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Arianne Jennifer Rourke
Dr. Arianne Jennifer Rourke

Art & Design

University of New South Wales, Australia

Associate Professor

Email: a.rourke@unsw.edu.au

Qualifications

Ed.D., University of New South Wales, Australia

M.Phil., University of New South Wales, Australia

MH.Ed., University of New South Wales, Australia

Publications (Selected)

  1. Rourke, A.J. & Rees, V. (Eds.)(2014). Researching the Visual: Demystifying ‘the picture that’s worth a thousand words, Champaign, Illinois: Common Grounds Publishing LLC.
  2. Rourke, A.J. & Rees, V. (Eds.). (2015). Moving from Novice to Expert on the road to expertise: Developing expertise in the visual domain, Champaign, Illinois: Common Ground.
  3. Rourke, A.J. & Rees, V. (Eds.)(2013). Building minds, forging bridges: teaching in a visually littered world, Champaign, Illinois: Common Grounds Publishing LLC. ISBN: 978-1-61229-206-9 (paperback); 978-1-61229-207-6 (pdf).
  4. Rourke, A. & O’Connor, Z. (2012). Effective use of visuals for teaching in Higher Education, Hauppauge, New York: Nova Science Publications, listed on publisher website https://www.novapublishers.com (ISBN 978-1-62081-442-0)
  5. Rourke, A. & O’Connor, Z. (2011). Improving visual teaching Teaching material, Hauppauge, New York: Nova Science Publications, listed on publisher website: https://www.novapublishers.com (ISBN 978-1-61668-294-1).
  6. Rourke, A. J. & Coleman, K.S. (Eds.)(2011). Pedagogy leads technology: Online Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: New Technologies, New Pedagogies, Champaign, Illinois: Common Grounds Publishing LLC, (ISBN 978-1-86335-914-6, pbk; ISBN: 978-1-86335-915-3, PDF, ebook).
  7. Rourke, A.J. & Coleman, K.S. (2011). Pedagogy Leading Technology in higher education: The future in crisis? New York: Nova Science, (ISBN: 978-1-62100-531-5), ebook.
  8. Rourke, A.J. (2014). Promoting creativity and creative problem-solving through digital mind mapping: A case study of a student learning design history. In Kathryn Coleman & Adele Flood (Eds.) Capturing creativity, Champaign, Illinois: Common Grounds Publishing LLC.
  9. Rourke, A.J. & Rees, V. (2014). Introduction - Perspectives on researching the visual. In Arianne Rourke & Vaughan Rees (Eds.) Researching the Visual: Demystifying ‘the picture that’s worth a thousand words, Champaign, Illinois: Common Grounds Publishing LLC.
  10. Rourke, A.J. (2014). Identifying expert and novice differences in analysing visual prototypes: An approach to applying an innovative research methodology in the discipline of design history. In Arianne Rourke & Vaughan Rees (Eds.)Researching the Visual: Demystifying ‘the picture that’s worth a thousand words, Champaign, Illinois: Common Grounds Publishing LLC.
  11. Rourke, A.J. (2014). Teaching Postgraduate students research and writing skills utilising scaffolding, peer review and visual enhancements in the online learning environment. In Arianne Rourke & Vaughan Rees (Eds.) Researching the Visual: Demystifying ‘the picture that’s worth a thousand words, Champaign, Illinois: Common Grounds Publishing LLC.
  12. Rourke, A.J. & Rees, V. (2014). Reflecting on research into the picture that’s worth a thousand words. In Arianne Rourke & Vaughan Rees (Eds.) Researching the Visual: Demystifying ‘the picture that’s worth a thousand words, Champaign, Illinois: Common Grounds Publishing LLC.
