Publications

Below are listed my publications,categorized under: i) Major works of reference; ii) single authored books; iii) edited books; iv) book chapters; v) referred articles; vi) non-refereed publications; vii) conference proceedings; and viii) keynote presentations.

Major works of reference

Billett, S., Harteis, C &Gruber, H (2014) International Handbook on Research in Professional andPractice-based Learning, Springer international, Dordrecht, The Netherlands(vol 1 and 2) ISBN 978-94-017-8902-8

Billett, S (2009) (ed) Section 11 –The TVET Professional in International Handbook on Education for the Worldof Work (Editors R. McLean and D Wilson), UNEVOC-UNESCO and Springer International; Dordrecht, The Netherlands. ISBN: 978-1-4020-5280-4

Single authored books

Billett, S. (2015) Integrating practice-based learning experiences into higher education programs,Springer; Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-94-017-7229-7

Billett, S. (2014) Mimetic learning at work: Learning in the circumstances of practice, Springer; Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-3-319-09276-8

Billett, S. (2011) Vocational Education: Purposes, traditions and prospects, Springer; Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-94-007-1953-8

Billett, S. (2006) Work, change and workers. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands 1-4020-4643-x

Billett, S. (2001) Learning in the workplace: Strategies for effective practice, Allen and Unwin, Sydney

Edited books

Billett, S., Orrell, J., Jackson, D., & Valencia-Forrester, F (2020) (eds) Enriching Higher Education Students’ Learning through Post-work placement Interventions, Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands 978-3-030-48061-5

Billett, S., Newton, J.M., Rogers, G.D. & Noble, C (2019) (eds) Augmenting health and social care students’ clinical learning experiences: Outcomes and processes, Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, ISBN 978-3-030-05559-2

de Bruijn, E., Billett, S & Onstenk, J (2017) (eds) Enhancing teaching and learning in the Dutchvocational education system: Reforms enacted Springer, Dordrecht, TheNetherlands ISBN 978-3-319-50732-3.

Billett, S., Dymock, D. & Choy, S (2016) (eds). Supporting learning across working life: Models, processes andpractices. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-3-319-29017-1

Ortoleva, G., Betrancourt, M & Billett, S (eds) (2016) Writing for professional development. Koninklijke Brill nv, Leiden, The Netherlands ISBN 978-90-04-26482-3

Filliettaz, L. & Billett, S. (Eds.) (2015). Francophone perspectives on learning through work:Conceptions, traditions and practices. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. ISBN 978-3319186696

Kennedy, M., Billett, S., Gherardi, S & Grealish, L. (2015) Practice-based learning in higher education: Jostling cultures (eds). Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-94-017-9501-2

Halttunen, T., Koivisto, M & Billett, S (eds) (2014) Promoting, assessing, recognizing and certifying Lifelong Learning: International perspectives and practices, Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-94-017-8693-5

Higgs, J., Barnett, R. Billett, S. Hutchings, M. Trede, F (2012) (eds) Practice-based Education: Perspectives and Strategies, Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, The Netherlands 978-94-6209-126-9

Billett, S., Johnson, G., Thomas, S., Sim, C., Hay, S & Ryan, J (eds.) (2012) Experiences of school transitions: Policies, practice and participants Springer; Dordrecht, The Netherlands, ISBN 978-94-007-4197-3

Billett, S., & Henderson, A (2011) (eds) Developing Learning Professionals: Integrating experiences in university and practice settings, Springer; Dordrecht, The Netherlands, ISBN 978-90-481-3736-1

Billett, S. (ed) (2010) Learning through practice: Models, Traditions, Orientations and Approaches, Springer; Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-90-481-3938-5

Billett, S, Harties, C & Eteläpelto, A (eds) (2008) Emerging Perspectives of Learning through work. Sense Publishing, BV, Rotterdam, The Netherlands ISBN 978-90-8790-643-6

Billett, S., Fenwick, T & Somerville (eds) (2006) Work, Subjectivity and Learning, Springer; Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-1-4020-5359-7

Book Chapters

Billett, S & Le, A H (2020 in production) Les incidents critiques en tant que vecteurs d’analyse des relations entre travail, connaissances et apprentissage (critical incidents at work: Illuminating work, knowledge and learning), in Thievenaz, J & Albero, B (Eds) Traité sur la méthodologie de la recherche en sciences de l’éducation et de la formation

Billett, S (in production) Apprendimento attraverso il lavoro: premesse, concetti e pratich (in Biasin, C & Pacquola, M (eds) Apprendere al lavoro University of Padua, Italy (accepted 9th April 2020)

Billett, S (2020, in press), Developing a skilful and adaptable workforce: Reappraising curriculum and pedagogies for vocational education, in Niegemann. H (ed), VET and Professional Development in the Age of Digitalization, Opladen, Berlin, Farmington Hills: Budrich publisher (published 16/10/20)

Billett, S (in press) Transfer, learning, and innovation: Perspectives informed by occupational practices In C. Hohenesee and J. Lobato (eds), Transfer of Learning: Progressive Perspectives for Mathematics Education and Related Fields, in Springer International book series (accepted February 2020).

Billett, S (2020, in press) Learning in and through work: Positioning the individual in Harteis, C, Gjbels, D & Kyndt, E Past, the present, and the future of workplace learning. Research,

Billett, S. (2020 in production) The co-occurrence of work, learning and innovation: Advancing workers’ learning and work practices in Malloch, M., Cairns, L., O’Connor, B and Evans, K (eds), the Sage Handbook of Learning and Work (accepted 12th May 2020)

Billett, S. (2021, in press) Workplace learning: Historical evolution and socio-cultural distinctiveness in Dernbach-Stolz, S., Eigenmann, P., Kamm, C. & Kessler, S (eds) Transformation of work, vocation, and education in an international perspective: Festschrift’ for Philipp Gonon, Springer Verlag (accepted 4th June 2020)

Harteis, C., Billett, S. & Gruber, H. (2020). Expertiseentwicklung: Umwandlung von Wissen in Können. In R. Hermkes, G. H. Neuweg & T. Bonowski (Eds.), Implizites Wissen. Berufs- und wirtschaftspädagogische Annäherungen. Bielefeld: wbv. (accepted July 10th 2020).

Billett, S & Valencia-Forrester, F (2020) Post-practicum project: Its educational purposes, importance, and roles in Billett, S., Orrell, J., Jackson, D., & Valencia-Forrester, F (eds) Enriching Higher Education Students’ Learning through Post-work placement Interventions, Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands (pp. 2-23) 978-3-030-48061-5

Jackson, D., Orrell, J., Valencia-Forrester, F. & Billett, S (2020) The educational worth of post-practicum processes and contributions and in prospect, in Billett, S., Orrell, J., Jackson, D., & Valencia-Forrester, F (eds) Enriching Higher Education Students’ Learning through Post-work placement Interventions, Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands (pp. 293-311) 978-3-030-48061-5

Billett, S (2019) Vocational Education and the Individual, in Unwin, L. & Guile, D. (eds) Handbook of Vocational Education and Training, (pp. 41-62) Wiley, United Kingdom ISBN 978-1-119-09859-1

Billett, S (2019) Securing Occupational Capacities through Workplace Experiences: Premises, Conceptions and Practices, in Bahl, A & Dietzen, A (eds) in Work–based Learning as a Pathway to Competence-based Education, (pp.25-43) UNEVOC Network Contribution, Bonn, Germany ISBN 978-3-8474-2292-1

Billett, S (2019) Augmenting post-practicum experiences: purposes and practices, in Billett, S., Newton, J.M, Rogers, G., & Noble, C. (eds) in Augmenting Health and Social Care Students’ Clinical Learning Experiences (pp. 3-25) Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, ISBN 978-3-030-05559-2

Cain, M., Le, A H, Billett, S (2019) Student preferences for purposes and processes of post practicum interventions, in Billett, S., Newton, J.M, Rogers, G., & Noble, C. (eds)  in Augmenting Health and Social Care Students’ Clinical Learning Experiences (pp 27-53) Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, ISBN 978-3-030-05559-2

Billett, S (2019) Curriculum and pedagogies principles and practices for implementing post-practicum experiences, in Billett, S., Newton, J.M, Rogers, G., & Noble, C. (eds) in Augmenting Health and Social Care Students’ Clinical Learning Experiences (pp. 333-362) Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, ISBN 978-3-030-05559-2

Billett, S & Sweet, L (2018) Understanding and appraising medical students’ learning through clinical experiences: Participatory practices at work, In Sai Loo (ed) Multi Dimensions of Teaching and Learning for Occupational Practices. Abingdon: Routledge   ISBN 9781138585713

Billett, S. Noble, C & Sweet, L (2018) Pedagogically-rich activities in hospital work: Handovers, ward rounds and team meetings, In Clare Delany and Liz Molloy (eds) ‘A Practical Guide for Learning and Teaching in a Clinical Context’ (pp. 207-220) Elsevier Australia.

Billett, S. Noble, C & Sweet, L (2018) Pedagogically-rich activities in hospital work: Handovers, ward round sand team meetings, In Clare Delany and Liz Molloy (eds) ‘A Practical Guide for Learning and Teaching in a Clinical Context’ Elsevier Australia.

Billett, S., Harteis, C, & Gruber, H. (2018) Developing occupational expertise through everyday work activities and interactions, in Ericsson, K A., Hoffman, R R., and Kozbelt, Aaron (eds) Cambridge Handbook of Expertise and Expert Performance (2ndEdition), (pp. 105-126) Cambridge University Press, New York  ISBN9781316502617

Billett, S (2018) Student readiness and the integration of experiences in practice and education settings, in Choy, S., Warvik, G-B., Berglund, I & Kindberg, V (eds) Integration of vocational education and training experiences: Purposes, practices and principles, (pp. 9-40). Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands

Billett, S., Warvik, G-B & Choy, S. (2018). Concepts, Purposes and Practices of Integration Across National Curriculum, in Choy, S., Warvik, G-B., Berglund, I & Kindberg, V (eds) Integration of vocational education and training experiences: Purposes, practices and principles, (pp. 327-344) Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherland

Billett, S (2018) Accessing and securing conceptual and symbolic knowledge required for digital era work in Harteis, C (Ed) The impact of digitization in the workplace – An educational view (pp.197-212), Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

Billett S. (2018) The Unanticipated Outcomes of Research: Learning and Development at Work. In: Wegener C., Meier N., Maslo E. (eds) Cultivating Creativity in Methodology and Research(pp.119-130). Palgrave Studies in Creativity and Culture. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham

Palesy, D. & Billett, S (2017) Learning occupational practice in the absence of expert guidance: The agentic action of Australian home care workers, in Agency at work: An agentic perspective on professional learning and development (eds Goller, M & Paloniemi, S) (pp. 271-289)-Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

Billett, S & Noble, C (2017) Promoting the mediation of individuals’ learning through and for professional practice in Agency at work: An agentic perspective on professional learning and development (eds Goller, M & Paloniemi, S) (pp.205-227) the Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands (accepted 14th February 2017).

Billett, S (2017) Subjectivity and Human Resource Development: A quest for inter-subjectivity, in (Black, K.,Corlett, S & Warhurst, R (eds) Identity as a foundation for Human Resource Development (pp. 39-51), Routledge, London, ISBN: 9781315671482

Barton, G and Billett, S (2017) Personal epistemologies and disciplinarity in the workplace: Implications for international students in higher education, in Barton, G and Hartwig, K(eds)  Professional Learning in the Work Place for International Students(pp. 111-128), Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands

Noble, C & Billett, S (2017) Transitioning to effective medical practice: Junior doctors learning throughco-working with pharmacists, Pekarek Doehler, S., Bangerter, A., de Weck, G.,Filliettaz, L., González-Martínez, E & Petitjean, C (eds) Interactional competences in institutional settings: From school to the workplace (pp.253-279) Palgrave-McMillan, London, ISBN:978-3-319-46866-2

Billett, S (2017) Personal epistemologies: Beliefs, acts and dispositions at work, in “Wissen und Lernen. Wie epistemische Überzeugungen Schule, Universität und Arbeitsweltbeeinflussen, (eds)  Bernholt, A., Gruber, H., & Moschner, B, Waxmann Publisher, Germany ISBN 978-3-8309-8579-2

de Bruijn, E., Billett, S, & Onstenk, J (2017) Vocational education in the Netherlands, in de Bruijn, E., Billett, S & Onstenk, J(eds) Enhancing teaching and learning in the Dutch vocational education system: Reforms enacted (pp.3-37) Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. ISBN 978-3-319-50732-3.

