Associate Professor and Reader
Raoul Mulder is an Associate Professor in the Department of Zoology. He has a long-standing interest in student peer review, and pioneered the development of the prototype student peer review software in use at the University of Melbourne. He was the recipient of a Carrick Award for Australian University Teaching in 2007 and an invited assessor for the ALTC Teaching Awards scheme in 2008 and 2009. Since 2000, Raoul has been an investigator on ten teaching innovation grants totalling $216k, with an excellent track record of delivering successful outcomes for these grants. Raoul’s research and teaching interests are in biology, student peer review and the development of critical thinking skills.
(+61) 3 8344 6245
Jon is a senior lecturer within the Department of Computing and Information Systems at the University of Melbourne. His research focuses on engagement and interactivity, in both educational and non-educational contexts. His current research interests weave together strands from interactivity, multimedia, engagement, learning and flow; domains of interest are education and sustainability, particularly in a social networking context.
(+61) 3 8344 1495
Chi is a senior lecturer at the Centre for the Study of Higher Education (CSHE) at the University of Melbourne. Chi’s main research interest lies broadly in the area of university assessment practices. She is also interested in the internationalisation of university curricula, and peer & collaborative learning. She has completed two ALTC-funded projects. The first on enhancing domestic and international student engagement, and the second examined the measurement and reporting of teaching quality.
(+61) 3 8344 4212