The Creation of Effective Learners Using an Autarchic Study Method

By Helen Madden-Hallett, John Hall and Wayne Binney.

Published by The Learner Collection

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The focus of this paper is to explore a study methodology to enhance employee lifelong learning where deep learning of any discipline is possible.

Keywords: Self-determination Theory, Life Long Learners, Study Barriers

The International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 12, pp.29-36. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 841.432KB).

Ms Helen Madden-Hallett

My employment career has involved not only the academic sphere in a university setting, but also covers extensive experience in industry and TAFE where I was involved in teaching and training. Research in both these areas was not deemed a priority, however my growing interest in research motivated me to undertake a Master's in Business ­ Marketing. This higher degree involved a minor thesis undertaken on the area of eco-tourism and marketing. I have maintained a strong commitment to training and education I have also been active in collecting data relating to teaching and training, submitting conference papers and creating and managing industry links.

John Hall

Dr John Hall is an Associate Professor of Marketing at Deakin University Melbourne where he is a director of the business research centre. Prior to his current appointment he was a Marketing discipline leader and course coordinator at Victoria University of Technology, Melbourne. His research interests include market segmentation, consumer behaviour, marketing education, social marketing and the development and application of marketing research techniques and technology.

Mr Wayne Binney

Wayne Binney has extensive experience in teaching marketing with specific expertise in consumer behaviour, business market research, and the development of innovative teaching techniques. He conducts marketing courses at Victoria University, Melbourne, in related disciplines including tourism and hospitality marketing. Besides being an active consumer behaviour and social marketing researcher, he has authored several business and marketing publications and addressed national and international conferences. He has consulted to State and federal governments and several national and multinational firms.

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