Kate Davis | Principal Lead, Digital Pedagogy and Curriculum
University of Southern Queensland

Kate Davis, Principal Lead, Digital Pedagogy and Curriculum, University of Southern Queensland

Kate Davis is the Principal Lead, Digital Pedagogy and Curriculum at the University of Southern Queensland (USQ). She is a social scientist who researches information experience, particularly in the context of social media, using qualitative approaches designed to get to the heart of people’s experience. In addition to her information experience research, Kate has a strong track record as an applied researcher in information studies, built on her experience as a practitioner-researcher and developed in more recent years through a range of projects exploring social technologies and their use in the library and information professions. Kate is also a scholar of teaching and learning and has researched and published about online and blended learning. In her current role, Kate leads a team of academics that design and deliver innovative digital pedagogy and curriculum projects across the university. Find Kate online at katedavis.info


EduTECH Asia Virtual 2020 Higher Ed Conference Day 1 @ 15:30

Live Panel: Building a community of collaboration in an online platform

With university closures due to COVID-19, it becomes impossible for students and faculty members to conduct on-campus classes, creating a sense of isolation among them and the inconvenience from a lack of face-to-face interaction. To combat such issues, educators and staff are thinking of ways to reshape the learning environment to inculcate collaboration not only among students but faculty as well.
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