BA (Hons) UQ; GradDip TESOL UTS; MA (Language & Literacy) UTS; M.Ed. (Information Technology in Education & Training) UOW
Paul Parker has over 15 years of experience in learning and teaching development in higher education. His expertise spans a number of domains associated with the changing face of universities, including student academic literacy teaching and research, curriculum and assessment renewal, university teacher professional development, and educational technology integration and evaluation. Paul has previously contributed to a range of projects focused on enhancing the quality of learning and teaching resources and practices. In recent years, he has also been involved in research projects investigating first year student retention factors, the educational design processes of university teachers, and collaborative innovation through online learning communities.
Paul is currently a Lecturer in Learning and Teaching, supporting the School of Teacher Education.
Parker, P. (2013). From rules to judgment: Exploring the plagiarism threshold in academic writing. In Stockdell-Geisler, A., Castner Post, J., Morse, T., Ingalls, R. & Donnelly, M. (Eds), Critical Conversations About Plagiarism (Ch. 4). Anderson, SC: Parlor Press.
Current project with Dr James Deehan:
Investigating students’ feedback beliefs and perceptions of feedback value at a regional Australian university