Gregor MacKenzie

I teach in the South West Sydney Institute of TAFE at Macquarie Fields college. I mainly work in Adult Education. Here, my main role involves coordinating and teaching on the on campus youth programs. Over the past couple of years I've been playing around with some ICT stuff with a view to improving teaching learning experiences for both the students and myself. I am happy to respond to email and am also happy to chat on the phone
mob. 0434 860 234
Cheers Gregor

Leesa Philip

I am the Library and Information Services Officer at Central Queensland Institute of TAFE at Mackay CampusLeesa.jpg
(aka the Campus Librarian). My job is to coordinate the Library services on offer in Mackay with the other
members of the local Library team (two other people), the other CQIT Libraries (Rockhampton, Gladstone and
Emerald), and with the manager responsible for the Libraries, who is based in Rockhampton.

I'm still learning about these Web 2.0 tools, getting to know them as both a student of QUT and UNSW, and as
part of the support staff for the teachers of CQIT so they might learn about them for their own classes.

Cheers Leesa

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I'm an ESL (English as a Second Language) teacher at TAFE, Mt Gravatt, in Queensland. I am specially interested in using blended learning in the language classroom and I'd be delighted to share what I've learned on these lines. I enjoy using digital storytelling, webquests and blogs. My email addresses are and
Cheers, Nilly

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I am a radiographer that also lectures/tutors in Medical Imaging. I have loved exploring ways of integrating technology into the classroom (be it real or virtual). I feel that ICTs give us an exciting and ever-changing way of engaging students (and challenging ourselves) that differs from the old stand and deliver techniques of the past. I can be contacted at

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HI, I teach the Cert IV and Diploma course in the Training and Assessment area for Metro Sth TAFE, in Brisbane. I started to work with students by distance back in 2001 (with email and phone) before TAFE had moved ahead into e-learning and have made the slow journey towards being able to work completely online with students today.

While completing the Diploma in E-learning in 2005/2006 I worked with many like-minded educators who were making some tentative moves in this direction. We journeyed together helping each other and creating many more links to resources, due to our online collaboration, than would have been possible if we had just been working alone at distance. Combining resources and talents is one of the great benefits of being able to work collaboratively online for us as educators as well as our students.
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