Dr Graeme Salter

Director Educational Development
Qualifications: BSc, Dip Ed, Dip Comp Ed, MEd, Doctor of Teaching
Research interests: Technology in teaching, Pedagogy
Teaching areas: Information technology, presentation skills
Brief bio:

Graeme is an international speaker who has over 20 years experience in the use of technology in teaching. He was awarded the degree of ‘Doctor of Teaching’ for his research into the use of online learning for professional development of academic staff.

He is a past president of ASCILITE (Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education) and was an Expert Assessor for the Australian Government’s Office for Learning and Teaching (OLT).

As well as online learning he has expertise in digital marketing. He has worked with the Office of the NSW Small Business Commissioner and Business Enterprise Centres to provide workshops on social and digital marketing across NSW. In 2013 he received the ‘Exemplary Mobile and Digital Marketing Leadership Award’ at the World Brand Congress in Mumbai.

Recent publications:

Salter, G. (2022) Overcoming the Horseless Carriage Syndrome: Methods to Encourage Pedagogical Re-engineering. EDULEARN22 Proceedings, pp. 10122-10127.

Sohail, S. and Salter, G. (2022) Pragmatism as a Teaching Approcah for Engaging Students in Computing Education. ICERI2022