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Research Biography

I currently hold the position of Senior Lecturer in Higher Education: First Year Undergraduate Teaching Adviser, a role that provides me with the opportunity to draw on my knowledge and experience to lead initiatives with as well as support staff who work with first year students. I have worked in higher education for over 20 years in both Australia and England, as a lecturer and in libraries (in a range of different roles). I have also tutored and worked as a research assistant on various projects which explored: support for first year students; preparing academics to teach in universities and redeveloping curriculum. I am committed to ensuring university teaching provides students from a diverse range of backgrounds with opportunities to succeed, my current role builds on this commitment.

In May 2011 my doctoral thesis titled "The knowledge economy goes to work: a critical analysis of policy and practice in Australian Technology Network universities and their libraries" was conferred by UniSA. The thesis utilises aspects of critical discourse analysis to explore policy and practice in higher education.

Research Interests

  • Policy issues related to higher education
  • Transitioning into and across university
  • Pedagogical principles and practices related to the teaching of adults
  • Equity in higher education

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