The following provides pointers to most of the publications I’ve produced over the year. The following contains some statistics about the publications before listing them by year of publication. If you want to see some citation metrics for these, take a look at my Google scholar profile.
|Refereed Journal Paper||5|
|Refereed Conference Paper||53|
|Other Conference Paper/presentation||12|
|Best paper awards||7|
David Jones, Hazel Jones, Colin Beer, Celeste Lawson. (2017) Implications and questions for institutional learning analytics implementation arising from teacher DIY learning analytics, To appear in the proceedings of the 2017 Australian Learning Analytics Summer Institute (ALASI 2017)
Albion, P., Jones, D., Campbell, C., & Jones, J. (2017). Open Educational Practice and Preservice Teacher Education: Understanding Past Practice and Future Possibilities. In Leping Liu & D. Gibson (Eds.), Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2017 (pp. 99–107). Waynesville, NC: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education. Retrieved from https://www.learntechlib.org/p/180960/
Albion, P., Jones, D., Jones, J., & Campbell, C. (2017). Open Educational Practice and Preservice Teacher Education: Understanding past practice and future possibilities. In Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2017. Best paper award.
Jones, D., Schneider, E. (under review). What if our digital technologies were protean? Implications for computational thinking, learning, and teaching. Presented at ACCE’2016.
Albion, P., Heffernan, A., & Jones, D. (2016). Mapping the digital practices of teacher educators: Implications for teacher education in changing digital landscapes. Accepted for publication in Proceedings of SITE’2016. One of three papers awarded the Ann Thompson TPACK Paper Award.
Jones, D., Heffernan, A., & Albion, P. R. (2015). TPACK as shared practice: Toward a research agenda. In D. Slykhuis & G. Marks (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2015 (pp. 3287–3294). Las Vegas, NV: AACE. Best paper award
Jones, D., Heffernan, A., & Albion, P. (2015). TPACK as Shared Practice: Toward a Research. In L. Liu & D. Gibson (Eds.), Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2015 (pp. 13–20). Waynesville, NC: AACE.
Colin Beer, David Jones, Rolley Tickner, (2014), Three paths for learning analytics and beyond: Moving from rhetoric to reality, accepted for presentation at ASCILITE’2014 (also apparently nominated for best paper)
David Jones, Colin Beer, Damien Clark, (2013), The IRAC framework: Locating the performance zone for learning analytics, to be presented at ASCILITE’2013
David Jones, Avoiding the learning analytics fad: Forgotten insights and example applications, Invited presentation at the Inaugural University Analytics Forum, Melbourne, 26-27 September, 2013
David Jones, Colin Beer, Moving beyond a fashion: Likely paths and pitfalls for learning analytics, Invited presentation at Blended Learning’2013, Sydney, 18-19 September, 2013
David Jones (2013), Moodle, BIM, reflective journals and TPACK: Suggestions for moving beyond, to be presented at Moodlemoot’AU 2013
David Jones, Colin Beer (2012), Moving beyond a fashion: likely paths and pitfalls for learning analytics, Presentation at SoLAR Southern Flare Conference, Sydney, 2012.
David Jones (2012), The life and death of Webfuse: principles for learning and learning into the future. In M. Brown, M. Hartnett, & T. Stewart (Eds.), Future challenges, sustainable futures. Proceedings ascilite Wellington 2012 (pp. 414–423). Wellington, NZ.
Colin Beer, David Jones, Damien Clark (2012) Analytics and complexity: Learning and leading for the future. In M. Brown, M. Hartnett, & T. Stewart (Eds.), Future Challenges, Sustainable Futures. Proceedings of ascilite Wellington 2012 (pp. 78–87). Wellington, NZ. Nominated for best paper
Lemon, N., Thorneycroft, S., Jones, D., & Forner, L. (2012). Project #pstn: engaging pre-service teachers in the Twitterverse. Paper presented at The PLE Conference – 2012, Melbourne.
