Publications: 1990 to 2003

Journal Articles (Refereed)

  1. Bruce, C., Pham, B. and Stoodley, I. (submitted) Constituting the significance and value of research: views from the IT research community, Submitted to Studies in Higher Education, October, 2002.
  2. Edwards, S. and Bruce, C. (submitted) The Assignment that Triggered Change: Assessment and the relational learning model for generic capabilities.
  3. Pham, B., Bruce, C. and Stoodley, I. (in progress) Constituting IT research, its objects and territories.
  4. Mc Mahon, C. and Bruce, C. (under preparation) Teaching and Learning Introductory Programming in Higher Education: A review of the literature. For submission to Journal of Information Technology Education
  5. Lupton, M., Bruce C., Catts, R., Weber, S. and Johnston, B. (in progress) IL Assessment
  6. Snoke, R., Underwood, A. and Bruce, C. (in progress) paper for Higher Education Research and Development
  7. McMahon, C. and Bruce, C. (2002) Information literacy needs of local staff in cross-cultural development projects, International Journal of Community Development, vol 14, pp. 113-127.
  8. Edwards, S. and Bruce C. (2002) Reflective internet searching: an action research model, Learning Organisation, vol 9, nos3/4, pp. 180-188.
  9. Tilley, C., Hills, A., Bruce, C. and Meyers, N. (2002) Communication, information and well-being for Australians with physical disabilities, Disability and Rehabilitation, vol. 24, no. 9, pp. 503-510
  10. Bruce, C., Chesterton, P. and Grimison, C. (2002) Constituting collective consciousness: information literacy in university curriculum, International Journal of Academic Development, vol.7, no.1, pp
  11. Bruce, C.S. (2001) Interpreting the scope of their literature review. Significant differences in research students’ concerns. New Library World, vol 102, no. 1163/64, pp. 158-165.
  12. Bruce, C.S. (2001) Faculty-Librarian Partnerships in Australian Higher Education: a critical analysis, Reference Services Review, vol 29, no. 2, pp. 106-115.
  13. Bruce, C.S. (2000) Information literacy programs and research: an international review, Australian Library Journal., vol 49, no.3, pp.209-218.
  14. Bruce, C.S. (2000) Information literacy research: dimensions of an emerging collective consciousness, Australian Academic and Research Libraries, vol. 31, no. 2, pp. 91-109.
  15. Bruce, C.S. (1999) Phenomenography : opening a new territory for LIS research. New Review of Information and Library Research, 5, pp. 31-48.
  16. Bruce, C.S. (1999) Experiences of Information literacy in the Workplace, International Journal of Information Management, vol. 19, no 1, pp. 33-48.
  17. Bruce, C.S. (1998) The phenomenon of information literacy. Higher Education Research and Development, vol 17, no1, pp 25-43.
  18. Bruce, C.S. (1998) The experience of information literacy: towards a holistic model. SCAN, vol 17, no1, pp 40-45.
  19. Bruce, C.S. (1997) The relational approach: a new model for information literacy. New Review of Information and Library Research, vol 3, pp. 1-22.
  20. Bruce, C.S. (1996) Learning today for professional development tomorrow. Education for Library and Information Services Australia, vol.13, no. 2, pp. 3-20.
  21. Bruce C.S. and Gerber, R. (1995) Towards university lecturers’ conceptions of student learning. Higher Education, vol. 29, no.4, pp. 443-458.
  22. Gerber, R., Boulton-Lewis, G. and Bruce, C. (1995) Children’s understandings of graphic representations of quantitative data. Learning and Instruction. vol.5, pp. 77-100.
  23. Bruce, C.S. (1994) Research students’ early experiences of the dissertation literature review. Studies in Higher Education. vol. 19, no. 2, pp. 217-229.
  24. Bruce, C.S. (1992) Teaching end user remote online searching, Australian Academic and Research Libraries, vol. 23, no. 1, pp. 11-19.
  25. Bruce, C.S. (1991) Postgraduate response to an information retrieval credit course, Australian Academic and Research Libraries, vol. 22, no. 2, pp. 103-110.
  26. Bruce, C.S. (1990) Information skills coursework for postgraduate students: investigation and response at the Queensland University of Technology’, Australian Academic and Research Libraries, vol.21, no.4, pp. 224-232.
  27. Bruce C.S. and Brameld, G.H. (1990) ‘Improving the quality of fourth year civil engineering research projects through bibliographic instruction’, Research Strategies, vol.8, no.3, pp. 129-136.
  28. Bruce, C.S. and Brameld, G.H. (1990). Developing research skills for Civil Engineers: a library contribution’, Higher Education Research and Development, vol.9, no.2, pp. 151-159.

