Management goes international
Tuesday, 15 June 2010
The School of Management at ECU has been active in recent months, travelling internationally in an attempt to further research activity and profile individual successes.
Apocalypse now: information systems in Australian universities
Dr Steve Benson will be travelling to Paris, where he will present his paper entitled ‘Apocalypse Now: Information systems in Australian universities’ at the World Academy of Science’s Internal Conference on Computer, Electrical, Systems Science, and Engineering. Steve will have a subsequent article on his paper published in the Journal of Systems and Information Technology.
Personal knowledge management and student learning
Dr Stuart Garner will be presenting various papers throughout Europe, commencing with his paper ‘Personal knowledge management and student learning’ at the 2010 European Applied Business Research Conference in Dublin. Following, Stuart will visit the United Kingdom, where he will speak about research with colleagues in Leeds, before heading to Italy to present his paper on ‘Supporting the personal knowledge management of students with technology’ at the Informing Science and Information Technology Conference.
Later in the month, Dr Richard Fulford will also be visiting the United Kingdom to attend the InCULT conference, which aims to stimulate debate and progress the policy, practice and discourse regarding the future of higher education.
Similarly, Professor Craig Standing will be travelling to Reunion in order to build collaborative research links.
The Faculty would like to congratulate the School of Management for their continually strong efforts, building a reputation amongst both tertiary education institutions and industry as being leaders in management research, teaching and learning.
For more information on the extensive international presence of the School of Management, please contact Di Barr at email@example.com.