meet industry’s needs.New Zealand Applied Business Education Conference, 27‐ 28 September, Napier, NewZealand.Taylor, A. (2010). Presentation, Tertiary Writing Network Colloquium. 2‐3 December, VictoriaUniversity of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand.Thoreau, M. (2010). Trimming our sails: Using case studies to enhance learning. New ZealandCommunication Association Conference, Wellington, New Zealand.Wempe, N. (2010). The Development of an IT Professional in the Post‐industrial Age. 13 thAnnual New Zealand Association of Cooperative Education Conference, 14‐16 April,Palmerston North, New Zealand.Non‐refereed poster presentationsChard, S. M., & Tongariro, G. (2010). Programming with the stars. 1 st Annual Conference ofComputing and Information Technology Education and Research in New Zealand(incorporating the 23rd Annual NACCQ Conference), 6‐9 July, Otago Polytechnic,Dunedin, New Zealand.Heyzer, D. (2010). Web 2.0 ideas provide new perspectives in business research and planningfor the educational sector. New Zealand Applied Business Education Conference, 27‐28September, Napier, New Zealand.Thomas, R., & Pais, S. (2010). Educating, engaging and inspiring international students. NewZealand Applied Business Education Conference, 27‐28 September, Napier, NewZealand.Unpublished papers and reportsArcus, K., & G. Orsborn (2010). Evaluation of the transition to Primary Health CareNursing programme. Unpublished manuscript.Gray, T. (2010). Kowhiti: Matariki festival of Māori contemporary dance, June 2010. Report toFaculty of Arts, Whitireia Community Polytechnic, Porirua City, New Zealand.Hargreaves, A. (2010). Rejuvenation evaluation report CPF2 (F117). Research Report foreLearning Porirua and 2020 Trust.18


Korzon, J., & Gunther, S. (2010). Retrospective document analysis of clinical evaluations for thePostgraduate Certificate in Nursing (Mental Health). Unpublished research report.O’Connor, J., & Packard, G. (2010). Music for meditation and contemplation. Report to Facultyof Arts, Whitireia Community Polytechnic, New ZealandPanapa, S. (2010). The health status of Māori nursing students: A cross‐sectional survey.Unpublished research report.Viskovic, A. (2010). Tertiary teacher development and qualifications: What does the literaturetell us? Unpublished paper.Oral presentationsBaker, H. (2010). The exchange. Panel/Talkback Discussion and Audio Podcast, Iowa PublicRadio, 7 September, Iowa City, Iowa, USA. Retrieved from www.iowapublicradio.orgBaker, H. (2010). International literature today. Guest lecture to undergraduate class, 25October, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, USA.Baker, H. (2010). Images of America. Panel Presentation, 5 November, Iowa City Public Library,Iowa City, Iowa, USA.Donnelly, D. (2010). Artist floortalk: Netsuke and buttons. 30 September, Vector Gallery,Expressions Arts and Entertainment Centre, Upper Hutt City, New Zealand.Holland, A., Jackson, K., Leahy, R., & Munro, K. (2010). An embedded literacy and numeracyaction enquiry project [Powerpoint slides]. Presentation of Final Report to the ITP ActionEnquiry Project, National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy, 29 June, University ofWaikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.Jansen, A. (2010). The crescent moon: The Asian face of Islam in New Zealand. 26 June,Wellington Association of TESOL, Wellington, New Zealand.Jansen, A. (2010). The crescent moon: The Asian face of Islam in New Zealand. 7 August,Ashburton Art Gallery, Ashburton, New Zealand.Mitaera, J. (2010). Starting with the self. Aotearoa New Zealand Evaluation Society KaupapaKau Moana Hui, 21‐22 May, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand.19