Billett, S (2017) The Dutch vocational education system: Institutional focus and transformations, in de Bruijn, E., Billett, S & Onstenk, J (eds) Enhancing teaching and learning in the Dutch vocational education system: Reforms enacted (pp.269-293) Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. ISBN 978-3-319-50732-3.

Billett, S (2017) Developing domains of occupational competence: Workplaces and learner agency in Mulder, M. (Ed.) Competence-based Vocational and Professional Education: Bridging the Worlds of Work and Education (47-66). Cham: Springer International Publishing Switzerland.

Billett, S., Dymock, D & Choy, S (2016) Conceptions, purposes and processes of ongoing learning across working life, in Billett, S., Dymock, D. & Choy, S (eds). (pp.289-312) Supporting learning across working life: Models, processes and practices. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-3-319-29017-1

Billett, S (2016) Aprendizajemimetico mediante actividades e interacciones cotdianas en el trabajo in Gairin, J (Ed) Aprendizaje situado y aprendizaje conectado: Implicaciones parael trabajo (pp.29-46), Wolters Kluwer. ISBN 978-84-9987-175-2

Noble, C & Billett, S (2016) Sustaining and transforming the practice of communities: Developing professionals’ working practices, in Billett, S., Dymock, D. & Choy, S(eds). (pp. 147-167)Supporting learning across working life: Models, processes and practices. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-3-319-29017-1

Choy, S., Billett, S & Dymock, D (2016) Continuing Education and Training: Needs, models and approaches, in Billett, S., Dymock, D. & Choy, S (eds). (pp. 213-229) Supporting learning across working life: Models, processes and practices. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-3-319-29017-1

Billett, S & Hodge, S (2016) Conceptualizing learning across working life, provisions of support and purposes, in Billett, S., Dymock, D. & Choy, S (eds). (pp. 3-25) Supporting learning across working life: Models, processes and practices. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-3-319-29017-1

Billett, S (2016) Learning through writing: Mimetic processes in action, in Writing for professional development, Betrancourt, M., Ortoleva. G & Billett, S (Eds) (pp.12-30) Koninklijke Brill nv, Leiden, The Netherlands (accepted May 12 2015) ISBN 978-90-04-26482-3

Betrancourt, M., Ortoleva. G &Billett, S (2016) in Writing for professional development, Betrancourt, M., Ortoleva. G & Billett, S (Eds) (pp. 1-11) Koninklijke Brill nv, Leiden,The Netherlands ISBN 978-90-04-26482-3

Billett, S (2015) Positioning personal mediation as being central to workplace learning. In Bound, H & Rushbrook, P (Eds) Towards a new understanding of workplace learning: The context of Singapore (pp.54-73) Institute for Adult Learning, Singapore ISBN978-981-09-5315.

Billett, S (2015) Historical bases for appraising vocational education systems. In Kraus, M & Weil, K (eds) Berufs Bildung – Historisch – Aktuell, (pp.259-265) – International EUSL publishing, ISBN 978-3-940625-53-3

Billett, S., Smith, R., & Wegener, C. (2015). Understanding learning for and through work: Contributions from Francophone perspectives, In L. Filliettaz & S. Billett (Eds.), Francophone perspectives on learning through work: Conceptions, traditions and practices.(pp.347-365) Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. ISBN 9783319186696

Filliettaz, L., & Billett, S. (2015). (pp. 1-16) Introduction to Francophone perspectives of learning through work, In L. Filliettaz & S. Billett (Ed.), Francophone perspectives on learning through work: Conceptions, traditions and practices. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. ISBN 9783319186696

Filliettaz, L. Billett, S., Bourgeois, E., Durand, M., & Poizat, G. (2015). Conceptualising and connecting Francophone perspectives on learning through and for practice. In L. Filliettaz & S. Billett (Ed.), Francophone perspectives on learning through work: Conceptions, traditions and practices.(pp.19-47) Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. ISBN 9783319186696

Billett, S (2016) Promoting learning through work-based experience: Mimetic learning in action, in Helyer, R (Ed) The Work-Based Learning Student Handbook, Palgrave-McMillan, Oxford, UK, ISBN 9781137 403247

Billett, S & Sweet, L (2015) Understanding and appraising healthcare students’ learning through workplace experiences: Participatory practices at work, in Eds Cleland, J & Durning, S Researching Medical Education, (pp.117-127) Wiley, Oxford, UK ISBN978-1-118-83920

Kennedy, M., Billett, S., Gherardi, S. & Grealish, L (2015) Practice-based learning in higher education:Jostling cultures, in Practice-based learning in higher education: Jostling cultures (eds Kennedy, M., Billett, S., Gherardi, S. & Grealish, L.) (pp.1-14). Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-94-017-9501-2

Billett, S (2015) The practices of using and integrating practice-based learning in higher education, in Practice-based learning in higher education: Jostling cultures (eds Kennedy, M., Billett, S., Gherardi, S. & Grealish, L.) (pp. 15-30). Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-94-017-9501-2

Billett, S (2014) Technical and vocational learning. In The Routledge Companion to Human Resource Development, (Eds. Poell R F, Tonette Rocco, T & Roth, G), (pp.30-39). Routledge, London

Billett, S (2014) Interdependence on the boundaries between working and learning, in Harteis, C., Rausch, A. & Seifreid, J (Eds), Discourses on professional learning: On the boundary between learning and working, (pp. 369-386) Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-94-007-7011-9

Goller, M & Billett, S (2014) Agentic behaviour at work: Crafting learning experiences, in Harteis, C., Rausch, A. & Seifried, J (Eds.) Discourses on Professional Learning: On the Boundary between Learning and Working, (pp. 25-43) Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-94-007-7011-9

Cleland, J., Leaman, J & Billett, S (2014) Developing medical capacities and dispositions through practice-based experiences, in Harteis, C., Rausch, A. & Seifried, J (Eds.) Discourses on Professional Learning: On the Boundary between Learning and Working, (pp. 211-229) Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN978-94-007-7011-9

Billett, S (2014) Mediating learning at work: Personal mediations of social and brute facts in Harteis, C., Rausch,A. & Seifried, J (Eds.) Discourses on Professional Learning: On the Boundary between Learning and Working, (pp. 75-93) Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-94-007-7011-9

Billett, S (2014) Workplace Learning in D Lipari and S Pastore (eds) Nouve parole della formazione, Palinesto, Rome(pp. 287-295) ISBN 9788896416327

Billett, S., Bound, H & Lin, M(2014) Recognising and certifying workers’ knowledge: Policies, frameworks and practices in prospect. in Halttunen, T., Koivisto, M & Billett, S (eds) Promoting,assessing, recognizing and certifying Lifelong Learning International perspectives and practices, (pp. 281-298) Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-94-017-8693-5

Billett, S (2014) Conceptualising lifelong learning in contemporary times, in Halttunen, T., Koivisto, M &Billett, S (eds) Promoting, assessing, recognizing and certifying Lifelong Learning International perspectives and practices (pp. 19-36), Springer,Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-94-017-8693-5

Halttunen, T., Koivisto, M & Billett, S (2014) Promoting and recognising lifelong learning, in Halttunen, T., Koivisto, M & Billett, S (Eds) Promoting, assessing, recognizing and certifying Lifelong Learning International perspectives and practices,(pp. 3-17) Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-94-017-8693-5

Billett, S (2014) Mimetic learning at work: Learning through and across professional working lives in Section 3, International Handbook of Research in Professional and Practice-based Learning (887-909) (Eds) Billett, S., Harteis, C & Gruber, H. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. ISBN 978-94-017-8901-1

Tikkanen, T & Billett, S (2014) Older professionals, learning and practice in Section 3, International Handbook of Research in Professional and Practice-based Learning (pp.1125-1159) (Eds.) Billett, S., Harteis, C & Gruber, H. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-94-017-8901-1

Billett, S & Choy, S (2014)Integrating professional learning experiences across university and practicesettings, in Section 4, International Handbook of Research in Professionaland Practice-based Learning (pp.485-511) (Eds.) Billett, S., Harteis, C &Gruber, H. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-94-017-8901-1

Billett, S & Smith, R (2014) Learning in the circumstances of professional practice, in Section 4, International Handbook of Research in Professional and Practice-based Learning (pp.733-757) (Eds) Billett, S., Harteis,. C & Gruber, H. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-94-017-8901-1

Billett, S (2014) Mimetic learning in the circumstances of professional practice, in, Technology-enhanced Professional Learning: Processes, Practices and Tools (Eds) Littlejohn, A & Margaryan, A, (pp.85-96) Routledge, London, ISBN 978‐0‐415‐85409‐2

Billett, S., & Searle, J (2013) Mature age students’ successful transition into higher education: Factors and interdependencies in Transitions in Research in Vocational Education vol 2, (Eds) Seifried, J & Wuttke, E) (accepted November 20 2012) (pp. 263-282) Opladen, Berlin, Farmington Hills: Budrich publisher, ISBN 978-3-8474-0017-2

Billett, S (2013) Learning through practice: beyond informal and towards a framework for learning through practice. Revisiting global trends in TVET: reflections on theory and practice. Bonn: UNESCO-UNEVOC (pp.123-162) 978-92-95071-57-5

Billett, S (2012) Practice-based learning and professional education: pursuing quality and sustainability, in Higgs, J., Barnett, R., Billett, S., Hutchings, M & Trede, F.(eds) Practice-based Education: Perspectives and Strategies (pp. 101-112), Sense Publishing, BV, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 978-94-6209-126-9

Billett, S & Choy, S (2012) Emerging perspectives of and challenges for workplace learning. In Higgs, J., Barnett, R., Billett, S., Hutchings, M & Trede, F.(eds) Practice-based Education: Perspectives and Strategies (pp. 145-160), Sense Publishing, BV, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 978-94-6209-126-9

Billett, S & Johnson, G (2012) The experience of school transitions: Practice and policies, in Billett, S., Johnson, G., Thomas, S., Sim, C., Hay, S & Ryan, J (eds.) (2012) Experiences of school transitions: Policies, practice and participants (pp. 3-22). Springer; Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-94-007-4197-3

Ryan, J., Johnson, G & Billett, S. (2012) Researching transition experiences in Australian senior schooling, in Billett, S., Johnson, G., Thomas, S., Sim, C., Hay, S & Ryan, J (eds.) Experiences of school transitions: Policies, practice and participants (pp.165-178) Springer; Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-94-007-4197-3

Johnson, G & Billett, S (2012) A critical focus on family-school-community partnerships: St Judes College Secondary College Transition program for ‘At Risk’ kids, in Billett, S., Johnson, G., Thomas, S., Sim, C., Hay, S & Ryan, J (eds.) Experiences of school transitions: Policies, practice and participants (pp. 219-234) Springer; Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-94-007-4197-3

Beltermann, E., Ryan, J., & Billett, S. (2012) The impact of interrupted schooling: Recent School leavers’ accounts of transitions, in Billett, S., Johnson, G., Thomas, S., Sim, C., Hay, S & Ryan, J (eds.) (2012) Experiences of school transitions: Policies, practice and participants (pp. 235-250) Springer; Dordrecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-94-007-4197-3

Billett, S (2012) Errors and learning from errors at work in Bauer, J & Harteis, C (eds) Human Fallibility: The Ambiguity of Errors for Work and Learning, (pp. 17-32) Springer, Dodrecht. ISBN 978-90-481-3940-8

Billett, S (2012) Learning at the site of work, in P Jarvis (ed), The Routledge International Handbook on Learning, Routledge, (pp.228-236) London ISBN – 978-04-155-89529.

