Research

Barry Golding’s 36 year  Research Bibliography (1991-2017)

(Most recent publications at the top: pre 2003 at Bendigo Regional Institute of TAFE; 2003-2013 at University of Ballarat; 2014- June 2015 at Federation University Australia; from July 2015 as Federation University Adjunct Professor); *** Completed eligible University  publication.

2017 (Published, forthcoming and in preparation )

  • Schlagloth, R., Santamaria , F., Golding, B. & Thompson, H.  (In Preparation, 2017) ‘Why is it important to use flagship species in community education? The Koala as a case study’, Animal Studies Journal.
  • Golding, B. & Foley, A, (2017) ‘Constructing narratives in later life: Autoethnography beyond the academy’, Australian Journal of Adult Learning, Volume 57,  No. 3, pp.384-400.***
  • Helene Ahl, H., Heegaard, J. & Golding, B. (2017) ‘How the Men’s Shed idea travels to Scandinavia’, Australian Journal of Adult Learning, Volume 57,  No. 3, pp.317-333. ***
  • Findsen, B., Golding, B., Jelenc Krasovec, S. & Schmidt-Hertha, B.  (2017) ‘Ma te ora ka mohio / ‘Through life there is learning’, Australian Journal of Adult Learning, Volume 57,  No. 3,  pp.509-526. ***
  • Book Review of The Men’s Shed Movement, by Cristina C. Vieira, Faculdade de Psicologia e de Ciências da Educação, Centro de Estudos Interdisciplinares do Século XX (CEIS 20), Universidade de Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal, http://exaequo.apem-estudos.org/files/2017-01/n34a14.pdf, ex aequo, 2017 pp.170-173. (in Portuguese: English translation, see portugueseshedbookreview
  • Ahl, H., Hedegaard, J., & Golding, B. (May 2017) ‘The Nordic translation of a Men’s Shed: A gendered model for adult learning’, Paper to 7th Nordic Conference on Adult Education and Learning, 3-5 May, Jonkoping, Sweden.
  • Golding, B. & Foley, A. (2017) Men and boys: Sharing the skills across generations, Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, Vol. 15, No. 1, pp.52-63. ***
  • Ahl, H., Hedegaard, J., & Golding, B. (2017) ‘How the idea of The Men’s Shed travels to Scandinavia’, Refereed Paper to Getting of Wisdom Learning in Later Life, Melbourne, Australia Conference, 15 Feb 2017.***
  • Golding, B & Harvey, J. (2017) Survey of Australian Men’s Sheds, 2017: Final Report to Australian Men’s Shed Association, Tertiary Tracks & Federation University Australia, 15 July.
  • Golding, B. & Foley, A. (2017) ‘Constructing narratives in later life: Autoethnography beyond the academy’, Refereed Paper to Getting of Wisdom Learning in Later Life, Wellington, New Zealand, Conference, 16 Feb 2017.***
  • Golding, B. (2017, forthcoming ) ‘Fertile sheds in unlikely ground: An exploration of the genesis of informal learning communities for men beyond paid work’, Chapter for Contemporary learning communities, Gunders, S., Reushie, P., Danaher & L. De George-Walker (Eds.), Routledge ‘Foundations and Futures of Education Series’.

2016 (8, 3 Book Chapters, 2 Research Reports, 3 Journal articles)

  • Golding, B. (2016) Reflections on the role of the men’s shed movement in changing perceptions about learning by older men in community settings, Book Chapter in M. Maksimović, J. Ostrouch-Kamińska, K. Popović, A. Bulajić (Eds.), Contemporary Issues and Perspectives on Gender Research in Adult Education, pp.173-186. Belgrade: Institute for Pedagogy and Andragogy, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, Serbia ESREA – European Society for Research on the Education of Adults & Adult Education Society, Serbia. ***
  • Golding, B. & Brown, M. (2016) Rural ‘Sporting Chance’, JOYCA Trust/ Macpherson Smith Rural Foundation Scholarship Design Research Project, Final Report Part 1, Tertiary Tracks, Kingston & MSRF, Creswick. ***
  • Golding, B. (2016) Learning beyond the mainstream: ‘Here everything’s different’, A Multi site evaluation of Alesco-type learning centres, Final Report, 15 August 2016, Tertiary Tracks, Kingston, in conjunction with WEA Hunter, Newcastle. (54 pages) AlescoFinaltoWEAHunter15Aug2016 ***
  • Barton, E.  (2016). Book Review,  The Men’s Shed Movement: The Company of Men, edited by B. Golding (Ed.). Champaign: Common Ground Publishing Co., 2015, Culture, Society and Masculinity. Vol. 8, No. 1, pp.95-96, Special Issue on Lifelong Learning, Volume 15, Issue 1.
  • Jin, A., Cooper, M. & Golding. B. (2016) Cross-cultural communication in teacher education: A case study of an Australian pre-service teacher placement in Liaoning, China. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, Issue 6.  http://ro.ecu.edu.au/ajte/vol41/iss6/2 ***
  • Golding, B. & Kimberley, H. (2016) ‘Australia’, Book Chapter in International perspectives on older adult education: Research policies and practice, B. Findsen & M. Formosa (Eds.), Springer, pp. 25-34.***
  • Kimberley, H., Golding, B. & Simonds. B. (2016) The Company of Others: Generating knowhow in later life, International Journal of Lifelong Education, Special issue. pp. 1- 12. http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/kBigJMbcrvaU8sduQU7h/full ***
  • Carragher, L. & Golding, B. (2016)  ‘Men’s Sheds: Sharing knowledge and learning in the company of men’, The Irish Journal of Adult and Community Education, The Adult Learner 2016, pp.59-71. ***
  • Hodge, S. & Golding, B. (2016) Book Chapter in Strohschen, G., & Associates. (2016). The Metagogy project: A theorem for a contemporary adult education praxis. Foreword by A. Knox. Atlanta, GA: American Scholars Press. ISBN #978-0-9861817-2-6. ***

2015  (15 including one Book & 12 Book chapters)

