|Employer:||University of New England (Australia)|
Initially, a primary school teacher, then entered the technical and further education field (TAFENSW), moved on to tertiary educational designer, and educational consultant to business and industry, now bringing it all together in research.
- BA (Sociology) — University of Maine-Orono (USA)
- MSc (Curriculum & Instruction) — University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA)
- Graduate Diploma — (Computer-Based Learing) University of Technology Sydney (AU)
- M Ed (Online Learning) — University of Southern Queensland (AU)
- PhD (Conceptual Change & Decision-making in Interactive Networked Learning) — Macquarie University-Sydney (AU)
As you can see in my profile, I work for the University of New England. I am a Research Fellow with DEHub. My primary focus in this role is Community and Online Learning. We are interested in distance education, which no longer really means that teacher and student need think of themselves as being 'distant'. I prefer to think of the new term of 'ubiquitous' learning as more encompassing. Of course, we are also beginning a new direction of considering the learners and their creation of a 'personal learning environment' PLE as the next generation of acknowledging that we each build our own knowledge by choosing when and how we will learn something.
I am very interested in making contacts around the world to investigate numerous topics. I have added my name to the DE Hub Research Networks list. Please add yours and suggest a strategy for collaborating.
Feedback & Notes from my WikiNeighboursAlternative Teaching methods and add your comments, criticisms, more methods, or reflections. Just try it. Cheers, Phil. --Phil Bartle 10:44, 15 December 2009 (UTC)
(: Great start Cherry and welcome to wikieducator. --dragonsinger57 20:21, 25 September 2009 (UTC))
(: Well done, Cherry. Great start. Download the "cheatsheet" from the Workshop schedule on the workshop main page. This will help you improve your page even further. I have certified you, Level 1, Apprentice. Well done. Warm wishes,--Patricia 03:54, 25 September 2009 (UTC))
- Click on the link EL4C30.
- The page that will open is the workshop page with all the links you will be using during the workshop.
- See your name in the list of participants.
- Whenever you have time click on each of the boxes.
- You may even start with Day 1 activities.
- Enjoy the workshop.