Billett, S (2012) Authenticity in learning activities and settings, in Seel, N M (ed) Encyclopaedia of the Sciences of Learning. Chapter 33 Part 1 (pp. 388-391) Springer, Dodrecht ISBN 978-1-4419-1427-9

Billett, S (2012) Workplace learning, in Seel, N M (ed) Encyclopaedia of the Sciences of Learning. Chapter 78 Part 23, (pp.3477-3480) Springer, Dodrecht, ISBN 978-1-4419-1427-9

Billett, S (2012) Guided learning, in Seel, N M (ed) Encyclopaedia of the Sciences of Learning. Part 7, Chapter 34, (pp.1403-1406) Springer, Dodrecht, ISBN 978-1-4419-1427-9

Billett, S (2012) Lifelong and worklife learning, in Seel, N M (ed) Encyclopaedia of the Sciences of Learning. Part 12, Chapter 79, (pp. 2046-2049) Springer, Dodrecht, ISBN 978-1-4419-1427-9

Billett, S (2012) Explaining innovation at work: A socio-personal account, in Pederson, S. H et al, Employee-driven innovation: A new approach. Palgrave-MacMillan, (pp. 92-107), United Kingdom; ISBN 978-0-230-27862-2

Billett, S (2012) Vocational education and training, culture and self: Dominant interests, diverse traditions and globalised time, in S. Stolz & P. Gonon (ed) Challenges and Reforms in Vocational Education -Aspects of Inclusion and Exclusion. (pp. 53-72) Peter Laing, Berne. ISBN978-3-0343-1068-0

Billett, S (2011) Workplace curriculum: practice and propositions, in F. Dorchy, D Gijbels Theories of Learning for the Workplace, Routledge, London (pp.17-36) ISBN 978-0-415-61894-6

Billett, S (2011) Older workers, employability and tertiary education and training, in Griffin, T & Beddie, F (eds) Older workers: Research readings, National Centre for Vocational Education Research, Adelaide ISBN – 978 1 921955 48 8

Billett, S & Choy, S (2011) Cooperative and Work-integrated Education as a Pedagogy for Lifelong Learning in R.K. Coll & K.E. Zegwaard (eds.), International Handbook for Cooperative & Work-integrated Education (2nd ed. pp. 23- 28). World Association for Cooperative Education Inc.

Newton, J., Billett, S., Jolly, B., & Ockerby, C. (2011) Preparing nurses and engaging preceptors, in Billett, S and Henderson, A (eds) Developing Learning Professionals: Integrating experiences in university and practice settings (pp. 43-58). Springer, Dordrecht ISBN 978-90-481-3736-1

Billett, S, & Henderson, A (2011) Promoting professional learning: Integrating experiences in university and practice settings, in Billett, S and Henderson, A (eds) Developing Learning Professionals: Integrating experiences in university and practice settings (pp. 1-20) Springer, Dordrecht ISBN 978-90-481-3736-1

Billett, S, (2011) Integrating experiences in workplace and university settings: A conceptual perspective, in Billett, S and Henderson, A (eds) Developing Learning Professionals: Integrating experiences in university and practice settings (pp.21-40) Springer, Dordrecht ISBN 978-90-481-3736-1

Billett, S (2011) Learning vocational practice in relative social isolation: The epistemological and pedagogic practices of small business operators. In R Poell & M Van Woerkom (eds) Supporting Workplace Learning, Springer Academic Publication, Dordecht, The Netherlands (pp.147-164), ISBN 978-90-481-9108-6

Billett, S (2011) Subjectivity, self and personal agency in learning through and for work, in Malloch, M Cairns, L. Evans, K & O’Connor, B (eds) The International Handbook of Workplace Learning. Sage, London (pp. 60-72) ISBN 978-1-84787-589-1

Collin, K. & Billett, S. 2010. Luovuus ja oppiminen työssä [Creativity and learning at work]. In K. Collin, S. Paloniemi, H. Rasku-Puttonen & P. Tynjälä (eds.) Luovuus, identiteetti ja Asiantuntijuus [Creativity, Identity and Expertise]. Helsinki: WSOYpro, (pp. 210-224).

Billett, S (2010) Emerging Perspectives of Work: Implications for university teaching and learning in Education for Future Practice (Ed Joy Higgs) Sense Publishing, BV, Rotterdam, The Netherlands (pp.97-112) ISBN 978-94-6091-318-1

Billett, S (2010) Learning through practice, in S. Billett (ed) Learning through practice: Models, traditions, orientations and approaches (pp. 1-20), Springer, Dodrecht ISBN 978-90-481-3938-5

Billett, S (2010) The Practices of Learning through Occupations, in S.Billett (ed) Learning through practice: Models, traditions, orientations and approaches (pp. 59-81), Springer, Dodrecht ISBN 978-90-481-3938-5

Billett, S (2010) ‘Not just another survey’: Reflections on researchers’ working and learning through investigating work and lifelong learning (pp 222-333). In D. Livingstone (ed) Lifelong and Lifewide Learning. Routledge, London ISBN 978–0–415–56564–6

Billett S (2010), Workplace Learning Frameworks. In: Penelope Peterson, Eva Baker, Barry McGaw, (Editors), International Encyclopaedia of Education. vol 1, pp. 58-63. Oxford: Elsevier. ISBN 9780080448930

Billett, S (2010) Learning in and for working life: A relational interdependence between personal and social agency In M Van Woerkom & R Poell (eds) Understanding learning in the workplace: Concepts, measurement and application (pp. 11-25) Routledge, London ISBN 13:978-0-415 48262

Billett, S & Newton, J (2010) Learning practice: Conceptualising professional lifelong learning for the healthcare sector, in N Frost, M Zukas, H Bradbury & S Kilminster (eds) Beyond reflective practice: New Approaches to Professional Lifelong Learning (pp. 52-65). Routledge, London

Billett, S (2009) Workplace participatory practices: The dualities constituting learning through work, In Filliettaz, L & Duran, M – Presses Universitaires de France

Billett, S (2009) Workplace Competence, in Velde, C (ed) Competence in the Workplace: Implications for Research, Policy and Practice (pp. 33-54) Springer Academic Publication, Dordecht, The Netherlands ISBN: 978-1-4020-8753-0

Billett S (2009) Changing conceptions of work and work practice in R. McClean & D N Wilson & C Chinien (eds.) International Handbook on Education for the World of Work, (pp. 175-187) Springer Academic Publication, Dordecht, The Netherlands ISBN: 978-1-4020-5280-4

Billett S (2009) Integrating contributions of workplace and college experiences in developing vocational knowledge In R McClean, D N Wilson & C Chinien (eds) International Handbook on Education for the World of Work, (pp.1711-1723)- Springer Academic Publication, Dordecht, The Netherlands ISBN: 978-1-4020-5280-4

Billett S (2009) Transforming Teachers’ Practice Through Action Learning in R McClean & D N Wilson & C Chinien (eds) International Handbook on Education for the World of Work, (pp.1333-1349) Springer Academic Publication, Dordecht, The Netherlands. ISBN: 978-1-4020-5280-4

Billett S (2009) The Technical, Vocational Education and Training Profession, In R McClean, D N Wilson & C Chinien (eds) International Handbook on Education for the World of Work, (pp. 1174-1184) Springer Academic Publication, Dordecht, The Netherlands ISBN: 978-1-4020-5280-4

Vähäsantanen, K & Billett S (2008) Negotiating professional identity: vocational teachers’ personal strategies in a reform context, In S Billett, C Harteis & A Eteläpelto,  (eds) Emerging perspectives of learning through work. (pp 35-49) Sense Publishing, BV, Rotterdam, The Netherlands ISBN 978-90-8790-643-6

Billett, S (2008) Emerging perspectives on workplace learning, In S. Billett, C. Harteis & A. Eteläpelto, (eds) Emerging perspectives of learning through work. (pp.1-16) Sense Publishing, BV, Rotterdam, The Netherlands ISBN 978-90-8790-643-6

Billett, S, Barker M & Smith, R (2008) Relational interdependence as means to examine work, learning and the remaking of cultural practices in Wim J. Nijhof & Loek F.M. Nieuwenhuis (eds). The learning potential of the workplace Sense Publishers (pp 99 -116): Dordecht, The Netherlands. ISBN 978-90-8790-370-1

Billett S (2008) Rich vocational learning: Effectively utilising workplace settings and integrating them with intentional educational experiences, in Athanasou, J (ed) Adult Education and Training (pp.175-186)., David Barlow Publishing, Sydney NSW

Billett, S (2008) Constituting the Workplace Curriculum. In P.C. Murphy & R. McCormack (eds) Knowledge and Practice: Presentations and Identities. (pp. 61-73) Sage Publications Ltd-Open University, London, ISBN 978-1-8478-7369

Billett, S (2008) Participation and learning in turbulent times: Negotiations between the community and the personal, in K Church, N Bascia & E Shragge (eds) Out of Bounds: Participatory Practices for Learning through Community (pp 21-36). Springer Academic Publication, Dordecht, The Netherlands. ISBN 978-1-4020-6653-5

Billett, S (2007) Including the missing subject: Placing the personal within the community, in Hughes, J Jewson, N & Unwin, L (eds) Communities of practice: Critical perspectives (55-67), Routledge: London 10:0-415-3674-4

Billett, S (2007) Negotiating self through changing work. In T. Fenwick and L. Farrell Educating the Global Workforce: knowledge, knowledge work and knowledge workers (pp. 189-199), Routledge: London. ISBN 10 0-415 41603 -5

Billett, S (2007) Exercising self through working life: Learning, work and identity In A Brown, S Kirpal & F. Raumer (Eds) Identities at work (pp.183-210). Springer, Dordecht, The Netherlands – ISBN 1–4020 –4988-9

Billett S (2006) Work, Subjectivity and Learning In S Billett, T. Fenwick and M. Somerville (eds) Work, Subjectivity and Learning. (pp. 1-19), Springer Academic Publication, Dordecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-1-4020-5359-7

Billett S and Smith R (2006) Personal agency and epistemology at work In S Billett, T. Fenwick and M. Somerville (eds) Work, Subjectivity and Learning (pp. 141-156). Springer Academic Publication, Dordecht, The Netherlands ISBN 978-1-4020-5359-7

Billett S (2006) Learning at work: Organisational readiness and individual engagement In G Castleton, R. Gerber, & H Pillay (Eds.) Improving Workplace Learning: Emerging International Perspectives (pp. 3-20). Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge NY ISBN 1-59454 566 9

Billett S & van Woerkom, M (2006) Older workers and learning through work. In T Tikkanen (ed) Older workers and lifelong learning (pp. 177-189). CEDEFOP, Thessalonica

Billett S (2005) Being competent: the relational interdependence between individual and social agency in working life. In Gruber, H., Harteis, C., Mulder, R., & Rehrl, M. (Eds.). Bridging individual, organisational, and cultural perspectives on professional learning (pp.113-132). Regensburg: Germany Roderer. ISBN 3-89783-487-1

Billett S (2005) Recognition of learning through work In the International Handbook of Educational Policy Editors: N Bascia, A Cumming, A Datnow, K Leithwood and D Livingstone (pp.943-962). Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands

Smith, A & Billett S (2005) Getting employers to spend more on training:  lessons from overseas. In K. Ball (Ed) Funding and Financing Vocational Education and Training: Research Readings (pp. 98-118) NCVER, Adelaide

Billett S (2004) Learning in the workplace: Reappraisals and reconceptions. In G Hayward and S James (eds) Skills, Knowledge and Organisational Performance (pp.149-170) Policy Press, Bristol

Billett S (2004) Learning through work: Workplace participatory practices. In H. Rainbow, A Fuller and A Munroe, Workplace learning in context, (pp.109-125) Routledge, London (ISBN 415-31630-8)

Billett S (2003) Guiding vocational learning. In J. Stevenson (ed.) Developing vocational expertise (pp. 226 – 246) Allen & Unwin, Sydney

Billett S (2002) Workplaces, communities and pedagogies: An activity theory view. In M R Lea & K Nicholl (eds.) Distributed Learning: Social and cultural approaches to practice. (pp.83-97) Routledge-Falmer, London.

