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Andrew Chambers

Website: elearningthoughts.posterous.com

Personal Statement


Personal Statement

I started my career in 1990 working for Waikato university in New Zealand as a support officer. I gained experience in Online Learning working from 1995-2000 at Massey University in the distance education centre as an eLearning support consultant advising staff on integration of technology into distance and face to face courses as well as developing the LMS system, associated training and support structures. I joined what is now the Learning & Teaching department at the University of New South Wales in 2001 carrying out a mixture of support, training and teaching consultancy. My present role focuses on the professional development of staff in the area of educational technology.

I also co-teach a year 2 course in e-learning that is aimed at year 7 through 12 teachers. Of all my work over the last 18 years this has taught me more about learning and technology than anything else I have ever done.

Education-wise, I have just completed a Masters in Education and also hold qualifications in elearning, user support and undergrad psychology. I am presently enrolled in a Doctoral degree in education. Area of focus relates to learning and cognition.


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