Publications: Trees, Kathryn
Trees, K. (2013) Effectively teaching diverse student groups: A reflection on teaching and learning strategies. Australian Journal of Adult Learning, 53 (2).
Turk, A. and Trees, K. (1999) Appropriate computer-mediated communication: An Australian indigenous information system case study. AI & Society, 13 (4). pp. 377-388.
Trees, K. (1999) Book review: Noel Olive (ed), Karijini Mirlimirli: Aboriginal Histories from the Pilbara, Fremantle Arts Centre Press, Fremantle 1997. Pp.253. $19.95. Studies in Western Australian History (19). pp. 263-265.
Trees, K. and Turk, A. (1998) Community, participation and cultural heritage: The Ieramugadu Cultural Heritage Information System (ICIS). Critical Arts: South-North Cultural and Media Studies, 12 (1-2). pp. 78-91.
Trees, K. and Turk, A. (1998) Culture, collaboration and communication: Participative development of the Ieramugadu Cultural Heritage Information System (ICIS). Critical Arts: South-North Cultural and Media Studies, 12 (1-2). pp. 78-91.
Turk, A. and Trees, K. (1998) Ethical issues concerning the development of an Indigenous Cultural Heritage Information System. The Systemist (20). pp. 229-242.
Trees, K. (1996) Book review: Michaels, Eric. Bad Aboriginal Art and Other Essays: Tradition, Media, and Technological Horizons. Alternative Law Journal, 21 (1).
Trees, K. (2012) Teaching and cultural diversity. In: Teaching and Learning Forum 2012: Creating an inclusive learning environment: Engagement, equity, and retention, 2 - 3 February 2012, Murdoch University, Murdoch, W.A
Turk, A. and Trees, K. (1999) Ethical issues concerning the use of geographic information systems technology with indigenous communities. In: 1st International Conference of the Australian Institute of Computer Ethics (AICE) 1999, 14 - 16 July 1999, Melbourne, Australia
Turk, A. and Trees, K. (1998) Culture and participation in the development of CMC: Indigenous cultural information system case study. In: Cultural Attitudes Towards Technology and Communication Conference (CATAC'98) 1998, 1 - 3 August 1998, London, England pp. 263-267.
Turk, A. and Trees, K. (1998) Development of the Ieramugadu Indigenous community information system. In: Mapping Sciences Institute Australia National Conference: Adding a Spatial Dimension to Business, 24 - 28 May 1998, Fremantle, Western Australia
Turk, A. and Trees, K. (1998) Ethical issues concerning the development of an Indigenous Cultural Heritage Information System. In: Second Symposium and Workshop on Philosophical Aspects of Information Systems: Methodology, Theory, Practice and Critique, 27 - 29 July 1998, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK
Turk, A. and Trees, K. (1998) The role of information systems in sustaining indigenous communities: The Ieramugadu cultural project. In: 42nd Annual Conference of the International Society for the Systems Sciences, 18 - 25 July 1998, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, Georgia
Turk, A. and Trees, K. (1998) Participative development of an indigenous community information system: The Ieramugadu cultural project. In: Annual Conference of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Special Interest Group 1998 (OZCHI'98), 29 November - 4 December 1998, Adelaide, SA.
Turk, A. and Trees, K. (1999) Facilitating community processes through culturally appropriate informatics. In: Gurstein, M., (ed.) Community Informatics: Enabling Communities with Information and Communications Technologies. IGI Global, Hershey, PA, pp. 339-358.
Trees, K. (1997) The politics of Post-colonial reading practices as they relate to the work of Aboriginal writers. In: Collett, A., Jensen, L. and Rutherford, A., (eds.) Teaching Post-Colonialism and Post-Colonial Literatures. Aarhus University Press, Denmark, pp. 155-159.
Trees, K. (2004) Background paper on contemporary issues facing customary law and the general legal system : Roebourne - a case study. Law Reform Commission of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia.
Trees, Kathryn A. (1998) Narrative and co-existence: mediating between indigenous and non-indigenous stories. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.