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Doherty, Catherine, Patton, Wendy, & Shield, Paul (2015) Family Mobility : Reconciling Career Opportunities and Educational Strategy. Changing Mobilities. Routledge, Abingdon and New York.
Lidstone, John & Shield, Paul (2010) Virtual Reality or Virtually Real : Blended Teaching and Learning in a Master's Level Research Methods Class. In Inoue, Yukiko (Ed.) Cases on Online and Blended Learning Technologies in Higher Education : Concepts and Practices. IGI Global, Hershey, PA, USA, pp. 91-111.
Lidstone, John & Shield, Paul G. (2010) Virtual reality or virtually real : blended teaching and learning in a Master's level research methods class. In Inoue, Yukiko (Ed.) Cases on Online and Blended Learning Technologies in Higher Education: Concepts and Practices. Information Science Reference (IGI Global), Hershey, Philadelphia, pp. 91-111.
Patton, Wendy A., Doherty, Catherine A., & Shield, Paul G. (2014) The extended context of career : families negotiating education and career decisions. Australian Journal of Career Development, 23(2), pp. 69-78.
Doherty, Catherine, Shield, Paul, Patton, Wendy, & Mu, Guanglun Michael (2014) The limits to public service : rural communities, professional families, and work mobility. Community, Work & Family. (In Press)
Doherty, Catherine A., Luke, Allan, Shield, Paul G., & Hincksman, Candice (2012) Choosing your niche : the social ecology of the International Baccalaureate Diploma in Australia. International Studies in Sociology of Education, 22(4), pp. 311-332.
Grieshaber, Susan J., Shield, Paul, Luke, Allan, & Macdonald, Shelly (2012) Family literacy practices and home literacy resources : an Australian pilot study. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy, 12(2), pp. 113-138.
Doherty, Catherine A. & Shield, Paul G. (2012) Teachers’ work in curricular markets : conditions of design and relations between the International Baccalaureate Diploma and the local curriculum. Curriculum Inquiry, 42(3), pp. 414-441.
Ribu, D. L., Shield, P. W., & Cominos, D. (2011) Displaced granulosa cells in peritoneal washings : a rare diagnostic pitfall. Cytopathology, 22(3), pp. 202-204.
Doherty, Catherine A., Li, Mu, & Shield, Paul G. (2009) Planning mobile futures : the border artistry of International Baccalaureate Diploma choosers. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 30(6), pp. 757-771.
Atweh, Bill, Shield, Paul G., & Godat, Meredith M. (2005) The Bumpy Road of Collaborative Innovation in Online Delivery: How to Negotiate it? In Beyond Delivery - On Line Teaching Conference, October 2005, Queensland University of Technology - Gardens Point.
Singh, Parlo, Atweh, Bill, & Shield, Paul G. (2005) Designing Postgraduate Pedagogies: Connecting Internal and External Learners. In AARE Education Research Conference, ‘Creative Dissent: Constructive Solutions’, 27th November -1st December, 2005., University of Western Sydney, Parramatta Campus, Australia.
Shield, Paul G., Atweh, Bill, & Singh, Parlo (2005) Utilising synchronous web mediated communications as a booster to sense of community in an online teaching and learning environment. In ASCILITE conference, October 2005, QUT, Brisbane.
Luke, Allan, Cazden, Courtney, Coopes, Rhonda, , , , , , , et al. (2013) A Summative Evaluation of the Stronger Smarter Learning Communities Project : Vol 1 and Vol 2. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD. (Submitted (not yet accepted for publication))
Luke, Allan, Cazden, Courtney, Coopes, Rhonda, Klenowski, Valentina, Ladwig, James, Lester, John, et al. (2011) A formative evaluation of the Stronger Smarter Learning Communities Project. 2011 report. SSLC Project Committee, Queensland University of Technology and Dept. of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, Brisbane , Qld. & Canberra, A. C. T.. (Submitted (not yet accepted for publication))
Luke, Allan, Shield, Paul G., Theroux, Pamela, Tones, Megan, & Villegas, Malia (2012) Knowing and teaching the indigenous other: teachers’ engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. [Working Paper] (Submitted (not yet accepted for publication))