Abdul Hafeez-Baig, Raj Gururajan, David Jones and P. A. Danaher (2012), Feeding Back and Enhancing Authentic Learning in Quality Course Assessment Design: Locating Information Systems Education in Rigorous Educational Research, Paper accepted for ACIS’2012.
Beer, C., Clark, K., & Jones, D. (2010). Indicators of engagement. Curriculum, technology and transformation for an unknown future. Proceedings of ASCILITE Sydney 2010 (pp. 75-86).
Clark, K., Beer, C., & Jones, D. (2010). Academic involvement with the LMS : An exploratory study. In C. Steel, M. Keppell, P. Gerbic, & S. Housego (Eds.), Curriculum, technology & transformation for an unknown future. Proceedings ascilite Sydney 2010 (pp. 487-496).
David Jones, Limits in developing innovative pedagogy with Moodle: The story of BIM, presented at the 2010 MoodleMoot’AU
Col Beer, David Jones, Ken Clark, The indicators project identifying effective learning: adoption, activity, grades and external factors, to appears in the Proceedings of ASCILITE’09
David Jones, Alternatives for the institutional implementation of e-learning: Lessons from 13 years of Webfuse, to be presented at EDUCAUSE’09, Denver, CO.
David Jones, Jo Luck, Blog Aggregation Management: Reducing the Aggravation of Managing Student Blogging, to appear in the Proceedings of EdMedia’2009, Honolulu, USA.
David Jones, Jocene Vallack, Nathaniel Fitzgerald-Hood, The Ps Framework: Mapping the landscape for the PLEs@CQUni project, to appear Proceedings of ASCILITE’2008
Nona Muldoon, David Jones, Jenny Kofoed, Colin Beer, Bringing ‘second life’ to a tough undergraduate course: Cognitive apprenticeship through machinimas, to appear Proceedings of ASCILITE’2008
Colin Beer, David Jones, Learning networks: Harnessing the power of online communities for discipline and lifelong learning, to appear in the proceedings of the 2008 Lifelong Learning Conference
David Jones, PLEs: Framing one future for lifelong learning, e-learning and universities, to appear in the proceedings of the 2008 Lifelong Learning Conference – One of three best papers
Shirley Gregor, David Jones, The Anatomy of a Design Theory, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 8(5) article 1 Chosen as the journal’s best paper for 2007. Now, also selected as one of the five best publications in the Information Systems discipline for 2007.
David Jones, Nona Muldoon, The teleological reason why ICTs limit choice for university learners and learning, In ICT: Providing choices for learners and learning. Proceedings ASCILITE Singapore. pp 450-459
David Jones, Shirley Gregor, The formulation of an ISDT for e-learning, to be presented at the 1st International Conference on Design Science Research in Information Systems and Technology
David Jones, Jo Luck, Jeanne McConachie, P. A. Danaher, The teleological brake on ICTs in open and distance learning, To appear in Proceedings of ODLAA’2005
David Jones, Mary Cranston, Sandy Behrens, Kieren Jamieson, What makes ICT implementation successful: A case study of online assignment submission, To appear in Proceedings of ODLAA’2005
Sandy Behrens, Kieren Jamiesion, David Jones, Mary Cranston, Predicting System Success using the Technology Acceptance Model: A Case Study, To appear in Proceedings of ACIS’2005
Jeanne McConachie, Patrick Danaher, Jo Luck, David Jones, Central Queensland University’s Course Management Systems: Accelerator or Brake in Engaging Change?, International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 6(1), March 2005
Shirley Gregor, David Jones, The Formulation of Design Theories for Information Systems, in Linger, H., Fisher, J., Wojtkowski, W., Zupancic, J., Vigo, K. & Arold, J. (Eds) Constructing the infrastructure for the knowledge economy: Methods and tools, theory and practice. New York, Kluwer Academic, pp 83-93
David Jones, Shirley Gregor, An Information Systems Design Theory for e-Learning, to appear in the Proceedings of ACIS’2004, Hobart. Nominated for best paper
David Jones, Sandy Behrens, Kieren Jamieson, Elizabeth Tansley, The rise and fall of a shadow system: Lessons for Enterprise System Implementation, to appear in the Proceedings of ACIS’2004, Hobart.
