Ms Liz Heathcote
|Position||Manager, Learning Enhancement|
|Org Unit||Learning Technologies Team|
|Telephone||+61 8 8313 2472|
|Mobile||+61 4 2336 6508|
Liz Heathcote has a professional background in instructional design, project management, change management and leadership in educational technologies. Liz has managed educational technology at several universities as well as organizational change projects, during a career spanning 20 years in education and technology; a path that started as a language teacher in a school that mandated laptops for all students. Liz has held various positions in Australia, France, Singapore and Canada as a teacher, instructional/ curriculum designer, manager of educational software development, technology manager and consultant within universities and training organizations.
Master of Business Administration (MBA), Queensland University of Technology
Advanced Diploma in Computer Studies (& International Higher Diploma in Computer Studies), Informatics Computer School (Singapore), validated by the University of Oxford.
Graduate Diploma in Education, University of Adelaide.
Bachelor of Arts, University of Adelaide.
Heathcote, L & Palmer E (2016). Designing a Review of the Learning Management System. In S. Barker, S. Dawson, A. Pardo, & C. Colvin (Eds.), Show Me The Learning. Proceedings ASCILITE 2016. Adelaide (pp. 261-266).
Lockyer L, Heathcote E & Dawson SP (2013), Informing Pedagogical Action: Aligning Learning Analytics with Learning Design. American Behavioural Scientist, XX:X (pp. 1-21).
Heathcote, E & Dawson S P (2012), The Case for an Innovations Framework for Technology-Enabled Learning Environments. In Ho K., Scott R., Jarvis-Selinger S., Novak Lauscher H., Cordeiro J. (eds). Technology Enabled Knowledge Translation for eHealth. New York: Springer.
Dawson S P, Heathcote L & Poole G (2010) Harnessing ICT potential: The adoption and analysis of ICT systems for enhancing the student learning experience. International Journal of Educational Management, 24:2, pp. 116 – 128.
Lockyer L, Dawson S, & Heathcote L (2010). Web 2.0 in Higher Education : blurring social networks and learning networks. Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications, pp. 2454-2461.
Dawson S, Bakharia A, & Heathcote E (2010). SNAPP : Realising the affordances of real-time SNA within networked learning environments. In L. Dirckinck-Holmfeld, V. Hodgson, C. Jones, M. de Laat, D. McConnell, & T. Ryberg (Eds.), 7th International Conference on Networked Learning (pp. 125-133).
Sharif A, Heathcote L, & Scalzo D (2008). Making accessibility accessible for online course development, 2. In Canadian Network for Innovation in Education (CNIE) conference.
Heathcote E & Dawson S P (2008), Have you heard? The role of rumour during organisational change processes, International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, 8:2, pp. 273-284.
Heathcote, E, & Taylor, P G (2007). The potential contribution of change management literature to understand and support student transitions. HERDSA 2007 Enhancing Higher Education Theory and Scholarship. Adelaide, South Australia.
Heathcote, E (2006), Learning design templates – a pedagogical just-in-time support tool. In Proceedings of the JISC Online Conference, UK, Learning Design E-Book.
Heathcote, E & Dawson S (2005), Data mining for evaluation, benchmarking & reflective practice in a LMS. In G. Richards (Ed.), Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2005 (pp. 326-333). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
Heathcote, E & Prakash, S (2004), What your learning management system is telling you about supporting your teachers, in Proceedings of the International Conference of Information Communication Technologies in Education (ICICTE, Athens).
Particular interests are learning activity design in online environments and change management in higher education, including how innovation is managed as a change process.
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