Research

Publications

Auh, M., & Reading, C. (2011). Videoconferencing between Australian and Korean schools for intercultural exchanges. The[Korean] Journal of Educational Administration, 29 (2), 103-122.

Grants

2012 – 2014 National Broadband Network – Enabled Education and Skills Services (NBN-EESS) grant: up to $558,000

Project: Asia ConneXions Utilizing HD Videoconferencing 
Team: Myung-sook Auh, John Pegg, & Chris Reading

2012 Australia-Korea Foundation Grant: $15,000

Project: Increasing Australian students' and teachers' capacity to engage effectively with Korea through videoconferencing using NBN 
Team: Myung-sook Auh, John Pegg, & Chris Reading

2011 Australia-Korea Foundation Grant: $10,000

Project: Regional to global: Australia-Korea ConneXion of schools through videoconferencing, e-pal, and school exchange visits 
Team: Myung-sook Auh, John Pegg, & Chris Reading

2010 Australia-Korea Foundation Grant: $14,300

Project: Building friendships between Australian and Korean schools using websites and webcams
Team: Myung-sook Auh, Chris Reading, & Kay Noble

2010 University of New England, School of Education Internal Research Grant (IRG): $5,000

Project: The effect of cultural exchanges using digital technology on values, attitudes, and behaviours of Australian and Korean students
Team: Myung-sook Auh, Chris Reading, Kay Noble, & John Pegg

2010 Becoming Asia Literate Grant: $40,000

Project: Developing quality HSIE programs for Korean studies incorporating digital technology
Team: Duval High School, Ben Venue Public School, Presbyterian Ladies College (PLC), and New England Girls School (NEGS), and Myung-sook Auh

2010 School of Education, Faculty Strategic Fund: $15,000

Project: Regional to global: Australia-Korea ConneXion of schools using digital technology
Team: Myung-sook Auh, Chris Reading, and John Pegg