  • Vieira, C. (2016) Book review of The Men’s Shed Movement: the Company of Men, published in Portuguese in December 2016 in ex aequo, the Portuguese Association of Women’s Studies #34 (APEM): http://exaequo.apem-estudos.org/?lingua=en; Copy of pproximate English translation available Here.
  • Carragher, L. & Golding, B. (2015) Older men as learners: Irish men’s sheds as an intervention, Adult Education Quarterly, Vol. 65, No. 2, pp.152-168. ***
  • Golding, B. (2015) ‘Critical reflections on the role of the Men’s Shed Movement in changing perceptions about learning by older men in community settings’, Refereed Paper to  ESREA Network on Gender and Adult Learning Conference, University of Belgrade, Serbia, 8-10 October.***
  • Golding, B. (2015) ‘Returning to the Company of Men’,  Refereed Paper to 6th Conference of the ESREA Network on Education and Learning of Older Adults, Jonkoping University, Sweden, 14-16 October.***
  • Golding, B., McDonald, J. & Malec, M. (2015) Learning by older men in the contemporary adult education research field: Some contexts, cases and implications. Central European Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities 16: pp.15-92  (published in Polish,  see Polish reference below). ***
  • Golding, B., McDonald, J. & Malec, M. (2015) Uczenie się starszych mężczyzn we współczesnych badaniach andragogicznych: wybrane konteksty, implikacje i przypadki, Dyskursy Młodych Andragogów, 16: 59-92. ***
  • Golding, B. (2015) ‘Men learning through life (and men’s sheds’), Futures column, Adult Learning, American Association of Adult and Continuing Education.
  • Golding, B. (2015) A rural educators contribution to the Men’s Shed Movement, Bush Voices Blog, July 2015, Country Education Project.
  • Golding, B. (2015) English corrector for Oustrouch-Kaminska, J.  & Vieira, C.  (Eds.) Private worlds(s): Gender and informal learning of adults, ESREA Series: Research on the education and learning of adults. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. Free to download
  • Golding, B. & Carragher, L. (2015) Community men’s sheds and informal learning: An exploration of their gendered roles, Chapter  8 in J. Oustrouch-Kaminska &  C. Vieira (Eds.) Private worlds(s): Gender and informal learning of adults,  ESREA Series: Research on the education and learning of adults. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, pp. 103-118. Free to download ***
  • Golding. B. (Ed.) (2015)  The Men’s Shed Movement: The Company of Men. Champaign: Common Ground Publishing. [sole author 9 Chapters, first author of two Chapters, third author of one Chapter].***

2014 (14)

  • ‘A space worth exploring’ Manspace Magazine,  Issue 4, 2014, No. 14, pp.82-83. (Written by Justin Felix, based on an interview with Barry Golding).
  • Golding, B.  & Thompson, S. (2014) Literacy and language policies in Australia, Paper to International Conference on The Methods and Applications of Research on Literacy Yeouido, Seoul, South Korea, 26 November 2014, National Institute for Korean Languages, KoreaNIKLConfPaperFINAL4Sept published [in English and Korean] in Proceedings,  The methods and applications of research in literacy, The National Institute of the Korean Language, Seoul, pp. 65-77 in Korean, pp. 78-94 in English. Also published on CD of same name, 26 Nov 2014.***
  • Golding, B. (2014)  Men’s sheds: What have they got to do with aging, learning and wellbeing? Presentation  to Conference on Aging and Society, Manchester, England, 7-8 Nov 2014 (not peer refereed).
  • Golding, B. & McDonald, J. (2014) Researching older men’s self-directed learning in Australian community contexts: Methods, framework and results, Paper to Symposium of Self-Directed Learning as part of the 8th Congress in Self-Learning, Strasbourg, France, 29-31 Oct 2013. Strasbourg2014BGJMPaperFINAL25Sept2014
  • Golding, B. (2014)  Men learning later in life: Floating the idea of shedagogy, Keynote paper to ELOA Conference ‘Innovations in lifelong learning’, Valletta, Malta, 22-24 October. Proceedings Published on CD. *** MaltaESREAConfPaperFINAL2Sept.
  • Golding, B.  (2014) Older men’s learning and conviviality, Chapter 3 in Learning across generations: Contemporary issues in older adult education, B.  Schmidt-Hertha, S. Jelenc Krasovek & M. Formosa,  (Eds.). Rotterdam: Sense, pp.23-34. Available for free download as an ebook.
  • Golding, B. (2014) Men’s learning: The conviviality of men’s sheds. Fine Print, Vol. 37, No. 2, pp. 7-12. ***
  • Golding, B. (2014) Preface: Older men learning in the community: European snapshots, in M. Radovan &  S. J. Krasovec (Eds.) Older men learning in the community: European snapshots. Ljubljana: Birografica Bori, pp.5-7. ***
  • Golding, B. & Harvey, J.  (2014) Survey of Australian men’s sheds, 2013, Report to Australian Men’s Sheds Association, Tertiary Tracks and Federation University Australia.
  • Golding, B., Mark, R. & Foley, A. (Eds.) (2014) Men learning through life (Eds.) Leicester: NIACE. (272 pp.) ***
  • Golding, B., Mark, R. & Foley, A. (2014)  Men learning through life, Chapter 1 in B. Golding, R. Mark & A. Foley (Eds.) , Men learning through life (Eds.). Leicester: NIACE, pp.3-19. ***
  • Golding, B. (2014) Men’s learning in international settings, Chapter 2 in Golding, R. Mark & A. Foley (Eds.), Men learning through life (Eds.) Leicester: NIACE, pp.20-33. ***
  • Golding, B. (2014)  Learning beyond the workplace, Chapter 6 in B. Golding, R. Mark & A. Foley (eds.), Men learning through life (Eds.) Leicester: NIACE, pp.77-96. ***
  • Foley, A.  & Golding, B. (2014) Men and boys: Ages and stages, Chapter 7 in B. Golding, R. Mark & A. Foley (Eds.), Men learning through life.  Leicester: NIACE, pp.97-112. ***
  • Golding, B. (2014) Men’s sheds: A new movement for change, Chapter 8 in B. Golding, R. Mark & A. Foley (Eds.), Men learning through life. Leicester: NIACE, pp.113-30. ***
  • Jin, A., Tingyan, Z., Hua, L. & Golding, B. (2014) Men’s learning in China, Chapter 13 in B. Golding, R. Mark & A. Foley (eds.), Men learning through life. Leicester: NIACE, pp.196-204. ***
  • Golding, B. & Foley, A. (2014) Men’s learning in Australia, Chapter 14 in B. Golding, R. Mark & A. Foley (Eds.), Men learning through life, Leicester: NIACE, pp.205-25. ***
  • Golding, B., Mark, R. & Foley, A.  (2014) Men’s turn to learn? Discussion and Conclusion, Chapter  16 in B. Golding, R. Mark & A. Foley (eds.), Men learning through life.  Leicester: NIACE, pp.244-59. ***
  • Golding, B. (2014) Book Chapter, ‘Older men’s learning and literacies’,  in A. C. Cree (Eds.) Literacies: The power to change, Volume 2: Literacy in a changing World, World Literacy Summit & Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp.105-115. ***

2013 (2)

  • Flood, P. & Blair, S. (2013) Men’s sheds in Australia: Effects on physical health and mental well-being, Final Report, Executive Report & Appendix,  Ultrafeedback for beyondblue, Melbourne. (Barry Golding acted as an Academic Advisor through beyondblue that commissioned and published the research).
  • Golding, B.  (2013) Men’s learning in international settings, Pre-conference CIAE Paper  to the Commission for International Adult Education (CIAE) Conference, Lexington, Kentucky, 3-5 Nov. ***
  • Angus, L. Golding, B., Foley, A. & Lavender, P. (2013) Promoting ‘learner voice’ in VET: Developing democratic, transformative possibilities or further entrenching the status quo? Journal of Vocational Education and Training, Vol. 65, No. 4, pp.560-574.  JVET2013publishedcopy *** http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13636820.2013.855648
  • Golding, B. (2013) Transformation and learning in the Australian context: Addressing perceived ‘wicked problems’ and inequities, ASPBAE Ed-Lines, June 2013, No. 07, pp.2-3. Asia South Pacific Association for Basic Adult Education.
  • Golding, B. (2013) Transforming older men’s learning, ASPBAE Ed-Lines, June 2013, No. 07, Weblink to www.aspbae.org on p.3. Asia South Pacific Association for Basic Adult Education.
  • Golding, B. & Foley, A. (2013) The men’s shed movement: Some implications for men’s informal learning, Paper to ESREA Network on Gender and Adult learning Conference, University of Coimbra, Portugal, 10-12 Oct.