Billett S (2001) Coparticipation at work: Affordance and engagement. In T Fenwick (ed.) Sociocultural perspectives on learning through work. New Directions in Adult and Continuing Education Volume 92. San Francisco: Jossey Bass/Wiley. ISBN 0 7879 5776 3

Billett S (2001) Vocational educators: Understanding practice at work. In C. Velde (ed.) International Perspectives on Competence in the Workplace: Research Policy and Practice (pp41-64) Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordecht, The Netherlands

Billett S (2000) Performance at work: Identifying the smart workforce. In R Gerber & C Lankshear (eds) Training for a smart workforce (pp. 123-150). London, Routledge, ISBN 0-415-19552-7

Billett S (1999) Guided learning in the workplace In D Boud & J Garrick (eds) Understanding Learning at Work London: Routledge

Billett S & Rose J (1999) Securing conceptual knowledge in the workplace. In P Murphy (ed.) Learners, Learning and Assessment. Sage Publications: London (pp.329-344).

Falk I, Sefton R & Billett S (1999) What does research tell us about developing a training culture? In C Robinson & K Arthy (eds) Lifelong learning: Developing a training culture. Adelaide, NCVER ISBN 0 87397 5200

Billett S & Beven F (1999) Introduction In Billett S, McKavanagh C, Beven F, Angus L, Seddon T, Gough J, Hayes S & Robertson I. (1999) The CBT Decade: Teaching for Flexibility and Adaptability (pp. 1-14). Adelaide, NCVER ISBN 0 87397 563 4

Billett S & Hayes S (1999) Reform, changes and transformation: A commentary on the implementation and evolution of CBT. In Billett S, McKavanagh C, Beven F, Angus L, Seddon T, Gough J, Hayes S & Robertson I. (1999) The CBT Decade: Teaching for Flexibility and Adaptability. (pp. 15-34) Adelaide, NCVER ISBN 0 87397 563 4

Billett S (1999) CBT as a model of curriculum development. In Billett S, McKavanagh C, Beven F, Angus L, Seddon T, Gough J, Hayes S & Robertson I. (1999) The CBT Decade: Teaching for Flexibility and Adaptability (pp. 48-88). Adelaide, NCVER ISBN 0 87397 563 4

Billett S (1998) Understanding workplace learning: Cognitive and sociocultural perspectives. In D. Boud (ed) Current Research and New Agendas in Workplace Learning (pp.47-68). Adelaide: NCVER ISBN 0 87397 470 0

Billett S (1998) Returns to enterprises from investment in vocational education and training. In C Robinson and P. Thompson (eds) Readings in Australian Vocational Education and Training Research. (pp.57-90). Adelaide: NCVER. ISBN 0 87397 458 1

Billett S (1998) Professional development through everyday workplace activities, Work as professional development (pp. 11 – 23). Queensland Board of Teacher Registration. Brisbane, ISBN 0 7242 8048 0.

Billett S (1998) Returns to investment from VET. In C. Robinson and R Kenyon (eds) The Market for Vocational Education and Training. (pp 222-234). Adelaide: NCVER ISBN 0 87397 461 1

Billett S (1996) Action Research. In R. Funnel (Ed). A Handbook for Research in Adult and Vocational Education (pp. 151-162). Adelaide: NCVER

Billett S & Rose J (1996) Developing conceptual knowledge in the workplace. In J. C. Stevenson (Ed) Learning in the workplace: the Hospitality industry. Centre for Skill Formation Research and Development, Griffith University: Brisbane, Australia.

Billett S (1996) Transforming teachers’ practice through action learning, In Paul Oliver (Ed). The Management of Educational Change: a case study approach. (pp.59-82) Aldershot, Hants, UK: Ashgate Publishers.

Billett S (1994) Authenticity in workplace learning settings, In J. C. Stevenson (Ed) Cognition at work: the development of vocational expertise. (pp. 36-75) Adelaide: NCVER.

Papers in Refereed Journals

Aase, K,. Veslemøy, G., Billett, S., Sollid, S. Njå, O., Røise, O., Manser, T., Anderson, Wiig, S (2020 in press) Resilience in Healthcare (RiH) – A Longitudinal Research Program Protocol BMJ Open (accepted 2nd October)

Billett, S & Dymock, D (2020 in press), Educating Australian adults in an era of social and economic change, Australian Journal of Adult Learning. (accepted 3rd September)

Billett, S & Noble, C (2020 in press) Utilizing pedagogically rich work activities to promote professional learning, Éducation & Didactique14 (3) (accepted 8th September)

Laugaland, K., Thorsen Gonzalez, M., McCormack, B., Skovdahl,K., Slettebø, A., Billett, S, Akerjordet, K (2020) Improving quality in clinical placement studies in nursing homes (QUALinCLINstud): the study protocol of a participatory mixed methods multiple case study design, BMJ Open (accepted 29th September)

Billett, S (2020) Learning about working life and occupational capacities: Integrating workplace experiences into educational programs, in Zeitschrift für Berufs- und Wirtschaftspädagogik special issue on Connectivity and integrative competence development in vocational and professional education and training (accepted March 20th 2018) pp.55-75

Choy, S., Dymock, D., Le, A. H., Billett, S. (2020 in press). Understanding student decision-making about VET as a pathway: An Australian study. International Journal of Training Research pp. 270-296.

Tavares, W., Rowland, P., Dagnone, D., McEwen, L. Billett, S., & Sibbald, M (2020) Translating Outcome Frameworks to Assessment Programs in Medical Education 54 (10) 932-942 doi.org/10.1111/medu.14287

Ajjawi, R., Noble, C., Hilder, J., Teodorczuk, A & Billett, S (2020) Using video-reflexive ethnography to understand complexity and change practice, in Medical Education (published 54 (10) 908-914 https://doi.org/10.1111/medu.14156

Wiig, S., Aase, K., Billett, S., Canfield, C., Røise, O., Njå, O., . . . Macrae, C. (2020). Defining the boundaries and operational concepts of resilience in the Resilience in Healthcare Research Program BMC Health Services Research 20:330 https://doi.org/10.1186/s12913-020-05224-3

Billett, S (2020) Perspectives on enhancing the standing of vocational education and the occupations it serves special issue introduction -Standing of vocational education and training, Journal of Vocational Education and Training 72 (2) 161-169 doi.org/10.1080/13636820.2020.1749483

Billett, S., Choy, S. & Hodge, S (2020) Enhancing the standing of vocational education and the occupations it serves: Australia. Journal of Vocational Education and Training 72(2) 270-296.

Grealish, L., Armit, L., Shaw, J., Frommolt, V., Mitchell, C., Mitchell, M., van de Mortel, T., & Billett, S. (2019) Learning through structured peer discussion: an observational study. Nurse Education Today. Accepted for publication 15 August 2019.

Noble, C., Billett, S., Armit, L., Collier, L., Hilder, J., Sly, C & Molloy, E. (in press 2019)“It’s yours to take”: generating learner feedback literacy in the workplace. Advanced in Healthcare Sciences, (accepted 28th July 2019)

Noble, C., Ajjawi, R., Billett, S., Hilder, J & Teodorczuk, A (in press 2019) Enriching medical trainees’ learning through practice:  a video-reflexive ethnographic study, BMJ Open. (accepted 24th July 2919)

Mavin, T., Kikkawa, K & Billett, S (2018). Key contributing factors to learning through debriefings: Commercial aviation pilots’ perspectives. International Journal of Training Research, vol 16 9 (2) 122-144.

Teodorczuk, A., Ajjawi, R., Billett, S., Hilder, J & Noble, C (2018), The service/teaching tension: a window into the soul of a hospital, Medical Education 52(6) 678-678

Noble, C., Billett, S., Phang, T. Y., Siddarth, S., Hashem, F. & Rogers, G., D. (2018), Supporting resident research learning in the workplace:  a rapid realist review, Academic Medicine. 93 (11), pp. 1732-1740.

Billett, S (2018 in press) Learning about working life and occupational capacities: Integrating workplace experiences into educational programs, in Zeitschrift für Berufs- undWirtschaftspädagogik special issue on Connectivity and integrative competence development in vocational and professional education and training (accepted March 20th 2018)

Teodorczuk, A., Yardley, S., Pate, R., Rogers, G., Billett, S., Worley, P., Hirsh, D., & Illing, J (2018, in press) Medical education research should extend further into clinical practice– A commentary Medical Education, 51, 1098-1100. doi:10.1111/medu.13527

Billett, S., Cain, M. & Le, A H (2018) Augmenting higher education students’ work experiences: Preferred purposes and processes, Studies in Higher Education Vol 43(7) 1279-1294. doi.org/10.1080/03075079.2016.1250073

Billett, S. , Pham Quang, L. & Rémery, V. (2017). Learning through work: Interest, perspectives andapproaches. Recherche & formation, no 84,(1), 113-121. https://www.cairn.info/revue-recherche-et-formation-2017-1-page-113.htm

Billett, S (2017) Distinguishing lifelong learning from lifelong education. In Adult learning, knowledge and innovation, (accepted 2nd October 2017)  DOI: 10.1556/2059.01.2017.3

Teodorczuk, A & Billett, S (2017) Mediating workplace situational pressures: The role of artefacts in promoting effective interprofessional work and learning. In Focus on Health Professional Education, 18(3) 80-91

Onsando, G & Billett, S (2017) Refugee immigrants’ experiences of racism and racial discrimination at Australian TAFE institutes: a transformative psychosocial approach, Journal of Vocational Education and Training  69 (3) 330-350.

Noble, C., Billett, S., Brazil, V, & Forbes, M (2017) Developing junior doctors’ prescribing practices through collaborative practice: Sustaining and transforming the practice of communities. Journal of Interprofessional Care 31(2): 263-272

Noble, C & Billett, S (2017) Learning to prescribe through co-working: the case of junior doctors and pharmacists, Medical Education Apr; 51(4):442-451

Billett, S. (2016) Beyond competence: an essay on a process approach to organising and enacting vocational education, International Journal of Training Research 14 (3)197-214

Palesy, D & Billett, S (2016) Learning manual handling without direct supervision or support: A case study of home care workers, Social Work Education, 1-16 (accepted Jul 26 2016)

Billett, S (2016) Apprenticeship as a mode of learning and model of education, Education & Training, 58(6) 613-628

Billett, S (2016 ) Learning through healthcare work: Premises, contributions and practices, Medical Education, 50(1):124-31

Billett, S (2015) Work, discretion and learning: Processes of learning and development at work, International Journal of Training Research 13 (3): 214-230

Billett, S (2015) Readiness and learning in healthcare education, Clinical Teacher,  12: 1–6

Harteis, C., Billett, S., Goller,M., Rausch, A & Seifried, J (2015) Effects of age, gender, and occupation on perceived workplace learning support. International Journal of Training Research, 13 (1) 64-81.

Mallett, C J., Rynne, S., &Billett, S (2014) Valued learning experiences of early career and experienced high performance coaches, in Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy 21(1), 89–104

Billett, S (2014) Mimesis: learning through everyday activities and interactions at work, Human Resource Development Review 13 (4) 462-482

Billett, S (2014) Learning in the circumstances of practice, International Journal of Lifelong Education33 (5) 674-693

Klotz, V. Billett, S and Winther, E (2014) Promoting workforce excellence: Formation and relevance of vocational identity for vocational educational training, Empirical Research in Vocational Education and Training 6: 6 doi:10.1186/s40461-014-0006-0

Billett, S (2014) Integrating learning experiences across tertiary education and practice settings: Asocio-personal account, Educational Research Review, 12C, pp. 1-13

Billett, S (2014) The standing of vocational education: Sources of its societal esteem and implications for its enactment. Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 66 (1) 1-21

ten Cate, Th. J & Billett, S (2014) Competency-Based Medical Education: Origins, Perspectives and Potentialities, Medical Education, 48, 325-332.