Patrick Danaher, Jo Luck, David Jones, Jeanne McConachie, Course management systems: Innovation versus managerialism, Proceedings of 11th International Conference, ALT-C 2004, 14-16 September 2004, University of Exeter, Devon, England, 2004. pp 23-35.
This paper received one of four, and the only non-British, inaugural “Outstanding Research Paper Awards” for papers published in the conference proceedings.
Jo Luck, David Jones, Jeanne McConachie, P.A. Danaher, Challenging Enterprises and SubCultures: Interrogating ‘Best Practice’ in Central Queensland University’s Course Management Systems,Studies in Learning, Evaluation, Innovation, and Development, 1(2), pp 19-31
David Jones, Sandy Behrens, “Online Assignment Management: An Evolutionary Tale,” Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, vol. 5, no. 5, pp. 156c, 36th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS’03) – Track 5, 2003.
David Jones, Kieren Jamieson, Damien Clark, “A Model for Evaluating Potential WBE Innovations,” Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, vol. 5, no. 5, pp. 154a, 36th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS’03) – Track 5, 2003.
David Jones, Shirley Gregor, Teresa Lynch, An Information Systems Design Theory for Web-based Education, Proceedings of the IASTED International Symposium on Web-baesd Education.
David Jones, Teresa Lynch, Kieren Jamision, Emergent Development of Web-based Education, Proceedings of Informing Science + IT Education Conference, Pori, Finland
Peter Bakker, David Jones, Pam Sorohan, National Quality in a Global Context, Workshop presented at AUQF’2003
David Jones, Course Barometers: lessons gained from the widespread use of anonymous online formative evaluation, Proceedings of OLT’2003, Brisbane, pp 47-54
Pam Sorohan, David Jones, Course barometers as lead indicators, Presented at the Tertiary Education Management Conference’2003, Adelaide
David Jones, Student feedback, anonymity, observable change and course barometers, World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications, Denver, Colorado, June 2002, pp. 884-889.
David Jones, Andrew Newman, A constructivist-based tools for operating systems education, World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications, Denver, Colorado, June 2002, pp. 882-883.
David Jones, Andrew Newman, RCOS.java: A Simulated Operating System with Animations, Proceedings of CBLIS’2001, Graham Chapman (editor), section C4, Brno, The Czechk Republic, 7-11 July, 2001
Tim Roberts, Celia Romm, David Jones, Current Practice in Web-based Delivery of IT Courses, APWEB 2000, Xi’an, China, 27-29 Oct 2000.
