Raymond Lister
University of Technology, Sydney

Contact Details

E-mail: raymond@it.uts.edu.au
Phone: +61 2 9514 1850

Faculty of Information Technology,
University of Technology, Sydney
PO Box 123
Broadway NSW 2007

Web-site: http://www-staff.it.uts.edu.au/~raymond/

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Research Interests

Computer Science Education Research


Raymond Lister is a leader in the the Computing Education Research Community, having led several studies, notably a multi-national study of reading and tracing skills in novice programmers and aspects of teaching programming. One of his current major collaborations with CHAI is a Carrick funded project involving the CHAI Reflect project.

Current Projects

Recent Publications

R. Gluga, J. Kay, R. Lister, Simon, M. Charleston, J. Harland, and D. Teague. A conceptual model for reflecting on expected learning vs. demonstrated student performance. In J. Whalley and A. Carbone, editors, Australasian Computing Education Conference (ACE2013), pages 77-86, Melbourne, Australia, 2013. ACS. [View Details]

R. Gluga, J. Kay, R. Lister, Simon, and S. Kleitman. Mastering cognitive development theory in computer science education. Computer Science Education, 23(1):24-57, 2013. [View Details]

R. Gluga, J. Kay, R. Lister, S. Kleitman, and T. Lever. Over-confidence and confusion in using Bloom for programming fundamentals assessment. In Proceedings of the 43rd ACM technical symposium on Computer Science Education, SIGCSE '12, pages 147-152, 2012. [View Details]

R. Gluga, J. Kay, R. Lister, S. Kleitman, and T. Lever. Coming to terms with Bloom: an online tutorial for teachers of programming fundamentals. In ACE, Australasian Computing Education Conference, pages 147-156, 2012. [View Details]

R. Lister, M. Corney, J. Curran, D. D'Souza, C. Fidge, R. Gluga, M. Hamilton, J. Harland, J. Hogan, J. Kay, T. Murphy, et al. Toward a shared understanding of competency in programming: Invitation to the BABELnot project. In Proceedings of Australasian Computing Education Conference, pages 53-60, 2012. [View Details]

R. Gluga, J. Kay, R. Lister, and D. Teague. On the reliability of classifying programming tasks using a neo-piagetian theory of cognitive development. In Proceedings of the ninth annual international conference on International Computing Education Research (ICER2012), pages 31-38. ACM, 2012. [View Details]

R. Gluga, J. Kay, and R. Lister. Progoss: Mastering the curriculum. In M. Sharma and A. Yeung, editors, Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education (ACSME2012), 18th Annual UniServe Science Conference, pages 92-98. UniServe Science, The University of Sydney, NSW 2006, Australia, 2012. [View Details]

R. Gluga, J. Kay, R. Lister, and T. Lever. A unified model for embedding learning standards into university curricula for effective accreditation and quality assurance. In Australasian Association for Engineering Education (AAEE2012), volume [to appear], Melbourne, Australia, 2012. [View Details]

R. Gluga, J. Kay, T. Lever, and R. Lister. An architecture for systematic tracking of skill and competence level progression in computer science. In Computer Science Education: Innovation and Technology CSEIT 2011, pages 65-69, 2011. [View Details]

A. Carbone, M. de Raadt, J. Kay, R. Lister, A. Litchfield, R. Raban, P. Roe, D. Santamaria, J. Sheard, J. Shepherd, and A. S. and. The Carrick vision and computing education: Four case studies in multi-institutional collaboration. In Proceedings of ACE '07, Australian Computing Education Conference, volume 66 of CRPIT, pages 3-8, Sydney, Australia, 2007. Australian Computer Society. [View Details]