CREATIVE OUTPUTSExhibitionsDeckers, P. (Exhibitor) (2010). Pocket Guide to New Zealand Jewellery. Group Exhibition, 13‐28February, Velvet Da Vinci Gallery, San Francisco, USA.Deckers, P. (Exhibitor) (2010). Winter Brooches. 4 May – 6 June, Gallery 20/17, Sydney,Australia.Deckers, P. (Exhibitor) (2010). Compendium Show, Group Exhibition, 28 June – 17 July, FingersGallery, Auckland, New Zealand.Deckers, P. (Exhibitor) (2010). Thinkspace. Group Exhibition, 14 October – 24 November,Masterworks Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand.Deckers, P. (Curator) (2010). Exchange Project Exhibition. Student works from Whitireia andSydney College of Arts, Studio 20/17, Sydney, Australia.Donnelly, D. (Exhibitor) (2010). Earthwaulks – Aotearoa Felters. Group Exhibition, 28 August – 3October, Millenium Gallery, Blenheim, New Zealand.Donnelly, D. (Editor/Curator) (2010). Kimono Art Moderne Exhibition, 11 Sept – 10 October,Vector Gallery, Expressions Arts and Entertainment Centre, Upper Hutt City, NewZealand.Donnelly, D. (Exhibitor) (2010). Netsuke and Buttons, Group Exhibition, 11 Sept – 10 October,Vector Gallery, Expressions Arts and Entertainment Centre, Upper Hutt City, NewZealand.Donnelly, D. (Exhibitor) (2010). Contemporary Resist Dyed Textiles, Group Exhibition, Australian/ New Zealand Shibori Network Members, 12 September – 3 October, Barometer Gallery,Paddington, Sydney, Australia.Donnelly, D. (Exhibitor) (2010). Contemporary Resist Dyed Scarves. Group Exhibition,Australian/New Zealand Shibori Network Members, 6‐21 November, Gallery 159,Brisbane, Australia.Donnelly, D. (Exhibitor) (2010). Earthwaulks – Aotearoa Felters. Group Exhibition, 27 November– 11 December, Creative Tauranga Gallery, Tauranga, New Zealand.Donnelly, D. (Exhibitor) (2010). He Kete Aroha – From the Gift Basket with Love. 27 November –16 January 2011, Blue Pacific Gallery, Pātaka Museum of Arts and Cultures, Porirua City,New Zealand.Duffy, M‐J. (Curator) (2010). All the Cunning Stunts. December 2010 – June 2011, CourtenayPlace Park, Wellington, New Zealand.20


Mapp, O. (Exhibitor) (2010). Jewellery Art. Two‐person Exhibition, 1‐15 January, PhoenixGallery, Borgergade 11, Horsens, Denmark.Mapp, O. (Curator/Exhibitor) (2010). New Zealand Treasures: Nga Taonga o Aotearoa. A SmallHistory of Bone Carving. Group Exhibition, 24 May – 13 June, Blue Pacific Gallery, PātakaMuseum of Arts and Cultures, Porirua City, New Zealand.Mapp, O. (Curator/Exhibitor) (2010). Netsuke and Buttons. 11 Sept – 10 October, VectorGallery, Expressions Arts and Entertainment Centre, Upper Hutt City, New Zealand.Mapp, O. (Exhibitor) (2010). Box Art Show. Group Exhibition, 23 October – 21 November, BluePacific Gallery, Pātaka Museum of Arts and Cultures, Porirua City, New Zealand.White, C. Exhibitor) (2010). Box Art Show. Group Exhibition, 23 October – 21 November, BluePacific Gallery, Pātaka Museum of Arts and Cultures, Porirua City, New Zealand.Whitehead‐Lopez, R. (Exhibitor) (2010). Box Art Show. Group Exhibition, 23 October – 21November, Blue Pacific Gallery, Pātaka Museum of Arts and Cultures, Porirua City, NewZealand.Katsumata, H., & Whitehead‐Lopez, R. (Designers) (2010). Te Wairoa o Awarua. Mural, PoriruaRailway Station, Porirua City. New Zealand.Catalogue publicationsDeckers, P., Donnelly, D., MacDonald, K., Mapp, O., White, C., & Whitehead‐Lopez, R. (2010).Exhibition Catalogue, Whitireia Exhibition – DRIVEN 2010, 20 November – 9 January 2011,Bottle Creek Gallery, Pātaka Museum of Arts and Cultures, Porirua City, New Zealand.Duffy, M‐J. (2010). The unbearable brightness of seeing. Mirror World, Exhibition Catalogue,Luisa Rossito Exhibition, 27 October – 20 November, Helen Gory Galerie, Melbourne.Retrieved fromhttp://www.helengory.com/press/Luisa%20Rossitto/Luisa%20Rossitto%202010%20Mirror%20World%20Catalogue.pdfCreative performancesBaker, H. (2010). Poetry Reading, Hinemoana Baker (New Zealand) and Maryia Martysevic(Belarus). 10 September, Seton Hill University, Greensburg, Pennsylvania, USA.Baker, H. (2010). Jazz Poetry Concert, City of Asylum/Pittsburgh. 11 September, New HazlettTheatre, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.Baker, H. (2010). Prosody. Interview, Reading and Audio Podcast, 91.3WYEP Community Radio.27 September, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. Retrieved from www.wyep.orgBaker, H. (2010). Work in Progress Festival Presentation. 16 October, Public Space One, IowaCity, Iowa, USA.21


