Engineering Information Literacy and Communication

By Deborah Elizabeth Messer.

Published by The Learner Collection

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Literacy as valid learning in engineering curricula at an Australian University. Information literacy and communication are often trivialised by students and staff. How relevant in the 21st century?

Keywords: Engineering, Literary and Communication

The International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 12, pp.37-46. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 844.410KB).

Ms Deborah Elizabeth Messer

Deborah Messer is a Lecturer in first year engineering coordinating the Professional Studies unit. Deborah has a Bachelor of Science (Geology) from the University of Queensland, Brisbane and a Masters of Education (Curriculum Design) from Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane. Deborah worked in the oil industry for a number of years after graduation, was the first woman to manage a remote oil rig in the central Australian desert. She also held senior management positions within the Institution of Engineers Australia, namely Women in Engineering Convenor for over 5 years and Councillor for a similar amount of time. Deborah is a 50% fractional time appointment with the University, also works as the financial and administration/logistics manager for a food distribution company and manages a 16 year old daughter and will soon find her wings again.

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