Publications

Green, C. A., McMillan, E., Munn, L., Sole, C., & Eady, M. J. (2020). Entering their world: Using social media to support students in modern times. In Kaya, M., Birinci, Ş., Kawash, J., & Alhajj, R. (Eds.), Putting Social Media and Networking Data in Practice for Education: Planning, Prediction and Recommendation. Springer.

Eady, M. J., Green, C. A., Akenson, A., Supple, B., McCarthy, M., Cronin, J., & McKeon, J. (2019). Supporting writing collaborations through synchronous technologies: Singing our SSONG about working together at a distance. In N. Simmons & A. Singh (Eds.), Critical collaborative communities: Academic writing partnerships, groups, and retreats. Leiden, NLD: Brill.

Blight, M., & Eady, M. (2015). ‘What do Canadian Aboriginal children in the Northwest Territories understand about themselves through their drawings?’ In Brown, J. & Johnson, N. F. (Eds.,) Children’s images of identity: Drawing the self and the other. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense.

Eady, M., & Lockyer, L. (2013). Tools for learning: Technology and teaching strategies. In P. Hudson (Ed), Learning to teach in the primary school (pp. 71-89). Melbourne, VIC: Cambridge University Press.

Eady, M. (2009). E-Channel: Welcome to the future of literacy. In Ontario Literacy Coalition (Ed.), Beyond the Book: Learning from Our History (pp. 59-60). Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Literacy Coalition.

Eady, M. (2004). Building a Solid Framework: Online Mentoring for Adult Literacy Learners in Northwestern Ontario – An Action Research Study and Recommendations for Implementation. Unpublished Master Thesis, Thunder Bay: Lakehead University. Ontario, Canada.

Refereed Journal Articles

Burns, P., Green, C., Eady, M. J., Harris, P., Traynor, V., Baker, J., Primmer, J., & Barkley C. (under review). Dementia knowledge, Art, Research and Education – teaching primary school children about dementia. 

Eady, M. J. (in press). Respectful Research: A reflection and insights from one perspective of the ongoing journey of research with Indigenous communitiesReflections: Narratives of Professional Helping. 

Green, C. A., Eady, M. J., McCarthy, M., Akenson, A., Supple, B., McKeon, J., & Cronin, J. (2020). Beyond the conference: Singing our SSONG. Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 8(1). 

Green, C. A., Tindall-Ford, S. K. & Eady, M. J. (2019). School-university partnerships in Australia: a systematic literature review. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, online first 1-33.

West, C., Baker, A., Ehrich, J. F., Woodcock, S., Bokosmaty, S., Howard, S. J. & Eady, M. J. (2018). Teacher Disposition Scale (TDS): Construction and psychometric validationJournal of Further and Higher Education. doi: 10.1080/0309877X.2018.1527022

Eady, M. J., Jones, M. L., Berry, Y. & Alony, I. (2018). Rights, respect and responsibilities online – Reflections and efficacy. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 43(3), 35-54. 

Green, C., Eady, M. & Andersen, P. (2018). Preparing quality teachers: Bridging the gap between tertiary experiences and classroom realities. Teaching and Learning Inquiry: the ISSOTL Journal, 6(1), 104-125. 

Peden, M.E., Okely, A.D., Eady, M. J. & Jones, R. A. (2018). What is the impact of professional learning on physical activity interventions among preschool children? A systematic review. Clinical Obesity, 8(4), 285-299.

Bokosmaty, S., Ehrich, J., Eady, M. J. & Bell, K. (2017). Canadian university students’ gendered attitudes toward plagiarism. Journal of Further and Higher Education, Online first, 1-15.

Eady, M. J., Woodcock, S. & Sisco, A. (2017). Employing the EPEC hierarchy of conditions (Version II) to evaluate the effectiveness of using synchronous technologies with multi-location student cohorts in the tertiary education setting. International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 18(3), 1-24. 

Eady, M. J. (2016). The community strength model: A proposal to invest in existing Aboriginal intellectual capital. In Education, 22(1), 22-41.

Eady, M. J. (2015). Eleven design-based principles to facilitate the adoption of internet technologies in Indigenous communities. International Journal of Social Media and Interactive Learning Environments, 3(4), 267-289.

Sisco, A., Woodcock, S. & Eady, M. (2015). Pre-service perspectives on e-teaching: Assessing e-teaching using the EPEC hierarchy of conditions for e-learning/teaching competence. Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology, 41(3), 1-32.

Woodcock, S., Sisco, A. & Eady, M. (2015). The learning experience: Training teachers using online synchronous environments. Journal of Educational Research and Practice, 5(1), 21-34.

Rao, K., Eady, M., & Edelen-Smith, P. (2011). Creating virtual classrooms for rural and remote communities. Phi Delta Kappan. 92(6), 22-27. 