2012 (6)

Golding, B., Angus, L., Foley, A. & Lavender, P. (2012) ‘Learner voice in VET and ACE: What do stakeholders say?’ Refereed Paper 78 to 15th Annual AVETRA Conference, Sydney, 12 April. pdf available here ***

  • Golding, B., Lavender, P., Angus, L. & Foley, A. (2012) Closing the loop: Listening and responding to learner voice in vocational education and training in Australia, Report to National VET Equity Advisory Council (NVEAC), University of Ballarat, Ballarat. pdf available here ***
  • Golding, B. (2012) ‘Men’s sheds, community learning and public policy’, Chapter 10 in M. Bowl, R. Tobias, J. Leahy, G. Ferguson & J. Gage, J., Gender, masculinities and lifelong learning, Routledge, Abingdon, pp.122-133. Book orders available  via http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415667593 ***
  • Golding, B. (2012) ‘Men’s learning through community organisations: Evidence from an Australian study’, Chapter 11 in M. Bowl, R. Tobias, J. Leahy, G. Ferguson & J. Gage, J., Gender, masculinities and lifelong learning, Routledge, Abingdon, pp.134-146.  Book orders available  via http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415667593 ***
  • Mark, R. & Golding, B. (2012) ‘Fostering social policies that encourage engagement of older men in their own learning: Challenges for improving the health and wellbeing of men in the third age’, International Journal of Education and Ageing, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp.221-236. ***
  • Angus, L., Golding, B., Foley, A. & Lavender, P. (2012) ‘Learner voice”: Who speaks? Who listens?’ Paper to European Conference on Education Research, Cadiz, Spain, 17-21 Sept. ***
  • Golding, B. (2012) Lifelong and lifewide learning, The Australian TAFE Teacher, Vol. 46, No. 3, pp.20-21.
  • Golding, B. (2012) Australian Men’s Sheds Association (AMSA) submission, Grungtvig Award 2012, Innovative approaches to adult education and learning: Key competencies for social inclusion, European Association for the Education of Adults, August, pp.51-53.

2011 (8)

  • Golding, B. (2011) ‘Social, local, and situated: Recent findings about the effectiveness of older men’s informal learning in community contexts’, Adult Education Quarterly 61:2, pp.102-120.pdf available here ***
  • Golding, B. (2011) ‘Men’s informal learning and wellbeing beyond the workplace’, Book Chapter in Innovations in lifelong learning, (Ed. Sue Jackson), Birkbeck Institute, University of London, pp.67-86. Order a copy of the book from  *** http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415548793/
  • Golding, B. (2011) ‘Not just petrol heads: Men’s learning in the community through participation in motor sports’, European Journal of Adult Learning, pp.1-16. *** http://www.rela.ep.liu.se/current_issue.html
  • Golding, B. (2011) ‘Thinking inside the box: What can we learn from the men’s shed movement?’ Adults Learning 22: 8, pp.24-27.
  • Golding, B. & Foley, A. (2011) ‘Do you want VET with that? Some implications for lifelong and lifewide learning in an era of universal VET’, Refereed Paper No. 29 to AVETRA Conference, 28-29 April, Melbourne. http://avetra.org.au/publications/conference-archives/conference-archives-2011/2011-conference-papers ***
  • Golding, B. (2011) ‘Older men’s wellbeing through community participation in Australia’, International Journal of Men’s Health, 10:1, pp.26-44. ***
  • Golding, B. (2011) ‘Older men’s learning through age-related community organisations in Australia’, International Journal of Education and Ageing, Vol. 1, No.3, May, pp.237-252. ***
  • Golding, B. (2011) ‘Shedding ideas about older men’s learning’, Lifelong Learning in Europe, 2, pp.119-124.
  • Golding, B. (2011) ‘Taking charge at any age: Learning and wellbeing by older men through community organisations in Australia’, Adult Learner 2011: The Irish Journal of Adult and Community Education, pp.26-40.pdf available here ***
  • Golding, B. & Foley, A. (2011) ‘All over red rover? The neglect and potential of Australian adult education in the community’, Australian Journal of Adult Learning 51, Special Edition, December, pp.53-71. ***

2010 (4)

  • Golding, B., Foley, A., Brown, M. & Harvey, J. (2010) Making good connections: How community participation enriches learning, wellbeing and a sense of identity in older men, Report based on 2009 NSPAC study by by E. Skladzien & S. O’Dwyer, National Seniors Australia Productive Ageing Centre, Canberra, Feb. http://archimedes.ballarat.edu.au:8080/vital/access/HandleResolver/1959.17/16465
  • Mark, R.Montgomery, V. & Graham, H. (2010) ‘Beyond the workplace: An investigation into older men’s learning and wellbeing in Northern Ireland’, Report for the Changing Ageing Partnership (CAP)Queen’s University Belfast, http://archimedes.ballarat.edu.au:8080/vital/access/HandleResolver/1959.17/16457 (Barry Golding design input)
  • Golding, B. (2010) ‘Drying and perceptions of climate change: Insights from a Riverina site in the Southern Murray-Darling Basin’, Refereed Paper No. 35 to AVETRA Conference, 8-9 April, Gold Coast, Queensland. ***
  • Golding, B. (2010) ‘Learning at the end of the rainbow: A study of community learning availability and outcomes for older men in an Australian regional community’, Paper No. 36 to AVETRA Conference, 8-9 April, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. ***
  • Golding, B. (2010) ‘The big picture on men’s (and boy’s) learning’, April, Australian Journal of Adult Learning 50:1, pp.54-74. ***
  • Golding, B. (2010) ‘Men learning about communication and wellbeing through community involvement: Evidence from an empirical Australian study’, Paper to Conference of the European Society for Research into the Education of Adults (ESREA), 23-26 Sept, Linkoping, Sweden.
  • Golding, B. (2010) ‘What learning experiences and outcomes are valued by older men in Australia?’ Paper to Conference of the European Society for Research into the Education of Adults (ESREA) Network on Education and Learning of Older Adults (ELOA), 7-9 Oct, Munich, Germany. Download pdf here
  • Golding, B. (2010) ‘What factors influence older men’s learning and wellbeing through community organisations in Australia?’ Paper to Conference of the European Society for Research into the Education of Adults (ESREA) Network on Education and Learning of Older Adults (ELOA), 7-9 Oct, Munich, Germany. Downlaod pdf here
  • Morgan, S. & Golding, B. (2010) ‘Crossing over: Collaborative cross-cultural teaching of Indigenous education in a higher education context’, Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 39S: pp.8-14. ***

