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Bridgstock, Ruth S., Dawson, Shane P., & Hearn, Gregory N. (2011) Cultivating Innovation through Social Relationships: A Qualitative Study of Outstanding Australian Innovators in Science, Technology and the Creative Industries. In Technology for Creativity and Innovation: Tools, Techniques and Applications. Information Science Reference (IGI Global), Hershey PA USA, pp. 104-120.
McWilliam, Erica L. & Dawson, Shane P. (2009) Flocking together : how to optimise the value of your doctoral network. In Denholm, Carey & Evans, Terry (Eds.) Beyond Doctorates Downunder : Maximising the Impact of your Doctorate from Australia and New Zealand. ACER Press, Camberwell, Victoria, pp. 187-194.
McWilliam, Erica L., Dawson, Shane P., & Tan, Jennifer Pei-Ling (2008) From vaporousness to visibility : what might evidence of creative capacity building actually look like? The UNESCO Observatory, 1(3).
McWilliam, Erica & Dawson, Shane (2008) Pedagogical practice after the information age. Journal of Futures Studies, 12(3), pp. 1-14.
Dawson, Shane & McWilliam, Erica (2008) Teaching for creativity : towards sustainable and replicable pedagogical practice. Higher Education, 56(6), pp. 633-643.
Dawson, Shane (2008) A study of the relationship between student and social networks and sense of community. Educational Technology and Society, 11(3), pp. 224-238.
Dawson, Shane P., Burnett, Bruce, & O'Donohue, Mark (2006) Learning Communities – an untapped sustainable competitive advantage for Higher education. International Journal of Educational Management, 20(2), pp. 127-139.
Dawson, Shane P. (2006) Online forum discussion interactions as an indicator of student community. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 22(4), pp. 495-510.
Dawson, Shane P. (2006) The impact of institutional surveillance technologies on student behaviour. Surveillance & Society, 4(1/2), pp. 69-84.
Dawson, Shane P. (2006) A study of the relationship between student communication interaction and sense of community. The Internet and Higher Education, 9(3), pp. 153-162.
Dawson, Shane P. (2007) Towards a conceptual model of community development. In Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia: Enhancing Higher Education, Theory and Scholarship, 8-11 July, Adelaide.
Burnett, Bruce, Dawson, Shane, & Waldron, Naomi (2005) Academic Staff Development in Online Learning and Teaching: Developing Online Pedagogies. In Ellis, A (Ed.) AusWeb05, 2 July - 6 July 2005, Australia, Queensland, Gold Coast.
Burnett, Bruce M. & Dawson, Shane P. (2005) Aligned and resistant communities: Exploring new conduits for online engagement. In OLT 2005 Conference: Beyond Delivery, 27/9/2005, Brisbane, Australia.
Heathcote, Elizabeth A. & Dawson, Shane P. (2005) Data Mining for Evaluation, Benchmarking and Reflective Practice in a LMS. In E-Learn World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Heathcare and Higher Education 2005, 24-28 October, Vancouver, Canada.
Dawson, Shane P., Burnett, Bruce M., & McArdle, Felicity A. (2005) Watching Learning From Behind Closed Doors: The Impact of Surveillance on Student Online Behaviour. In ELearn 2005: World conference on E-learning in corporate, government, healthcare and higher education, 24-28 October, Vancouver, Canada.
Dawson, Shane P., Winslett, Greg M., & Burr, Les (2004) Toward A Quantitative Analysis Of Online Communities. In Online Learning and Teaching Conference: Exploring integrated learning environments, 3 November 2004, Brisbane, Australia.
Dawson, Shane P., Winslett, Greg M., Rowe, Jillian L., Duffy, Peter D., Emmett, David J., & Matt, Inge (2003) Putting the ‘me’ into media: Exploring different strategies to embed the integration of streaming media with cognitive tools, into learning activities. In OLT 2003 Excellence: making the connections, 5th November, 2003, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre. (Unpublished)
Dawson, Shane Peter (2007) Juxtaposing community with learning: The relationship between learner contributions and sense of community in online environments. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.