Panos Vlachopoulos



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Professor Panos Vlachopoulos is Deputy Dean Education and Employability in the Faculty of Arts at Macquarie University.  Panos is an academic educator  with 15 years of international experience in the area of Higher Education Development. He has led large-scale curriculum development projects in the UK, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Greece and Australia. He developed a learning design methodology for team-based curriculum design, a framework for reflection in professional learning and has taught for numerous years in areas of Technology-Enhanced Learning and Teaching. Panos is a member of numerous professional organisations and a reviewer for journals in technology-enhanced learning and higher education studies. 

Research interests

His current research focuses on online learning design, social network analysis, reflective practice and digital professional skill.

Education/Academic qualification

Higher Education, Senior Fellowship, Higher Education Academy

Award Date: 31 Dec 2017

Higher Education, PhD, Online Learning, University of Aberdeen

Award Date: 28 Nov 2008

Education, Master in Education, Communication, Technology and Education, University of Manchester

Award Date: 20 Nov 2002

Philosophy & Pedagogy, Bachelor of Arts, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Award Date: 13 Jul 2001

Project Management , Certificate, Prince2 Methodology, IXL Group International

External positions

Commissioned author , Oxford University Press - Academic

2017 → …

Co-Editor, Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice


Consultant, The Centre for the Greek Language

2007 → …


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