This site is authored by Anne Bartlett-Bragg (ABB)- MEd (Adult Education), BEd (Adult Education), Dip HRM, Dip e-Learning, Cert IV TAA, PhD candidate.
Most recently I have launched Headshift Australasia as Managing Director. While building the business I'm in working on completing my PhD thesis for submission end of 2010. Additionally, I'm a sessional academic in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). I develop and deliver e-Learning subjects - in the organisational context.
As Executive Director of the Learning Technologies User Group (LTUG), I actively support the Australian education industry - particularly Higher Education, Vocational Education & Organisational Development practitioners. I'm the educational advisor for the Australian Businesswomen's Network - where we launched the highly successful MentorNet program delivered entirely in a mash-up of social software.
My particular area of research in e-Learning is digital dialogues or the communication and the social aspects of learning with technologies and how this can be used to enhance learning.
I commenced my PhD in this field in March 2004 and expect (all going to plan) to submit my thesis for examination in 2010.
Recent conference presentations:
Headshift/Dachis Group Social Business Summit
25 March 2010, Sydney
AITD DeMystifying Webinars Series
ARK Designing eLearning
9-10 February, 2010
Bartlett-Bragg, A. 2009, Reframing practice: creating social learning networks, Development and Learning in Organisations: An International Journal, Vol 23, Issue 4 pp. 16 - 20
Bartlett-Bragg, A. 2008, Reframing Assessment, conference proceedings EdMedia, July, Vienna
Bartlett-Bragg, A. 2008, e-Learning Experiences, Adult Education and Training, David Barlow Press, Sydney.
Bartlett-Bragg, A. 2008, Pedagogical Practice for Learning with Social Software, Handbook of Digital Information Technologies: Innovations, Methods and Ethical Issues, IGI Global, Denmark.
Bartlett-Bragg, A. 2008, Reframing practice: Integrating social software to enable informal learning, Training and Development in Australia, AITD, February, pp. 6 – 9.
Bartlett-Bragg, A. 2007, Reflections on Pedagogy: Understanding the adult learners’ experiences of weblogs, in T. N. Burg, & Schmidt, J (eds.) BlogTalk Reloaded: Social Software – Research & Cases, Herstellung, Austria, pp.119 – 241
Bartlett-Bragg, A. 2006, Reflections on Pedagogy: Understanding the adult learners’ experience of Weblogs, conference proceedings BlogTalk, October, Vienna
Farmer, J & Bartlett-Bragg, A. 2005, Blogs@Anywhere: High Fidelity online communication, conference proceedings ASCILITE, December, Brisbane.
Bartlett-Bragg, A. 2005, Preparing for the Future, International Journal of Design Sciences & Technology, 12, 2, pp.115-122, Europia, Paris
Bartlett-Bragg, A. 2005, Social Software: The Age of Connection and the Connected Learner, Training and Development in Australia, AITD, 35,5, December, pp.21-24.
Bartlett-Bragg, A. 2003, Blogging to Learning, The Knowledge Tree, http://www.flexiblelearning.net.au/knowledgetree/edition04/html/blogging_to_learn_intro.html
Bartlett-Bragg, A. 2003, Blogs: Enhancing Reflection in e-Learning, Europia, Glasgow, conference proceedings , July 2003.
Bartlett-Bragg, A. 2003, Learning e-Learning: Preparing for the Future, Training and Development in Australia, AITD, 30, 6, December, pp.17-19.
researching, when i'm not lecturing, blogging and writing i spend most of my time training behaviourally dysfunctional dogs.