2009 (7)

  • Golding, B., Brown, M. & Foley, A. (2009) ‘Informal learning: A discussion around defining and researching its depth and breadth’, Australian Journal of Adult Learning, 49 (1) April, pp.34-56. ***
  • Golding, B. (2009) ‘Older men’s lifelong learning: Common threads/sheds’, in J. Field, J. Gallagher & R. Ingram, Researching transitions in lifelong learning, Milton Park, Routledge, pp.65-75. ***
  • Golding, B., Foley, A. & Brown, M. (2009) ‘Shifting the locus/ts: Evidence and insights into academic power and knowledge from recent Australian adult, vocational and community education research’ Paper to AVETRA Conference, Sydney 16-17 April.
  • Golding, B., Foley, A., Brown, M. & Harvey, J (2009) Senior men’s learning and wellbeing through community participation in Australia, Report to National Seniors Productive Ageing Centre (NSPAC), University of Ballarat, October.  *** http://archimedes.ballarat.edu.au:8080/vital/access/HandleResolver/1959.17/16450
  • Golding, B., Brown, M., Foley, A. & Harvey, J. (2009) Men’s Learning and wellbeing through community organisations in Western Australia, Report to the Western Australia Department of Education and Training, University of Ballarat, October, http://archimedes.ballarat.edu.au:8080/vital/access/HandleResolver/1959.17/16443 ***
  • Golding, B. with Campbell, C. (2009) Editors, Australian Journal of Adult Learning 49 : 3,  November. ***
  • Golding, B & Campbell, C. (2009) Learning to be drier in the southern Murray-Darling Basin. Australian Journal of Adult Learning 49: 3, 424-50. ***
  • Golding, B. & Angwin, J. (2009) Bearing the risk: Learning to be drier mid-river, Australian Journal of Adult Learning 49: 3, 472-96. ***
  • Golding, B., Brown, M., Foley, A., Smith, E., Campbell, C, Schulz, C., Angwin, J.  & Grace, L. (2009) Wicked learning: Reflecting on Learning to be drier, Australian Journal of Adult Learning 49: 3, 544-66. ***

2008 (10)

  • Golding, B., Kimberley, H., Foley, A. & Brown, M. (2008) ‘Houses and sheds: An exploration of the genesis and growth of neighborhood houses and men’s sheds in community settings’, Australian Journal of Adult Learning, 48: 2, pp.237-262. ***
  • Vallance, P. & Golding, B. (2008) ‘‘They’re funny bloody cattle’: Encouraging rural men to learn’, Australian Journal of Adult Learning, 48:2, pp.369-384, Reflection. ***
  • Golding, B., Foley A., & Brown, M (2008) ‘Shedding school early: Insights from school & community shed collaboration in Australia’, Refereed Paper to AVETRA Conference, Adelaide, 3-4 April. ***
  • Foley, A., Golding, B. & Brown, M. (2008) ‘Let the men speak: Health, friendship, community and shed therapy’ Refereed Paper to AVETRA Conference, Adelaide, South Australia, 3-4 April. ***
  • Golding, B. (2008) ‘Researching men’s sheds in community contexts in Australia: What does it suggest about adult education for older men?’ Journal of Adult and Continuing Education, 14 (1) Spring, pp.17-33. ***
  • Golding, B. (2008) ‘Learning by men not in work: A review of research’, Refereed Paper to (in Proceedings of) Fifth International Lifelong Learning Conference, Yeppoon, Queensland, 17-19 June. ***
  • Golding, B. & Foley, A. (2008) ‘How men are worked with: Gender roles in men’s informal learning’, Refereed Paper to SCUTREA Conference, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, 2-4 July. ***
  • Golding, B. (2008) ‘Common wealth through community men’s sheds: Lives and learning networks beyond work’, Paper to Pan Commonwealth Forum on Open Learning, University of London, England, 14-17 July, 2008.
  • Brown , M., Golding, B. & Foley, M. (2008)  ‘Out the back: Men’s sheds and informal learning’, Fine Print 31: 2,  pp.12-15, 2008.
  • Golding, B. (2008) ‘Learning by men not in work: A review of research’, in D. Orr, P. Danaher, G. Danaher & R. Harreveld (Eds.), Lifelong learning: Reflecting on success and framing futures (pp.176-181), Central Queensland University Rockhampton, Queensland. ***
  • Foley, A.,  Brown, M & Golding, B (2008) A long and winding road: Autonomous men’s learning, Refereed paper to SCUTREA Conference, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, 2-4 July. ***
  • Miralles, B., Miralles, J. & Golding, B. (2008) Creating learning spaces for refugees: The role of multicultural organizations in Australia. Adelaide: NCVER. ***

2007 (2)

  • Golding, B., Brown M. & Foley, A. (2007) ‘Old dogs, new shed tricks: An exploration of innovative workshop-based practice for older men in Australia’, Refereed Paper to AVETRA Conference, 11-13 April, Melbourne, Victoria. ***
  • Golding, B., Brown, M., Foley, A., Harvey, J. & Gleeson, L. (2007) Men’s sheds in Australia: Learning through community contexts, NCVER, Adelaide, South Australia. *** www.ncver.edu.au/publications/1780.html
  • Golding, B. (2007) ‘Social, local and situated: Evidence and insights from Australian research into the effectiveness of older men’s learning in community contexts’, Paper to Second Nordic Conference on Adult Learning, 17-19 April, Lingkoping University, Sweden.
  • Golding, B. (2007) ‘Researching men’s sheds in community contexts in Australia: What does it tell us about education for older men?’ Paper CASAE-ACEEA, Mount St Vincent University, 6-9 June, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  • Golding, B. (2007) ‘Older men’s lifelong learning: Common threads/sheds’, Paper to CRLL Conference, 22-24 June 2007, University of Stirling, Scotland. (2009 Book Chapter)
  • Golding, B., Foley, A., & Brown, M. (2007) ‘Shedding some new light on gender: Evidence about informal learning preferences from Australian men’s sheds in community contexts’, Paper to SCUTREA Conference, 3-5 July, The Queen’s University of Belfast, Ireland.
  • Golding, B., Foley, A. & Brown, M. (2007) ‘The international potential for men’s shed based learning’, Ad Lib, Journal of Continuing Liberal Adult Education, University of Cambridge, Issue 34, December, pp.9-13.

