Belinda Tynan: Research and Development
Belinda Tynan has responsibility for various research and projects in research and development related to the DEHub Themes. She is involved in several projects related to the use and impact of web-based technologies. More specifically, she is investigating issues and challenges of workload in using technologies with colleagues at ACU, USQ and CQUniversity and more details of this project can be found on the collaboration area of this wiki.
Under this sub-theme, research will investigate the systemic delivery strategies; the role of institutional partnerships in developing transnational programs; and the impact of ICT convergence on conventional education and distance education institutions (hybrid/blended or mixed mode)
- eDST: Decision Support Tools for Multi-Disciplinary Applications in Higher Education
- A systematic review and environmental analysis of the use of 3D immersive virtual worlds in Australian Universities
- e-Teaching Leadership: Planning and Implementing a Benefits-Oriented Costs Model for Technology Enhanced Learning (ALTC Funded project 2009-2011 $220,000)