Jo-Anne Kelder

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Public health education is an important part of national health systems that is intended to have a positive impact on the health behaviours of citizens and prevent health problems developing that require costly interactions with the acute health care system. In this paper we report findings from a twelve month ethnographic case study that collected(More)
How do you design a quality massive open online course (MOOC) that will be ‘fit for purpose’? The Understanding Dementia MOOC is an initiative of the University of Tasmania’s Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre (Wicking Centre). It is an outworking of institutional commitment to open education resources (OER) and open educational practices (OEP).(More)
Academic and business environments increasingly accept the utility of diverse qualitative research approaches for informing the design, implementation and evaluation of information systems. However, there are concerns that inherent techno-centrism within the IS discipline distorts criteria for choosing and adapting approaches and, significantly, works to(More)
This paper presents a qualitative research approach used to generate data and theoretical insights for information systems design in a highly regulated health service organisation. Ethnographical and sociological analytic techniques were used for sensemaking in the domain, and then identifying key structures affecting the conduct of the health service. A(More)
Academic and business environments increasingly accept the utility of diverse qualitative research approaches for informing the design, implementation and evaluation of information systems. However, there are concerns that inherent techno-centrism within the IS discipline distorts criteria for choosing and adapting approaches and, significantly, works to(More)
This dissertation contains no material which has been accepted for the award of any degree or diploma by the University of Tasmania or any other tertiary institution, except by way of background information and duly acknowledged in this dissertation, and to the best of the candidate's knowledge and belief, this dissertation contains no material previously(More)
Critically reflecting on qualitative human centred design approaches reveals concerns about the process of translation that occurs between the rich user insights generated in the wild to the systems that are finally built. Implicit techno-centrism inherent within most IS design processes tend to relegate these insights to be mere adjuncts of conventional(More)
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