Ken Eustace - Adjunct Senior Lecturer

Professional/Personal Notes
Research and Consultancy
Teaching Portfolio
Community Service

Ken Eustace

Building/Office: 001, Room 115
Electronic mail:
Telephone:  +61 2 6933 2832 Cyber Security Research Group
Facsimile:   +61 2 6933 2080 MOO Research (1994-2005):  ISPG telelearning environments
Mobile:      +61 413 363 229 Health Services Research
This ePortfolio CV site: Cyber Consultant (NIE Group) ABN 15 485 548 582
Linked In  page: link
Facebook page: link
Twitter: #keustace link


BSc ANU, GradDipEd (UTS Kuring-gai)., GradDipAppSc(Computing) CSturt, MA (Paideia)*, PhD (Paideia Stichting)#, MACCE, MAAE, FWCEF.

* The Master of Arts in Liberal and Policy Studies is an interdisciplinary master's degree with interdisciplinary curricular flexibility via a Master's thesis or capstone project, by part-time enrollment via online study.
Accredited in the Netherlands, Switzerland and is the first degree awarded in Australia with a registered onlinel university, 1995.

Ken was the 1st Australian academic to be awarded an online degree Master of Arts (MA) from Paideia "Virtual University" The Australian (6 Sept, 1995
The curriculum coursework and thesis portfolio is publicly archived at
PhD (General and Technological Studies) from
Paideia Stichting's Schools on Borders and Journeys (13 December 2003) for the project titled "The Learning Journey as interpretive research into teaching practice" which was carried out with the Global Net Institute for Border Research, Amsterdam.

Professional/Personal Notes

Ken Eustace has worked at Charles Sturt University from 1992 and is continuing as an Adjunct Senior Lecturer in the School of Computing and Mathematics from the end of February 2015. He was research leader in Learning and Teaching Technologies at Australia's First MOO site: AussieMOO at Charles Sturt University, ISPG and Paideia from 1994 - 2000 and is a member of the Cyber Security Research Group and Health Services Research Groups. Currently works part-time as a contracted Adjunct Senior Lecturer at Charles Sturt University, Cyber Consultant (NIE) and Adjunct Professor of the WCEF.

AussieMOO logowas a pioneer global online education environment used around the world in adult and teacher education, an inspirational and innovative work by James and Geoff Fellows. One example of its impacts was this postgraduate study by Jean-Manuel Grob titled Étude d'un MOO.

Ken has published 63 papers in several international journals, presented papers at international conferences, and has much practical experience with Web technologies, ICT Security (WiFi Survey 2013 in Hong Kong), Social Networking and Online communities for business, education and aged health care. He teaches Programming Principles (Python) and IT project-based capstone subjects at postgraduate level. With over twenty years experience in transnational, inter-professional and alternative education since 1993, Ken has had continuing international ICT teaching and consulting experiences in the Asia-Pacific region in greater China (Changchun), Hong Kong SAR, Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur), Singapore, Sri Lanka (Colombo) and in the United Kingdom (London).

In September 2013, Ken was presented with a CSU Faculty of Business Learning & Teaching Award with Diane Lane for Online Subject Innovation, followed by a School of Computing & Mathematics Award for Teaching Excellence in December 2013. In April 2014 he was presented with an Educator of the Year Award by Web Consortium Education Foundation, Hong Kong SAR in April 2014. Then came a School of Computing & Mathematics Sessional Teaching Excellence Award in February 2018. Ken continues to work on developing frameworks in cyber security by integrating the techniques of data mining, social network analysis, visualisation and machine learning (TensorFlow in Python) as well as assistive technology for digital literacy development and smart aging. His research interests are inter-disciplinary and include these FoR codes below, as used by HERDC :

Ken is a professional member of the:

Celebrating 24 years of learning & teaching with and about the World-Wide Web

The Internet Special Projects Group (ISPG), now a part of CRiCS at CSU was founded by Philip Tsang, Sandy Tze, Geoff Fellows and Ken Eustace in 1994; In May 2014 it will be 20 years since Ken presented an ISPG paper co-authored with Geoff Fellows and Philip Tsang titled: Mosaic/WWW experiences with library science students in a Macintosh computer laboratory environment. at the 1st International World-Wide-Web Conference - WWW '94, Geneva, Switzerland, May 25-27, 1994 - paving the way for teaching and learning on the Web as it is today, as at the time there were only 350 Web servers in the world. back then we coded in HTML and saved as .html files (.htm for file extension name length challenged operating systems) as plain text and "Landing Pages" were "Home Pages". The three days in Geneva were attended by 380 participants from all over the world. The Teaching and Learning with the Web Workshop was organised by a team that included Daniel Schneider who managed the workshop Website, the logo below and its archive.

