Pam Malcolm

Lead Student Enrolment Manager
Location: Building 510, Room 4033

Qualifications

GradDipHigherEducation, Unitec MComp (Hons 1st), Unitec

Professional memberships


ICANZ AT College

Profile

Pam joined Unitec in 1987. She has taught Accounting Information Systems for many years and has a very strong interest in online learning and social aspects of information systems.

Pam has researched the post-graduate study/teaching nexus, the organisational pathways from creativity to productivity in information technology,  investigations of the motivators and barriers experienced by lecturers when they use course management systems, competencies of new graduates in Hong Kong and methods of developing graduate capabilities.

Pam is a member of NZICA's Accounting Technician College.

Publications

Rainsbury, L., Malcolm, P., and Hart, C. (2014). Higher Education Governance - New Zealand Reforms. AFAANZ, Auckland, July.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3037

Rainsbury, L., Malcolm, P., and Hart, C. (2013). Governance Reform: Institute of Technology Councils. Presentation at Auckland Region Accounting Conference, November 29, Auckland, New Zealand.

Fielden, K., and Malcolm, P. (2010). The changing face of local government in Auckland. Presented at the pre ICIS 2010 eGovernment Workshop, St Louis, USA, 11 December.

Fielden, K., and Malcolm, P. (2010). E-government in New Zealand: Local Governments, Digital Divides and the National Digital Strategy. Reddick, C (Ed). Comparative E-Government. Springer.

Fielden, K., and Malcolm, P. (2009). E-government for older users: A New Zealand case study. Bardley, G. (Ed), Proceedings of ICT, Society and Human BeingsICT, Society and Human Beings 2009978-972-8924-82-9.

Fielden, K., and Malcolm, P. (2009). Local E-government in New Zealand: Digital strategy, social inclusion and liveability. Wilby, J. Proceedings of the 53rd Annual Conference of the International Society for the Systems Sciences978-1-906740-02-3.

Fielden, K., and Malcolm, P. (2009). A systems thinking framework for considering marginalised people's interactions with E-government in New Zealand. IFIP 8.2: Organisations and Society in Information Systems (OASIS), Phoenix.

Fielden, K., and Malcolm, P. (2008). Towards a deeper understanding of cell phones in schools: Aligning school policy. International Journal of Mobile Learning in Organisations (Vol. 2 3).

Fielden, K., and Malcolm, P. (2007). Cell phones in New Zealand secondary schools: boon, banned or biased? Parsons, D., and Ryu, H. (Eds), Proceedings, Mobile Learning Technologies and Applications (MoLTA) 2007 Conference (Vol. online).

Fielden, K., and Malcolm, P. (2006). Organisational pathways: Creativity to productivity. Ljungberg, J., and Andersson, M. (Ed), Proceedings of the 14th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2006)ECIS 2006 Conference.

McKnight, C., Rainsbury, E., Malcolm, P., Bradbury, M., Coveney, R., Goundar, N., Hart, C., Hopkins, L., Harold, L., Holden, M., Ling, A., MacKenzie, L., Oldfield, W., Prangnell, H., and Slessor, A. (2006). Proposed changes to Associated Chartered Accountants (ACA) designation. Report for New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants, Auckland.

Fielden, K., and Malcolm, P. (2006). Bounded innovation management: Mapping the patterns of innovation in a small software development organisation. Journal of Information, Information Technology and Organisations (Vol. 1).

Fielden, K., and Malcolm, P. (2006). Feasibility and evaluation: Critical early research steps. Ruth, A. (Ed), Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Qualitative Research in IT & IT in Qualitative Research.

Malcolm, P., & Hopkins, L. (2005). The competent accounting graduate: A model for the evaluation of graduate capabilities. Presented to the International Conference on Innovations in Accounting Teaching and Learning, 6-8 February, Hobart, Australia.

Malcolm, P. (2005). An application of the diffusion of innovation theory to web-enhanced course delivery. New Zealand Journal of Applied Business Research, 4 (1), 15-36.

Fielden, K., & Malcolm, P. (2005). Aligning academic activities: Implications for teaching and research in a New Zealand Institute of Technology. Systemic Practice and Action Research, 18 (3), 275-301.

Malcolm, P., Ling, A., & Sherry, C. (2004). Why do Chinese students study in New Zealand and how can they be helped to succeed? Paper presented at the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA) Conference, 4-7 July, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia.

Hopkins, L., Malcolm, P., Hodges, D., Ling, A., & Yau, J. (2004). The expectation gap - Employers' perception versus new graduates' performance in New Zealand and Hong Kong. Paper presented at the Auckland Region Accounting (ARA) Conference, 3 December, Auckland, New Zealand.

