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Creating Connections in Teaching and Learning


reviewed by Robyn Smyth - January 18, 2013

coverTitle: Creating Connections in Teaching and Learning
Author(s): Linda Abawi, Joan Conway, & Robyn Henderson (eds.)
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 161735550X, Pages: 324, Year: 2011
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: January 18, 2013
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16998, Date Accessed: 7/23/2019 1:15:42 AM

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  • Robyn Smyth
    University of Southern Queensland
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    ROBYN SMYTH the Director of Learning and Teaching Services at the University of Southern Queensland where she supervises teams providing professional development and student support for online, face-to-face and blended curricula.

    She has a doctorate investigating large scale educational change and has leveraged off that work, her practice as an Academic Developer working in the higher education sector for more than a decade. Her practice specialises in curriculum design in the distance and online modes including rich media technology in higher education for student centred pedagogies.

    Robyn has been an active researcher using and investigating practice, theory and pedagogy in higher education. Her interests lie in practice and pedagogy of higher degree supervision, and professional development. Using technology to support curriculum design in complex contexts and the potential for rich media, m-learning and synchronous communication tools to support student learning are core research interests. Principally her research is focussed on innovating pedagogy and managing educational change which supports innovation. Recently Robyn led the research team which completed a sector-wide investigation into the sustainability, viability and scalability of rich media technologies in Australian universities funded by the Australian Learning and Teaching Council. She has developed and taught Graduate Certificates in Higher Education in Australia and in Bhutan so is experienced in delivering professional development to academic staff.

 
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