  • Marcus Speh - Deutsches Elektronen Synchotron (DESY) and GNA
  • Daniel Peraya & Daniel Schneider - TECFA, School of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of Geneva.
  • Kenneth Hensarling - Honolulu Community College
  • One of the participant's was the alternative adult education innovator Dr Malcolm McAfee and his paper about Paideia as the World's First "Online University": Paideia offering Arts degrees.
    The papers are archived at TECFA - an academic unit in the field of educational technology in the School of Psychology and Education, University of Geneva.

    Learning & Teaching on the Web at WWW94

    The ISPG research program had began in 1993 with the Web as a new learning technology, then with work on Web interfaces to agricultural research information, extension technology, Web 2.0 collaborative technologies, and the business opportunities of online communities as expressed through the Silo Project (the Online Farm Community at at Charles Sturt University in late 1995. Ken continues to work with ISPG members, Philip, Sandy and Geoff as well as network with other colleagues around the Asia-Pacific on the use of ICT environments in e-learning and continuing professional development, HCI and computer supported cooperative work (CSCW). Since 1994, teaching and research with telelearning environments began with MOO (enCore), ZOPE, MOODLE, Drupal, Joomla, Wordpress and the rollout of CSU Interact (Sakai and Blackboard) as part of the wave of Web 2.0 technologies and social networking in education. Since 2010 the use of ICT in learning and teaching included PebblePad for ePortfolios and Adobe Connect for live classroom action. Current scholarly research is examining MOOC models under the working title of "MOOC Matrix" and the use special online classes for short courses.