Tim Roberts, Celia Romm, David Jones, Collaborative Learning: Underlying Philosophies and Practices, IAIM 2000, Brisbane, 8-10 Dec 2000
David Jones, Emergent Development and the Virtual University, Learning’2000, Roanoke, Virginia
Shirley Gregor, David Jones, Teresa Lynch, A. Alison Plummer, Web Information Systems Development: Some neglected aspects, in Don Schwartz, Glen Earl (editors), Proceedings of the International Business Association Conference, Cancun Mexico, May 1999, pp 175-187
David Jones, Solving some problems with University Education: Part II, to appear in the Proceedings of Ausweb’99, Balina, Australia
David Jones, Sharonn Stewart, The case for patterns in online learning, Proceedings of Webnet’99 Conference, De Bar, P. & Legget, J. (eds), Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, Honolulu, Hawaii, Oct 24-30, pp 592-597
David Jones, Teresa Lynch, A Model for the Design of Web-based Systems that supports Adoption, Appropriation, and Evolution, Proceedings of the 1st ICSE Workshop on Web Engineering, Murugesan, S. & Deshpande, Y. (eds), Los Angeles, pp 47-56
David Jones, Webfuse: An integrated, eclectic Web authoring tool, Proceedings of EdMedia’99, Betty Collis, Ron Oliver (editors), June, 1999, pp 1799-1801
David Jones, Sharonn, Stewart, Leonie Power, Patterns: using proven experience to develop online learning, Proceedings of ASCILITE’99, Responding to Diversity, Brisbane: QUT, pp 155-162
David Cardnell, David Jones, Sharonn Stewart, Scot Aldred, Providing alternatives for distance education students, in Where is IT&T at? Proceedings of the Australian Computers in Education Conference, Wing Au, Ruth Geer, Bruce White (eds)
David Jones, Bruce Jamieson, Three Generations of Online Assignment Management, Rod Kevill, Ron Oliver, Rob Phillips (editors),What Works and Why, Proceedings of ASCILITE’97, Perth, Australia, pp 317-323
David Jones, Colin McCormack, Class Management: The Forgotten Task, Hope Greenberg, Rik Hall (editors), Shortening the Distance to Education, Proceedings of the Third International North American Web Conference, Fredicton, Canada, pp 109-125.
Colin McCormack, David Jones, Building a Web-based Education System, John Wiley & Sons
David Jones, Solving Some Problems of University Education: A Case Study, Technology Tools for Todays Campuses [CD ROM], Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, WA, J. L. Morrison
David Jones, Renay Buchanan, The Design of an Integrated Online Learning Environment, Making New Connections, Proceedings of ASCILITE’96 Adelaide, Allan Christie, Patrick James, Beverley Vaughan, pp 331-345
Ron Chernich, Bruce Jamieson, David Jones, RCOS: Yet another teaching operating system, Proceedings of the First Australasian Conference on Computer Science Education.
David Jones, Solving some problems of University Education: A Case Study, Proceedings of AusWeb96, Southern Cross University Press, Gold Coast, Gold Coast, Roger Debreceny, Allan Ellis, pp 243-252
Margaret Reek, Jill Gerhardt-Powals, Stephen Hartley, David Jones, M. Dee Medley, Colin McCormack, Blaine Price, Marguerite Summers, Enhancing Teaching Using the Internet. Integrating Technology into Computer Science Education, Association for Computing Machinery, Barcelona, Gordon Davies, pp 218-288
David Jones, Computing by Distance Education: Problems and Solutions, Integrating Technology into Computer Science Education, Association for Computing Machinery, Barcelona, Gordon Davies, pp 139-146
David Jones, Teaching Systems Administration II, SAGE-AU’95, Wollongong.
Brett Carter, Jason Lockwood, Sean O’Kelly, Chris Parry, Shane Atkinson, Terry Manderson, David Jones CQ-PAN: Putting Schools into Cyberspace, Information On-Line and On-Disk 95, Sydney.
Rex Boggs, David Jones. Lessons Learnt in Connecting Schools to the Internet Australian Educational Computing, 9(2):29-32, Australian Council for Computers in Education.
David Jones. A Workstation in Every Home!, Asia Pacific Information Technology in Education Conference, Brisbane, July 1994.
Ron Chernich, David Jones. The Design and Construction of a Simulated Operating System, Asia Pacific Information Technology in Education Conference, Brisbane, July 1994.
Rex Boggs, David Jones. Cyberspace: The New Educational Frontier., Queensland Society for Information Technology in Education (QSITE) conference, Rockhampton, April, 1994.
David Jones, How do you teach Systems Administration?, Presented at SAGE-AU’93, University of Melbourne, Melbourne.
David Jones (2005), Enhancing the learning journey for distance education students in an introductory programming course, Being put through the REACT process.
David Jones, Phillipa Sturgess, Paula Turnbull, (1999) Change and Flexibility: Redesigning Teaching was submitted to SIGCSE either in 1999 or 2000