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Book Chapters (2)
Golebiowska, Kate, Carter, Tom, Boyle, Alicia and Taylor, Andrew (2016). International migration and the changing nature of settlements at the edge. In Taylor, Andrew, Carson, Dean B., Ensign, Prescott C., Huskey, Lee, Rasmussen, Rasmus Ole and Saxinger, Gertrude(Ed.), Settlements at the Edge: Remote Human Settlements in Developed Nations. Gloucester, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. (pp. 75-97). 17  
Schmiechen, J. and Boyle, Alicia (2007). Aboriginal tourism research in Australia. In Butler,R; Hinch,T(Ed.), Tourism and indigenous peoples: issues and implications. United Kingdom: Butler and Hinch, Elsevier. (pp. 58-70). 73 1
Journal Articles (5)
Crerar, Janice M., Smith, Sue E., Boyle, Alicia and Smith, Gregory W. (2015). The Defence of Darwin: From the "what?" to the "so what?" of a cross-curricular resource. Curriculum Perspectives (Journal Edition),35(2):41-51. 29  
Golebiowska, Kate and Boyle, Alicia (2014). Professional integration and belonging of immigrant-born Early Childhood Education and Care Workers (ECEC) in Darwin, Northern Territory (NT) Australia. The International Journal of Organizational Diversity,13(2):1-17. 18   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Golebiowska, Kate, Boyle, Alicia and Horvath, Denise (2013). Employment and mobility trajectories of overseas-born early childhood education and care (ECEC) workers in Darwin, NT. Northern Institute Research Brief Series,(8):1-11. 51 76
Boyle, Alicia and Wallace, Ruth (2011). Indigenous people and e-nabling technologies: An analysis of recent experiences in northern and central Australia. Kulumun,1. 20  
McAllister, R. R. J., Holcombe, S., Davies, J., Cleary, J., Boyle, Alicia, Tremblay, Pascal, Stafford, Smith D. M., Rockstroh, D., LaFlamme, M., Young, M. and Rola-Rubzen, M. F. (2010). Desert networks: A conceptual model for the impact of scarce, variable and patchy resources. Journal of Arid Environments,75(2):164-173. 30   Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Conference Papers (14)
Boyle, Alicia, Lockley, Alison and Funk, Johanna (2014). Staff perspectives about gamefully designing Charles Darwin University. In: AVETRA 17th Annual Conference, Surfers Paradise,QLD, 22-24 April 2014. 22  
Lockley, Alison and Boyle, Alicia (2014). Towards a Game-Based Learning Ecosystem: An Institutional Strategy. In: The 8th European Conference on Games Based Learning, Berlin, Germany, 9-10 October 2014. 34  
Boyle, Alicia, Crerar, Janice M., Smith, Gregory W. and Smith, Sue E. (2013). The defence of Darwin: From the 'what?' to the 'so what?' of a cross-curricular resource. In: The Australian Curriculum Studies Association 2013 Biennial Curriculum Conference, Darwin, NT, 25-27 September 2013. 55  
Guenther, John Ch. and Boyle, Alicia (2013). How did our desert grow? With fluoro shirts on planes lined up in rows. In: Australian VET Research Association 16th Annual Conference, Fremantle, WA, 3-5 April 2013. 47 58
Golebiowska, Kate and Boyle, Alicia (2012). Employment and mobility trajectories of immigrant-born early childhood education and care workers in Darwin. In: Australian Population Association 16th Biennial Conference, Melbourne, VIC, 5-7 December 2012. 23  
Boyle, Alicia (2011). ePIE feats and failures: Opportunities and challenges for ePortfolio implementation for career and professional development in remote education workforces. In: ePortfolios Australia Conference 2011, Perth, W.A., 17-18t October 2011. 29  
Boyle, Alicia (2011). New Tools for Old Hands: E-Portfolios for Career and Professional Development in Remote Education Workforces. In: AVETRA 14th Annual Conference, Melbourne, 28-29 April 2011. 22  
Boyle, Alicia, Wallace, Ruth M., Grace, Kerry, Sharma, Renu and Morgan, David (2010). ePIE - ePortfolios for Indigenous Educators: Successful partnerships for sustainable solutions. In: ePortfolios Australia Conference 2010: Widening participation - engaging the learner, Melbourne, 3-4 November 2010. 47 3
Wallace, Ruth and Boyle, Alicia (2010). Learning Partnerships for Success. In: AVETRA 13th Annual Conference, Surfers Paradise, Qld., 8-9 April 2010. 36  
Boyle, Alicia and Wallace, Ruth (2008). The role of e-learning in 'holistic' approaches to VET in remote Australian Indigenous contexts. In: AVETRA 2008 - 11th Annual Conference, Adelaide, 3-4 April 2008. 82 1
Guenther, John Ch., Young, M. and Boyle, Alicia (2007). Learning for livelihoods: Lessons from training in diverse desert contexts. In: AVETRA 10th Annual Conference, Victoria University, April, 2007. 52 1
Carson, Dean B., Boyle, Alicia and Hoedlmaier, Astrid (2007). Plan or No Plan? The Flexibility of Backpacker Travel in Australia. In: McDonnell, Ian, Grabowski, Simone and March, Roger CAUTHE 2007. Conference of the Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education, Sydney, 11-14 February 2007. 53 1
Lueg, Christopher and Bidwell, Nicola (2005). Smart Guiding: Brokering Egocentric Way-Finding Information for Attracting and Guiding Tourists. In: Tremblay, Pascal and Boyle, Alicia Conference of the Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE 2005), Alice Spring, 1-5 February 2005. 33 1
Boyle, Alicia and Arnott, Allan (2004). What tour guide stories can tell us about learning, education and training: A case study in the Top End of the Northern Territory. In: Conference of the Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE), Brisbane, Qld, 10-13 February 2004. 57 1
All Others (1)
Golebiowska, Kate and Boyle, Alicia (2015). Techical Paper : How to mobilise the 'untapped' labour force for Northern development? Case study of Darwin, Northern Territory. Darwin, NT: Charles Darwin University, Northern Institute. 83 235