    1. Eustace, K., Allen, S. & McAfee, M. (2018). Social Media eBook. Retrieved from KKFEZ Associates:
    2. Eustace, K. Islam, R., Tsang, P. & Fellows, G. (2017). Human Factors, Self-awareness and Intervention Approaches in Cyber Security when using Mobile Devices and Social Networks,  International Workshop on Applications and Techniques in Cyber Security (ATCS). SecureComm 2017. October 22-25. Niagara Falls, Canada.
    3. Harvie, G., Eustace, K. & Burmeister, O. (2016). Assistive Technology Devices For The Oldest Old: Maintaining Independence For The Fourth Age. 12th IFIP TC9 12th Human Choice & Computers Conference, 7th-9th Sept 2016. Salford UK.
    4. Harvie, G., Burmeister, O. & Eustace, K. (2014). Bringing the Oldest-Old into the Digital Age: Overcoming Challenges of Mobility, Literacy and Learning. 13th National Conference of Emerging Researchers in Ageing, 24 - 25 November, Flinders University, Adelaide
    5. Tsang, P. & Eustace, K. (2014). Educational and Social Implications from a Longitudinal WiFi Security Study (2002-2014). Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Technologies (InfoTech 2014). September 18-19, Bulgaria.
    6. Eustace, K., & Burmeister, O. (2013). Ethics and Governance of ICT-based social engagement in institutional aged care. Paper presented at the Seventh Australian Institute of Computer Ethics Conference (AiCE), December 3, Burwood: Proceedings
    7. Eustace, K. (2013). Building and Sustaining a Lifelong Adult Learning Network, in A.A. Ozok and P. Zaphiris (Eds.): OCSC/HCII 2013, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 8029, pp. 260–268, 2013, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
    8. Eustace, K. (2011). Building an Effective Online Learning Community: An Ethnographic Study, in R. Kwan et al. (Eds.): ICT 2011, Communications in Computer and Information Sciences, CCIS 177, pp. 226–242, 2011, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
    9. Tripathi, P., Ranjan, J., Pandeya, T., Eustace, K. & Tsang, P. (2010). A Competency-Based Management System for Academics using a PAKS-based model Expert System, In F. L. Wang, O. Au, S. C. Kong, & F. Kling (Eds.), Hybrid learning 2.0: Broadening horizons (pp. 1-12). Beijing: Beijing Normal University, China 2010.
    10. Kwan, R., White, B., Tse, S. & Eustace, K. (2009) (eds). ICT2009 Conference special issue. Interactive Technology and Smart Education. 6 (4). Emerald Group.
    11. Tsang, P. & Eustace, K. (2009). e-Portfolio: An outcome-based approach to learning and teaching, Proceedings of the 2009 International Conference on ICT in Teaching & Learning, Hong Kong SAR, July 6-8.
    12. Kwan, R., White, B., Tsang, P., Kwok, P., Eustace, K. & White, C. (2009). IEEE 802.11 WiFi Survey & Visualisation Experiments. Prentice Hall, Singapore.
    13. Eustace, K. (2008). Developing professional ethics through game design and role-play with the Pirate’s code of conduct, Proceedings of the Australian Institute of Computer Ethics (AiCE2008), Deakin University, February 11.
    14. Peacock, T., Fellows, G. & Eustace, K. (2007). The quality and trust of wiki content in a learning community. In ICT: Providing choices for learners and learning. Proceedings ascilite Singapore 2007.
    15. Eustace, K, Mason, C. & Swan, M. (2007). Scupper’s Island: Using game design and role play to learn about professional ethics. In ICT: Providing choices for learners and learning. Proceedings ascilite Singapore 2007.
    16. Lee, M.J.W., Eustace, K., Fellows, G., Bytheway, A. & Irving, L 2006, Rochester Castle MMORPG: Instructional gaming and collaborative learning at a Western Australian school. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, AJET 21(4).
    17. Lee, M.J.W., Eustace, K., Hay, L. & Fellows, G. (2005). Learning to collaborate, collaboratively: An online community building and knowledge construction approach to teaching computer supported collaborative work at an Australian university, Proceedings of the 2005 Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) International Convention, Orlando, FL, October 18-22.
    18. Lee, M.J.W., Eustace, K., Fellows, G., Bytheway, A. & Irving, L. 2005, Using massively-multiplayer online role-playing games to enhance collaborative learning and teaching in the Australian high school classroom. Proceedings of ED-MEDIA 2005 World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications (pp. 2039-2046). Montréal, Canada, June 27-July 2.
    19. Eustace,K., Fellows, G., Bytheway, A., Lee, M. & Irving, L. 2004. The application of massively multiplayer online role playing games to collaborative learning and teaching practice in schools. Proceedings of the 21st ASCILITE Conference. Perth WA. December 5-8, 2004.
    20. Eustace, K., Henri, J. and Meloche, J. 2004, Developments in Tele-learning professional practice in higher education: less teaching, more learning. Electronic Journal of Instructional Science and Technology (E-JIST), 7 (1). ISSN 1324-0781
    21. Eustace, K., 2004, The Learning Journey as Interpretive Research Into Teaching Practice. Proceedings of the Qualitative Research as Interpretive Practice Conference, Albury September 20-21, 2003. Centre for Research into Professional Practice, Learning and Education, RIPPLE, Charles Sturt University, Bathurst, pp136-144. ISBN 1 86467 155 6
    22. Eustace, K., 2004, Turning the tide - e-learning as agent for change!, Proceedings of ASLA NSW 2004 Conference, Sydney, October 22-23, 2004 [Online] Available at
    23. Eustace, K., 2003, Educational value of e-learning in conventional and complementary computing education, Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference of the National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications, Palmerston North, New Zealand. 6 July 2003. [Online]. Available at
    24. Eustace, K., 2003, Making Research Work for You: Responsibilities and Pitfalls, Bulletin of Applied Computing and Information Technology. Vol 1, Issue 1 (November 2003). [Online]. Available at
    25. Eustace, K., 2001, Experimentation in telelearning environments: creating a sense of community for CPERT. Proceedings of the Continuing Professional Education Round Table Fourth World Conference on Continuing Professional Education for the Library and Information Professions. Vermont, USA. August 15-17, 2001.
    26. Eustace, K., Henri, J. & Meloche, J. 2001, Lifelong professional education: a collaborative perspective. Proceedings of the Continuing Professional Education Round Table Fourth World Conference on Continuing Professional Education for the Library and Information Professions. Vermont, USA. August 15-17, 2001. [Presentation version]
    27. Henri, J., Messing, J. and Eustace, K. 2001, Information Literacy and telelearning: a case study of teachers use of an electronic tool. Proceedings of HCI International 2001, 5-10 August, 2001, New Orleans, USA. Vol. 2 pp 725 - 729. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Manwah New Jersey. 5-10 August 2001.
    28. Eustace, K. 2001, Object-oriented conferencing and database publishing as innovative telelearning environments . In Book of Abstracts, WCCE2001: 7th IFIP World Conference on Computers in Education. eds. UNI-C, Copenhagen, Denmark: pp. 235. 29. July - 3 August 2001. Refereed Conference panel session:
    29. Eustace, K., Henri, J., Meloche, J., Henri, F., Munro, R. & Weber, W. 2001, Experimentation in telelearning environments: 3 case studies. In D. Watson & J. Anderson (Eds.), Networking the Learner: Computers in Education: Proceedings of the Seventh IFIP World Conference on Computers in Education (pp. 963-966). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer.