Billett, S (2014) Securing intersubjectivity through interprofessional workplace learning experiences, Journal of Interprofessional Care 28(3) 206-11

Billett, S (2013) Recasting transfer as a socio-personal process of adaptable learning, Educational Research Review 8, 5-13

Harteis, C & Billett, S (2013) Intuitive expertise: Theories and empirical evidence, Educational Research Review 9, 145-157

Billett, S & Choy, S (2013) Learning at working: Emerging perspectives and new challenges, Journal of Workplace Learning, 25 (4) 264 – 276

Billett, S (2013) Towards a mature provision of vocational education, in International Journal of Training Research 11 (2) 184-194

Richards, J, Sweet, L & Billett, S (2013) Preparing medical students as agentic learners through enhancing student engagement in clinical education, Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education, 14(4), 251-263

Martin, G., Dymock, D., Billett, S & Johnson, G (2013) In the name of meritocracy: Managers’ perceptions of policies and practices for training older workers, Ageing & Society(accepted 29th November)

Johnson, G., Billett, S., Dymock, D & Martin, G. (2013) The discursive (re)positioning of older workers in Australian recruitment policy reform: An exemplary analysis of written and visual narratives, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion 32 (1) 4-21.

Choy, S, Billett, S and Kelly, A (2013) Engaging in continuing education and training: Learning preferences of worker-learners in the health and community services industry. Australian Journal of Adult learning. 53 (1) 68-89

Smith, R, Dymock, D & Billett, S (2013) Learning and training for sustained employability across working lives. International Journal of Continuing Education and Lifelong Learning. 5 (2) 85-102

Billett, S., Sweet, L., and Glover, P (2013) The curriculum and pedagogic properties of practice-based experiences: The case of midwifery students. Vocations and Learning: Studies in Professional and Vocational Education, 6 (2) 237-258.

Dymock, D., Billett, S., Klieve, H, Johnson, G & Martin, G (2012) Mature-age white-collar workers’ training and employability. International Journal of Lifelong Education 31 (2) 171-186

Billett, S (2011) Learning in the circumstances of work: the didactics of practice, Education and Didactique 5(2) 129-149

Billett, S (2011) Promoting lifelong employability for workforce aged over 45: Singaporean workers’ perspectives. International Journal of Continuing Education and Lifelong Learning, 3 (2) 57-73

Billett, S., Dymock, D, Johnson, G & Martin, G (2011) Last resort employees: Older workers’ perceptions of workplace discrimination, Human Resource Development International, 14 (4)375-389

Billett, S., Dymock, D, Johnson, G & Martin, G (2011) Overcoming the paradox of employers’ views about older workers, International Journal of Human Resource Development, 22 (6)1248-1261

Newton, J., Cross, W., White, K., Ockerby, C & Billett, S (2011) Outcomes of a clinical partnership model for undergraduate nursing students, Contemporary Nurse 39 (1) 129-137

Billett, S, Thomas, S., Sim, C., Johnson, G., Hay, S., & Ryan, J. (2010) Constructing productive post-school transitions: An analysis of Australian schooling policies, Journal of Education and Work, 23 (5) 471-489.

Dymock, D, & Billett, S, (2010) Skilling Australians: Lessons from World War II national workforce development programs, Australian Journal of Adult Learning 50 (3) 468-496

Myers, R., Billett, S., & Kelly, A (2010) Mature-aged workers’ learning needs and motivations for participation in training programs International Journal of Training Research (8)116-127

Billett, S., Newton, J & Ockerby, C (2010) Socio-personal premises for selecting and securing an occupation as vocation. Studies in the Education of Adults 42 (1) 47-62

Billett, S (2010) Lifelong learning and self: Work, subjectivity and learning. Studies in Continuing Education, 32 (1) 1-16.

Billett, S (2010) The perils of confusing lifelong learning with lifelong education. International Journal of Lifelong Education 29 (4) 401-413

Newton, J., Billett, S., Jolly, B & Ockerby, C. (2009) Lost in translation: Barriers to learning in health professional clinical education’ to Learning in Health and Social Care 8, 4, 315–327

Billett, S. (2009) Personal epistemologies, work and learning Educational Research Review 4, 210-219

Onsando, G & Billett, S (2009) African students from refugee backgrounds in Australian TAFE institutions: a case for transformative learning goals and processes. International Journal of Training Research 7 (2) 80-94

Billett, S (2009) Realising the educational worth of integrating work experiences in higher education, Studies in Higher Education, 34 (7) 827-843

Billett, S (2009) Conceptualizing learning experiences: Contributions and mediations of the social, personal and brute, Mind, Culture and Activity 16 (1) 32-47

Newton, J. Kelly, C., Kremser, K., Jolly, B. & Billett, S (2009) The motivations to nurse: an exploration of factors amongst undergraduate students, registered nurses and nurse managers, Journal of Nursing Management, 17 (3) 392-400

Newton, J. Billett, S & Ockerby, C (2009) Journeying through clinical placements – an examination of six student cases, Nursing Education Today 29 (6) 630-634

McAllister, M., Billett, S., Moyle, W., & Zimmer-Gembeck, M. (2009) Use of a think-aloud procedure to explore the relationship between clinical reasoning and solution-focused training in self-harm for emergency nurses. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 16 (2) 121-128

McAllister, M., Moyle, W., Billett, S., & Zimmer-Gembeck, M. (2009) “I can actually talk to them now”: Qualitative results of an educational intervention for emergency nurses caring for clients who self-harm. Journal of Clinical Nursing.18 (20) 2838-2845

Billett, S (2008) Learning through work: Exploring instances of relational interdependencies International Journal of Education Research, 47 (4)232-240

Harties, C & Billett, S (2008) The workplace as learning environment: Introduction. International Journal of Education Research 47 (4) 209-212

Billett S (2008) “Les pratiques participatives sur le lieu de travail: Apprentissage et remaniement des pratiques culturelles” Pratiques de Formation: Analyse, n° 54, Mai 2008 149-164

Billett, S (2008) Learning throughout working life: A relational interdependence between social and individual agency British Journal of Education Studies 55 (1) 39-58

Billett, S & van Woerkom, M (2008) Personal epistemologies and older workers International Journal of Lifelong Education 27 (3) 333-348

Billett, S (2008) Subjectivity, learning and work: Sources and legacies, Vocations and Learning: Studies in vocational and professional education. 1(2) 149-171

McAllister, M., Zimer-Gembeek, M, Moyle, W & Billett, S (2008) “Working effectively with clients who self-injure using a solution focused approach. International Emergency Nursing 16(4) 272-279

Billett, S, Ovens, C., Clemans, A & Seddon, T (2007) Collaborative working and contested practices: Forming, developing and sustaining social partnerships in education. Journal of Education Policy 22 (6) 637-656

Billett S (2007) Cooperative Education: Supporting and guiding ongoing development. Journal of Co-operative Education and Internship 41 (2) 37-44

Billett S & Ovens, C (2007) Learning about work, working life and post school options: Guiding students’ reflecting on paid part-time work. Journal of Education and Work 20 (2) 75-90.

Billett, S. (2006) Relational interdependence between social and individual agency in work and working life, Mind, Culture and Activity 13 (1) 53-69

Fennessy, K., Billett, S & Ovens, C (2006) Learning in and through social partnerships. Australian Journal of Adult Education 46 (1) 9-27

Ehrich, L and Billett, S. (2006) How Australian Small Business Operators Learned about the Goods and Services Tax, Small Enterprise Research 14 (2) 59-73

Smith, R & Billett, S. (2006) Interdependencies at work: Constituting reflection, performance, dialogue and reward, Journal of Adult and Continuing Education, 12 (2) 156-169

Smith, A. & Billett, S. (2006) Mechanisms for enhancing employer investment in training: a comparative perspective. Journal of Research in Post-compulsory Education 11(1) 1-118

Billett, S. (2006) Constituting the workplace curriculum, Journal of Curriculum Studies 38 (1) 31-48

Smith, A. & Billett, S. (2005) Myth and reality: employer sponsored training in Australia. International Journal of Training Research.3 (2)16-29.

Billett, S. (2005) Learning about the world of work: Co-opting school students’ paid work experiences Australian Educational Researcher 32 (1) 49-66.

Billett, S., Smith, R & Barker, M. (2005) Understanding work, learning and the remaking of cultural practices. Studies in Continuing Education 27 (3) 219-237

Seddon, T. Clemans A. & Billett, S. (2005) Social partnerships: Practices, paradoxes and prospects of LLEN. Australian Education Researcher 32 (1) 25-48.

Seddon, T. Billett, S. & Clemans, A. (2005) Navigating social partnerships in VET: Central agencies – local networks, British Journal of Sociology of Education 26 (5) 567-584

Billett, S & Smith, A (2005) Enhancing enterprise expenditure on VET: Policy goals and mechanisms. Journal of Vocational Education and Training 57 (1) 5-23

Billett, S. & Pavlova, M. (2005) Learning through working life: self and individuals’ agentic action International Journal of Lifelong Education (24) 3 195-211

Sheehan, D, Wilkinson, T & Billett S (2005) “Junior doctors participation and learning in clinical environments, Academic Medicine 80, 302-308.

Billett S (2004) Co-participation at work: Learning through work and throughout working lives. Studies in the Education of Adults 36 (2) 190-205

Ehrich, L. & Billett S. (2004) Learning new practices in small business: Engagement and localised support. Education and Training, 46 (8-9) 501-509

Billett, S & Somerville, M (2004) Transformations at work: Identity and learning, Studies in Continuing Education 26 (2) 309-326.

Billett, S. (2004) Workplace participatory practices: Conceptualising workplaces as learning environments. Journal of Workplace Learning 16 (6) 312-324.

Seddon, T., Billett, S & Clemans, A (2004) Politics of social partnerships: A framework for theorising. Journal of Education Policy 19 (2) 123-142

Billett, S & Seddon, T (2004) Building community through social partnerships around vocational education and training, Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 56 (1) 51- 67

Hodkinson, P, Bloomer, M, &, Billett, S (2004) The Significance of Ontogeny and Habitus in Constructing Theories of Learning Studies in Continuing Education 26 (1) 19-43

Billett, S (2004) From your business to our business: Industry and vocational education in Australia. Oxford Review of Education 30 (1) 12-33

Billett S, Barker M & Hernon-Tinning B (2004) Participatory practices at work. Pedagogy, Culture and Society 12 (2) 233-257

Billett, S & Smith, A (2003) Compliance, engagement and commitment: Increasing employer expenditure in training. Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 55 (3) 251-269

Billett S (2003) Vocational curriculum and pedagogy: An activity theory perspective. European Journal of Educational Research 2 (1) 6-21.

Billett S (2003) Sociogeneses, activity and ontogeny. Culture and Psychology, 9 (2) 133-169

Billett S (2003) Workplace mentors: Demands and benefits, Journal of Workplace Learning, 15 (3) 105-113.

Billett, S., Ehrich, L & Hernon-Tinning, B (2003) Small business pedagogic practices. Journal of Vocational Education and Training. 55 (2) 149-167

Billett S (2002) Workplace pedagogic practices: Co-participation and learning. British Journal of Educational Studies, 50 (4) 457-481.

Billett S (2002) Towards a workplace pedagogy: Guidance, participation and engagement, Adult Education Quarterly 53 (1) 27-43.

Billett S (2002) Workplace pedagogic practices: A workplace study. Lifelong Learning in Europe. VII (2) 94-103.

Billett S (2002) Critiquing workplace learning discourses: Participation and continuity at work Studies in the Education of Adults 34 (1) 56-67.

