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Carroll, Julie-Anne, Foth, Marcus, & Adkins, Barbara A. (2010) Traversing urban social spaces : how online research helps unveil offline practice. In Hunsinger, Jeremy, Allen, Matthew, & Klastrup, Lisbeth (Eds.) International Handbook of Internet Research. Springer, Dortrecht, The Netherlands, pp. 147-158.
Carroll, Julie-Anne, Adkins, Barbara A., Diaz, Abbey, Meiklejohn, Judith, & Newcomb, Michelle (2013) Collaboration and competition on a Wiki : the praxis of online social learning to improve academic writing and research in under-graduate students. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 29(4), pp. 513-525.
Ben Harush, Orit Rivka, Carroll, Julie-Anne, & Marsh, Brendan (2012) Using mobile social media and GIS in health and place research. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 26(5), pp. 715-730.
Carroll, Julie-Anne, Adkins, Barbara A., Parker, Elizabeth A., Foth, Marcus, & Jamali, Soad (2008) My place through my eyes: A social constructionist approach to researching the relationships between socioeconomic living contexts and physical activity. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, 3(4), pp. 204-218.
Carroll, Julie-Anne, Rodgers, Jess, Sankupellay, Mangalam, Newcomb, Michelle, & Cook, Roger (2014) Systematic evaluation of GoSoapBox in tertiary education : a student response system for improving learning experiences and outcomes. In 8th International Technology, Education and Development Conference, 10-12 March 2014, Valencia, Spain.
Carroll, Julie-Anne, Diaz, Abbey, Niland, Coleen, Meiklejohn, Judith, & Adkins, Barbara A. (2012) ‘Show Me Your Wiki and I’ll Show you Mine’: Using Online Interactive Media to Improve Academic Writing and Research in a Public Health Under-Graduate Cohort. In Martellini, Lorenzo (Ed.) The Future of Education Conference Proceedings 2012, Simonelli Editore, Florence, Italy, pp. 43-48.
Carroll, Julie-Anne & McCarthy, Rebecca (2010) Geekdom for Grrrls health : Australian undergraduate experiences developing and promoting women’s health in cyberspace. In International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation Proceedings, ICERI, Convention Centre - Melia Castilla Madrid, Madrid.
Carroll, Julie-Anne, Adkins, Barbara A., & Parker, Elizabeth A. (2007) ‘Blogging about Jogging’: digital stories about physical activity from residents in a new urban environment with implications for future content and media choices in population health communication. In 57th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, 24-28 May 2007 , San Francisco, CA.
Carroll, Julie-Anne, Adkins, Barbara A., Foth, Marcus, & Parker, Elizabeth A. (2007) The Kelvin Grove Urban Village : what aspects of design are important for connecting people, place, and health? In Proceedings of the 2007 International Urban Design Conference, Jupiters Casino, Gold Coast.
Carroll, Julie-Anne, Ben Harush, Orit Rivka, & Nucifora, Alice (2014) GIS and qualitative data on young mothers’ use of urban neighbourhoods for physical activity. In AEA Annual Scientific Meeting 2013, 20-22 October 2013, Brisbane, QLD.
Carroll, Julie-Anne, Ben Harush, Orit Rivka, & Washington, Tracy L. (2012) ‘The health-location connection’: using GIS and social media on smartphones to track engagement with the Local urban environment for work, recreation, and physical activity. In Alliance for Healthy Cities, 26 - 28 October 2012, Brisbane Exhibition and Convention Centre. (Unpublished)
Landorf, Chris, Adkins, Barbara A., Washington, Tracy L., & Carroll, Julie-Anne (2012) Making more sustainable urban environments by responding to neurodiversity in later life. In 5th Alliance for Healthy Cities Global Conference, 24-27 October 2012, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Brisbane. (Unpublished)
Carroll, Julie-Anne (2008) My place through my eyes : a social constructionist approach to researching the relationships between socioeconomic living contexts and physical activity. PhD by Publication, Queensland University of Technology.