• 2011 “Walking the tightrope: an inquiry into English for academic purposes” in Crossing culturesjourneys in ESL/EFL writing (edited Phan Le Ha and Bradley Baurain, publisher: Emerald : UK.)
  • 2011 “Is all that glitters gold? The implications of persistent tropes in discourse of technology enhanced learning” in Enhancing pedagogy, engagement and empowerment in education: creating learning-friendly environments (editor: Thao Le, publisher IGI Global Publisher).
  • 2010 Matthew Piscioneri, Jim Hlavac and Jim Peterson. (2010). “Technology Enhanced Learning: The Reading Challenge,” Asia Pacific Collaborative Education Journal (VI: 1, 2010), pp. 50-76.
  • 2010 Jim Hlavac, Jim Peterson & Matthew Piscioneri. (2010). “Time commitments and allocated time for study: evidence from Arts and Education students in Australia”, Education & Training Journal, accepted for publication early 2011 (rated A+ journal)
  • 2010 Jim Hlavac, Jim Peterson & Matthew Piscioneri. (2010). “Hard-copy or electronic? Arts and Education students’ use of and preferences for different modes of learning materials”. Proceedings of the 24th Asian Association of Open Universities (AAOU), Hanoi, Vietnam, 26/10-29/10/10.
  • 2010 Matthew Piscioneri, Jim Hlavac & Jim Peterson; “The Minimalist Reading Model: Rethinking Reading Lists In Arts And Education Subjects”  to Arts And Humanities In Higher Educationsubmitted 2010 (in peer review)
  • 2010 Jim Hlavac, Jim Peterson & Matthew Piscioneri, “Electronic And/Or Hard Copy Resources: Arts And Education Students’ Frequency Of Use For Different Modes Of Learning Materials”Australasian Journal Of Educational Technology, submitted 2010 (in peer review).
  • 2010  Jim Hlavac, Jim Peterson & Matthew Piscioneri; “International And Local Students’ Use Of Hard-Copy And Electronic Learning Resources: Evidence From Arts And Education Students In Australia” International Education Journal, submitted 2010 (in peer review)