Billett S (2002) Workplace pedagogic practices: Participation and learning. Australian Vocational Education Review 9 (1) 28-38

Billett S (2001) Increasing small business participation in VET: A ‘hard ask’. Education and Training 43 (8/9) 416-425

Billett S (2001) Knowing in practice: Re-conceptualising vocational expertise Learning and Instruction 11 (6) 431-452.

Billett S (2001) Learning through work: Workplace affordances and individual engagement. Journal of Workplace Learning 13 (5) 209-214

Billett S (2001) Changing relationships among VET clients and their consequences for localised VET planning. Australian Vocational Education Review, 8 (1) pp. 12-27.

Billett S (2001) Learning throughout working life: Interdependencies at work. Studies in Continuing Education 23 (1) 19-35.

Billett S (2000) A hard ask: VET and small business. Australian Vocational Education Review. 7 (2) 27-38.

Billett S (2000) Guided learning at work, Journal of Workplace learning. 12 (7) 272-285.

Billett S (2000) Defining the demand side of VET:  Industry, enterprises, individuals and regions. Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 50 (1) 5-30

Billett S (1999) Re-professionalising vocational educators or just reshaping practice, Journal of Teaching Practice 18 (19) 1-13.

Billett S (1999) Experts’ ways of knowing. Australian Vocational Education Review. 6 (2) 25-36.

Billett S R. (1998) Situation, Social systems and learning. Journal of Education and Work 11 (3) 255-274.

Billett S (1998) Enterprises and Vocational Education and Training: expenditure and expected returns. Journal of Vocational Education and Training 50 (3) 387-402.

Billett S (1998) Changing relationships between the vocational education system and their clients. Unicorn 24, (3) 60-72.

Billett S (1998) Ontogeny and participation in communities of practice: A socio-cognitive view of adult development, Studies in the Education of Adults 30 (1) 21-34.

Billett S (1998) The transfer problem: distinguishing between levels of social practice. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Vocational Education Research 6 (1)1-26.

Billett S (1998) Appropriation and ontogeny: Identifying compatibility between cognitive and sociocultural contributions to adult learning. International Journal of Lifelong Education 17 (1) 21-34

Billett S (1997) Factors in vocational education policy development: Modern Apprenticeships, a case study. Australian Vocational Education Review, 4 (2) pp. 51-60.

Billett S (1997) Dispositions, vocational knowledge and development: sources and consequences. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Vocational Education Research, 5 (1) 1-26.

Billett S & Rose J (1997) Developing conceptual knowledge in the workplace. Australian Journal of Adult and Community Education, 37 (1) 12-26.

Billett S (1996) Accessing and engaging skilful vocational knowledge: instructional media versus learning media. Education and Training, 38 (2) 18-25.

Billett S (1996) Constructing vocational knowledge: history, communities and individuals. Journal of Vocational Education 48 (2) 141-154.

Billett S (1996) Situated learning: Bridging sociocultural and cognitive theorising. Learning and Instruction, 6 (3) 263-280.

Billett S (1996) Evaluating learning as social practice: case studies from workplaces. Evaluation Journal of Australasia, 8 (1) pp. 15-26.

Billett S (1996) Towards a model of workplace learning: the learning curriculum. Studies in Continuing Education. 18 (1) pp.43-58.

Billett S (1995) Constructing the curricula: national curricula, teachers’ practice and change. New Horizons in Education, 92 30-45.

Billett S (1995) Workplace learning: its potential and limitations. Education and Training, 37 (5) 20-27.

Billett S (1994) Searching for authenticity – a sociocultural perspective of vocational skill development. Vocational Aspects of Education, 46(1) 3-16.

Billett S (1994) Situated Learning – a workplace experience. Australian Journal of Adult and Community Education, 34 (2) 112-130.

Billett S (1994) Situating Learning in the workplace. Australian Vocational Education Review, 1(1) 7-14).

Billett S (1994) Authenticity and a culture of practice. Critical Forum, 3 (1). pp.40-67 reprinted from Australian and New Zealand Journal of Vocational Education Research, 2(1).

Billett S (1994) Situating learning in the workplace: Having another look at Apprenticeships. Industrial and Commercial Training, 26(11) 9-16.

Billett S (1993) What’s in a setting – learning in the workplace. Australian Journal of Adult and Community Education, 33 (1) April 1993. 4-14

Billett S (1993) Authenticity and a culture of workpractice. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Vocational Education Research, 2 (1) 1 – 29.

Billett S (1992) Developing vocational skills in the workplace. Australian Journal of TAFE Research and Development, 8 (1) 1-12

Billett S (1992) Towards a theory of workplace learning. Studies in Continuing Education, 14 (2). 143-155

Papers in non-refereed publications

Billett S (1998) Aligning workplace and school-based experiences, VOCAL vol 1, August 1998 41-43.

Billett S (1997) The Centre for Learning and Work Research. The Training Agenda (4). 1 April. New South Wales TAFE.

Billett S (1996) The role of vocational educators in developing workplace curriculum. Australian Vocational Education Review, 3 (1) 29-35.

Billett S (1995) Constructing knowledge in the workplace: potential and pitfalls. Australian Vocational Education Review, 2 (1) 1-6.

Billett S (1995) Cost-benefits of training: A Queensland study.  Australian Vocational Education Review, 2 (1).30-34.

Billett S (1995) Cost-benefits of training: A Queensland study.  Queensland Training Officers’ Society – Newsletter.  Reprinted with permission from the Australian Vocational Education Review, 2 (1).

Billett S (1994) When working is learning and learning is working – developing vocational skills in the workplace.  The Training Agenda (2). 1 April. New South Wales TAFE. pp.13-16

Billett S (1994) Enterprise bargaining and training.  Australian Vocational Education Review, 1 (1). 1-6  Centre for Skill Formation research and Development.

Billett S (1993) National Framework for the Recognition of Training (NFROT) Developments in Post Compulsory Education and Training, 2 (4) Centre for Skill Formation research and Development.

Billett S (1993) Vocational Education and Training Credentials. Developments in Post Compulsory Education and Training, 2 (5) Centre for Skill Formation research and Development. 

Billett S (1993) Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Developments in Post Compulsory Education and Training, 2 (6) Centre for Skill Formation research and Development. 

Papers in Conference proceedings (*refereed)

Billett, S (2006) Work, Subjectivity and Learning (key note address) Professional growth and guidance of life-wide and life-long learning. University of Jyvalaska, Finland 23rd-24th May.

Billett S (2006) ‘Positioning learning within WALL’ Work and Lifelong Learning Conference, Toronto, Canada, June 3-5 2006

Billett S (2006) Work, lifelong learning and Cooperative Education: supporting and guiding ontogenetic development, (keynote address) New Zealand Association for Cooperative Education, Queenstown, April 27-28, 2006

Billett, S., Barker, M. & Smith, R. (2005) Interdependencies at work: Constituting reflection, performance, dialogicity and reward. Researching Work and Learning 4, Sydney (11-14th December)

Billett, S & Ovens, C (2005) Co-opting school students’ experience of paid part-time work 13th Annual International conference on post-compulsory education and training. Volume One (pp.80-88) Gold Coast, Queensland (4-7th December)

Billett, S., Barker, M. & Smith, R. (2005) Examining work, learning and the remaking of cultural practices through the duality of affordances and engagement. 13th Annual International conference on post-compulsory education and training. Volume One (pp 89-96) Gold Coast, Queensland (4-7th December)

Searle, J., Billett, S. & Behrens, K. (2005) Affordances and engagement: The shaping of adults’ initial experiences of higher education . 13th Annual International conference on post-compulsory education and training. Gold Coast, Queensland Volume Two (pp 163-170)(4-7th December)

Clemans, A., Billett, S. & Seddon, T (2005) Initiating, developing and sustaining social partnerships through partnership work. 13th Annual International conference on post-compulsory education and training. Gold Coast, Queensland Volume One (148-155) (4-7th December)

Billett, S., Clemans, A., C Seddon, T., & Kelly, M (2005) Initiating, developing and sustaining social partnerships. 14th National VET Research Conference Wodonga, Victoria (5th-8th July)

Clemans, A., Billett, S & Seddon, T (2005) Initiating, developing and sustaining social partnerships through partnership work AVETRA Conference, Sofitel Hotel, Brisbane (14-15 April 2005)

Billett S, Barker & Smith, R (2005) Relational interdependence as means to examine work, learning and the remaking of cultural practices, Nijhof, W J & Nieuwenhuis, L F M (eds)The learning potential of the workplace” (pp.59-76). 2nd Invited International Conference Twente University, The Netherlands (3-5 March 2005)

Billett, S (2004) Individual and social agency in working life, University of Jyväskylä

Billett S (2004)*Transformations and continuities: Agency and intentionality at work. Workplace Learning – from the Learners´ Perspective’, Learning Lab Denmark, Copenhagen 25-27 Nov

Billett S (2004)* Learning through work: Relational interdependence between individual and social agency. Workplace Learning from the Learners´ Perspective’, Learning Lab Denmark, Copenhagen 25-27 Nov

Billett S (2004) Individuals, agency and intentionality: Older workers and learning through work VET and development of mature competence in enterprises (VADMACE), Nov 22 23 Stavenger, Norway

Billett S (2004)* Being competent: the relational interdependence between individual and social agency in working life. Keynote presentation. European Association of Research on Learning and Instruction – Professional Development SIG conference, Regensburg, Germany 11th-15th October

Billett S (2003)* Individualising the social – socialising the individual:  Interdependence between social and individual agency in vocational learning. Keynote presentation. 11th Annual International conference on post-compulsory education and training: Enriching learning cultures, (vol 1 – pp.55-71), 1-3 Dec, Gold Coast

Smith, A & Billett, S (2003)* Enhancing employer expenditure in training. 11th Annual International conference on post-compulsory education and training: Enriching learning cultures, (vol 3 pp. 99-107), 1-3 Dec, Gold Coast

Billett, S. & Pavlova, M. (2003)*Learning through working life: individuals’ agentic action, subjectivity and participation in work. 11th Annual International conference on post-compulsory education and training: Enriching learning cultures, (vol 1 – pp. 72-80),  1-3 Dec, Gold Coast

Ehrich, L, Billett, S & Hernon-Tinning, B (2003)*. Understanding Learning in Small Business: Engagement and Support. 17th Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management conference, Freemantle, Decr 2-5

Billett S (2003) Localised learning, new learning spaces and small business learning. European Education Research Association conference in Hamburg, Germany Sept 17-20.

Billett S (2003) Workplace pedagogic practices: Participatory practices and individual engagement. European Education Research Association conference in Hamburg, Germany September 17-20.

Smith A & Billett S* (2003) Making employers pay: how do they do it overseas? The sixth Australian VET Research Association Conference “The Changing Face of VET”9-11 April 2003 Australian Technology Park, Sydney, Australia.

Billett S (2003) Affordances, engagement, intentionality and continuity: Conceptualising workplaces as learning environments. Building an Inclusive Model for integrating Learning and Work. 2nd International Conference on Practice-Orientated Education, Boston, 10-12 April.

Billett S (2002) Vocational curriculum and pedagogy: An activity theory perspective. European Conference on Educational Research, Lisbon, Portugal 11-14 September.

Billett S (2002) Workplace learning as co-participation. In International perspectives on learning in the workplace symposium. American Educational Research Association, Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 1-5 2002.