Journal Articles (non-refereed)

  1. Bruce, C.S. and Middleton, M. (1996) Teaching and learning information organisation: the Queensland University of Technology Experience. Cataloguing Australia, vol.22, no. 1/2, pp. 34-47.
  2. Bruce, C.S. (1995) Information Literacy: a theoretical framework for higher education. Australian Library Journal, August 1995, pp. 13-25.

Monographs

  1. Bruce, C.S and Candy, P.C. [eds] ( 2000) Information Literacy Around the World: advances in programs and research. Charles Sturt University Centre for Information Studies.
  2. Bruce, C.S. (1997) The Seven Faces of Information Literacy, AUSLIB Press, Adelaide. ISBN 1875 145 4 5 3
  3. Bruce, C.S. (1992). Developing students’ library research skills, HERDSA Green Guide No. 13, HERDSA, Kensington, New South Wales. ISBN 0 908557 21 3.

Book Chapters

  1. Edwards, S. and Bruce C. (in press) Reflective internet searching: an action research model, in Ortrun Zuber-Skerrit (ed) Action Learning, Action Research and Process Management; Theory, Practice, Praxis, pp. 141-152.
  2. Bruce, C.S. and Candy, P. (2000) Information Literacy: people, politics and potential in Bruce and Candy eds. Information Literacy Around the World: advances in programs and research, Charles Sturt University Press, pp. 1-10.
  3. Bruce, C.S. and Brameld, G.H. (1999) Encouraging student-directed research and critical thinking, in Yoni Ryan and Ortrun Zuber-Skerritt (ed) Supervising Postgraduate Students of NESB Backgrounds, Open University Press. pp. 157-166
  4. Bruce, C.S.(1996) From Neophyte to Expert: counting on reflection to facilitate complex conceptions of the literature review, in Ortrun Zuber-Skerritt (ed) Frameworks for Postgraduate Supervision and Research., Southern Cross University Press, Lismore.
  5. Bruce, C.S., Weeks, T. and Crebert, G. (1995). Teaching Lecturers: modelling information literacy education, in The Learning Link: Information Literacy in Practice, edited by Di Booker, Auslib Press, Adelaide, pp. 239-244.
  6. Bruce, C.S. and Candy, P.C. (1995). Developing Information Literate Graduates: prompts for good practice, in Information Literacy in Practice, edited by Di Booker, Auslib Press, Adelaide, pp. 245-252.
  7. Bruce, C.S. (1994). Supervising Literature Reviews, in Quality in Postgraduate Supervision – issues and processes, edited by Ortrun Zuber-Skerritt and Yoni Ryan, Kogan Page, London, pp. 165-178.
  8. Bruce, C.S. (1993). Building Collegiality – or putting postgraduate students in charge of coursework contact hours. In Exploring Tertiary Teaching: Papers from the TRAC Volume 2. Edited by P. Weeks and D. Scott, QUT, ASDU, pp. 43-51.
  9. Bruce, C.S. (1992). Reflective practice in the library: an experiment with design students in Exploring Tertiary Teaching: Papers from the TRAC Volume 1, edited by P. Weeks, and D. Scott, ANU, Canberra.

Encyclopedia Articles

  1. Bruce, C. S. (2003) Information Literacy. International Encyclopedia of Information and Library Science. To appear.
  2. Bruce, C.S. (1994) Educating end-users of remote online systems, in Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science, edited by Allen Kent, vol. 54, pp. 155-182.

