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