Billett, S., Ehrich, L & Hernon-Tinning (2002) Small business pedagogic practices. 10th Annual International conference on post-compulsory education and training. Envisioning practice – implementing change. Vol 1 pp131-138. Surfers Paradise Park Royal, Gold Coast, Australia, 2-4 Dec

Billett, S., Barker, M and Hernon-Tinning, B (2002) Co-participatory practices at work. 10th Annual International conference on post-compulsory education and training. Envisioning practice – implementing change. Vol 1 pp 139—148. Surfers Paradise Park Royal, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, 2-4 Dec 2002

Seddon, T., Billett, S. & Vongalis, A (2002) Building community through social partnerships around vocational education and training. 10th Annual International conference on post-compulsory education and training. Envisioning practice – implementing change. Vol  3 pp. 73-81. Surfers Paradise Park Royal, Gold Coast, Australia, 2-4 Dec 2002

Billett S (2001*) A critique of workplace learning discourses: Participation in and continuity of practice. 9th Annual International Conference on post compulsory Education and Training: Knowledge demands of the new economy vol 1 pp85-92. Surfers Paradise Park Royal, Queensland, Australia, 3-5 Dec

Billett S (2001*) Workplace pedagogic practices: Participatory factors in localised arrangements: Knowledge demands of the new economy vol 1 pp93-101. Surfers Paradise Park Royal, Gold Coast, 3-5 Dec

Billett S (2001) Participation and continuity at work: A critique of current workplace learning discourses. Context, Power and perspective. Joint Network/SKOPE/TLRP International workshop 8-10th Nov 2001, University College of Northampton

Billett S & Boud D (2001*) Participation in and guided engagement at work: Workplace pedagogic practices. Researching Work and Learning. Second International Conference (pp. 321-328), Faculty of Continuing Education, University of Calgary, Alberta, July 26-28.

Billett S & Beven F (2001) Developing expert vocational educators: An Australian perspective. International Week on Vocational Education, Great Wall Sheraton, Beijing, China.17-21 May 2001

Billett S (2001) Workplace affordances and individual engagement at work. presented at the AVETRA conference in Adelaide 29-30 March 2001

BillettS (2000) Co-participation at work: Knowing and working knowledge. Research in Adult and Vocational Learning, University of Technology, Sydney. Dec 11-13 2000

Billett S (2000*) Guidance, activities and participation:  towards a workplace pedagogy. 8th Annual International Conference on post compulsory Education and Training: Learning together, working together vol 1 pp216-223. Surfers Paradise Park Royal, Gold Coast, Australia, 4-6 Dec

Billett S (2000*) Co-participation at work: Knowing and Work practice. 8th Annual International Conference on post compulsory Education and Training: Learning together, working together vol 1 pp 16-24. Surfers Paradise Park Royal, Gold Coast, Australia, 4-6 Dec

Billett S (2000*) Co-participation at work: Knowing and work practice. 3rd Sociocultural conference, Campinas, Brazil 17-20 Jul 

Billett S (1999*) Work as social practice:  Activities and Interdependencies 7th Annual International Conference on Post-compulsory Education and Training, Changing Practice through research: Changing research through practice, vol 2 pp128-138. Surfers Paradise Park Royal, Gold Coast, Australia, 6-8 Dec

Billett S (1999*) Workplaces, communities and pedagogies: An activity theory view. Global issues and local effects: The Challenge for Educational Research. AARE – NZARE Conference 1999. 27 Nov 2 Dec.

Billett S (1999*) Work practice and vocational knowledge. Conference of the Journal of Vocational Education and Training Manchester Jul 14-16

Billett S (1999) Ontogeny as lifelong learning: Interdependence and independence. International conference on lifelong learning. University College of Worcester. June 9-11 July

Billett S (1998*) Guided learning in the workplace: Five enterprises. 6th Annual International Conference on Post-compulsory Education and Training, Vocational Knowledge and Institutions: Changing Relationships, vol 2 pp12-23. Surfers Paradise Park Royal, Gold Coast, Australia, 2-4 Dec

Billett S & Hayes S (1998*) Balancing the demand: realigning VET policy and practice. 6th Annual International Conference on Post-compulsory Education and Training, Vocational Knowledge and Institutions: Changing Relationships, vol 4 pp100-14. Surfers Paradise Park Royal, Gold Coast, 2-4 Dec

Falk I, Sefton R & Billett S (1998) Learning through Research to facilitate change. Creating a new training culture for Australia, 2-26 August 1998 Australian National Training Authority.

Billett S, McCannA & Scott K (1998) Workplace mentoring and guidance: Organising and managing effective practice 7th Annual Vocational Education and Research Conference, 15-17 July  Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga

Billett S (1998) Changing relationships among VET clients: Initial findings 7th Annual Vocational Education and Research Conference, 15-17 July  Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga

Billett S (1998) VET policy and research: Emerging issues and changing relationships, Inaugural conference of AVETRA- The importance of VET Research: Influencing policy and practice. UTS Sydney, (eds) J McIntrye & M. Barrett  pp258-266. February 16 – 17.

Billett S (1997*) Experts’ ways of knowing 5th Annual International Conference on Post-compulsory Education and Training, Learning and Work: The Challenges, Surfers Paradise Travelodge, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, 26-28 Nov

Billett S (1997) The return from training, The Market for VET: Who pays and who profits in 1997 and beyond? NCVER Conference, Adelaide Hilton, International Hotel July 28 – 30.

Billett S (1996*) The transfer problem: distinguishing between sociocultural and community of practice, 4th Annual International Conference on Post-compulsory Education and Training, Learning and Work: The Challenges, Surfers Paradise Travelodge, Gold Coast, Australia, 2-4 Dec

Billett S (1996) Structuring workplace learning experiences: the learning curriculum. New Prospects for Vocational Education and Training. 1-4 May  National Taiwan Normal University. Taipei, Taiwan. ROC.

Billett S (1996) Understanding workplace learning: Cognitive and sociocultural perspectives.  Workplace Learning and Assessment: Future Directions in Research. University of Technology, Sydney, June 25-26, 1996.

Billett S (1996) Participation and guidance in communities of practice and ontogeny: A socio-cognitive view of adult development. Research network workshop, Australian Association for Adult and Community Education, Greenmount Beach Resort, Coolangatta, Gold Coast, Sept 28.

Billett S (1996) Vocational teachers’ role in the workplace learning curriculum. 6th National Workshop on Vocational Teacher Education, Coffs Harbour, NSW, 30 September – 1 October 1996

Billett S (1996) Knowledge, learning and work: a synthesis of research at Griffith 1994-1996, Researching and Learning Together, ANTARAC Conference, Carlton Crest Hotel, Melbourne 31 October – 1 Nov.

Billett S (1996*) Developing workplaces as learning environments: Towards a learning curriculum. The 19th National Conference of the Australian Council for Adult Literacy The Competence Literacy Equation Competence = Capability? Surfers Paradise Travelodge, Gold Coast, 7-9 Nov

Billett S (1995*) Constructing vocational knowledge: history, communities and individuals. Vocational Aspects of Education conference. University of Greenwich, London July 19-21

Billett S (1995) Towards a model of workplace learning. Queensland Training Officers Society 3rd Annual Conference. Yeppoon, Queensland, Aug 23-25.

Billett S (1995) Developing conceptual knowledge in workplaces. Research in Progress Conference, Australian National Training Authority. Landmark Hotel, Sydney, Sept 28-29.

Billett S (1995*) What should we think about knowledge structures now that dispositions have been identified?  Barriers and Boundaries in Post-compulsory Education and Training. Brisbane. 21-23 Nov.

Billett S (1994*) Constructing knowledge in the workplace: potential and pitfalls. Adult and Continuing Education Under Conditions of Free Market Economy, Russian Academy of Education, Moscow, Russia, 7-10 Jul

Billett S (1994*) Constructing knowledge: personal dispositions and cultures of practice. (re)Forming post-compulsory education and training. Brisbane, Australia, 7-9 Dec.

Billett S (1994*) Situated Learning: Reconciling culture and cognition. (re)Forming post-compulsory education and training. Brisbane, Australia, 7-9 Dec.

Billett S (1993) Invited Speaker, Industry Training Development Program. Brisbane Administrative Services Building. Office of VETEC, Mar 30.

Billett S (1993) Authenticity and a culture of practice within modes of skill development.  Paper presented at University/TAFE Training Research.  Griffith University, 1-2 June.

Billett S. (1993*) Situating learning in the workplace. Paper presented at the “After Competence: the future of post-compulsory education and training” conference 1-3 Dec.

Billett S (1992) Developing vocational skills in the workplace. Paper presented at the Training Research Conducted in Higher Education, Waratah Inn, Sydney 16-17 Jul.

Billett S (1992*) Authenticating learning – learning in the workplace. A Paper Presented at the 1992 AARE & NZARE Joint Conference “Educational Research: Discipline and Diversity” Deakin University, Geelong, Victoria, Australia.  22-26 Nov

3.8 Doctoral student completions

I have completed 19 doctoral supervisions with 13 of those graduates working in higher education, 4 in government and 2 in private/community sector

Dr Barry Fraser (2018) From hospitality classroom to successful careers (Griffith University, Brisbane)

Kristine Yap (2018) Learning safety in the workplace (Department of Workplace Safety, Singapore)

Dr Debra Palsy (2016) –Learning occupational practice in the absence of expert guidance (University of Technology, Sydney)

Dr Rebecca Meyers (2015) – Exploring the experiences of disadvantage older jobseekers participating in training and job-seeking activities

Dr Gerald Onsando (2014) – experiences of adult refugee migrants in learning and experiences of work and educational programs (Corrections Victoria)

Dr Charlotte Wegener (2013) Innovation – inside out: Change and stability is social and health care education (Aalburg University, Denmark)

Dr Katja Vähäsantanen, (2013) Vocational Teachers’ Professional Agency in the Stream of Change (Jyvasksla University, Finland)

Dr Raymond Smith (2012) (PI) Negotiation and Learning in Work (Griffith University)

Dr Selena Chan – Apprenticeship (2011) (PI) Belonging, becoming, and being a baker: A process and roles of apprenticeship (Christchurch Polytechnic, NZ)

Dr Jason Lewis (2010) Dynamic integrated learning: managing knowledge development in road transport (PI)

Dr Kevin Larkin–(2010) Investigating student net book use using activity theory (AI) (Griffith University)

Dr Claire Gardener (2008) — The generation and sharing of knowledge within organisations: macro level and micro-level influences on individual knowledge sharing orientation and behaviour (PI) (Queensland University of Technology)

Dr Jillian Kavanagh (2008) Auxiliary women and workers in the legal sector (PI) (Latrobe University)

Dr John Tarlton (2007 Neglected knowing: Some characteristics of positive athletics experience in painting) (PI)

Dr Janet Allan(2007) — participation, identity and culture: an exploration of changing subjectivities through the life trajectories and social and work practices of selected farm women (PI)

Dr Kaija Collin (2007) Experience and share practice: design engineers learning at work Jyvasksla University (AI)

Dr David Lawrence (2006) Learning as participation in grains research, development and extension in Australia (PI)

Dr Alison Ruth (2004) Learning at the screen face: A pentadic analysis of the e-mail discussion lists (PI) (La Trobe University)

Dr Arthur Poropat (2004) An examination of the relations between personality and citizenship performance in academic and workplace settings (AI) (Griffith University)

Keynote presentations and invited addresses

Billett, S (2020) Keynote – Student decision-making about post-school pathways – Queensland Guidance and Counselling Association (QGCA), Brisbane, 23rd May 2020

Billett, S (2020) Keynote – Learning across working life: curriculum, pedagogic and personal practices, 8th ICCBL (International Conference of Culture, Biography & Lifelong Learning). The 8th ICCBL will be held from 26. to 28. March 2020 at the Pusan National University in South Korea.

Billett, S (2019) Plenary – Work Based Learning Programs for young people in the Arab Region, YEM Regional workshop on Work-Based Learning (WBL) in the South Mediterranean, Rabat, 3 – 4 October 2019, UNESCO.

Billett, S (2019) Plenary session – Integrating practice-based learning experiences within higher education, Student Employment Summit, IQC event,27th-28th August, Melbourne

Billett, S (2019) Plenary session – professional development day – Work-integrated education: prospects and practices, University Vast, Trollhattan, Sweden (19th June 2019.

