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Article

Schutt, Stefan and Linegar, Dale (2013) We Learn as We Go: What Five Years Playing with Virtual Worlds has Taught Us. International Journal of Virtual and Personal Learning Environments, 4 (2). pp. 124-136. ISSN 1947-8518 (print), 1947-8526 (online)

Book Section

Rizzo, Alberto, Schutt, Stefan and Linegar, Dale (2012) Imagine that: Creating a 'third space' for young people with high functioning autism through the use of technology in a social setting. In: OzCHI '12 Proceedings of the 24th Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference. Farrell, Vivienne, Farrell, Graham, Chua, Caslon, Huang, Weidong, Vasa, Raj and Woodward, Clinton, eds. ACM, New York, New York, pp. 513-516.

Gregory, Sue, Jacka, Lisa, Stokes-Thompson, Frederick, Farley, Helen, Scutter, Sheila, Neuendorf, Penelope, Mathews, Shane, Garcia, Jaime, Meredith, Grant, Grant, Scott, Giovanangeli, Angela, Cram, Andrew, Muir, Tracey, Grenfell, Jenny, Williams, Anthony, McCarthy, Angela, Gregory, Brent, Schutt, Stefan, Wood, Denise, Orwin, Lindy, Warren, Ian, Bower, Matt, Butler, Des, Jegathesan, Jay Jay, Muir-Cochran, Eimear, Atkins, Clare, Le Rossignol, Karen, Linegar, Dale, Cleland, Ben, Hay, Lyn, Simoff, Simeon, Hillier, Mathew, Ellis, David, Masters, Yvonne, Stupans, Ieva, Steel, Caroline, Miller, Charlynn, Hearns, Merle, Brown, Ross, Flintoff, Kim, Gaukrodger, Belma, Larson, Ian, Wang, Xiangyu, Paillat, Edith, Gu, Ning and Bogdanovych, Anton (2012) Sustaining the future through virtual worlds. In: Future challenges, sustainable futures: Proceedings. Brown, M, Hartnett, M and Stewart, T, eds. Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, Wellington, pp. 361-368.

Gregory, Brent, Gregory, Sue, Wood, Denise, Masters, Yvonne, Hillier, Mathew, Stokes-Thompson, Frederick, Bogdanovych, Anton, Butler, Des, Hay, Lyn, Jegathesan, Jay Jay, Flintoff, Kim, Schutt, Stefan, Linegar, Dale, Alderton, Robyn, Cram, Andrew, Stupans, Ieva, McKeown Orwin, Lindy, Meredith, Grant, McCormick, Debbie, Collins, Franscesca, Grenfell, Jenny, Zagami, Jason, Ellis, Allan, Jacka, Lisa, Campbell, John, Larson, Ian, Fluck, Andrew, Thomas, Angela, Farley, Helen, Muldoon, Nona, Abbas, Ali, Sinnappan, Suku, Neville, Katrina, Burnett, Ian, Aitken, Ashley, Simoff, Simeon, Scutter, Sheila, Wang, Xiangyu, Souter, Kay, Ellis, David, Salomon, Mandy, Wadley, Greg, Jacobson, Michael, Newstead, Anne, Hayes, Gary, Grant, Scott and Yusupova, Alyona (2011) How are Australian Higher Education Institutions Contributing to Change Through Innovative Teaching and Learning in Virtual Worlds? In: Changing Demands, Changing Directions. Proceedings ascilite Hobart 2011. Williams, G, Statham, P, Brown, N and Cleland, P, eds. University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania, pp. 475-490.

Monograph

Schutt, Stefan, Martino, John and Linegar, Dale (2009) The Avatar Project: Creating Collaborative Online and 3D Game Spaces for Social Interaction : final report for VicHealth. Project Report. Victorian Health Commision, Melbourne.

Conference or Workshop Item

Schutt, Stefan and Linegar, Dale (2010) Agents of engagement: trialling the use of collaborative technology workshops to engage at-risk youth and teachers in VET. In: Australian Vocational Education and Training Research Association 13th Annual Conference, Thursday, 8 – Friday, 9 April 2010, Surfers Paradise, Queensland.

Schutt, Stefan, Martino, John and Linegar, Dale (2009) Navigating the Labyrinth: the technical trials and misadventures of bringing virtual worlds into a government secondary school. In: Proceedings of the 21st Annual Conference of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Special Interest Group: Design: Open 24/7, November 23 to 27, 2009, Melbourne, Australia.

Martino, John, Schutt, Stefan and Linegar, Dale (2009) Access and disadvantage: The pitfalls and promise of working with young people in a virtual world. In: Making links 2009 - sustaining communities in tough times, 17-18 November 2009, University of Melbourne.