    30. Eustace, K. & Hay, L. 2000, A community and knowledge building model in computer education. In A.E. Ellis (Ed.), Proceedings of the Australasian Conference on Computing Education (pp. 95-102). New York: ACM Press.
    31. Hay, L. and Eustace, K. 2000, Groupware as a knowledge management tool: Possibilities for schools.  Proceedings of Information Services in Schools: ISIS2000 Online Conference, Centre for Studies in Teacher Librarianship, Charles Sturt University, 21 - 31 July, 2000. [Online] Available at
    32. Eustace, K. (1999). User-Centred Design Standards For Agricultural Research Information. Proceedings of OZCHI99: Interfaces for the global community. Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia, 28 - 30 November, 1999.
    33. Eustace, K. (1999). Management techniques and software quality for small-scale Web project developers. Proceedings of WebNet99. AACE World Conference on the WWW and Internet. Honolulu, Hawaii, 24-30 October, 1999.
    34. Eustace, K. (1999). Collaborative electronic environments (CEE) for agricultural extension and professional workgroups. Seminar paper presented via Texas A&M University video conference network from the Texas Woman's University, Denton TX, 21 October, 1999.
    35. Eustace, K and Henri, J. (1999). Using Collaborative electronic environments (CEE) for professional workgroups. Farrer Centre and CSTL Joint Venture. ISPG Research [Online]. Available at
    36. Eustace, K. and Langford, L. (1999). Reflection upon development of online teaching practices. Access, Vol. 13, No. 3, pp 32  - 33. August, 1999.
    37. Eustace, K. (1999). Collaborative electronic environments. Proceedings of Information Services in Schools: ISIS'99 Online Conference, Centre for Studies in Teacher Librarianship, Charles Sturt University, 19 - 29 July, 1999. [Online] Available at
    38. Eustace, K. (1999). Passing the baton: Effective management of an electronic learning community. Proceedings of the NSW CEG Annual Conference 1999, Penrith, NSW. ( July 1999).
    39. Eustace, K. (1999). Do we need online teaching? Teaching and evaluating online tutorials in realtime. CELT Forum 99 paper and workshop. [Online]. Available at Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, 8 -9 February, 1999.
    40. Eustace, K. (1998). Ethnographic study of a virtual learning community. Internet Research: Electronic Networking Applications and Policy. Vol. 8 Number 1, pp 83-84, 1998.
    41. Rochester, M.K. and Eustace, K. (1997). A distance independent/open learning education model for Continuing Professional Education of Librarians. Human Development: Competencies for the Twenty-first Century, Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Continuing Professional Education, The Royal School of Librarianship, Copenhagen, Denmark, pp 1-9,  27-29 August, 1997.
    42. Eustace, K., Johnson, R. and Fellows, G. (1997). SILO Project - Building the Internet for the Farm Community. Proceedings of the Towards 2000 Conference, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, 2-4 July, 1997.
    43. Eustace, K. (1996). Paideia: the Virtual University?. A Case Study in the Proceedings of The Virtual University? Symposium, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, 21-22 November, 1996. [Case studies list]
    44. Murray, P., Samuelson, P. and Eustace, K. (1996). SILO - The Internet for the Riverina Farmer. Proceedings of the 25th Riverina Outlook Conference, Farrer Centre, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, 15 August, 1996.
    45. Eustace, K. (1996). Building the Virtual Community at Paideia. Proceedings of the Inaugural Australian National Symposium on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work, University of Queensland, Brisbane, 30 August, 1996.
    46. Eustace, K. (1996).  MOOving around the net : Real to Virtual and back again. In Hay, L. & Henri, J. (1996). A Meeting of the Minds: ITEC Virtual Conference Proceedings, pp139-142, ASLA Press Belconnen, ACT.
    47. Eustace, K. (1996).  Rural Access to the Internet. In Hay, L. & Henri, J. (1996). A Meeting of the Minds: ITEC Virtual Conference Proceedings, pp219-232, ASLA Press Belconnen, ACT..
    48. Eustace, K. (1996).  On the global grapevine: Real to Virtual and back again, CRCV Project 4.1.1, Cooperative Links in Tertiary Education, [Using Communication technologies in support of the teaching of viticulture], Cooperative Research Centre for Viticulture at Wagga Wagga, April 23, 1996.
    49. Eustace, K. (1996).  Study and Composition in Cyberspace at AussieMOO, Proceedings of The Virtual Classroom: Writing Across the Internet Conference, University of California at Berkeley, March 16, 1996.
    50. Eustace, K. (1996). Going my way: Beyond the WEB and the MOO in the library. Australian Library Review. Vol. 13 Number 1, pp 44-53, February, 1996.
    51. Eustace, K. (1995).  Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners. In Considering University Teaching 1, pp 10-11, Meyenn, B., Parker, J. and Pennay, B. (eds) Charles Sturt University, November, 1995.
    52. Altas, I. and Eustace, K.(1995).  A Balancing Act for Distance Education: Mathematics, Proceedings of Asia-Pacific World Wide Web Conference, Sydney, Australia, September 18-21, 1995.
    53. Eustace, K. (1995). Redefining the Walls of the Classroom. Proceedings of Expanding the Horizons Conference, Bond University, Gold Coast, Australia, August 23-25, 1995.
    54. Eustace, K. and McAfee, M. (1995).  Beyond the WEB and the MOO in Education, Proceeding of ACEC'95 Conference, Perth, Australia, July 9-13, 1995.
    55. Fellows, G and Eustace, K.. (1994). Developing Australia's First Educational Multiuser Conferencing and Dialogue Space at AussieMOO.[Online]. Available WWW at, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, Australia, 21 September, 1994.
    56. Eustace, K. (1994).  Interactive Education: Distributed hypermedia and the networking of students on the World-Wide-Web.COM3: Journal of the Computing in Education Group of Victoria, Vol. 21, Numbers 1/2, pp 4-8, June 1994.
    57. Eustace, K.(1994).  Integrating the Internet into the Classroom. Proceedings of ITEC Conference: The Information Highway and Australian Schools, Sydney, Australia, July 4-5, 1994.
    58. Eustace, K., Fellows, G. and Tsang, P. (1994). Mosaic/WWW experiences with library science students in a Macintosh computer laboratory environment., 1st International World-Wide-Web Conference - WWW '94, Geneva, Switzerland, May 25-27, 1994.
    59. Eustace, K., Tsang, P. and Fellows, G. (1994). Internet Signatures Project (ISP): Rural schools riding the information superhighway. SIS Occasional Paper 3, Charles Sturt University, May 1994.
    60. Tsang, P., Eustace, K., Fellows, G., Poon, S. and Rochester, M., (1993). Internet: Applications, Training and Opportunities: An academic staff perspective. Proceedings of ASCILITE 93 Conference, U.N.E..(Northern Rivers) Lismore, Dec 6-8, 1993.
    61. Poon, S., Eustace K. and Fellows, G. (1993). A Shift in Teaching Paradigm in Distance Education, AARNet Conference, Networkshop 93, University of Melbourne, Nov 30-Dec 2, 1993.
    62. Tsang, P. and Eustace K. (1993). Using one's electronic signature for advertisement, Internet Business Journal, Vol 3&4, Oct 1993. pp24-25.
    63. Eustace K. (1989). Educational Applications for Electronic Mail, Volumes 1-3, ISBN: 0730561054, NSW Department of Education, Riverina Region, 1989.