2006 (2)

  • Golding B. (2006) A design evaluation of LifeWorks New Zealand from an Australian Adult and community education perspective, Report for Community Colleges New South Wales, June.
  • Golding, B. (2006) ‘Shedding light on new spACEs for older men in Australia’, Quest, Issue 01, Autumn, Adult Learning Australia, pp.18-20 and p.26.
  • Golding, B. (2006) ‘A profile of men’s sheds in Australia: Patterns, purposes, profiles and experiences of participants: Some implications for VET & ACE about engaging older men’, Refereed Paper to AVETRA Conference, Wollongong, published in Proceedings CD (Ed. F. Ferrier). ***
  • Golding, B. (2006) ‘Shedding light on new places for men over 45’, Paper to Adult, Community & Further Education (ACFE) Board, March.
  • Golding, B., Brown, M., Foley, A., Harvey, J. & Gleeson, L. (2006) Results of a survey of men’s sheds in community contexts: Early feedback to men’s sheds of survey findings from a major national research project funded by National Centre for Vocational Education Research, 4 July
  • Golding, B., Harvey, J., Foley, A. & Brown, M. (2006) Final Report on a survey of men’s sheds participants in Victoria, Report to Adult, Community & Further Education (ACFE) Board, Melbourne.
  • Hayes, C., Golding, B. & Harvey, J. (2006) ‘Finding the fire: Numeracy and literacy for public safety volunteers’, Refereed Paper to Joint Conference of Australian Council for Adult Literacy (ACAL) and Adults Learning Mathematics (ALM) Group, May. ***

2005 (7)

  • Flamsteed, K. & Golding, B. (2005) Learning through Indigenous business: The role of vocational education and training in Indigenous enterprise and community development, NCVER, Adelaide. ***
  • Golding, B. (2005) ‘About FACE: Implications of research into men’s learning preferences in rural towns’, Referred Paper to AVETRA Conference, Brisbane, 13-15 April. ***
  • Golding, B. (2005) ‘Listening to men learning: An exploration of men’s learning preferences in community contexts’, The International Journal of Lifelong Learning 12 (9), pp.265-272. ***
  • Golding, B. (2005) Men’s learning in small remote towns in Australia’, Book Chapter in J. Chapman, P. Cartwright and J. McGilp (Eds.), Lifelong learning, participation and equity, Springer, Dordrecht, pp.175-204. ***
  • Golding, B. (2005) ‘Men’s lifelong learning in Australian rural towns’, Referred Paper to SCUTREA 35th Annual Conference, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK. ***
  • Golding, B. (2005) ‘The way men engage in learning: Some insights from adult learning research over a decade’, Paper to Wimmera Primary Care Partnerships & Healthy Community Plan Launch, 10 March, Horsham
  • Golding, B. (2005) ‘Thoughts and responses to the Credit Matrix’, Paper to Victorian Qualifications Authority (VQA), Melbourne.
  • Golding, B., Harvey, J. & Echter, A. (2005) Gender segmentation of adult learning in small rural towns, Report to Adult Community and Further Education Board, Victoria, 5 Feb.
  • Golding, B., Hayes, C. & Harvey, J. (2005) ‘Literacy Practices associated with training & learning by fire & emergency services volunteers in small and remote Australian towns’, Referred Paper to UK Literacy Association 41st Annual Conference, Bath UK. ***
  • McDonald, R., Dickie, M., Figgis, J., Fyffe, J. & Golding, B. (2005) Not exactly rocket science: Replicating good practice in meeting diverse client needs, Report for Australian National Training Authority, ANTA, Brisbane. ***

2004 (5)

  • Golding, B (2004) ‘Men’s learning in small rural towns: A Victorian survey’, Paper to Australian Learning Communities Network Conference, 14-16 Sept, Newcastle.
  • Golding, B. (2004) ‘Applying mixed methods: Looking behind the shed: A case study of a recent collaborative, mixed method VET research project’, Paper to AVETRA 7th Annual Conference, Canberra, 17 March.
  • Golding, B. (2004) ‘Learning to think globally and live locally in the Wimmera in 2004’, Australia Day Address, Donald, 26 January, The Buloke Times, Feb 10, pp.11-12.
  • Golding, B. (2004) Perceptions of teacher quality and programs in technology, Learning Matters, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp.39-42.
  • Golding, B. (2004) ‘The applicability of networks to Australian adult and vocational learning research’, Refereed Paper to AVETRA 7th Annual Conference, Canberra, 18 March. ***
  • Golding, B. (2004) ‘The Great Dividing Trail and its associations with Djadjawurrung country’, Paper to Black Gold Conference, Castlemaine, 23 Oct.
  • Golding, B. (2004) ‘Who’s doing the hunting and gathering? An exploration of gender segmentation of adult and learning in small and remote communities’, Chapter in K. Bowman, Equity in vocational education and training: Research findings, NCVER, Adelaide, pp.225-241 http://www.ncver.edu.au/publications/1389.html ***
  • Golding, B. & Pattison, S. (2004) Inequity in Australian vocational education and training by location, Chapter in K. Bowman, Equity in vocational education and training: Research findings, NCVER, Adelaide, pp.108-119. http://www.ncver.edu.au/publications/1389.html pp.108-119. ***
  • Golding, B. with McDonald, R., Dickie, M, Figgis, J. & Fyffe, J. (2004) Meeting diverse client need: How to replicate good practice, Ithaca Group Report for Australian National Training Authority (B. Golding contributed four case studies: West Coast Building Initiative, Spencer Institute of TAFE, Ceduna, South Australia; Disability Access Equity Officer Employment Project, Launceston, Tasmania; Wurreker Koori project, Victoria; Building Bridges Program, Wodonga Institute of TAFE, Victoria). ***
  • Golding, B., Harvey, J. & Echter, A. (2004) Men’s learning through ACE and community involvement in small rural towns, Report to Adult, Community and Further Education Board, Victoria, 21 Dec.
  • Hayes, C., Golding, B. & Harvey, J. (2004) Adult learning through fire and emergency services organisations in small and remote Australian towns, NCVER, Adelaide.  *** http://www.ncver.edu.au/publications/1497.html

2003 (3)

