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Curtin University
Staff Profile

Dr Jim Mullaney

BSc (Hons) PhD (Glasgow) Dip Ed (UWA)

Position Digital Pedagogical Advisor
Faculty Faculty of Humanities
School School of Education
Campus Bentley Campus
Location 501.Level 3
Phone 08 9266 5811
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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.

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 :

Lecturing/Tutoring, Murdoch University

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Research Interests

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Book Chapters (Research)

Journal Articles (Research)

Additional publication categories


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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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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