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).
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
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.
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.
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. (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. 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.
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.
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) 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) Ethical issues concerning the development of an Indigenous Cultural Heritage Information System. The Systemist (20). pp. 229-242.
Trees, Kathryn A. (1998) Narrative and co-existence: mediating between indigenous and non-indigenous stories. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.
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. (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
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. (1996) Book review: Michaels, Eric. Bad Aboriginal Art and Other Essays: Tradition, Media, and Technological Horizons. Alternative Law Journal, 21 (1).