  • Golding, B. (2003) ‘Communities of learning in small and remote towns’, Paper to 12th National VET Research Conference, eCentral Campus of TAFE, Perth, Western Australia.
  • Golding, B. (2003) ‘Engaging men in adult and community education: Evidence from research in small and remote communities’, Paper to Eastern Metropolitan Regional Council of Adult, Community and Further Education, Regional Provider Conference, Marysville, 17 Oct.
  • Golding, B. (2003) Graduating to TAFE: A reflection on two-way movement between university and TAFE in Australia in the 1990s, Business/Higher Education Round Table, Issue 13, March, pp.21-23.
  • Golding, B. (2003) ‘Who’s doing the hunting and gathering? An exploration of gender segmentation of adult learning in small and remote communities’, Paper to AVETRA Conference, Sydney, 10-11 April.***
  • Golding, B. (2003) Network analysis on practice and potential, Paper to 12th National VET Research Conference, eCentral Campus of TAFE, Perth, Western Australia.
  • Golding, B. & Rogers, M. (2003) Adult and community learning in small and remote towns in Victoria, Paper to AVETRA Conference, Melbourne, 21-22 March.***
  • Golding, B., Hayes, C. & Harvey, J. (2003) ‘More to sheds than meets the eye: Adult learning through public safety organisations in small and remote Australian towns’, Refereed Paper to Australian Council for Adult Literacy 26th National Conference, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, 19-20 Sept 2003, published in Proceedings on CD Metropolis to Desert Sands. ***

2002 (1)

  • Golding, B. & Rogers, M. (2002) Observations and recommendations from 14 towns, Report to ACFE Board, Victoria, March.
  • Golding, B. (2002) ‘Unscrambling the quality egg: A new qualitative audit process to identify learning needs ands enhance networks in adult learning organisations and community settings’, Paper to Victorian Institute of Senior TAFE Administrators Conference, Mansfield, May 27.
  • Golding, B. & Rogers, M. (2002) Adult and community education in small and remote communities in Victoria, Community Feedback (Casterton, Coleraine, Balmoral, Edenhope, Ouyen, Hopetoun, Rainbow, Sea Lake, Bright, Myrtleford, Mount Beauty, Omeo, Benambra, Dinner Plain, Swifts Creek)
  • Golding, B. & Rogers, M. (2002) Final report to ACFE Board, Victoria, June.
  • Golding, B. (2002) ‘Who’s doing the hunting and gathering?’ Paper to ‘Reaching the Unreached Learner’ Conference, Ballarat, Sept 31-Oct 1, Published in Conference proceedings CD, Section 2, pp.166-176. ***
  • Golding, B (2002) Review of TAFE Outreach: Full report to the Council of East Gippsland TAFE, 24 Dec 2002.

2001 (1)

  • Golding, B. (2001) Adult and community learning needs and provider networks in the Murray ACE Cluster in Victoria, Report for the Murray Adult and Community Education Cluster, BRIT, Bendigo.
  • Golding, B. (2001) Connecting lodes of learning: Adult and community learning needs and provider networks in a Victorian regional city, Report for the Bendigo Regional Adult and Community Education Cluster, BRIT, Bendigo.
  • Golding, B., Davies, M. & Volkoff, V. (2001) A consolidation of ACE research 1990-2000, Review of Research, National Centre for Vocational Education Research, Adelaide, through BRIT and CPET University of Melbourne/RMIT. ***
  • Teese, R., Polesel, J. & Golding, B. (2001) Attrition and wastage in post-secondary education, Paper for Lifelong Learning Network, University of Canberra, DETYA Higher Education Innovations Program, University of Melbourne, Parkville.

2000 (1)

  • CRLRA researchers including B. Golding (2000) Managing change through VET: The role of vocational education and training in regional Australia, Centre for Research and Learning in Regional Australia, University of Tasmania, Launceston.
  • CRLRA researchers including B. Golding (2000) The role of VET in regional Australia, A progress report to ANTA, September, Centre for Research and Learning in Regional Australia, University of Tasmania, Launceston.
  • Falk, I., Golding, B. & Balatti, J. (2000) Building communities: ACE, Lifelong learning and social capital, Centre for Research and Learning in Regional Australia, University of Tasmania for Adult, Community and Further Education Board, Melbourne. ***
  • Golding, B. (2000) Evidence of VET partnerships and collaboration in regional Australia: A working paper based on evidence from three sites, Paper to PETE Research Network Forum, 17 Nov, BRIT, Bendigo.
  • Golding, B. (2000) Learning for vocational success: Strategic directions in vocational learning for Indigenous Australian secondary school students, Paper for Aboriginal Programs Unit, NSW Department of Education and Training for the CESCEO NATSIEP Working Party.

1999 (5)

  • Falk, I. & Golding, B. (1999) A view from the centre: Equity and VET in regional Australia, Reprint R1/1999, Centre for Research and Learning in Regional Australia, Launceston, also published in Training Agenda 7 (1) 1999, pp.6-7. ***
  • Golding, B. (1999) Two-way movement and recognition between university and technical and further education in Victoria between 1990 and 1996, PhD Thesis, centre for the Study of Higher Education, University of Melbourne.
  • Golding, B. (1999) When the backwash dwarfs the wave: A case study of the relationship between research, policy and practice concerning two-way inter-sectoral movement in Australia’, Book Chapter in C. Selby-Smith (Ed.) The impact of R & D on VET, NCVER, Adelaide. ***
  • Golding, B. (1999) Shifting workplaces, drifting students, Paper to National Conference of the Lifelong Learning Network, University of Canberra, 27 Aug 1999.
  • Golding, B. & Volkoff, V. (1999) ‘Regrouping equity: A Position paper and review of equity research in vocational education and training in Australia’, Paper to National Equity Research Workshop, Sydney, 20-21 May.
  • Golding, B. & Hoskins, R. (1999) Building an enterprising and training culture: A guide for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to establish and manage community-based training projects in the building and construction industry, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples’ Training Advisory Council, Melbourne.
  • Golding, B. & Vallence, K. (1999, April) The University to VET transition, Paper for Research Centre for Vocational Education and Training, University of Technology, Sydney. BRIT, Bendigo.
  • Golding, B. with ATSIPTAC (1999) New training opportunities for CDEP [Community Development Employment Project] Participants, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples’ Training Advisory Council, Melbourne.
  • Golding, B. with ATSIPTAC (1999) On-line Indigenous learning, Position Paper for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples’ Training Advisory Council, Melbourne. Golding, B. with ATSIPTAC (1999) Partners in a learning culture, National Indigenous VET Strategy, 1999-2003, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples’ Training Advisory Council, Melbourne.
  • Golding, B. with ATSIPTAC (1999) QUILL: Quality Indicators for Indigenous lifelong learning, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples’ Training Advisory Council, Melbourne.
  • Toms, J., Golding, B., Falk, I. & Kilpatrick, S. (1999) ‘The value of vocational education and training in a non-metropolitan community’, Paper to Australian Vocational Education and Training Research Association Conference, 11-12 Feb, Melbourne.***
  • Volkoff, V. & Golding, B. (1999) Review of VET for people from non-English speaking backgrounds in VET in Australia, NCVER, Adelaide. ***
  • Volkoff, V., Golding, B., & Jenkin, J. (1999) The vocational essence of ACE: The delivery of VET programs by adult and community education providers, National Centre for Vocational Education Research, Adelaide. http://www.ncver.edu.au/publications/345.html ***

