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Journal Article

Bennett, R., Hobson, J., Jones, A., Martin-Lynch, P., Scutt, C., Strehlow, K. and Veitch, S. (2016) Being chimaera: A monstrous identity for SoTL academics. Higher Education Research & Development, 35 (2). pp. 217-228.

Non-refereed Article

Atkinson, R., McBeath, C., Coffey, A., Etherington, S., Martin-Lynch, P., Moore, C., Morrison-Saunders, A., Nair, S., Paull, M. and Phillips, R. (2013) Editorial 23(2): Special issue: Teaching and learning in higher education: Western Australia's TL Forum. Issues in Educational Research, 23 (2). ii-viii.

Conference Paper

Martin-Lynch, P., Correia, H. and Cunningham, C. (2016) Public speaking anxiety: The S.A.D. implications for students, transition, achievement, success and retention. In: Students Transitions Achievement Retention & Success (STARS) Conference 2016, 29 June - 2 July 2016, Pan Pacific Hotel, Perth, WA

Martin-Lynch, P. (2006) Inhabiting MySpace: 'If you're not on MySpace, you don't exist'. In: UNAUSTRALlA The Cultural Studies Association of Australasia's Annual Conference, 6-8 December 2006, Canberra, ACT, Australia

Conference Item

Laming, M.M., Martin-Lynch, P. and Morris, A. (2015) Mature-aged men’s experiences of higher education: Australia and England compared. In: SRHE Annual Conference on Research into Higher Education, 9 - 11 December 2015, Newport, South Wales.

Martin-Lynch, P., Correia, H. and Cunningham, C. (2015) Uncapping student potential: Re-thinking scaffolding and assessment of oral presentation skills. In: Teaching and Learning Forum 2015: Teaching and Learning Uncapped, 29 - 30 January 2015, University of Western Australia, Nedlands.

Cunningham, C. and Martin-Lynch, P. (2014) Mastering oral presentations through PASS. In: 10th National PASS Forum, 30 September - 1 October 2014, Wollongong, VIC.

Thesis

Martin-Lynch, Pamela (2014) Growing up in Technoculture: The ontological and perceptual significance of media in the lives of infants and toddlers. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.

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