Dr Kay Oddone
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Kay Oddone is a lecturer in the Faculty of Education at QUT. Kay’s area of expertise focuses on how we enhance learning experiences and create new knowledge using social technologies. Her publications, research and teaching centre around the areas of critical and digital literacies, developed through networked and connected learning. Kay's recently completed PhD explores teachers’ experience of professional learning through personal learning networks.
She lectures in the areas of Connected Learning, Inquiry Learning and Teacher Librarianship and is the study area coordinator for Teacher Librarianship in the Master of Education.
Kay has over twenty years' experience working in education and information environments. She has held teaching, school administration and librarianship positions, and has worked in consultancy positions nationally and internationally.
Curriculum and Pedagogy, Specialist Studies in Education
Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008
- MEd (Teacher Librarianship_ (Charles Sturt University)
- GradDipEd (Queensland University of Technology)
- GradDipEd(RE) (Australian Catholic Uni)
- GradCert (ICT in Education) (Australian Catholic Uni)
- BBus(HRM) (Queensland University of Technology)
Professional memberships and associations
- Member: Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA)
- Registered: Queensland College of Teachers
Co-ordinator & lecturer- LCN600: Connected Learning
Co-ordinator & lecturer- LCN615: Learning Hubs
Co-ordinator & lecturer- LCN616: Inquiry Learning
Co-ordinator & lecturer- EUN617: Managing and Organising Collections
Sessional Academic – Tutor and Marker
LCN600 – Connected Learning (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018)
LCN616 – Inquiry Learning (2016, 2017)
IAB260 – Social Technologies (2016)
IFN617 – Managing and Organising Collections (2016)
ONL is an online course offered by Karolinska Institutet, Lund University, Linnaeus University, Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden) and Independent Institute of Education (IIE) (South Africa)
May 2018 – Pedagogical planning, Academic Staff and Higher Degree Student presentations University of Technology, Lulea Sweden