1998

  • Golding, B. (1998) Summary of findings from a major study of two way movement and recognition between university and TAFE in Victoria, 1990-1996. Paper to University of Newcastle and Hunter Institute of Technology, Newcastle Campus, 20-21 May.
  • Golding, B. (1998) Two way movement between university and TAFE: Some possible implications for TAFE marketing, programming and teaching, Paper to Central Metropolitan College of TAFE, Perth, Western Australia, 27-28 July 1998.
  • Golding, B. & Volkoff, V. (1998) Creating outcomes: Individuals and groups on the vocational education and training journey, Report to Australian National Training Authority of a major longitudinal study of student experiences over the course of their vocational education and training, CSHE, University of Melbourne.
  • Golding, B. & Volkoff, V. (1998) Group handicap in the VET stakes, Paper to Sixth Annual International Conference on Post-Compulsory Education and Training, 2-4 Dec, Surfers Paradise.
  • Golding, B. & Volkoff, V. (1998) Learner attributes and their outcomes: Intentions and outcomes in Indigenous VET from a longitudinal study, Paper to Second National Indigenous Peoples’ Training Conference “Challenging Pathways”, 9-12 March, 1998, Surfers Paradise.
  • Golding, B. & Volkoff, V. (1998) Measuring disadvantage through outcomes, Gender Matters, Spring, pp.3-4.
  • Golding, B. & Volkoff, V. (1998) Regrouping equity: A position paper and review of equity research in vocational education and training in Australia, Paper to National Equity Research Workshop, University of Technology, Sydney, 20-21 May.
  • Golding, B. with ATSIPTAC (1998) Conference Summary and Report: Second National Indigenous Peoples’ Training Conference, Challenging Pathways, 9-12 March, 1998, Surfers Paradise. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples’ Training Advisory Council, Melbourne.
  • Golding, B. with Judd, B. & ATSIPTAC (1998) Working together to break the cycle: Position paper for developing a national VET in prisons strategy for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples’ Training Advisory Council, Melbourne.
  • Jenkin. J,. Volkoff, V. & Golding, B. (1998) Courage, confidence and competencies: Community based providers deliver VET and more, Paper to Sixth Annual International Conference on Post-Compulsory Education and Training, 2-4 Dec, Surfers Paradise.
  • Volkoff, V. & Golding, B. (1998) Drowning, not waving: Equity target groups in the marketplace. Paper to Australian Vocational Education and Training Research Association Conference, 16-17 Feb, University of Technology, Sydney.
  • Volkoff, V. & Golding, B. (1998) Picking up the threads: Learner experiences of necessary knowledge, Fine Print: A Journal of Adult English Language and Literacy Education, 21 (3) pp.17-20.
  • Golding, B. & Volkoff, V. (1998) Measuring disadvantage through outcomes: Some issues, Gender Matters, Spring 1998, pp. 3-4.
  • Golding, B. (1998, October) for ATSIPTAC (1998) Working together to break the cycle, The Development of a National Vocational Education and Training Strategy for Adult Correctional Facilities and Juvenile Justice Centres in Australia, ATSIPTAC, Melbourne.

1997

  • Golding, B. (1997) Response to Peter Dwyer’s Paper, ‘Rethinking transitions: options and outcomes of the post-1970 generation’, National Issues Forum Young People and Work: Is vocational education and training the answer?,1-2 Dec, Sydney.
  • Golding, B. & Volkoff, V. (1997) Is access working? An exploration of outcomes for unemployed VET participants’ Paper to Fifth Annual Post compulsory Education and Training Conference, 26-28 Nov, Gold Coast.
  • Golding, B. & Volkoff, V. (1997) ‘Is there equity in the outcome? Some evidence of non-English speaking and rural vocational education and training from an Australian longitudinal study’, Paper to Fifth International Literacy and Education Research Network Conference, 3 Oct, Alice Springs.
  • Golding, B. & Volkoff, V. (1997) Advice on access and equity in vocational education and training in Australia, Report to the Australian National Training Authority, Centre for the Study of Higher Education and Tertiary Tracks.
  • Golding, B. & Volkoff, V. (1997) Participation in VET in Australia: Different drives, same needs?’ in F. Ferrier (Ed.) Different drums, one beat? Economic and social goals in education and training, Centre for the Economics of Education and Training, Monash University and NCVER, pp.100-113.
  • Golding, B. & Volkoff, V. (1997) Some implications for Australian Indigenous training from a VET longitudinal research project, Paper to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples’ Training Advisory Council (ATSIPTAC) National Networking Group, 26 Aug, Canberra.
  • Golding, B., Moodie, G., Keating, J., Vernon. C., Knowles, E., Smith, P. & Larney, N. (1997) Key competencies as supplementary information for non-standard tertiary admission, Report to Department of Employment, Education, Training and Youth Affairs, Bendigo Regional Institute of TAFE, Bendigo.
  • Golding, B., Volkoff, V. & Ferrier, F. (1997) Summary report of access and equity literature on vocational education and training in Australia: Barriers, strategies and policies, Australian National Training Authority, Brisbane. Published as Part A of Stocktake of equity reports and literature in vocational education and training, Australian National Training Authority, Brisbane.
  • Golding, B. & Volkoff, V. (1997) Advice on access and equity in vocational education and training in Australia, CSHE University of Melbourne and Tertiary Tracks.
  • Golding, B. for ATSIPTAC (1997) New apprenticeship and traineeship opportunities for Aboriginal; and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, APSIPTAC Discussion Paper, August 1997, Melbourne.
  • Golding, B & Volkoff, V. (1997)  Longitudinal Study of experiences in VET for particular client groups, Third and Fourth Progress Reports to Australian National Training Authority, April & Nov 1997, CSHE, University of Melbourne.

1996

  • Golding, B. (1996) Education and training pathways; No end to travelling, Paper to Fourth International Conference on Post Compulsory Education and Training, 2-4 Dec, Gold Coast.
  • Golding, B. (1996) Movement and recognition within and between tertiary education and training sectors in Australia: Some alternative characterisations, Paper to Higher Education’s Interface with Vocational Training and Business, ISSED International Seminar on Staff and Educational Development, 8-11 July, Melbourne.
  • Golding, B. (1996) Recognising the traffic: Policies for recognition associated with the existing traffic between the tertiary education sectors in Australia, Paper to National Conference Celebrating post compulsory and vocational education and training, Australian National University, Canberra, 22-25 September.
  • Golding, B. (1996) The traffic between and within the education and VET sectors: A summary and some implications for recognition systems, Seminar Paper, Centre for Economics of Education and Training, 7 June, Monash University.
  • Golding, B., Bluer, R. & Keating, J. (1996) Articulation and credit transfer: Paper A ‘The traffic between the education and training sectors and within the vocational education and training sector in Australia’ and Paper B ‘Appraisal of the existing policy framework for recognition in Australia’, Bendigo Regional Institute of TAFE for the Australian National Training Authority.
  • Golding, B., Marginson, S. & Pascoe, R. (1996) Changing context, moving skills: Generic skills in the context of credit transfer and the recognition of prior learning, National Board of Employment, Education and Training, Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra.
  • Golding, B, (1996) ‘Education and training pathways: No end to travelling?’, Paper to Learning and Work: The Challenges, Conference on Post Compulsory Education and Training, Gold Coast, 2-4 Dec 1996.

