Dr. Stephen Marshall
BSc. (Hons), Grad Dip Sci (Comp Sci), PhD
Senior Lecturer in Educational Technology
University Teaching Development Centre
Victoria University of Wellington
PO Box 600
Phone: +64 4 4955205
Fax: +64 4 4715386
"The answer to large-scale reform is not to try to emulate the characteristics of the minority who are getting somewhere under present conditions ... Rather, we must change existing conditions so that it is normal and possible for a majority of people to move forward" (Fullan, 2001)
E-Learning Maturity ModelThe E-Learning Maturity Model (eMM) provides a means by which institutions can assess and compare their capability to sustainably develop, deploy and support e-learning. The eMM is based on the ideas of the Capability Maturity Model and SPICE (Software Process Improvement and Capability dEtermination) methodologies.
Peer reviewed journals and book chapters
|Scornavacca, E., Huff, S. and Marshall, S. (2008). Understanding the Value of Interactive SMS for large classes. In Hokyoung, R. and Parsons, D. (eds.) Innovative Mobile Learning. Idea Group Publishing, Hershey PA, USA. (in press)|
|Marshall, S. (2008). Copyright with an international perspective for academics. In Howard, C., Boettcher, J.V., Justice, L., Schenk, K., Rogers, P.L. and Berg, G. A. (eds) Encyclopedia of Distance and Online Learning, 2nd Edition, Idea Group, Hershey, PA, USA. (in press)|
|Scornavacca, E., Huff, S. and Marshall (2007). Mobile Phones in the Classroom: if you can't beat them, join them. Communications of the ACM (accepted for publication)|
|Cullen, R. and Marshall, S.J. (2006). Genetic Research and Genetic Information: A Health Information Professional's Perspective on the Benefits and Risks. Health Information and Libraries Journal 23(4): 275-282.|
|Marshall, S.J. and Garry, M. (2006). NESB and ESB students' attitudes and perceptions of plagiarism. International Journal for Educational Integrity 2(1):26-37. |
Peer reviewed conference proceedings
|Marshall, S.J. and Mitchell, G. (2007). Benchmarking International E-learning Capability with the E-Learning Maturity Model. In Proceedings of EDUCAUSE in Australasia 2007, 29 April-2 May 2007, Melbourne, Australia. |
|Scornavacca, E., Huff, S. and Marshall, S. (2007). Developing a SMS-based classroom interaction system. In Proceedings of the Conference on Mobile Learning Technologies and Applications, 19 February 2007, Auckland, New Zealand.
|Scornavacca, E. and Marshall, S. (2007). TXT-2-LRN: improving students' learning experience in the classroom through interactive SMS. In Proceedings of the 40th Hawaii International International Conference on Systems Science (HICSS-40 2007), 3-6 January 2007, Waikoloa, Big Island, HI, USA.
|Marshall, S.J. (2006). Development and Evolution of an E-Learning Maturity Model. In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Technology Supported Learning and Training (OnlineEduca) pp. 291-294. Berlin, Germany, 28th November-1st December.|
|Marshall, S.J. and Mitchell, G. (2006). Assessing Sector E-Learning Capability With an E-Learning Maturity Model. In D. Whitelock and S. Wheeler, Eds. Proceedings of the 13th International Conference of the Association for Learning Technology (ALT-C) pp. 203-214. Edinburgh, Scotland, 5-7th September.|
|Marshall, S. (2006). E-Learning Maturity Model Version Two: New Zealand Tertiary Institution E-Learning Capability: Informing and Guiding E-Learning Architectural Change and Development Project Report. Report to the New Zealand Ministry of Education. 118pp.
|Marshall, S. (2006). eMM Version Two Process Assessment Workbook. Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington. Report to the New Zealand Ministry of Education. 83pp.
|Marshall, S. (2006). eMM Version Two Process Descriptions. Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington. Report to the New Zealand Ministry of Education. 157pp.