Eady, M., Herrington, A. J. & Jones, C. (2010). Literacy practitioners’ perspectives on adult learning needs and technology approaches in Indigenous communities. Australian Journal of Adult Learning, 50 (2), 260-286.

Eady, M. & Woodcock, S. (2010). Understanding the need: using collaboratively created draft guiding principles to direct online synchronous learning in Indigenous communities. International Journal for Educational Integrity, 6(2), 24-40.

Eady, M. & Reedy, A. (2009). Crocodiles and polar bears: technology and learning in Indigenous Australian and Canadian communities. Australasian Canadian Studies, 27(1-2), 5-26. 

Refereed International Conference Publications

Bokosmaty, S., & Eady, M. J. (2016). A tale of plagiarism: How serious is the offence to our students. International Society for Scholarship of Teaching & Learning: ISSOTL 2016: Telling the Story of Teaching and Learning Exploring What Works, When, How, and WhyInternational Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. 

Eady, M., & Woodcock, S. (2010). Experienced academics in unknown territory: exploring the use of online synchronous technology in a teacher education program. In M. Eady & S. Woodcock (Eds.), World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2010 Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Eady, M., Verenikina, I. & Jones, C. (2010). Indigenous sharing, collaboration and synchronous learning. ED-MEDIA 2010: World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2010 (pp. 960-969). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Eady, M., Herrington, A. & Jones, C. (2009). Establishing Design Principles for Online Synchronous Literacy Learning for Indigenous Learners. In Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2009 (pp. 1049-1054). Chesapeake, VA: AACE. 

Eady, M., (2008). Using design-based research to produce strategies for synchronous

literacy learning for indigenous learners. In I. W. Olney, G. Lefoe, J. Mantei & J. Herrington (Eds.), International Conference on Information and Emerging Technologies (pp. 56-63). Wollongong: University of Wollongong.

Refereed National Conference Publications

Eady, M. J. (2015). Respectful research: Evidenced based steps to successfully working with Indigenous communities. In A. N. M. Wahid & C. R. Amaro (Eds.), Proceedings of the Australasian Conference on Business and Social Sciences 2015, Sydney (pp. 581-590). Australian Academy of Business and Social Sciences.

Eady, M. (2008). Using Design-based Research to Produce Strategies for Synchronous Literacy Learning for Indigenous Learners. Emerging Technologies Conference. June, 2008. 

International Conference Presentations (refereed on abstract only)

Eady, M. & Woodcock, S. (2010). Computers for all? Dispelling the myth of accessible hardware in Indigenous communities. Common Ground, Hong Kong, China. July 6-9.

EadyM. Verenikina, I & Nielsen, W. S. (2010). Computer Literacies and Australian Indigenous Communities: Sharing, Scaffolding, and Supporting in an Online Learning Environment. Canadian Society for the Study of Education. Montréal, Canada. May 29.

Eady, M. (2008). Effectively presenting in online environments. Presentation at Literacy Northwest Professional Development Conference. Thunder Bay,Canada. October 16-18.

Eady, M, (2008). Using online technologies as learning tools. Presentation at Canadian Network of Innovation in Education. Banff, Canada. April 14-16.

Eady, M. (2008). KSIE: Supporting children’s learning in online environments. Presentation at Canadian Council on Learning: Aboriginal Knowledge Centre Conference. Vancouver, Canada. February 9-11.

National Conference Presentations (refereed on abstract only)

 Burns, P, Eady M., Barkley, C., Harris, P., Green, C., Primmer, J., Baker, J., Green, C & Traynor, V. (2019). Project Dare – Raising Awareness of Dementia in Primary School Children. Alzheimer’s Association SatelliteSymposium 25-27 September 2019, Sydney, Australia.

Eady, M. & Reedy, A. (2010). Crocodiles and polar bears: A cross-culturalcomparison of adult learning in remote Indigenous communities. Australian Council of Adult Literacy. Darwin, Australia. September 11.

Eady, M. (2009). Perspectives on literacy needs and technology approaches in Indigenous communities. Australian Council of Adult Literacy, 32nd Annual Conference. Perth, WA, Australia. October 1-3.

Eady, M. (2009). Hooked on learning: connections at a distance the KSIE project – providing digital information exchanges in a global context. Presentation at Illawarra Principal’s Conference. Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia. May 8.

Eady, M. (2008). e-Channel literacy: bridging the distance to learning a snapshot from Canada. Presentation at Australian Council of Adult Literacy. Gold Coast, Australia. October 16-19.

Online Interactive Presentation (refereed on abstract only)

M. Eady. (2009). Supporting the self-identified learning needs of indigenous communities. MaDLAT Conference. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (presenter online from Australia). May 9.

Eady, M. (2008). e-Channel literacy: bridging the distance. Australian Council for Adult Learning, Literacy Live Professional Development Session (presenter online from Canada). August 9.