Professional archives

This page is a collection of links and publications related to my day job in higher education.  As with anything else, please feel free to contact me if you have thoughts or questions about any of it.

Leadership in Teaching Portfolio, 2017  Portfolio summarising my experiences in the leadership and development of teaching and learning at the University of Auckland.

Compass: Curriculum planning, management, review and navigation is an online software tool developed while at the University of Auckland.  It’s now available for licence from other institutions.

SCOPE: Searchable Communities of Practice and Expertise is an online software platform designed to connect teachers with anything and everything (information, software, projects, and most importantly, people) that could help them, at the time they need help.

SCOPE is built on the idea that the best time to talk about teaching initiatives is before they’re finished … when help can still make a difference.

Academix article: Teaching the teachers, Semester 2 2016 (pg 10)

Tahi: Encouraging expertise in the way students engage with learning 2015 Fellowship project from Centre for Learning and Research in Higher Education, University of Auckland.

Academix article: Turning teaching initiatives into projects (pg 12) First article on the beginning of what later turned into SCOPE: Searchable Communities of Practice and Expertise.

Seeing and Believing: Intuition and visualisation in undergraduate engineering Dissertation submitted to Postgraduate Diploma in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, University of Oxford, 2008

Haemodynamics of the Fontan Connection: Investigating patient specific model creation and validation from MRI data (PhD thesis, University of Auckland, 2003).

This thesis won the Vice Chancellor’s Award for Best Doctoral Thesis. Please contact me if you would like access to it.