Baker, H. (2010). Shambaugh House Reading (sponsored by the International Writing Program),5 November, Shambaugh House, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, USA.Gray, T. (Choreographer/ Performer) (2010). Performance. In collaboration with Elena, WorldTrade Expo, New Zealand Opening Ceremony, 22 April – 2 May, Shanghai, China.Gray, T. (Co‐curator/convenor) (2010). Kōwhiti: Matariki Festival of Māori ContemporaryDance. 24‐27 June, Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington, New Zealand.Gray, T. (Choreographer/Performer) (2010). This is it. Kōwhiti: Matariki Festival of MāoriContemporary Dance, 24‐27 June, Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington, New Zealand.O’Connor, J., & Packard, G. (2010). Music for meditation and contemplation. Lecture‐recital,22 July, Whitireia Community Polytechnic, Porirua City, New Zealand.EXTERNAL GRANTSMacGibbon, L. (2010). Co‐tutoring: A model for embedding literacy and numeracy in a tradesfoundation course. Te Pūtea Arapiki Ako, Tertiary Education Commission.Silvester, M., & Candler, G. (2010). The Poutama Project. Te Pūtea Arapiki Ako, TertiaryEducation Commission.Silvester M., Williams, L., & Thompson, H. (2010). The Mapping Pacifica Project. Te PūteaArapiki Ako, Tertiary Education Commission.Southwick, M., & Scott, W. (2009‐2011) Strengthening the quality of nursing services andnursing education in Vanuatu. World Health Organisation.SCHOLARLY ACTIVITIESAwardsBaker, H. (2010). Writer in Residence, Iowa University International Writing Programme, Iowa,USA.Finn, R. (2010). Winner (First equal), Playmarket Award for Scripts for Young People for Keyboxheroes and What do you say after you say hello?Hager, M. (2010). Shortlisted for the LIANZA Young Adult Fiction Award and the 2010 Sir JuliusVogel Award for the The Crossing, Book One of the Blood of the Lamb Trilogy.Hager, M. (2010). Winner of New Zealand Post Children’s Book Award for Young Adult Fictionfor The Crossing, Book One of the Blood of the Lamb Trilogy.Hager, M. (2010). Shortlisted for 2010 Sir Julius Vogel Award for The Crossing, Book One of theBlood of the Lamb Trilogy22


Hager, M. (2010). Named as a 2010 Notable Book by the Storylines Children’s LiteratureCharitable Trust for The Crossing, Book One of the Blood of the Lamb TrilogySciascia, G. (2010). Māori Contemporary Performing Arts Lifetime Achievement Award.Whelan, B. (2010). Journalism Educators Association of NZ (JEANZ) and Journalism EducatorsAssociation of Australia Award for Emerging Academic Scholarship, for journalismeducators who have yet to deliver a paper overseas for Developing mentoring andcoaching skills in newsroom leaders – design of a training needs analysis.Contribution to research environmentAbrahams. M. Supervisor, PhD Theses, Pune University, India.Arcus, K. (Co‐ordinating Editor), Cleary, H., Day, L., Doyle, J., Lemow, J., Gunther, S., McGrath,B., Page, M., Panapa, S., Pool, L., Scott, W., Wilson, D., & Wordsworth, A. (co‐editor).Editorial Committee, Whitireia Nursing Journal, 17.Clark, J. Peer Review Board, New Zealand Applied Business Conference, September 27‐28,Napier, New Zealand.Clark, J. Peer Reviewer, New Zealand Communication Association Conference, December,Wellington.Guler, O. Peer Reviewer, New Zealand Applied Business Education Conference, September 27‐28, Napier, New Zealand.Holloway, K. Examiner, Master’s thesis, Eastern Institute of Technology.Holloway, K. Peer Reviewer for Nurse Education Today and Praxis.Klose, M. Member, Peer Review Board, New Zealand Applied Business Education Conference,September 27‐28, Napier, New Zealand.Lloyd, B. Peer Reviewer, Australian Collaborative Education Network Conference, 29 September– 1 October, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia.Sariefe, S. Member, Peer Review Board, New Zealand Applied Business Education Conference,September 27‐28, Napier, New Zealand.Southwick, M. Member, Pacific Advisory Committee of the Health Research Council of NewZealand.Thomas, R. Member, Peer Review Board New Zealand Applied Business Education Conference,September 27‐28, Napier, New Zealand.Viskovic, A. Co‐supervisor, Master of Arts thesis, Victoria University of Wellington.Viskovic, A. Member, Editorial Committee, Journal of Vocational Education and Training.23


