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Darren Pullen

Website: http://fcms.its.utas.edu.au/educ/educ/pagedetails.asp?lpersonId=3583

Personal Statement


Personal Statement

I am currently a tenured lecturer teaching ICT, Multiliteracies and Professional Studies in the Faculty of Education at the University of Tasmania, Australia. My background is that of a Research Fellow and clinician in the health sector, ICT consultant and educator. My research interest is in the management of change processes with a particular interest in the micro-meso-macro level relationships between technology innovations and human-machine (humachine) relationships and interactions. I have published in international publications including articles in international refereed journals, invited book chapters, an ongoing educational technology newsletter (published triannually). Together with Dr David Cole (UTS) I've edited two books. The first Multiliteracies and Technology enhanced Education: Social Practice and the Global Classroom published in 2009 by IGI Global and the second Multiliteracies in Motion: Current Theory and Practice published by Routledge also in 2009. I am also first editor for a third book Technoliteracy, Discourse and Social Practice: Frameworks and Applications in the Digital Age with Margaret Baguley (USQ) and Christina Gitsaki (UQ) to be published by Information Science Reference  late 2009.

Current research interests and PhD studies are in the role that STS (Science and Technological Studies), in particular structurANTion theory, might play in contributing to our understanding of ICT and organisational change. I have worked as an academic and practitioner, focusing on how to integrate ICT development and organisational change, especially within formal and continuing education. To that end my field of study and practice has centred on working with multi-professional teams including practitioners, managers, and ICT technicians in affecting integrated organisational development and change


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