Annual Research Outputs
Pauling, B. & B. Beatty, Sharing the mic: Community access radio in Aotearoa New Zealand Free Range Press (2021)
Beatty, B. & B. Pauling, “A Unique and Forward Looking Sector”: Reflecting on 30 Years of Community Access Radio in Aotearoa New Zealand, in Journal of Radio and Audio Media, Vol. 28, Issue 1 (2021)
Pauling, B. & T. Evans, Repositioning and Re-purposing Distance Education for the Future in Cleveland-Innes M.F. & D Randy Garrison (Eds.) An Introduction to Distance Education, Second Edition, Routledge (2021);
Pauling, B. (2014). Review of Otago Access Radio. Wellington: New Zealand On Air.
Pauling, B. (2014). Review of Access Radio Invercargill.Wellington: New Zealand On Air.
Pauling, B. & Seel, P. B. (2014). Digital Television and Video. In J. H. Meadows & A. E. Grant (Eds.). Communications Technology Update and Fundamentals (14th ed., pp. 61-76). Burlington, Ma: Focal
Pauling, B. (2014). Radio. In Te Ara – The Encylopedia of New Zealand Wellington, New Zealand: Department of Internal Affairs. http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/radio
Pauling, B. & Reece, N. (2014). Against the Odds: Community Access Radio Broadcasting during the Canterbury Earthquakes: Some reflections on Plains FM 96.9. Media Studies Journal of Aotearoa/New Zealand, 14(1), 20-37.
Pauling, B. (2013). Review of Community Access Radio Taranaki. Wellington: New Zealand On Air.
Pauling, B.T. (2013). Review of Community Access Radio Nelson. Wellington: New Zealand On Air.
Pauling, B.T. (2013). How many is too many? Is New Zealand over-radioed. Presented at the Radio Conference 2013: A Transnational Forum, Luton, United Kingdom.
Pauling, B. T. (2012). New Zealand. In R.J. Hand & M. Traynor (Eds.). Radio in small nations (pp. 186-201). Cardiff, Wales: University of Wales Press.
Pauling, B. T. (2012). Communicating your doctoral research through the media. In C. Denholm & T. Evans (Eds.). Keys to successful doctoral study in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand (2nd. ed.). (pp. 204-212). Melbourne, VIC, Australia: ACET Press.
Pauling, B. T. (2012). LIAC, An Evaluative Study of the First 10 Years. Library & Information Advisory Commission. Wellington:
Pauling, B & Evans, T D (2009) “The Future of Distance Education: reformed, scrapped or recycled” in M Cleveland-Innes & R Garrison An Introduction to Distance Education: Understanding Teaching and Learning in a New Era, London. Routledge
Pauling, B (2008) New Zealand Higher Education in the Age of Technological Convergence. PhD Thesis, Deakin University
Pauling, B & Norris, P (2008) The Digital Future and Public Broadcasting, A Research Report prepared for NZ On Air, November 2008, Wellington
Pauling, B (2008) Radio Archiving Funding Proposals – a review of Radio New Zealand’s and the Radio Heritage Foundation’s submissions, A Research Report prepared for NZ On Air, Wellington. May
Pauling, B (2008) Review of Sound Archives/ Nga Taonga Korero, prepared for NZ On Air, Wellington. September
Pauling, B (2008) The Long Tail – Fact or Fantasy for Broadcasting, paper presented at the Broadcast Education Convention, Las Vega, April
Pauling, B (2007) Engaging the Digital Natives, climbing Everest may be easier, in T. Evans (ed), The International Handbook of Distance Education, London, Elsevier, P385-415
Pauling, B (Ed) (2007) The Changing Technologies of Learning: reshaping the boundaries of the university, York, Higher Education Academy (e-book published on www.heacademy.ac.uk/resources/archive)
Pauling, B (2007) The Challenge of Global Education – the future of teaching and learning in the small institutions of small countries in the age of convergence, in B. Pauling (Ed) The Changing Technologies of Learning: reshaping the boundaries of the university, York, Higher Education Academy (e-book published on www.heacademy.ac.uk/resources/archive)
Pauling, B (2007) Local Content on New Zealand Radio: How local content has survived in a country of total de-regulated radio, paper presented to the BEA Convention, Las Vegas, April
Pauling, B (2007) The Changing Nature of the screen-based Audience –The New Zealand Experience, paper prepared for 1st International Congress on Multimedia and New Audiences, November 12th – 13th, Universidad Iberoamericana, México City (published in conference proceedings)
Pauling. B (2007) The enclosing of public space, Paper presented to the Library and Information Association of New Zealand Aotearoa ( LIANZA), September 12, 2007, Rotorua (online at http://www.liac.org.nz/)
Pauling, B (2007)The Pace of Change in Technology, with particular reference to television, Keynote Address, U3A International Conference, Christchurch, November 2007
Pauling, B (2007) The University in Ruins? Paper based on PhD research presented at the Deakin University Faculty of Education Doctoral Winter School, Auckland, August
Pauling, B (2006) Community Media in New Zealand – the story of state funded community radio, Paper presented at The Hawaii International Conference of the Humanities, Honolulu, January
Pauling, B (2006) Review of the Sounds Archives/Nga Taonga Korero Annual Report, prepared for New Zealand On Air, March
Pauling, B (2006) Review of the Sounds Archives/Nga Taonga Korero Six Months Report, prepared for New Zealand On Air, September
Pauling. B (2006) Colonialism is Now: Neo-Colonial Theory, Cultural Studies & Empire Down-Under,Paper presented at the Broadcast Education Association Convention, Las Vegas, April
Pauling, B (2006) Community Radio in New Zealand, Paper presented at the Broadcast Education Association Convention, Las Vegas, April
Pauling, B & Norris, P (2005) Public Broadcasting in the Digital Age, Issues for New Zealand, New Zealand On Air, April
Pauling, B (2005) Review of the Sounds Archives/Nga Taonga Korero Annual Report, prepared for New Zealand On Air, March
Pauling, B (2005 Advancing ADL through Global Collaboration, Report on the International forum on the future of ADL technologies Melbourne Australia, October 04-06, Prepared for National Library of New Zealand
Pauling, B & Zanker, R (2005) The Upstairs Downstairs story of Radio New Zealand in the 1990s’ in The Great New Zealand Radio Experiment, Editor(s): Neill, K and Shanahan, M.,: Dumore Press
Pauling, B (2005) Learning Management Systems in Higher Education, in The International Handbook of Virtual Learning Environments, Springer, Amsterdam
Pauling, B (2005) Optimism and Growth, radio address on Sunday Supplement, National Radio, July 24
Pauling, B (2005) DTV Status in New Zealand and Australia as of April 2005, Paper presented at the 50th Annual Convention of the Broadcast Education Association, Las Vegas, April
Pauling, B (2005) The impact of Technology on Higher Education in New Zealand, paper presented to the Tertiary e-learning Strategy Group, Wellington, November 24
Pauling, B (2005) The Digital Future, presentation to the U3A, Christchurch, September 02
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