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Information about participants

Page history last edited by Leitha.Delves@uwa.edu.au 11 years, 5 months ago

The following is a list of people taking part in the national roundtable.

 

If you would like to provide a link to your website or email address, or a short introduction and outline of your work and interest in this area, please do so here... 

 

Participants:

  • Matthew Allen, Curtin University of Technology

ALTC Teaching Fellow 2008; Head of Department, Internet Studies.

Matthew is currently working on various aspects of the use of social media and Web 2.0 in higher education, with both conceptual and practical outcomes. He can be contacted at m.allen@curtin.edu.au; his current work, including papers and presentations, is available at http://netcrit.net; follow Matthew @netcrit. His ALTC Project is at http://altc-link.wikidot.com

  • Greg Battye, University of Canberra
  • Robyn Benson, Monash University
  • Tracey Bretag, University of South Australia
  • Jenny Buckworth, Northern Territory Department of Education and Training
  • Denise Chalmers, University of Western Australia
  • Julian Cox, University of New South Wales
  • Geoffrey Crisp, University of Adelaide
  • Leitha Delves, University of Western Australia

Student Projects Manager, The Multimedia Centre, Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

As a specialist in learning technologies I work in collaboration with teaching staff in the Faculty to facilitate the use of Web 2.0 and other educational technologies within their units and evaluate their effectiveness. Member of the UWA eLearning Interest Group, and UWA Web 2.0 Community. About to present a paper at ASCILITE 2009 in Auckland titled "Expanding to fit the (blog)space: Enhancing Social Work education through online technologies."  

  • Marcia Devlin, Deakin University
  • Jacqui Ewart, Griffith University

Author of Haneef: A Question of Character, find more information at www.jacquiewart.blogspot.com and a list of some of my publications at http://www.griffith.edu.au/arts-languages-criminology/school-humanities/staff/dr-jacqui-ewart My current research interests include talkback radio, media audiences, media representation of ethnic and religious groups, technologies and journalism, journalism and cultural change. I've trialled the use of Twitter as an assessment tool in a first year journalism course this year.

  • Glenn Finger, Griffith University
  • Robert Fitzgerald, University of Canberra
  • Merrilyn Goos, University of Queensland
  • Scott Grant, Monash University
  • Ashley Holmes, CQUniversity Australia

Member: Blended & Online Learning Special Interest Group within the Learning and Teaching Education Research Centre (LTERC) at CQUniversity. Program Coordinator: Bachelor of Multimedia Studies. Course Developer: Interactivity & Social Networks. Course Coordinator: Collaborative Multimedia Project.

  • Chris Hughes, University of New South Wales
  • David Jones, Central Queensland University

E-Learning and Innovation Specialist meant to provide strategic advice and leadership in learning and teaching innovation, primarily in the area of e-learning. Publications, thoughts and other information from http://davidtjones.wordpress.com 

  • Marjorie Kibby, University of Newcastle
  • Mark J.W. Lee, Charles Sturt University

Adjunct Senior Lecturer with the School of Education at Charles Sturt University, and with the DEHub Research Centre at the University of New England. Current research interests include the use of Web 2.0 in higher education teaching, learning and assessment; mobile learning (m-learning); and 3D virtual learning environments - see http://csusap.csu.edu.au/~malee/publications.html for a list of publications. My book, Web 2.0-based e-learning: Applying social informatics for tertiary teaching, co-edited with Catherine McLoughlin, is scheduled for publication in May 2010.

  • Siobhan Lenihan, Australian Learning and Teaching Council
  • Catherine McLoughlin, Australian Catholic University
  • Beverley Oliver, Curtin University of Technology
  • Kaz Ross, University of Tasmania
  • Alison Ruth, Griffith University

Lecturer in Informatics, currently at Griffith University.  Paper on ‘The wiki way of learning’ describing current project (in fourth year).  Focus on wikis for learning, creating shared information repositories, and learning as process.

  • Belinda Tynan, University of New England
  • Arthur Winzenried, Charles Sturt University
  • Katina Zammit, University of Western Sydney
  • Lynette Zeeng, Swinburne University of Technology

 

Remote Participants and International Advisory Group Members

  • Bill Anderson, University of Otago, New Zealand
  • David Boud, University of Technology Sydney
  • Francesca Collins, Monash University

Lecturer in Behavioural Studies, Faculty of Arts, Monash University

Co-ordinator BHS3000 Digital Selves

  • Keith Comer, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
  • Christian Dalsgaard, Aarhus University, Denmark
  • Bobby Elliott, Scottish Qualifications Authority, UK

Qualifications Manager. Author of Assessment 2.0.

Interesting and important project. Good luck on Monday. Modernising assessment is as important as modernising teaching and learning -- and we don't really know how to do either.

  • Tom Franklin, Franklin Consulting, UK
  • Denise Kirkpatrick, Open University, UK
  • Adrian Kirkwood, Open University, UK
  • David Nicol, University of Strathclyde, UK
  • John Potter, Institute of Education, University of London, UK
  • Royce Sadler, Griffith University
  • Mary Simpson, University of Otago, New Zealand

 

 

  Project team members:

  • Kathleen Gray (Project Leader), The University of Melbourne
  • Jenny Waycott (Project Manager), The University of Melbourne
  • Rosemary Clerehan, Monash University
  • Margaret Hamilton, RMIT University
  • Joan Richardson, RMIT University
  • Judithe Sheard, Monash University
  • Celia Thompson, The University of Melbourne

 

 Roundtable facilitator:

  • Alex Radloff, Consultant

 

 

Project Research Assistants:

  • Ardis Cheng, The University of Melbourne
  • Nilma Perera, The University of Melbourne
  • Asma Md Ali, RMIT University
  • Paulette Kelly, RMIT University

 

Comments (3)

k.zammit@uws.edu.au said

at 1:39 pm on Nov 20, 2009

Can I be added to the list??
Katina Zammit, university of western sydney

Kathleen Gray said

at 1:55 pm on Nov 20, 2009

All set, Katina; thanks for letting us know. See you Monday :)

jacqui ewart said

at 1:34 pm on Nov 22, 2009

Apologies for 'editing the side bar! It's fixed now and I promise not to touch it again. Regards Jacqui Ewart

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