This conference paper was originally published as:
Northcote, M., & Kendle, A. (2001). Instructional design partnerships across universities: Motivations, methods and measures. Paper presented at the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA): Learning Partnerships, University of Newcastle, NSW. Retrieved from http://www.herdsa.org.au/wp-content/uploads/conference/2001/Papers/Northcotte_Kendle.pdf
This paper explores and documents a learning partnership that has developed between two instructional designers employed at two different universities in Perth, Western Australia. The value of this crossinstitutional partnership is initially investigated in terms of the benefits involved for the professional careers of each instructional designer. The context of the university faculty in which the instructional designers operate is appraised. Also, the wider consequences of this partnership are considered in terms of the influence it has on other Australian tertiary education providers. The analysis of the partnership will be built upon an appropriate constructivist theoretical framework.
Northcote, Maria T. and Kendle, Amanda, "Instructional Design Partnerships Across Universities: Motivations, Methods and Measures" (2001). Education Conference Papers. 25.