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Duncan-Howell, Jennifer A. (2009) It's All About Connections: Teachers, Online Communities and PD. VDM Verlag, Saarbrucken, Germany.
Lloyd, Margaret M. & Duncan Howell, Jennifer (2009) Changing the metaphor : the potential of online communities in teacher professional development. In Lindberg, Ola & Olofsson, Anders (Eds.) Online Learning Communities and Teacher Professional Development: Methods for Improved Education Delivery. Information Science (IGI Global), Hershey, Pa., pp. 60-76.
Duncan-Howell, Jennifer A. (2009) Teachers and technology : online communities as a source of professional learning. In Millwater, Jan & Beutel, Denise A. (Eds.) Stepping Out into the Real World of Education. Pearson Education Australia, Frenchs Forest, NSW, pp. 155-170.
Duncan-Howell, Jennifer A. (2009) Teachers making connections : online communities as a source of professional learning. British Journal of Education Technology, 40(6).
Duncan-Howell, Jennifer A. (2009) Online professional communities : understanding the effects of membership on teacher practice. The International Journal of Learning, 16(5), pp. 601-613.
Duncan-Howell, Jennifer A. (2009) eCAF: A new tool for the conversational analysis of electronic communication. British Journal Of Educational Technology, 40(6), pp. 1014-1027.
English, Rebecca M. & Duncan-Howell, Jennifer A. (2008) Facebook© goes to college: using social networking tools to support students undertaking teaching practicum. Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 4(4), pp. 596-601.
Duncan-Howell, Jennifer A. (2008) Graphically mapping electronic discussions: understanding online conversational dynamics. E-Learning, 5(3), pp. 324-337.
Lee, Kar-Tin & Duncan-Howell, Jennifer A. (2007) How do we know e-learning works? Or does it? E-Learning, 4(4), pp. 482-496.
Duncan-Howell, Jennifer A., Beutel, Denise A., Lee, Kar-Tin, & Bahr, Nan (2009) Curriculum renewal in higher education: Ongoing professional learning through A 1+2 model of teacher development. In British Educational Research Association, Annual Conference, 2-5 September 2009, University of Manchester. (Unpublished)
Lloyd, Margaret M. & Duncan-Howell, Jennifer A. (2008) Discussing, sharing and collaborating: Distributed constructionism goes online. In Jeffery, Peter L. (Ed.) Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) 2008, 30th November - 4th December, 2008, Brisbane. (In Press)
Lloyd, Margaret M. & Duncan-Howell, Jennifer A. (2008) Land Yachts: Building active online collaboration. In ACEC 2008: ACT on ICT, October, 2008, Canberra.
Duncan-Howell, Jennifer A. & Lee, Kar-Tin (2008) Policy catch up: developing nations and developing ICT policy documents. In British Educational Research Association (BERA) Annual Conference 2008, 3-6th September 2008, Herriot-Watt University, Edinburgh.
Duncan-Howell, Jennifer A. (2007) Graphically mapping electronic discussions: unlocking online dynamics. In British Educational Research Association (BERA) Conference 2007, 5-8 September 2007, London.
Duncan-Howell, Jennifer A. & Lee, Kar-Tin (2007) M-Learning – Innovations and Initiatives: Finding a place for mobile technologies within tertiary educational settings. In Atkinson, Roger, McBeath, Clare, Soong Swee Kit, Alan, & Cheers, Chris (Eds.) Ascilite 2007, 2-5 December 2005, Singapore.
English, Lyn D., Nason, Rodney A., & Duncan-Howell, Jennifer (2007) Modelling within mathematical online knowledge-building communities. In Hamilton, Eric (Ed.) 2nd International Distributed Learning and Collaboration Symposium, June 11-14, 2007, Singapore.
Duncan-Howell, Jennifer A., McDonald, Fiona, & Lewis, Bridget (2009) Identity and disciplinarity : Multi-disciplinary student cohorts in Higher Education [Abstract]. In European Conference on Educational Research, 28-30 September 2009, University of Vienna, Vienna.
Duncan-Howell, Jennifer (2007) Online communities of practice and their role in the professional development of teachers. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.