Ian Green

Ian Green

In 2009 I was awarded Apple Distinguished Educator status, based on contributions to innovation in elearning.

Researcher Education & Development

I coordinate the Research Careers section of the Researcher Education & Development unit, based in the Adelaide Graduate Centre, with responsibility for a range of face-to-face workshop sessions, online resources and individual consultations. Our flagship offerings are the Future Research Leaders Program and the Exploring Supervision Program.

Linguistics

I also teach into the Linguistics program, and have coordinated courses in Language & the Ethnography of Communication as well as Language and Communication Planning.

Article

Guerin, C. and Green, I. (2009). The transcultural academic: Cosmopolitanism and the imagined community of the global academy. Journal of the World Universities Forum 2(3): 17-24.

Harvey, M. S., Green, I. & Nordlinger, R. (2006) From prefixes to suffixes: Typological change in Northern Australia. Diachronica 23(2): 289-311.


Book chapter

Green, I. & Nordlinger, R. (2004).Revisiting proto-Mirndi. In Claire Bowern & Harold Koch (eds), Australian languages : classification and the comparative method. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins,  pp. 291-311.

Green, Ian. (2003). The genetic status of Murrinh-patha. In Nicholas Evans (ed), The non-Pama-Nyungan languages of northern Australia : comparative studies of the continent’s most linguistically complex region. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics, pp. 125-158.


Conference paper

Guerin, C. and Green, I. (2010, April 19-23). Team supervision: A new era in supervisor and candidate relations? International Doctoral Education Research Network (IDERN) Invitational Meeting on Connecting the Local, Regional and Global in Doctoral Education Research, Putrajaya, Malaysia.

Guerin, C. and Green, I. (2009, December 8-10). Research supervision and internationalisation: Belonging to the global academy. Society for Research into Higher Education on Challenging Higher Education: Knowledge, policy and practice, Newport, UK.

Guerin, C. and Green, I. (2009, July 6-9). Culture, community and cosmopolitanism: The international student experience. Poster presentation at the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA) Conference on The Student Experience, Darwin, NT.

Guerin, C. and Green, I. (2009, January). Transcultural supervision: EAL supervisors and their research students. Virtual presentation at the World Universities Forum, Mumbai, India. Accessed at http://2009.ontheuniversity.com/sessions/index.html

Carrington, Allan and Green, Ian.(2007).Just in time teaching revisited: Using e-assessment and rapid e-learning to empower face to face teaching. Poster presentation, ICT: Providing choices for learners and learning. Proceedings ascilite Singapore 2007: pp.129-131.


Technical report

Millea, J., Green, Ian & Putland, G. 2005. Emerging Technologies: a framework for thinking Canberra: ACT Dept of Education & Training. Archived at: http://www.det.act.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0010/74485/ACT_EmTech_Report_v1_2.pdf

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Entry last updated: Tuesday, 11 May 2010