1995

  • Golding, B. (1995) Against the current: Who gets the credit? Paper to National Forum on Current Issues and Practice in Recognition, New South Wales TAFE, Sydney.
  • Golding, B. (1995) Articulation: Travelling the pathways, storming the barricades or roaming the streets? Paper to Conference on Post-compulsory Education and Training, 21-23 Nov, Griffith University, Queensland.
  • Golding, B. (1995) Inter-sectoral articulation and quality assessment in Australian higher education, Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education 20 (1), pp.89-103. *double publication.
  • Golding, B. (1995) Inter-sectoral articulation and quality assurance’ Journal of Tertiary Education Administration 17 (1), pp.21-38. *double publication
  • Golding, B. (1995) Recognition of prior tertiary learning’, Paper to Conference on Recognition of Prior Learning: The currency of the Future: Policy, Practice and Directions, Melbourne, 7-8 Nov (also Published as Golding, B., ‘Exploding the myth of education traffic’. Australian TAFE Teacher, First Quarter, 1995, pp.34-44).
  • Golding, B. (1995) Simply crossing sectors: An analysis of first time, inter-sectoral tertiary transfer, Paper to Research and Practice: Building the Links, VET Research Conference, 12-13 Oct, Office of Training and Further Education, Melbourne.
  • Golding, B. (1995) Tertiary transfer: The unacknowledged pathway between university and TAFE. TAFE Pathways Issues Paper 2, Office of Training and Further Education, Melbourne.
  • Golding, B., Marginson, S. & Pascoe, R. (1995) Generic skills in the context of credit transfer and the recognition of prior learning (RPL) Final Project Report, 8 Dec.
  • Golding, B. & Powles, M. (1995) Towards a new paradigm for articulation between higher education and vocational education and training. Paper to 17th Annual European Association for Institutional Research Forum, 27-30 August, Zurich.
  • Golding, B. (1995) ‘Famous last words’, 16 November 1995, Ballarat.

1994

  • Golding, B. (1994) Best practice in educational articulation, Paper in Best Practice in Continuing Professional Education, in Conference Papers, (Ed. D. Lucardie). University of New England, Coffs Harbour, 25-27 May, pp.51-64.
  • Golding, B. (1994) Higher education to Technical and Further Education (TAFE) articulation at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), RMIT Pathways Special Report, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne.
  • Golding, B. (1994) ‘Tracks and trails off the post-secondary conveyor’, Paper to Australasian Institute of Tertiary Education Administrators (AITEA), Victorian State Conference, 7 April.
  • Golding, B. (1994) ‘Intersectoral articulation and quality assessment in Australian higher education’, Paper to Sixth International Conference on Assessing Quality in Higher Education, Hong Kong, 19-21 July 1994.
  • Golding, B. (1994) Recognition of prior tertiary learning< Paper to RPL: The Currency of the Future National Conference, Melbourne, 7-8 November 1994,
  • Golding, B. (2014) ‘Prospects and provisions for the recognition of Prior Learning in Australian higher education’, Centre for the Study of Higher Education, Working Paper 94.7. Parkville: University of Melbourne.

1993

  • Golding, B. & Eedle, E. (1993) TAFE Pathways Project. Final Report, Ballarat University College, Ballarat.
  • Golding, B. (1993) Higher education to TAFE articulation: Issues Paper 4, The Future of TAFE and Higher Education Articulation Issues Forum, July, Melbourne.

1989

Golding, B. (1979) A forest full of homes. Habitat, 7 (6), pp. 3-5.

UNIVERSITY QUALIFICATIONS & THESES

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Science (Honours), Geology University of Melbourne, 1972
  • Master of Environmental Science, Monash University, 1979.
  • Diploma of Education, University of Melbourne, 1979
  • Bachelor of Arts, Deakin University 1988
  • Graduate Diploma of Educational Administration, University of Melbourne.
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Centre for the Study of  Higher Education, University of Melbourne, 1999.

Theses

  • Golding, B. (1972) A geological study of the Walhalla Moondarra Area, Honours (Geology) Thesis. Parkville: University of Melbourne.
  • Golding, B. (1979) Use of artificial hollows by mammals and birds in the Wombat Forest, Daylesford, Victoria, Masters Thesis. Monash University, Clayton.
  • Calder, T., Golding, B. & Manderson, T. (1979) Management for arboreal species in the Wombat State Forest, Group Masters Thesis, Monash University, Clayton.
  • Golding, B. (1999) Two-way movement and recognition between university and technical and further education in Victoria between 1990 and 1996, PhD Thesis, Centre for the Study of Higher Education, University of Melbourne, Parkville.

Available on line

Downloadable NCVER research reports about community-based learning involving Barry Golding

  • Vocational education and training for people from non-English speaking backgrounds, V. Volkoff & B. Golding, NCVER, 1998. http://www.ncver.edu.au/publications/187.html
  • The vocational essence of ACE: The delivery of VET programs by community education providers, V. Volkoff, B. Golding & J. Jenkin, NCVER, 1999. .http://www.ncver.edu.au/publications/345.html
  • Golding, B., Davies, M. & Volkoff, V. (2001) A consolidation of ACE research 1990-2000: Review of research, NCVER, http://www.ncver.edu.au/publications/638.html
  • Hayes, B., Golding, B. & Harvey, J. (2004) Adult learning through fire and emergency services organizations in small and remote Australian towns, Adelaide, NCVER. http://www.ncver.edu.au/publications/1497.html
  • Golding, B. (2004) ‘Who’s doing the hunting and gathering: An exploration of gender segmentation of adult learning in small and remote communities’ in Equity in vocational education and training: Research readings, (Ed K. Bowman), NCVER, Adelaide, pp.225-242.
  • Golding, B. & Pattison, S. (2004) ‘Inequity in Australian vocational education and training’, in Equity in vocational education and training: Research readings, (Ed K. Bowman), pp.108-119, http://www.ncver.edu.au/publications/1389.html
  • Flamsteed, K. & Golding, B. (2005) Learning through Indigenous business: The role of vocational education and training in Indigenous enterprise and community development, http://www.ncver.edu.au/publications/1572.html
  • Golding, B., Brown, M., Foley, A., Harvey, J. & Gleeson, L. (2007) Men’s sheds in Australia: Learning through community contexts.  NCVER, Adelaide. http://www.ncver.edu.au/publications/1780.html
  • Miralles-Lombardo, B., Miralles, J. & Golding, B. (2008) Creating learning spaces for refuges: The role of multicultural organizations in Australia, NCVER Adelaide. http://www.ncver.edu.au/publications/1964.html
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