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Dr Jim Mullaney

Casual Academic
Office of the Provost
Faculty of Humanities
Bentley Campus
501.Level 3
08 9266 5811

Brief Summary

I have been involved in education since the age of 5. I have taught in primary, secondary and tertiary institutions and have teaching experience across several learning areas and all phases of development. I have taught students from Pre-Primary to Post-Graduate as well as adult education, constructing and delivering Professional Learning opportunities for Academics and Teachers. 

My undergraduate and post-graduate studies have focused on Science and Technology Education. I have a keen interest in Learning Technologies and their place in 21st century education. My recent roles have been University leadership positions with a specific responsibility for technology integration.

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Employment History

2015 - Present      Digital Pedagogical Advisor, School of Education

2013 - 2015          Faculty Learning Engagement Team Leader 
Curtin University

2012 - 2013              Academic Lead, Learning Technologies
Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK

2009 - 2011             Team Leader, Learning Solutions
Centre for Learning & Teaching, Edith Cowan University

2007 - 2011             Sessional Lecturer
Edith Cowan University

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Edith Cowan University :

  • SCE 2101       –        Dip Ed (Science Education)
  • UPC 0004       –        Accessing Knowledge
  • IST  3131      –         Information Policies

Lecturing/Tutoring, Murdoch University

  • Master of Pharmacy (Guest Lecturer)

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Research Interests

  • Authentic Integration of ICT in education contexts
  • Improving models of assessment and feedback
  • Innovative curriculum design

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Book Chapters (Research)

Journal Articles (Research)

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Journal Articles (Scholarly/Professional)

  • Mullaney, J. 1991. "Ovulation, fertilization and early embryonic development in the bitch (Canis familiaris)." Journal of Reproduction and Infertility 93: 221-231.


Journal Articles (Scholarly/Professional)

  • Mullaney, J. 1989. "Gene UL2 of herpes simplex virus type 1 encodes a uracil-DNA glycosylase." Journal of General Virology 70: 449-454.
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Additional Information



Conference Presentations and Proceedings

Sheffield, R., Dobozy, E., Gibson, D., Mullaney, J., & Campbell, C. (2014). Teaching with TPACK: A case study of pre-service science education. Paper presented at the 64th ICEM/AgriaMedia Conference 2014, Eger, Hungary.


Invited Conference Keynotes

EDU-IT Conference – Conference Host and Keynote Address “Never Mind the Future – What About the Now”

AISNSW Executive Conference – “How can we challenge, connect and engage today’s adolescent learners?”

Conference Workshop/Seminars

DET Getting IT Right program – “The pedagogy of ICT

AISWA ICT Forum – “The future of ICT in schools - Lessons from the past

ALEA/ETA Conference – “Where have all the vowels gone? What techno – literacy means and where will it lead us?

AISNSW ICT Integrators’ Conference – “Pedagogical Implications of new Communications Technologies

Expanding Learning Horizons Conference – “What does transformational learning look like?


Conference Presentations and Proceedings

Mullaney, J. (2008). Avenues to the future - imagine, inspire, interact. Proceedings of the WA School Libraries Conference. Perth: WASLA.

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