Billett, S (2019) Keynote – Towards responsive curriculum and pedagogic practices: Addressing vocational education’s emerging challenges for adaptive outcomes, NORDYRK conference, Helsinki, June12-14, 2019

Billett, S (2019) Keynote – Developing an adaptable workforce: reappraising tertiary education curricula and pedagogy, International Conference on Education, Science, and Technology, Padang, Indonesia (15th-17th March) Universitas Negeri Padang, Indonesia.

Billett, S (2019) invited Keynote – Education rich activities in the workplace: Improving opportunities for learning across the expertise continuum, Cultivating a safe learning environment, Melbourne Academic Centre for Health (MACH), University of Melbourne February 28, 2019

Billett, S (2018) Plenary – Working and learning together: Responding and adapting to changing occupational and work practices, Collaborative workshop, University of Stavanger, Norway 11th December, 2018

Billett, S (2018) Keynote – Work-integrated education: Contributions to learning and innovation, Vila Conference, Gothenburg, Sweden, 6-7th December, 2018

Billett, S (2018) Plenary – Project-based education and learning: Conceptions, outcomes and practices for the Project-based learning, Symposia, LaTrobe University, Victoria, 12th November 2018

Billett, S (2018) Keynote – Exploring alignments between continuing professional education and learning in the legal sector, Continuing Legal Education Association of Australia, Brisbane, 18th October 2018

Billett, S (2018) Keynote – Learning, innovation and work-integrated education, Australian Co-operative Education Network conference, Brisbane 4-5th October, 2018

Billett, S (2018) Keynote Performative Learning and Professions, 7th ICCBL conference – Culture, performativity, biography & lifelong learning- Pusan National University, South Korea, (14. to 17. March)

Billett, S (2017) Keynote – Work-based learning: research and central theoretical concepts, Work-based learning as a pathway to competency-based education, UNEVOC, Bonn, Germany 22-23rd June, 2017

Billett, S (2017) Keynote –Vocational and Professional Education and Training (VPET) International Conference: Partnership, Enterprise and Innovation. Hong Kong, 16-17 June 2017

Billett, S (2017) Keynote – Effective Professional and Practice-Based Learning in a Dynamic Workplace, 5th International Problem-Based Learning (PBL) Symposium, Republic Polytechnic in Singapore,15-17th March 2017

Billett, S (2017) Plenary – Aligning work and workplace innovation: Work and learning in and for Australian workplaces, at the Re-imagining VE in the Asian century symposium. RMIT, Melbourne, 17th February 2017

Billett, S (2016) Keynote – Co-occurrence of work and innovation; Future of work and future of learning, Adult Learning Symposium, Singapore, 3rd -4th November 2016

Billett, S (2016) Keynote – Practice-based Education: Purposes, enactments and experiences, Temasek Polytechnic, Singapore, September 26th-28th 2016

Billett, S (2016) Keynote – Goals and processes for post-practicum interventions: Work-integrated learning symposium, University of Canberra, July 25th-26th 2016

Billett, S (2016) Plenary – Vocational education and the digitised world, at International Congress on ICT in, Education: Qingdao City, People’s Republic of China 22nd -24th June, 2016

Billett, S (2016) Keynote – Learning through practice, IV EDO International Congress, Barcelona, Spain, 11th to 13th May 2016

Billett, S (2016) Keynote – How can clinical experiences be used to support learning in surgical practice?, Royal Australian College of Surgeons conference, Brisbane, 4th May 2016

Billett, S (2015) Keynote – Integration of work experiences in higher education, University West, Trollhättan, Sweden. 6th November 2015

Billett, S (2015) Keynote – Two conceptions of apprenticeship. International Network on Innovative Apprenticeship (INAP) Ballarat, Victoria, Australia 1st -2nd September 2015

Billett, S (2015) Invited address Optimising workplace learning experiences within provisions of initial occupational preparation – ETH, Zurich 8th July 2015

Billett, S (2015) Keynote – Theorising occupational practice and its learning: Personal, institutional and brute factors, Practice learning conference, Griffith Institute of Educational Research. Brisbane, June 5th 2015

Billett, S (2014) Keynote – Exploiting the potential of workplaces as learning environments for initial and ongoing occupational development, European Association for Practitioner Research on Improving Learning 9thAnnual conference, Nicosia, Cyprus, November 25- 28, 2014

Billett, S (2014) Keynote – Workplace learning and its integration into medical programs – International Community Engaged Medical Education Conference, The Muster, 27th-30th October, Uluru, Northern Territory

Billett, S (2014) Keynote – Learning through practice, Australian and New Zealand Association of Health Professional Educators, July 7th-10th Gold Coast

Billett, S (2014) Keynote – Learning through work: a workplace perspective; People in Health Summit, Melbourne Victoria, May 22-23rd

Billett, S (2014) Invited address Workplace learning: Challenges of the 21st-century, UQAM/ University of Montréal Montreal, Canada April 29th

Billett, S (2014) Invited address–New Avenues for Vocational and Technical Education and Training UQAM/ University of Montréal, Montreal, Canada, April 30th

Billett, S (2014) Invited address New models and strategies for continuing education and training within industry UQAM/ University of Montréal, Montreal, Canada, April 30th

Billett, S (2014) Busan, Republic of Korea, Keynote, International Educational Biography Research Association – April 20-22nd

Billett, S (2014) Invited Public lecture – Mimetic learning at work, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland 22nd February 2014

Billett, S (2014) Keynote – Irish Network of Medical Educators, (INMED) Queens University, Belfast, February 19th to February 21st

Billett, S (2013) HERN keynote – Positioning higher education students as interdependent learners – 5th November 2013, Queensland University of Technology

Billett, S (2013) Learning in circumstances of practice and its integration within medical education, Association of Medical Educators annual meeting, London, November 20-21st 2013

Billett, S (2013) Vocational education: key purposes & curriculum processes 10th November Gothenburg, Sweden

Billett, S (2013) Enhancing learning through experiences in clinical practice settings. Faculty Development conference, 23rd-25th August 2013, Prague

Billet, S (2013) Vocational education: Enhancing its standing and prospects for mature and responsive provisions, at the International Vocational Education Training Association (IVETA) 2013 International Conference 14-16th August 2013, Melbourne

Billett, S (2013) Learning in circumstances of legal practice and its integration within legal education, International Journal of Clinical Legal Education Conference, Griffith University, Australia, 16th July 2013 – Southbank, Brisbane

Billett S (2013) The future for VET and VET research in Australia: A research-based proposition for a mature system, AVETRA conference, Perth, April 3-5

Billett, S (2012) Vocational and Business Education” of the German Society of Educational Science (DGfE), Paderborn, Germany, 24th-26th September

Billett, S (2012) Keynote – Annual conference of the TAFE Development Centre, Creswick, Victoria, 6th-7th September

Billett, S (2012) Continuing Education and Training in Singapore: Prospects, models and practices, New Frontiers in Learning and Work, 5-7th July, Institute for Adult Learning, Singapore

Billett, S (2012) Learning Symposium 28th– 29th June 2012, The Singapore Armed Forces (SAF), Singapore

Billett, S (2012) Learning through practice: Origins, practices and potentials- Practice-Based Education Summit 2012, Education for Practice, Work & Society, The Education For Practice Institute, Charles Sturt University, Sydney, 3-4 April 2012

Billett, S (2012) Integrating work-based learning experiences within university curriculum, Work-based learning conference, University Association for Lifelong Learning, March 26th 2012 University of Middlesex, Trent Park Campus, London

Billett, S (2012) Professions and educating the professional – in search of excellence, Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences 9th March 2012, Oslo, Norway

Billett, S (2012) High quality work performance in service sectors: Goals and processes for effective tertiary education and training provisions, Service Skills Australia, conference – Quality in the Making February 28th Brisbane

Billett, S (2011) Learning for the professions: An interdependent process between academic and practice based settings, Transforming University education: Developing a Culture of Collaboration, Integration and sustainability, Charles Sturt University, Albury, NSW 15-17th November

Billett, S (2011) Seeking effective clinical education experiences for physiotherapy students: Affordances and engagements, APA Physiotherapy Conference 2011, October 28th Brisbane

Billett, S (2011) Practice-oriented education: Need for scholarly teaching practice, Practice-oriented education, University of Technology, Sydney 22nd June

Billett, S (2011) Learning and social settings: Conceptions, factors and prospects, The Recognition of non-formal and informal learning in higher education, international seminar in Turku, Finland 19-20 May

Billett, S (2011) Making space to lift performance: Decision-making about and engagement in vocational education, Research conference, Industry Training Federation of New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand (April 27-28)

Billett, S (2011) Work Integrated Learning for contemporary Australian higher education: Curriculum and pedagogic practices, The curriculum refresh conference, James Cook University, (11-12th April 2011)

Billett, S (2011) Practice-based learning and professional education: pursuing quality and sustainability in the Australian context, The 2011 practice-based education summit. The Institute for Educational Practice, Charles Sturt University, Sydney, (7th April 2011)

Billett, S (2010) Engendering effective learning for work and working life: Integrating experiences across educational and work settings, Industry Training Federation of New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand (July 28-29)

Billett, S (2009) Learning as experiencing: Personal, social & brute factors, Experience Based Learning Conference. December 7-9, Sydney 2009

Billett S (2009) Learning throughout Working Life in a Globalised World” Inclusion and Exclusion in a Globalised World – VET and Culture Conference, University of Zurich Switzerland, 27th August

Billett S (2009) Enacting, remaking and transforming work: A socio-personal explanation Keynote: Researching Work and Learning 6 (RWL6) Roskilde University, Denmark, 1st July,

Billett, S (2009) Towards learning practices: Developing capacities for the professions, Teaching and learning in the workplace: Towards effective practices, Centre for Medical and Health Sciences Education, Monash University, 21st May 2009

Billett, (2009) Learning to be an agentic professional: Conceptions, curriculum, pedagogy and personal epistemologies, (Keynote presentation) Learning for a Complex World: Learning to be Professional through a Life-wide Curriculum, University of Surrey 31st March 2009

Billett S (2009) Exploring dualities across learning, work and welfare (keynote presentation) Work, Learning and Welfare: Changing identities and practices, University of Jyväskylä, Finland, 1-2 April

Billett, S (2008) Learning through and for work: Conceptions, evidence and potential for workforce development in Singapore Understanding Adult Learning: Insights for practice Institute of Adult Learning, Singapore, December 4th

Billett, S (2008) Integrating work experiences in higher education programs: Its educational worth Work Integrated Learning symposium, Griffith University, 16 April

Billett, S (2008) Realising the educational worth of integrating work experiences in higher education, keynote to Work Integrated Learning (WIL): Transforming Futures: Practice, Pedagogy and partnerships,- World Association of Co-operative Education conference, Manly, Sydney 2 October

Billett, S (2008) Integrating work experiences in higher education programs: Its educational worth Work Integrated Learning symposium, Griffith University, 16 April

Billett, S (2008) Realising the educational worth of integrating work experiences in higher education (keynote presentation), Learning matters conference Victoria University 11th December

Billett, S (2006) Work, lifelong learning and Cooperative Education: supporting and guiding ontogenetic development, (Keynote address) New Zealand Association for Cooperative Education, Queenstown, April 27-28,

Billett, S (2006) Work, Subjectivity and Learning (Key note address) Professional growth and guidance of life-wide and life-long learning. University of Jyvalaska, Finland 23rd-24th May.

Billett S (2004)* Being competent: the relational interdependence between individual and social agency in working life. Keynote presentation. Bridging individual, organisational and cultural aspects of professional learning, European Association of Research on Learning and Instruction – Professional Development SIG conference, Regensburg, Germany 11th-15th October

Billett S (2003)* Individualising the social – socialising the individual: Interdependence between social and individual agency in vocational learning. Keynote presentation. 11th Annual International conference on post-compulsory education and training: Enriching learning cultures, (vol 1 – pp.55-71), 1-3 Dec, Gold Coast Billett S (2001) Participation and continuity at work: A critique of current workplace learning discourses. Context, Power and perspective. Joint Network/SKOPE/TLRP International workshop 8-10th Nov 2001, University College of Northampton