Research Reports

  1. Bruce, C., Pham, B. and Stoodley, I. (2002) The Collective Consciousness of Information Technology Research: Ways of seeing Information Technology Research: its objects and territories.
  2. Bruce, C., Pham, B. and Stoodley, I. (2002) The Collective Consciousness of Information Technology Research: The Significance and Value of Research Projects. A. The Views of IT Researchers. FIT Technical Reports. QUT.
  3. Bruce, C., Pham, B. and Stoodley, I. (2002) The Collective Consciousness of Information Technology Research: The Significance and Value of Research Projects. B. The Views of IT Industry Professionals. FIT Technical Reports. QUT.
  4. Bruce, C and Mc Mahon, C (2002) Contemporary Developments in Teaching and Learning Introductory Programming; towards a research proposal. Faculty of Information Technology, QUT Teaching and Learning Report #2/2002.

Proceedings Edited

  1. Bruce, C.S. and Russell, A. (eds) (1992). Transforming Tomorrow Today, Proceedings of the Second World Congress on Action Research, Action Learning, and Process Management, University of Queensland, Brisbane, 14th-17th July, 1992. ISBN 0-646-09230-8.
  2. Ballantyne, R. and Bruce, C. (eds) (1994). Phenomenography- philosophy and practice, Proceedings of Conference, QUT, Brisbane, 7-9 November 1994. ISBN 0-86856-970-4.

Refereed Conference Papers in Proceedings

  1. Jewels, T. and Bruce, C. (submitted) Impact of a case study method in an ITPM curriculum: a long look over the shoulder of a practitioner at work. Paper submitted to the Science and IT Education Conference
  2. Edwards, S. and Bruce, C. (2002) Needles, Haystacks, Filters and Me: the IT Confidence Dilemma. In Proceedings for 2nd Lifelong Learning Conference, Yeppoon, June, 2002. pp. 165-172.
  3. Pham, B., Bruce, C. and Stoodley, I. (2002) Understanding and influencing a learning community: researchers’ ways of seeing the significance and value of research projects. In Proceedings for 2nd Lifelong Learning Conference, Yeppoon, July, 2002. pp.281-287.
  4. Snoke, R., Underwood, A. and Bruce, C. (2002) An Australian view of generic attributes coverage in Undergraduate programs of study: an information systems case study, To appear in Proceedings, HERDSA 2002, Perth, July 2002. [CD-ROM]

Conference Papers in Proceedings (abstracts refereed)