    Editorship/Peer Review

    1. Australian Computer Society ACS  and AJIS - Australasian Journal of Information Systems, Submissions Reviewer.
    2. Editorial Board member, Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies (APS). An Open Access Scholarly Journal at
    3. Organising Committee member for ICT2012 and the Stockholm Challenge Summit August 2012, Stockholm Sweden.
    4. International Jury panelist (2010). Stockholm Challenge. Member Profiles of the Jury located  at
    5. Kwan, R., White, B., Tse, S. & Eustace, K. (2009) (eds). ICT2009 Conference special issue. Interactive Technology and Smart Education. 6 (4). Emerald Group.
    6. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology (AJET) 2008, Panel of Reviewers 2008.
    7. Peer review of conferences papers at, International Conference on ICT in Teaching and Learning: 'Enhancing Learning through Technology', 10-11 July, 2006, The Open University of Hong Kong.
    8. Peer review of conference papers at 2009 International Conference on ICT in Teaching & Learning, Hong Kong SAR, July 6-8.
    9. Australian Library Review Vol. 13, No. 1, February, 1996. Special Issue on World-Wide Web: Realising the Potential.
      (Co-editor with Dr Maxine Rochester) Australian Library Review Vol. 13, No. 1, February, 1996. Special Issue on World-Wide Web: Realising the Potential.

