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Book Chapter

Cuffe, Natalie (2007) Survey research. In Exploring methods in information literacy research. Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University,, Wagga Wagga, N.S.W.,.

Journal Article

Barnard, Alan, Croft, Waveney M., Irons, Rosemary R., Cuffe, Natalie, Bandara, Wasana, & Rowntree, Pamela (2011) Peer partnership to enhance scholarship of teaching : a case study. Journal of the Higher Education Research and Development, 30(4), pp. 435-448.
Number of full-text downloads 82
Number of citations in Scopus 3
Number of citations in Web of ScienceĀ® 2

Burton, Kelley J. & Cuffe, Natalie A. (2005) The Design and Implementation of Criterion-referenced Assessment in a First Year Undergraduate Core Law Unit. Legal Education Review, 15(1 - 2), p. 159.
Number of full-text downloads 365

Hutchinson, Terry C. & Cuffe, Natalie (2004) Legal Research Project Management: Skills Extension for Upper Level Law Students. The Law Teacher, 38(2), pp. 159-181.

Conference Paper

McNamara, Judith, Field, Rachael M., & Cuffe, Natalie A. (2008) Designing Reflective Assessment for Effective Learning of Legal Research Skills in First Year. In First Year in Higher Education Conference 2008, 30 June - 2nd July 2008, Hobart, Tasmania.
Number of full-text downloads 355

Cuffe, Natalie & Jackson, Sheryl (2006) Engaging Students in the Implementation of Criterion Referenced Assessment in First Year Law. In Dopson, K (Ed.) Proceedings of the FYHE Conference 2006, 12 - 14 July 2006, Australia, Queensland, Gold Coast.
Number of full-text downloads 280

Christensen, Sharon & Cuffe, Natalie (2002) Embedding Graduate Attributes in Law - Why, How and Is It Working? In Appleton, K, Macpherson, C, & Orr, D (Eds.) Refereed Papers from the International Lifelong Learning Conference 2002, 16-19 June 2002, Yeppoon, Queensland.

Cuffe, Natalie (2002) Law Student's Experiences of Information and Information Technology - Implications for Legal Information Literacy Curriculum Development. In Jeffery, Peter (Ed.) AARE 2002 Conference Papers, 1-5 December 2002, Brisbane, Queensland.

Cuffe, Natalie & Bruce, Christine (2000) Information and information technology use in undergraduate legal education. In Booker, Di (Ed.) Concept, Challenge, Conundrum : From Library Skills to Information Literacy : Proceedings of the Fourth National Information Literacy Conference, University of South Australia Library, Adelaide, South Australia, pp. 76-88.
Number of full-text downloads 31

Conference Item

Carver, Tracey L. & Cuffe, Natalie (2012) Skill development and social inclusion via peer assisted learning in first-year higher education : an evaluation of student experiences across two law units. In 15th International First Year in Higher Education Conference 2012: New Horizons, 26 - 29 June 2012, Brisbane. (Unpublished)

Carver, Tracey & Cuffe, Natalie (2011) Skill development in first year law students : an evaluation of peer assisted learning across two law units. In 7th National PASS Forum 2011, 28-29 September 2011, The Grace Hotel, Sydney. (Unpublished)

QUT Thesis

Cuffe, Natalie (2003) Legal information literacy : student experiences and the implications for legal education curriculum development. Masters by Research thesis, Queensland University of Technology.

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