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I am a senior lecturer in the School of Computing as well as the Faculty of Science and Engineering chair of the Human Research Ethics (sub-) Committee (HREC). My background is varied, having been interested in human and physical geography (the latter discipline now called environmental science), I have also passed through librarianship and am now in the discipline of information systems (FoRC 4609, formerly 0806), which is the human side of computing. Information systems typically focuses on issues surrounding the management of IT, or human factors in the design of IT, or at a technical level the use and design of databases or service-oriented systems. My current research fits in the first area and more specifically focuses on knowledge management, organisational learning and human capital.

Education/Academic qualification

Higher Education, GradCertEdStud, Education, University of Sydney

2 Feb 200930 Nov 2009

Award Date: 2 Feb 2010

Information Systems, PhD, Knowledge Management Implications of Articulable Tacit Knowledge: Case Studies on its Diffusion, Macquarie University

29 Mar 199918 Mar 2004

Award Date: 29 May 2005

Information Systems, BComp (Hons I), A Strategic Plan for Data Communications Networking: Tasmania Health, University of Tasmania

1 Feb 199330 Nov 1993

Award Date: 9 Apr 1994

Information Systems, GradDipSci, Information Systems, University of Tasmania

15 Jan 199230 Nov 1992

Award Date: 5 May 1993

Librarianship, MA, German-Born Persons and their use of Public Library Resources in Melbourne: A Case Study, Monash University

15 Jan 198930 Jan 1991

Award Date: 17 Oct 1991

Geography (Physical + Human); German, BA, Geography and German, The University of Adelaide

28 Feb 198630 Nov 1988

Award Date: 2 May 1989


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