Viskovic, A. (2010). Peer referee, International Journal for Academic Development.Warring, S. Member, Peer Review Board, New Zealand Applied Business Education Conference,September 27‐28, Napier, New Zealand.Wempe, N. Peer reviewer, Asia‐Pacific Journal of Cooperative EducationZaliwski, A. Member, Editorial Review Board, Journal of Information Technology Education.Zaliwski A. Peer Reviewer, In Site Conference, 19‐24 June, Rome/Pompei/Naples/Cassino, Italy.Peer esteemAbrahams. M.Abbott, A.Andringa, S.Banks, L.Chard, S.Clark, J.Davison, J.Dawood, S.Deckers, P.Ebel, E.Member, Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand.Panel Member, NZAMT Unit Standards Assessment.External Marker, NZQA NCEA Mathematics.Member, Service Professionals Association of New Zealand (SPANZ).Judge, Auckland Regional Culinary Fare 2010.Judge, New Zealand Culinary Fare 2010.External Moderator, Southern Institute of Technology.Member, New Zealand Computing Society (Information Technology CertifiedProfessional).Member, International Association for Intercultural Education (IAIE)Member, International Association for the Study of Cooperation inEducation (IASCE)Member, New Zealand Communication Association Executive CommitteeOrganiser, New Zealand Communication Association Conference, December2011, Wellington, New Zealand.External Moderator, Eastern Institute of Technology, Universal College ofLearning, and Southern Institute of Technology.Member, New Zealand Guidelines Development Team.Member, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (MIEEE).Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers ComputerSociety (MIEEECS).Founding member of The Seehere Gallery and Website for ContemporaryJewellery.Member, Advisory Board Multi Media Programme, Tasman International.Member, New Zealand Computer Society.24


Mitaera, J.Mitchell, I.Murray, J.Ozdinc, I. Y.Pande, R.Member, National Screening Unit Consumer Reference Group.Member, PACIFICATeaching Fellow Pacific Studies, Victoria University of Wellington.Fellow, New Zealand Computer Society.Member, Arbitrators and Mediators Institute of New Zealand.Member, Chamber of Commerce Rotary.Member, Advisory Board of UUNZ.Leader/Facilitator, ICTTop100 Group, Auckland.External Moderator, Eastern Institute of Technology andUniversal College of Learning.Member, Market Research Society of New Zealand (MRSNZ).Member, Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy (ANZMAC).Member, Hospitality Association of New Zealand.Parker, M. National Assessor, New Zealand Professional Florists Inc. (Level 3 & 4).President, New Zealand Professional Florists Inc.Pool, L.Porter, R.External Moderator, Eastern Institute of Technology, Universal College ofLearning, and Southern Institute of Technology.Member, National Business Mentors Scheme.Consulting Member, Employers and Manufacturers (Nth) Inc. BusinessAdvisory Service.Pushpakumar, J. Editor, Publication Committee of the New Zealand Sri Lanka Buddhist Trust.Editor, Auckland Branch United Sri Lanka Association.Reeves‐Timms, H. Education Representative, Careerforce External Reference Group for theNational Diploma in Mental Health (Mental Health Support Work) (Level 6).Education Representative, NZQA Accreditation Panel for the National Diplomain Mental Health (Mental Health Support Work) (Level 6).Sariefe, S.Scott, W.Sewell, S.Associate Member, New Zealand Institute of ManagementExternal Moderator, Eastern Institute of Technology and Western Institute ofTechnology.Member, Diploma in Enrolled Nursing Qualification Development andAcademic Quality Advisory Group.Member, Diploma in Enrolled Nursing Qualification Development andAcademic Quality Advisory Group.Member, Ministry of Health/Careerforce Generic Public Health CompetenciesSector Specialist Panel.Member, ITP Academic Managers Forum.26


Southwick, M.Tongariro, G.Warring, S.Wempe, N.Wickens, S.Williams, G.Chair, Nursing Council of New Zealand.Member, Pacific Advisory Committee of Ako Aotearoa.Member, New Zealand Computing Society (Information TechnologyCertified Professional).Member, Taylor’s College Advisory Board.Member, Tasman International Academies Advisory Board.Member, New Zealand Computing Society (Information Technology CertifiedProfessional).Secretary, New Zealand Association of Cooperative Education (NZACE).Member, Accreditation Panel Chair, ITPQ.Accreditation Panelist, Adult Education and Training, NZQA.Moderator, Tranzqual Industry Training Organisation.Member, ITP Academic Managers Forum.Member, Appeals Committee, The Open Polytechnic of New Zealand.Wordsworth, A. External Moderator, Southern Institute of Technology.Zaliwski, A.Associate Fellow, International Institute for Advanced Studies in SystemResearch and Cybernetics, Canada.Fellow, International Institute of Advanced Studies in Systems Research andCybernetics (IIAS), Canada.Member, Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), USA.Member, Association for Information Systems (AIS), USA.Member, Informing Science Institute, USA.Member, International Institute of Informatics and Systemics (IIIS), USA.Member, Polish Society for Information Systems (NTIE).Moderator, Tasman International Academies.Cover: Till Westermayer 201027

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