Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Katherine Herbert

 Katherine Herbert

Certificate IV (TAE), BA (Lit), MEd (KNDI)

Katherine is currently Lecturer in Learning and Teaching in the Faculty.  She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Literature, a Master of Education (Knowledge Networks and Digital Innovation), as well as a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. Katherine began her career in the vocational education arena providing consultation services on eLearning and educational technology within the corporate training and development sector. She transitioned to higher education in 2013 when she joined the Online Course Innovation project within the former Faculty of Business, CSU.

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Katherine's research is primarily in the field of applied educational technology, and she partners with research teams within CSU. Her investigations mainly focuses on technology's impact on learning experiences; and explores distinct online learning practices.

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  • Jones-Mutton, T., Hill, B., Lewis, M., and Herbert, K. (2018, Sept). Course review an opportunity for innovation: Creating enduring degrees for the future. Presentation at the Australian New Zealand Social Work and Welfare Education and Research 2018 Symposium, Adelaide.
  • Herbert, K. and Ridolfo, H. (2018, June). Harnessing social networking for professional learning: How a cross faculty wiki is being used to build capacity in online teaching. Poster presented at the Improving University Teaching Conference, Port Macquarie. Poster retrieved from https://drive.google.com/open?id=1N88UbT9anF5ogShZ2IcCzi2YR8NFMQNO

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