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  • Solomon, Andrew; Santamaria, Daniel; Lister, Raymond (UTS, 2006)
  • Lister, Raymond; Leaney, John (Higher Educational Research and Development Society of Australasia, 2003)
  • Whalley, J; Lister, Raymond (Australian Computer Society Inc., 2009)
    Abstract: BRACElet is a multi-institutional computer education research study of novice programmers. The project is open to new members. The purpose of this paper is to: (1) provide potential new members with an overview ...
  • Lister, Raymond; Box, Ilona (Australian Computer Society Inc., 2009)
    Abstract: This paper identifies the most commonly cited conferences, journals and books of the 43 papers within the first three ICER proceedings. A large array of conferences, journals, and books were cited. However, only ...
  • Venables, Anne; Tan, Grace; Lister, Raymond (Association for Computing Machinery, 2009)
    Abstract: The way in which novice programmers learn to write code is of considerable interest to computing education researchers. One research approach to understanding how beginners acquire their programming abilities has ...
  • Lister, Raymond (Australian Computer Society, 2011)
    Abstract This paper brings together a number of empirical research results on novice programmers, using a neo-Piagetian theoretical framework. While there already exists literature connecting programming with classical ...
  • Lister, Raymond; Berglund, Anders; Box, Ilona; Cope, Chris; Pears, Arnold; Avram, Chris; Bower, Mat; Carbone, Angela; Davey, Bill; De Raadt, Michael; Doyle, Bernard; Fitzgerald, Sue; Mannila, Linda; Kutay, C; Peltomaki, Peltomakimia; Sheard, J; Sutton, Ken; Traynor, Des; Tutty, Jodi; Venables, Anne (Australian Computer Society, 2007)
    This paper presents first results from a wide-ranging phenomenographic study of computing academics' understanding of teaching. These first results focus upon four areas: the role of lab practical sessions, the experience ...
  • Lister, Raymond; Box, Ilona; Morrison, Briana; Westbrook, Suzanne; Tenenberg, Josh (Association for Computing Machinery, 2004)
    The current debate about the teaching of data structures is hampered because, as a community, we usually debate specifics about data structure implementations and libraries, when the real level of disagreement remains ...
  • Lee, Sofianto; Lister, Raymond (Australian Computer Society, Inc, 2008)
    Abstract This paper examines the capacity of networks of phase coupled oscillators to coordinate activity in a parallel, distributed fashion. To benchmark these networks of oscillators, we present empirical results from ...
  • Hitchens, Michael; Lister, Raymond (Australian Computer Society Inc., 2009)
    Abstract: This paper reports on the findings from focus groups, conducted at Macquarie University, on the attitudes of computing students to lectures. Students felt that two things were vital for a good lecture: (1) ...
  • Lister, Raymond; Fidge, Colin; Teague, Donna (Association for Computing Machinery, 2009)
    ABSTRACT: This paper reports on a replication of earlier studies into a possible hierarchy of programming skills. In this study, the students from whom data was collected were at a university that had not provided data for ...
  • Berglund, Anders; Lister, Raymond (National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications, 2007)
    When computing education research is performed in a rigorous and theoretically sound way, it can inform and improve teaching. Having conducted a phenomenographic study of studentsa?? understandings of computer network ...
  • Berglund, Anders; Lister, Raymond (Australian Computer Society, 2010)
    In this paper, we use Kansanena??s didactic triangle to structure and analyse research on the teaching and learning of programming. Students, teachers and course content are the three entities that form the corners of the ...
  • Lister, Raymond; Jerram, Peter (Biomedical Multimedia Unit, University of Melbourne, 2001)
    We describe a minimal XML mark-up for multiple choice exams. In our system, exams may be generated at anytime, by choosing a subset of questions from a pool. Furthermore, the system randomises the order of the choices ...
  • Lister, Raymond (National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications, 2007)
    Many teachers of novice programmers have lamented that students either seem to have a natural gift for programming, or have no gift for it at all. In this paper, we discuss a third group of students, the middle novice ...
  • Lister, Raymond (National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications, 2004)
  • Lister, Raymond (Australian Computer Society Inc, 2004)
  • Doyle, Bernard; Lister, Raymond (Australian Computer Society, 2007)
    This paper examines computing academics' conceptions of the Unix operating system, and the purpose of teaching Unix. Interview transcripts from nine academics were analysed phenomenographically. A small number of ...