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Researcher Education & Development
Adelaide Graduate Centre
University of Adelaide
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Level 6, Wyatt Building
115 Grenfell St Adelaide
About IAN GREEN
Ian Green has a PhD in Linguistics from the Australian National University, and undertakes research and consultancy work in the fields of education, e-learning and Australian Indigenous languages. He has a general interest in the language, culture and cognition nexus, and has particular expertise in dealing with cross-cultural communication issues in academic and educational settings.
Ian has extensive managerial experience in higher education, having held a series of previous positions with key responsibilities for departmental and/or institutional change and development. These include:
Director, Riawunna Centre for Aboriginal Studies (University of Tasmania)
- Associate Dean, Teaching & Learning, Arts Faculty (University of Tasmania)
- Director, Graduate School (University of Tasmania)
- Director, Centre for Aboriginal Languages & Linguistics (Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education)
He has also worked as a higher education e-learning consultant with education.au, a national ministerial advisory body. At the University of Adelaide Ian's main focus is now on the development and implementation of researcher education programs for academic staff.
Current Research Projects in Education
The Digital Thesis
ERGA Conference, 20th September 2007
Suzanne Donaldson (ITS, University of
Adelaide), Angela Mills (Library, University of Adelaide) and I are
undertaking research into the Digital Thesis.
We presented some interim
suggestions about the future developments for digital theses, and the
consequent challenges and opportunities for thesis examination, at the ERGA Conference,
held at the University of Adelaide on 19th & 20th September 2007.
You can download the abstract and the powerpoint presentation via the
links below, but please remember that these are in-progress studies -
please let us know if you wish to cite them.
Download ERGA Conference Abstract
Download ERGA PowerPoint Presentation
Watch this space for more in-progress material on this topic.