    Keynotes/Invited speaker/Interviews

    Eustace, K. (2012). Enhancing Productivity with Web Technology, Hong Kong Productivity Council, Hong Kong SAR, 30 June 2012.[PDF]

     ABC Radio Interview, 720AM ABC Perth WA, 27 August 2010. Online Voting [MP3 from]

    Tsang, P. & Eustace, K. (2009). e-Portfolio: An outcome-based approach to learning and teaching, Proceedings of the 2009 International Conference on ICT in Teaching & Learning, Hong Kong SAR, July 6-8.

    Eustace, K & Irving, L (2006). The siege of Rochester Castle and beyond: Integrating MORPGs into the curriculum, 'A vision splendid, ICT: Research, pedagogy, implementation for schools', Proceedings of Curriculum Corporation 13th National Conference, Adelaide, August 14-15, 2006, Available workshop are Leah Irving's presentation & Ken Eustace's presentation

    Eustace, K., (2004). Turning the tide - e-learning as agent for change!, Proceedings of ASLA NSW 2004 Conference, Sydney, October 22-23, 2004 [Online] Available at

    Eustace, K., (2003). Making Research Work for You: Responsibilities and Pitfalls, Proceedings of the NACCQ 2003 Post-Graduate Symposium. Palmerston North, New Zealand. 6 July 2003, pp16-33.

    Postgraduate supervision

    Student doing or have been successful in completion of the following thesis topics.

    PhD and DIT (Doctor of Information Technology)

    1. "Educational MOOs as supportive online learning environments for literature discussions: an investigation of upper primary students participating in MOO-based literature circles"
      Jennie Bales PhD 2006
      [Dr Joy McGregor co-supervisor]
    2. The influence of an ITIL based service desk on users’ perceptions of the ITIL service and their use of ICT
      Karen Holt
      DIT 2018 [Dr Oliver Burmeister co-supervisor]
    3. "Bringing the Oldest-Old into the Digital Age: Overcoming challenges of Mobility, Literacy and Learning"
      Gillian Harvie
      , PhD candidate 2014+ [Health Services Research Team with Dr Oliver Burmeister co-supervisor]

    MPhil or MAppSc

    1. "Podcasting an oral presentation for assessment"
      Mark Lee 2005
    2. "Towards an IT project portfolio management integrated framework
      Andrew Mann 2005
    3. "Designing electronic publishing resources for regional communities"
      Roger Johnson
    4. "Building an interactive multimedia website for a distributed workgroup"
      Jong Pil Park 2000
    5. "K2 MOO: a polysynchronous environment for workgroups using mountain climbing metaphor"
      Khalid Hamid Chohan 2001
    6. "Teacher reactions to the introduction of the Interent in rural secondary colleges."
      Malcom Baker 2000
    7. "A study in the feasilbility of employer sponsored information technology vocational education and training via the Internet for Information Technology Specialists"
      Kelvin Wilson 1999
    8. "Curriculum Change and Electronic Information: impact on the role of the Teacher Librarian in Victorian Secondary Schools."
      Pauline Wigan 1997

    BInfoTech Honours

    1. "The quality and trust of content in a wiki community."
      Trevor Peacock 2006
      [Geoff Fellows co-supervisor]
    2. "The application of a clustering algorithm for detecting computer intrusions."
      Andrew Hanson, 2004
      [Geoff Fellows co-supervisor]
    3. "The impact the expectations of stakeholders have on the development of a private school's ICT infrastructure"
      Allan Bytheway 2003 [Dr Tony Dean co-supervisor]
    4. "Dynamic billing within a federated distributed information system"
      Tim Austin 2002 [CSIRO Scholarship co-supervision]

    Research and Consultancy

    Academic Awards for Teaching and Scholarship

    Teaching Portfolio

    Community Service


    Special Administrative responsibilities

    Committee membership: local, national and international

    Last modified 2018-03-09