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Arnold Pears (Jul 2009 - Jul 2010
Arnold is interested in looking at the assessment of teaching quality issue during his stay with CERG
Donald Chinn (26 Mar 2009 - 28 May 2009)
Donald Chinn, an Associate Professor from the Institute of Technology/Computing and Software Systems at University of Washington, Tacoma is planning to visit Monash University for about 10 weeks from mid-March to early June.
Donald is currently working on projects that are of interest to the Computing Education Research group (eg: making inferences about students thinking given different types of exam questions and studying how teachers use information about students to make judgments/decisions about developing teacher plan). Members from CERG are also working on projects that are of interest to him.
Marcel Karam (Sep 2009 - Feb 2010)
Dr Karam is from the American University of Beirut, in the Department of Computer Science, and will be visiting CERG from 25 Sep 2009 to 10 Feb 2010. His interests are in first year programming, and the use of Java for teaching.
Mikko Laakso (13 Jan 2009 - Jun 2009)
Mikko is visiting CERG for 6 months from Jan 2009, working with Angela Carbone and Judy Sheard.
Kirsti Ala-Mutka (Jan 2006 - Dec 2006)
The residence of Kirsti Ala-Mutka in 2006, from Tampere University of Technology, Finland, occurred because of CERG's involvement in joint research projects within the international community coupled with the fact that CERG is one of the few groups researching various aspects of the ICT-education nexus. The work of CERG is well known in the Scandinavian countries through the network of the ACM Special Interest Group in Computer Science Education (SIGCSE), with which a number of members of CERG are involved, and through joint publishing with Matts Daniels, convener of the Swedish chapter of SIGCSE.
Kirsti is now with the European Economic Community administration in Madrid, Spain.
Gordon Lindgard (Jul 2006 - Dec 2006)
Research into the work practices of students has attracted various contacts within the community most recently Gordon Lindgard from University of Technology Sydney. Semester 2, 2006.
Quintin Cutts (Jan 2004 - Aug 2004)
Quintin Cutts from the University of Glasgow visited the CERG group from January to August 2004.
Quintin's main research focus is the improvement of traditional face-to-face teaching environments, using technology where appropriate. In Glasgow, he has been involved in the roll-out of two major education initiatives in the last few years: increasing interactivity in lectures and tutorials using voting handsets; and the development of a peer-assisted learning (PAL) programme.
Lin Hai (Sep 2002 - Aug 2003)
Lin Hai from China visited the CERG group from September 2002 until August 2003. Whilst with the group Lin Hai studied the implementation of online education in Australia.
Roongrasamee Boondao (May 2008 -Dec 2008)
Roongrasamee Boondao was an Endeavour Award scholarship holder, awarded by the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR). Ms Boondao undertook a project entitled "A Model of Personalization for E-learning: An Aspect of Cultural Influences on Human Learning", during her scholarship from the Faculty of Management Sciences at Ubonrajathani University, Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand, under the supervision of Assoc. Prof. John Hurst.
Benoit Charpentier (Aug 2005 - Feb 2006)
Benoit Charpentier was a visiting scholar from UTC (Université de Technologie de Compiègne) in France, during Aug 2005 to Feb 2006. He undertook work on the PIAVEE project as part of an internship for his degree at UTC, under the supervision of Assoc. Prof. John Hurst and Dr. Selby Markham.