Fielden, K., & Malcolm, P. (2004). Polytechnic staff upgrading qualifications: implications for teaching and research. Presented to the ITPNZ Research Conference: Research that's working, 23-24 September, Hamilton, New Zealand.

Malcolm, P. (2003). Factors which influence staff in providing web-enhanced course delivery at a tertiary institute. Unpublished Master of Computing thesis, Unitec New Zealand, Auckland, New Zealand. Supervisor: K. Fielden & D. Koh.

Rainsbury, E., & Malcolm, P. (2003). Extending the classroom boundaries - an evaluation of an asynchronous discussion board. Accounting Education, 12 (1), 49-61.

Malcolm, P., & Malcolm, L. (2002). E-Cruitment and its impact on the users of E-Cruitment sites, Business and Education: Innovation Knowledge Partnership (pp. 364-378). Paper presented at the New Zealand Applied Business Education Conference, 25-27 September, Christchurch.

Malcolm, P., & Ling, A. (2002). Chinese students: Why do they come and how can we help them succeed? New Zealand Journal of Applied Business Research, 1 (1), 167-184.

Fielden, K., & Malcolm, P. (2002). Widening the gap online: A case study. Presented to the 19th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE), 8-11 December, Auckland.

Malcolm, P., Sherry, C., & Rainsbury, L. (2001). The Employable Student: Effective Problem Solver, Information Literate, Team Player - Can Asynchronous Discussion Boards Help Develop These Skills?, Proceedings of the New Zealand Diploma In Business Conference 'Building Bridges with Business' . Auckland: Auckland University of Technology, 4-6 July, Auckland.

Malcolm, P., Jacobs, G., Donald, C., Northover, M., Elliott, R., Johnson, M., & Smith, P. (2001). Panel Discussion Surrounding the Issues with Teaching and Learning Online. Presented to the New Zealand Blackboard Day Programme, 30 April, Auckland.

Malcolm, P., & Jacobs, G. (2001). Blackboard In Practice. Presented to the New Zealand Blackboard Day Conference, 30 April, Auckland.

Rainsbury, E., & Malcolm, P. (2001). Extending the Classroom Boundaries - An Evaluation of an Asynchronous Discussion Board. Presented to the Accounting Association of Australia and New Zealand, 1-3 July, Auckland.

Gunn, C., Malcolm, P., Jacobs, G., & Yielder, J. (2001). Web-based Learning Environments: Examples and Experiences of Best Practice. Presented to the Hands-On Technology: Practical Applications for Learning and Teaching Conference, 2 October, Auckland.

Fielden, K., & Malcolm, P. (2001). Online Collaboration: Enriching Postgraduate Education, Innovation and Links: Research Management and Development and Postgraduate Education . Auckland: Auckland University of Technology, 26-27 November, Auckland. http://www.aut.ac.nz/conferences/innovation/papers.shtml

Fenton, K., & Malcolm, P. (2001). Who Said You Can't Teach an Old Dog New Tricks? A Study of SeniorNet in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Applied Computing and Information Technology, 5 (2), 16-21.

Malcolm, P. (2000). How Can We Help Students Succeed With On-line Courses?, Proceedings of the New Zealand Diploma in Business Conference (CDROM ed., ). Christchurch: Christchurch Polytechnic. Paper presented at the conference, 5-7 July, Christchurch.

Malcolm, P. (2000). Bringing the NZDipBus On-Line, Proceedings of the New Zealand Diploma in Business Conference (CDROM ed., ). Christchurch: Christchurch Polytechnic. Paper presented at the conference, 5-7 July, Christchurch.

Malcolm, P., & Sherry, C. (2000). We Know What You Did Last Summer - the Summer School Experience. Presented to the ASET/HERDSA Conference 'Flexible Learning for a Flexible Society', 2-5 July, Toowoomba, Australia.

Fenton, K., & Malcolm, P. (2000). Who Said You Can't Teach an Old Dog New Tricks. Presented to the 13th Annual Conference National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications, 30 June - 3 July, Wellington.

Fenton, K., & Malcolm, P. (2000). An Investigation Into the Use of Computers and the Internet by Seniors in New Zealand. Presented to the NACCQ, June 30 - 3 July, Wellington.

Malcolm, P. (1999). Flexible Learning Initiatives. Presented to the New Zealand Diploma in Business Conference, 30 June- 2 July, Napier.

Cruickshank, P., & Malcolm, P. (1999). Entrepreneurial Pathways into New Zealand Diploma in Business. Presented to the New Zealand Diploma in Business Conference, 30 June-2 July, Napier.

Malcolm, P. (1998). Developing an On-Line Course. Presented to the Learning Innovations Conference, 8 October, Auckland.

Malcolm, P., & Sherry, C. (1998). Students' Expectations and Lecturers' Delivery Skills: Where Do They Meet? Presented to the Learning Innovations Conference, 8 October, Auckland.