Faculty of Science and Technology

Turville, Kylie - Research

Current research projects/students

SPIDA (Secure Provenance of Identity Documents Analysis) System – ongoing project with Assoc Prof Peter Vamplew.

Publications/conferences

  1. Turville, K, Meredith, G., Smith, P., Keogh, K and Firmin, S. (2012). Understanding Novice Programmers: their perceptions and motivations. Australia Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE) Annual Conference, Wellington, New Zealand.
  2. Meredith, G., Achterbosch, L. Turville, K. and Venkatraman, S. (2012). Virtual worlds: Not the final frontier for games-based nursing education. Australia Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE) Annual Conference, Wellington, New Zealand.
  3. University of Ballarat & Lateral Plains (2011). Broadband Economy Report 2011. Yarra Ranges Council.
  4. Turville, K., Firmin, S., Yearwood, J. & Miller, C. (2010). Understanding victims of identity theft: A grounded theory approach. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Qualitative Research in IT & IT in Qualitative Research, Brisbane, Australia.
  5. Turville, K., Yearwood, J. & Miller, C. (2010). Understanding victims of identity theft: An Australian perspective. Proceedings of the 2nd Cybercrime & Trustworthy Computing Workshop, Ballarat, Australia.

Research interests

  • Student Transition into University
  • Computer Security including Identity Theft Recovery
  • Novice Programming

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