A number of the web links below are broken because of changes within organisations and the technology they use for e-learning.
Since early 2007 I have been employed by Central Queensland University in a role designed to help academics improve their learning and teaching.
In the 2nd half of 2006 I moved to teaching Information Systems courses. I’m currently coordinating COIS20025, Systems Development Overview. I’m likely to be involved with this course for the next year or so, at the least. As part of this I’ve adapted some past CQU material into a PDF explaning how to develop entity relationship diagrams. This link is being included as part of an experiment with free content and its google ranking.
For the first half of 2006 I coordinated the course COIT11134, Procedural Programming.
From March to June 2005 I am coordinating COIT11134 Programming B (C++)
From July-Oct 2004 I will be providing the lectures, tutorials and labs for two courses
- COIT11133, Programming A – main course site – My local site
- COIT11134, Programming B – main course site – My local site
In July-Oct 2002 I was involved with two courses
- MMST11002, Constructing Cyberspace
I’m running a single tute for Rockhampton students.
- Practical Web Engineering
Running a special topic course for IT students.
During most of this time I was the Faculty of Informatics and Communication’s Teaching and Learning Innovation officer. This basically meant that I was leading the development of Webfuse, the collection of information systems that supported the operations of the faculty.
I was the CQU teacher of the year in 2000 for the work on the following courses.
Way back when I taught