  13. Rourke, A. J. (2013). Looking through the lens of expertise: how modelling expert thinking can assist novices to identify design prototypes and learn design history. In Adel Flood & Kathryn Coleman (Eds.), Disciplines: The lenses of learning, Champaign, Illinois: Common Grounds Publishing LLC, pp.175-188.
  14. Rourke, A.J. & Rees, V. (2013). Introduction: Contextualising the visual world, learning from the visual image. In Arianne Rourke & Vaughan Rees (Eds.) (2013). Building minds, forging bridges: teaching in a visually littered world,Champaign, Illinois: Common Grounds Publishing LLC, pp.1-8. ISBN: 978-1-61229-206-9 (paperback); 978-1-61229-207-6 (pdf.).
  15. Rourke, A.J. (2013). Demystifying the visual world: visual literacy, visual memory and semantic cues. In Arianne Rourke & Vaughan Rees, (Eds.) (2013). Building minds, forging bridges: teaching in a visually littered world, Champaign, Illinois: Common Grounds Publishing LLC, pp. 8-26. ISBN: 978-1-61229-206-9 (paperback); 978-1-61229-207-6 (pdf).
  16. Rourke, A.J. (2013). Pedagogical implications of the Visual Prototype Identity Model (VPIM). In Arianne Rourke & Vaughan Rees (Eds.) (2013). Building minds, forging bridges: teaching in a visually littered world, Champaign, Illinois: Common Grounds Publishing LLC, pp. 71-105. ISBN: 978-1-61229-206-9 (paperback); 978-1-61229-207-6 (pdf).
  17. Rourke, A.J. & Flood, A.J. (2013). The role of mind maps and concept cartoons towards promoting in students critical thinking and ethical understanding. In Arianne Rourke & Vaughan Rees, (Eds.) (2013). Building minds, forging bridges: teaching in a visually littered world, Champaign, Illinois: Common Grounds Publishing LLC, pp. 105-117. ISBN: 978-1-61229-206-9 (paperback); 978-1-61229-207-6 (pdf).
  18. Rourke, A.J. & Rees, V. (2013). Reflecting on learning from visuals in a visually cluttered world. In Arianne Rourke & Vaughan Rees (Eds.) (2013). Building minds, forging bridges: teaching in a visually littered world, Champaign, Illinois: Common Grounds Publishing LLC. ISBN: 978-1-61229-206-9 (paperback); 978-1-61229-207-6 (pdf).
  19. Rourke, A., & Coleman, K, (2013). Teaching research and writing skills through scaffolded online peer review. In Kathryn Coleman & Adele Flood (Eds.). Marking Time: Leading and Managing the Development of Assessment in Higher Education, Champaign, Illinois: Common Grounds Publishing, 167-179. LLC, 207-223, LCCN: 2012043958.
  20. Rourke, A. (2012). Understanding the differences between an expert and a novice’s ability to recognise design prototypes using a Visual Prototype Identity Model (VPIM). Maxwell Edwards & Stephen O. Adams (Eds.). Learning Strategies, Expectations and Challenges, Hauppauge, NY, Nova Science Publications, pp.1-44. Listed on publisher website https://www.novapublishers.com (ISBN 978-1-62081-752-0).
  21. Rourke, A.J. & Coleman, K.S. (2012). Elearning in crisis: Should not the pedagogy lead the technology? Robert V. Nata (Ed.) Progress in Education, Vol. 27, (pp.153-170), New York: Nova Science. listed on publisher website: https://www.novapublishers.com, (ISBN: 978-1-61470-126-2), hard cover (ISBN: 978-1-61470-282-5), ebook.
  22. Rourke, A.J. & Coleman, K.S. (2011). Interactive and Collaborative Learning in an e-learning environment: Using the peer review process to teach writing and research skills to Postgraduate students. Rourke, A. J. & Coleman, K.S. (Eds.)(2011). Pedagogy leads technology: Online Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: New Technologies, New Pedagogies, Common Grounds Publishing LLC: Champaign, Illinois, pp.159-175. (ISBN 978-1-86335-914-6, pbk; ISBN: 978-1-86335-915-3, PDF, ebook).
