Here's a list of other refereed publications for your interest
Co-editor with David Forrest of Redefining the Musical Landscape: Inspired Learning and Innovation in Music Education. Proceedings of the Australian Society for Music Edcuation XIXth National Conference (2013) Canberra ACT.
Embracing new digital technologies - Now and into the future. (Chapter 56).The Oxford Handbook of Music Education, Volume 2. September, 2012 Edited by Gary McPherson and Graham Welch. Oxford University Press. USA. http://ukcatalogue.oup.com/product/9780199928019.do#.UIU3UxjFVOg
Emerging technologies and the future of music education. The classroom blog.Musicworks: Journal of the Australian Council of Orff Schulwerk, Vol. 16, No. 1, June 2011: 171. http://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=687900275115238;res=IELHSS
The long and winding road. Journeying Reflections on Doctoral Studies by Australian Music Educators.Ed
ited by David Forrest. ASME monograph No 9. Australian Scholarly Publishing:157-172. http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/37549100?selectedversion=NBD45788733
Valuing Self-reflection in Music Performance: An Evaluation of Self-regulation and Strategy Development in Adolescents. Australian Association for Research in Music Education Annual Conference (29th : 2007 : Melbourne, Vic.) de Vries, Peter (Editor); Southcott, Jane (Editor). Proceedings of the XXIXth Annual Conference: 2-4 July 2007. Music Education Research, Values and Initiatives. Melbourne: Australian Association for Research in Music Education, 2007: 112 -122.
Shifting the Focus from 'Product' to 'Process': An Investigation of the Behaviours of Skilled and Naive Self-regulators While Creating Music in a Classroom Setting. Australian Association for Research in Music Education Annual Conference (28th : 2006 : Melbourne, Vic.) de Vries, Peter (Editor); Southcott, Jane (Editor). Proceedings of the XXVIIIth Annual Conference: 24-26 September 2006. Music Education, Standards and Practices. Melbourne: Australian Association for Research in Music Education, 2006: 71-78. http://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=246768792366632;res=IELHSS
Student Composition in a Technology Based Environment: A Social Cognitive Interpretation of Motivation, Efficacy and Self-regulatory Behaviour. Chaseling, Marilyn (Editor). Australian Association for Research in Music Education: Proceedings of the XXVIth Annual Conference. Melbourne: Australian Association for Research in Music Education, 2004: 226-232. http://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=249396041314038;res=IELHSS
The Internet and Technology in Music Education - Are Teachers Adapting Their Skills or Not? Southcott, Jane (Editor); Smith, Ros (Editor). Community of Researchers: Proceedings of the XXIInd Annual Conference, A. Melbourne: Australian Association for Research in Music Education, 2002: 99-103.
Self-regulation, Motivation and Computer Composition. How Does Music Technology Impact on Teaching and Learning in the Music Classroom? Rosevear, Jennifer (Editor); Callaghan, Jean (Editor). Research Matters: Linking Outcomes with Practice: Proceedings of the XXIVth Annual Conference. Melbourne: AARME, 2002: 118-126.
Music Technology in the New Millenium: Issues for Consideration in Tertiary Training Program.Leong, Sam (Editor). Music Education Research & Development for a New Millennium: Proceedings of the XX Annual Conference. Sydney: AARME, 1998: 34-4.http://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=753678774980301;res=IELHSS
Teaching Teachers to Use Technology in the Music Classroom: A Model for in-service Training.Weidenbach, Vanda (Editor). Conceptualising Music Education Research: Proceedings of the XVIII Annual Conference. Sydney: AARME, 1997: 93-96.
Papers presented without review
Social Cognitive Theory and a Music Technology Based Composition Task: Insights from the Classroom Teacher's Perspective.Forrest, David (Editor). Celebration of Voices: XV National Conference Proceedings, A. Parkville, Vic.: Australian Society for Music Education, 2005: 294.http://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=814353415587135;res=IELHSS
An Eclectic Approach to the Use of Music Technology in the Classroom: Audio, Visual and the Electronic Portfolio; Ideas That Differentiate for the Different Needs, Levels and Learning Styles of Your Students. Forrest, David (Editor). Celebration of Voices: XV National Conference Proceedings, A. Parkville, Vic.: Australian Society for Music Education, 2005: 304.
The Relationship between Performance Efficacy and the Self-regulation Skills of Secondary Students When Composing with Music Technology.Smith, Robert (Editor). Conference Proceedings: Over the Top; the Impact of Cultural Learning in Our Own and Neighbouring Communities in the Evolution of Australian Music Education. Parkville, Vic.: Australian Society for Music Education, 2003: 134.http://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=804720169446645;res=IELHSS
Teaching, Learning and Technology: New Sounds for the Next Century.Gifford, Edward F (Editor); Brown, Andrew Robert (Editor); Thomas, Adrian (Editor). ASME XI National Conference Proceedings: New Sounds for a New Century. Brisbane, Qld.: Australian Society for Music Education, 1997: 215-220.http://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=068432624454399;res=IELHSS
The Use of Music Technology in the N.S.W. High School Teacher Perspective's and Curriculum Direction.Lee, Helen (Editor); Barrett, Margaret (Editor). Honing the Craft: Improving the Quality of Music Education; Conference Proceedings of the Australian Society for Music Education, 10th National Conference. Hobart, Tas: Artemis Publishing, 1995: 192-197.
Music Let's Hear It! Science Press
In this book we wrote a two year course for students to study the core concepts of music, embedded with over 100 listening examples to use. Many students studying the HSC Music Course in Stage 6 of the NSW Syllabus have used this resource. www.sciencepress.com.au
Music Let's Do It! - Science Press
Many years ago there was a need to develop an accessible and relevant Year 7-8 textbook for secondary music in Australia. This textbook has become a widely used resource for many schools and is still widely used. It is linked to the NSW Stage 4 syllabus. www.sciencepress.com.au