  1. Bruce, C (under preparation) Frameworks guiding the analysis: applied to or derived from the data? Paper for the Proceedings of the EARLI Experience and Understanding SIG (SIG10) Meeting, Australian National University Canberra, November/December 2002.
  2. Edwards, S and Bruce, C (submitted) Designing the learning experience to bring about desirable learning outcomes. Abstract submitted to the European Association for Research into Learning and Instruction Conference, Padua, Italy, August 2003.
  3. Bruce, C.S. and Pham, B. (2001) Investigating ways of seeing IT research: a tool for facilitating effective research partnerships. HERDSA 2001 Conference Proceedings, Newcastle, July 2001.
  4. Bruce, C.S. and Middleton, M. (2000) Implementing assessment by portfolio in a professional practice unit. 1999 Herdsa Annual Conference, Melbourne.
  5. Cuffe, N. and Bruce, CS (2000) Information and information technology use in undergraduate legal education. Fourth Australian Information literacy conference, Adelaide, pp. 76-88.
  6. Bruce, C.S. (1999) Embedding Reflective Practice in Professional Practice with Portfolios, Adelaide 1998 Pathways to Knowledge. ALIA Biennial Conference, Adelaide, October 1998.pp. 109-114.
  7. Bruce, C.S. and Hall (1999) Peer Review: A Professional Development Process for Librarians. Paper Presented to the ALIA Biennial Conference, Adelaide, October 1998.pp. 115-120.
  8. Bruce C.S. (1996). Information Literacy: how do higher educators understand this phenomenon?, in Di Booker, (ed) Proceeding of Learning for Life -information literacy and the autonomous learner, 2nd National Conference on Information Literacy, Adelaide, 30 Nov-1 Dec 1995, University of South Australia Library, Adelaide, pp. 78-86.
  9. Gerber, R., Boulton-Lewis, G. and Bruce, C. (1994). Children’s understandings of graphic representations of quantitative data. Europe and the World in Geography Education. Edited by Hartwig Haubrich, Papers IGU Berlin and Prague, 1994, Nurnberg, pp. 217-241.
  10. Bruce, C.S. (1994). When enough is enough: or how should research students delimit the scope of their literature review?. Higher Education Research and Development vol. 16. Edited by G. Ryan, P. Little and I. Dunn, Proceedings of the HERDSA Conference 1993, pp. 435-440.
  11. Bruce, C.S. and Gerber R. (1994). Towards university lecturers’ conceptions of student learning, in Phenomenography: philosophy and practice. Edited by R. Ballantyne and C. Bruce, Proceedings, QUT, Brisbane 1994, pp. 57-70.
  12. Bruce, C. S. (1994). Reflections on the experience of the phenomenographic interview, in Phenomenography: philosophy and practice. Edited by R. Ballantyne and C. Bruce, Proceedings, QUT, Brisbane 1994, pp. 47-56.
  13. Keogh, J., Cook, A. and Bruce, C. (1994). Science teachers’ and science students’ conceptions of learning, in Phenomenography: philosophy and practice. Edited by R. Ballantyne and C. Bruce, Proceedings, QUT, Brisbane 1994, pp. 229-242.
  14. Bruce, C.S. (1994). Maximising the Use of Information Resources (Reflections on Developing Postgraduate Students’ Library Research Skills), in The State of Research and Development in Higher Education. Edited by G. Crebert, Proceedings of Herdsa Qld. Inaugural State Conference 1993. pp. 30-37.
  15. Bruce, C.S. and Candy, P. (1994). Higher education contributions to information literacy education: towards evaluating curriculum and institutional culture. In Research and Development in Higher Education, vol 17, edited by Malcolm Pettigrove and Margot Pearson.
  16. Gerber,R., Buzer, S., and Worth, C. and Bruce, C. (1992). Experiences of Geographic Information Systems. Proceedings of the 20th annual conference of the AURISA, AURISA ’92 Conference, Gold Coast, pp. 18-25.
  17. Bruce, C.S. (1992). In search of research students’ conceptions of a literature review. Research and Development in Higher Education, vol.15. Proceedings of the HERDSA 1992 Conference, Churchill, Victoria, 7th-10th July 1992, pp 570-577.
  18. Mahendran, M., Weeks, T. and Bruce, C. (1992). Model Projects- Part of Civil Engineering Curriculum. Proceedings of the Fourth Conference of the Australasian Association of Engineering Education Dec 1992, University of Queensland, pp. 396-401.
  19. Bruce, C.S. (1990). ‘Developing research skills: the information literacy connection’, 8th Australasian Tertiary Learning Skills and Language Conference, Brisbane, 11-13 July, pp.294-303.

Invited National and International Conference Papers

  1. Bruce, C (2003) Information literacy as a catalyst for educational change. Paper commissioned for UNESCO Information Literacy Leadership Conference, Prague, April 2003.
  2. McMahon, Camille and Bruce, C, and Johnston, F. (2003) Information literacy in cross-cultural projects: implications for policy and practice.Paper commissioned for UNESCO Information Literacy Leadership Conference, Prague, April 2003.
  3. Bruce, C. S. (2001) Creating learning opportunities: using the relational model of information literacy. Invited address to Creating Knowledge II Conference, Malmo, Sweden.
  4. Bruce C.S. (2001) Information literacy; research into practice. Invited address to National Library Conference, Boras, Sweden.
  5. Bruce, C.S (2001) Information literacy in higher education. Progressing information literacy education. Invited presentation to Information Literacy and Lifelong Learning, Taipei, Taiwan, October 2001.
  6. Bruce, C.S (2001) Thinking like a higher educator: using theoretical models for information literacy program design and implementation. Invited presentation to CAVAL conference, Melbourne.
  7. Bruce, C.S (1999) Information literacy: an international review of programs and research. Invited address to the New Zealand Library Association Annual Conference, Auckland, Nov. 1999.
  8. Bruce, C.S. (1998) Information Literacy in the Workplace. In Information Literacy the Professional Issue Proceedings of the 3rd Australian Information Literacy Conference. Edited by Di Booker. University of South Australia. Adelaide, pp 29-37.
  9. Bruce, C.S. and Stewart, G. (1997) Phenomenography in Information Technology: a Workshop, Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems ’97 Conference, Brisbane, Australia.

