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Books (4)
West, Deborah S., Huijser, Henk, Lizzio, Alfred, Toohey, Danny, Miles, Carol, Searle, Bill and Bronnimann, Jürg (2015). Learning analytics: assisting universities with student retention. Australia: Office for Learning and Teaching. 42  
West, Deborah S., Huijser, Henk, Lizzio, Alfred, Toohey, Danny, Miles, Carol, Searle, Bill and Bronnimann, Jürg (2015). Learning analytics: assisting universities with student retention. Project outcome: Institutional analytics case studies. Australia: Office for Learning and Teaching. 40  
Vikinas, Tricia, West, Deborah and Ladyshewsky, Rick (2010). Building academic leadership capability: a resource book for heads of school. Sydney NSW Australia: Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC). 25  
Southwell, Deborah, Scoufis, Michele and West, Deborah (2008). Caught between a rock and several hard places: cultivating the roles of the Associate Dean (Teaching and Learning) and the Course Coordinator. A framework for developing an institutional leadership in teaching and learning program. Strawberry Hills, NSW: Australian Learning and Teaching Council. 107 4
Book Chapters (5)
West, Deborah and Baschiera, Daniel (2013). The humanitarian perspective in social work and community welfare education. In C. Noble, M. Henrickson, IY Han(Ed.), Social work education: Voices from the Asia Pacific 2nd Edition. Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press. (pp. 367-388). 18  
West, Deborah S. and Heath, David A. (2013). Youth Justice, Child Protection and the Role of the Youth Courts in the Northern Territory. In Australia's Children's Courts Today and Tomorrow. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: . (pp. 45-64). 45 4
West, Deborah (2011). Lenses for digital inclusion: a social work framework for research policy and practice. In A Rourke and K. Coleman(Ed.), Pedagogy leads technology: online learning and teaching in higher education. Illinois: Common Ground (CG Publisher). (pp. 11-25). 24  
West, Deborah and Baschiera, Daniel (2011). International student placements: working with the challenges and opportunities. In Noble C & Henrickson M(Ed.), Social work field education and supervision across Asia Pacific. Sydney: Sydney University Press. (pp. 89-115). 22  
West, Deborah S. and Baschiera, Daniel C. (2009). The Humanitarian perspective in social work and welfare education. In Noble, Carolyn, Henrickson, Mark and Han, In Young(Ed.), Social work education: voices from the Asia Pacific. Melbourne: The Vulgar Press. (pp. 193-216). 129 22
Journal Articles (19)
West, Deborah (2015). Finding the 'tipping point': A Framework for building an institutional learning community to improve learning and teaching. Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social contexts,18(Special Issue: Narrative Inquiry):40-51. 23 7 0
West, Deborah S. and Thompson, Samantha (2015). Mobile knowledge: driving a paradigm shift. Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education,7(1):43-54. 13   0
Huijser, Henk, West, Deborah and Heath, David (2015). The Potential of Learning Analytics to Systematically Address Diverse Learning Needs and Improve Student Retention in Australian Higher Education. Advances in Scholarship of Teaching and Learning,3(1). 18  
Ennis, Gretchen and West, Deborah (2014). Community development and umbrella bodies: networking for neighbourhood change. The British Journal of Social Work,44(6):1582-1601. 24   1
Billot, Jennie, West, Deborah, Khong, Lana, Skorobohacz, Christina, Roxa, Torgny, Murray, Shannon and Gayle, Barbara (2013). Followship in Higher Education: Academic Teachers and their Formal Leaders. Teaching & Learning Inquiry,1(2):91-103. 14  
Ennis, Gretchen and West, Deborah (2012). Using social network analysis in community development practice and research: a case study. Community Development Journal,(May 10 2012 online):1-18. 62  
Thompson, Lester J. and West, Deborah S. (2012). Professional Development in the Contemporary Educational Context: Encouraging Practice Wisdom. Social Work Education,32(1):1-16. 44 5 0
West, Deborah and Heath, David (2011). Theoretical pathways to the future: globalisation, ICT and social work theory and practice. Journal of Social Work: Special Australia/New Zealand Edition,11(2):209-221. 40  
Huddleston, Maria and West, Deborah S. (2011). The hidden young face of care. Practice Reflexions,6(1):39-46. 33 68
Vilkinas, Tricia and West, Deborah S. (2011). Leadership behaviour displayed by heads of school - its extent and importance. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management,33(4):347-361. 35 2 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Ennis, Gretchen and West, Deborah (2010). Exploring the potential of social network analysis in asset-based community development practice and research. Australian Social Work,63(4):404-417. 27   Cited 4 times in Scopus4 3
Heath, D. and West, D. (2009). Northern Territory practitioners views on the use of Information and Communication Technology to improve the quality of life of carers and people with dementia. Hot Topics for the Tropics,1(1):1-9. 50 1
West, Deborah, Heath, David and Ennis, Gretchen (2009). A human service learning community: at work in the Northern Territory. Practice Reflexions,4(1):3-15. 72 1
West, D. and Heath, D. (2009). Moving Forward on Digital Inclusion: A framework for integrating research, policy and practice. Journal of Social Intervention: theory and practice,18(2):5-28. 50 1 0
West, Deborah, Heath, David and Ennis, Gretchen (2009). Northern Territory Social Work: Views and Approaches. Australian Social Work,62(1):74-89. 86 3 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
West, Deborah (2008). Lifelong learning, the 'new economy' and the implications for wisdom. International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management,7(12):31-37. 54 1
West, Deborah (2007). Building a Holistic Environmental Model for Global Social Work. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences,2(4):61-65. 61 1 Cited 4 times in Scopus4
West, Deborah (2007). Social Work Contexts: Looking Beyond our 'Environment'. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences,1(4):93-98. 48 1 Cited 2 times in Scopus2
West, Deborah (2006). Lenses for digital inclusion: a social work framework for research, policy and practice. International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society,2(1):121-130. 49 1
Conference Papers (6)
West, Deborah, Huijser, Henk, Heath, David, Lizzio, Alf, Toohey, Danny and Miles, Carol (2015). Higher Education Teachers' Experiences with Learning Analytics in Relation to Student Retention. In: ascilite 2015, Perth, 29 November - 2 December 2015. 10  
West, Deborah (2010). Exploring the 'Environment' : Working toward a new model for practice. In: 2010 Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development, Hongkong, China, 10-14 June 2010. 16  
West, Deborah and Heath, David (2010). Workers Views on ICT use in Dementia CARE. In: The Ageing North: 2010 Australian Association of Gerontology (SA/NT Division) Northern Territory Conference, Darwin, NT, 12-13 August 2010. 22  
West, DS (2009). The Role of Social Justice, Ethics and Social Work in Environmental Issues. In: Many voices, many communities, social justice for all: 20th Asia Pacific Social Work Conference, Auckland, NZ, 11-13 Novemeber 2009. 50 1
West, Deborah S. and Heath, David A. (2009). A Learning Community Approach: embedding authentic assesment in social work curriculum. In: HERDSA 2009. 32nd Annual International HERDSA Conference 2009. The Student Experience, Darwin, NT, 6-9 July 2009. 91 7
West, D and Baschiera, Daniel (2006). Field Practice Colleges. In: National Conference of the AASW, AIWCW, AASWWE and SPSW, Fremantle, 19-21 November 2006. 29 1
All Others (1)
Ennis, Gretchen Marie (2011). Neighbourhood networking : a critical social work approach to 'creating community' in a culturally diverse setting. PhD Thesis, Charles Darwin University. 31 20