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About

KerryJ has worked in Education Technology since 2006. Her work has included producing Australia’s first national education podcast “E-learning Insights”, researching and building learning spaces in 3D virtual worlds and delivering workshops and presentations nationally and internationally on e-learning tools and technologies.

Kerry has worked as an e-learning designer in the corporate training sector, the VET sector and higher education. Her background includes print journalism, broadcast journalism, corporate video production, copywriting, online marketing and writing for numerous online properties.

Kerry’s qualifications include a BSc in “Electronic Media” from Northern Arizona University, a Diploma of Project Management from the Australian Institute of Management, a Cert IV TAA and a Professional Certificate in web accessibility.

Her research interests include digital literacies, digital media, andragogy, helping all learners to develop lifelong learning skills, feminism and western mythological archetypes and themes in storytelling.

Kerry originally hails from the tiny town of Lyndeborough, New Hampshire but has been happily settled in Adelaide for 20 years and lives with her two cats. In her spare time, she enjoys kayaking, bushwalking, wine tasting, writing, art exhibits, gaming and would like to do more travelling in New Zealand, Korea, Vietnam and Europe.

Career Aspirations

To make education and training more engaging, effective and joyful by working with educators to make the most of new technologies.

Qualifications

  • Diploma in Project Management, Australian Institute of Management
  • Professional Certificate in Web Accessibility Compliance Uni SA and Media Access Australia
  • TAELLN401A  (Language, Literacy and Numeracy competency for TAE), TAFESA
  • Certificate IV TAE,  BJ Network Consulting
  • Moodle Course Creator’s Certificate
  • BSci, Electronic Communications and Advertising, Northern Arizona University

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