  23. Rourke, A.J. & Coleman, K.S. (2011). Pedagogy leading technology in higher education: The future in crisis? Education in a Competitive and Globalizing World Series, New York: Nova Science Publications, listed on publisher website: https://www.novapublishers.com (ISBN 978-1-62100-531-5), ebook, open access.
  24. Rourke, A.J. & Coleman, K.S. (2011). The Reflective Practitioner. A.J. Rourke, & K.S. Coleman, (Eds.). Pedagogy leads technology: Online Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: New Technologies, New Pedagogies, Champaign, Illinois: Common Grounds Publishing LLC, pp.187-191. (ISBN: 978-1-86335-914-6 pbk; ISBN: 978-1-86335-915-3) (PDF) ebook.
  25. Rourke, A.J. & Coleman, K.S. (2011). A.J. Rourke, & K.S. Coleman, (Eds.). Introduction: Learning to learn online, Rourke, A. J. & Coleman, K.S. (Eds.)(2011). Pedagogy leads technology: Online Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: New Technologies, New Pedagogies, Champaign, Illinois: Common Grounds Publishing LLC, pp.1-8. (ISBN: 978-1-86335-914-6 pbk).
  26. Rourke, A.J. & Coleman, K.S. (2011). Elearning in crisis: Should not the pedagogy lead the technology. Albertson, M. L (Ed.), Higher Education in a State of Crisis, Nova Science Publications, listed on publisher website: https://www.novapublishers.com (ISBN: 978-1-61209-686-5)(19 pages).
  27. Rourke, A. & O’Connor, Z. (2011). Examining ways to improve visual teaching material: The role of visual literacy and predominate learning modalities. Melanie L. Falese (Ed.) Encyclopaedia of Education Research, Education in a competitive and globalizing world, New York: Nova Science Publications, pp.209-244. Listed on publisher website https://www.novapublishers.com (ISBN 978-1-61761-836-9), ebook, (ISBN 978-1-61122-179-4), pp.209-244.
  28. Rourke, A. & O’Connor, Z. (2009). Examining ways to improve visual teaching material: The role of visual literacy and predominate learning modalities. Albertson, M. L (Ed.) Developments in Higher Education, New York, Nova Science, pp.1-35. Listed on publisher website https://www.novapublishers.com (ISBN: 978-1-60876-113-5), ebook (ISBN: 978-1-61324-338-1).
  29. Rourke, A.J. (2012). Australian Sixties Pop Art work of Ken Reinhard, Catalogue Essay, Sixties Explosion Exhibition, Macquarie University Gallery, North Ryde, Sydney, 16th September to 26th October.
  30. Rourke, A.J. (2010). The value of collaborative learning in art and design education, Nexus Catalogue, ConnectEd International Conference, UNSW, 28th June -1st July, Published by Selena Griffith, (ISBN: 978-0-9805464-5-3).
  31. Rourke, A.J. (2010). Transition from Abstraction to Pop, Ken Reinhard, Catalogue Essay, Peter Pinson Gallery, Woollahra, 6th to 23rd October.
  32. Rourke, A. (2012). Lucie Emilie Shorter (Lulu) (1887–1989), Australian Dictionary of Biography, Melanie Nolan (Ed.) Vol.18, L-Z, Carlton: Melbourne University Press, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, pp.420-421.
  33. Rourke, A. (2000). Mansell, William Arthur Byram (1893–1977), John Richie (Ed.) Australian Dictionary of Biography, Vol. 15, 1940-1980, Kem-Pie, Carlton South: Melbourne University Press, p.299. Available online at: http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/mansell-william-arthur-byram-11052/text19667
  34. Rourke, A.J. & O’Connor, Z. (2013). Threshold concept: overcoming the stumbling blocks to learning design history and colour theory in higher education, Design Principles and Practices: An International Journal – Annual Review,Champaign, Illinois: Common Grounds Publishing LLC (ISBN 1833-1874).