Dr Clare Power is currently a workplace learning coordinator and lecturer with the School of Teacher Education. Clare has extensive experience in learning and teaching within the university sector. She has implemented and led a range of university-wide academic literacy and learning initiatives, and peer learning programs and subjects, as well as maintaining a focus on sustainability education. Clare's passion for, and expertise in, peer learning and communities of practice developed through her award winning coordination of the PASS (Peer Assisted Study Sessions) program at WSU. Clare continues to research and publish in this area. Additionally, her PhD research on the Transition movement in Australia informs her approach in the learning/teaching space as a facilitator of learning experiences.