Conference Papers – other

  1. Gerber, R., Ottosson, T., Boulton-Lewis, G., Bruce, C. and Aberg-Bengtsson, L. (1993). Towards an understanding of how children understand graphic representations of quantitative data. Paper presented at the EARLI Conference, Aix-en-Provence, France, August 1993.

Book Reviews

  1. Frequent book reviews for journals such as Australian Academic and Research Libraries, Australian Library Journal, HERDSA News, HERD, Studies in Continuing Education, International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education.

Consultancy Reports

  1. Ballantyne, R., Bruce, C., and Packer, J. (1995). Action Learning in Vocational Education and Training, vol.4. Annotated Bibliography. A Report Commissioned by the National Staff Development Committee for Vocational Education and Training.
  2. Bruce. C.S. (1994). Griffith University Information Literacy Blueprint, Division of Information Services, Griffith University.
  3. Ballantyne, R., Bruce, C. and Packer, J. (1993). Action learning in vocational education and training Vol 1. Theoretical Background. National Staff Development Committee TAFE.

Resources for Postgraduate Students

  1. Brameld, G. and Bruce, C. (1998) Critical thinking in the literature review process, Video.
  2. Bruce, C.S. (1996) The reflective literature review, Suzanne Pinchen and Shane Fraser (eds). Video. GIHE, Griffith University.
  3. Klaus, H and Bruce (1998) Phenomenography and Annotated Bibliography, 1997 update, ISMRC.
  4. Bruce, C.S. and Gerber, R. (1995) Phenomenography:an annotated bibliography, 3rd edition, CAESER Occasional Paper, http://www.fit.qut.edu.au/InfoSys/bruce.
  5. Gerber, R. and Bruce, C.S. (eds)(1995). Qualitative Research – Phenomenography. Volume 1. Lars Dahlgren on Phenomenography, Video, QUT.
  6. Gerber, R. and Bruce, C.S. (eds)(1995). Qualitative Research – Phenomenography. Volume 2. Lars Dahlgren on Qualitative Research, Video, QUT.
  7. Gerber, R. and Bruce, C.S. (eds)(1995). Qualitative Research – Phenomenography. Volume 3. Lennart Svensson on Qualitative Research and Phenomenography, Video, QUT.
  8. Gerber, R. and Bruce, C.S. (eds)(1995). Qualitative Research – Phenomenography. Volume 4. Ference Marton on Qualitative Research and Phenomenography, Video, QUT.
  9. Gerber, R. and Bruce, C.S. (eds)(1995.) Qualitative Research – Phenomenography. Volume 5. Gathering phenomenographic Data: an example from Wayfinding, Video, QUT.

Contributions to Staff Development Resources (non-refereed)

  1. Bruce C., with Peggy Nightingale (2002) Workshop materials for supervising literature reviews. Contribution to the fIRST Consortium web site. url: http://www.uts.edu.au/oth/first/public/first/
  2. Bruce, C.S. and Brameld, G.H. (1996) Encouraging the critical use of information and information technology, in Ortrun Zuber-Skerritt and Lynda Sheveller (ed), Fourth Manual for conducting Workshops on Postgraduate Supervision, Lismore: Workplace Research Learning and Development Institute.
  3. Bruce, C.S. (1995). A reflective approach to reviewing the literature, in Third Manual for Conducting Workshops on Postgraduate Supervision. Edited by Ortrun Zuber Skerritt and Suzanne Pinchen, GIHE, Griffith University.
  4. Bruce, C.S. (1995). Using the library for effective teaching and learning, in Introduction to teaching and learning at QUT. 2nd ed. Edited by Gay Crebert, ASDU, QUT Brisbane.
  5. Bruce, C.S. (1994). The reflective literature search, in Second Manual for Conducting Workshops on Postgraduate Supervision. Edited by Ortrun Zuber Skerritt, TEDI, University of Queensland, pp. 131-152.
  6. Bruce. C.S. (1993). Making full use of our library, in Introduction to teaching and learning at QUT.