Associate Professor Christine Bruce
Associate Professor Christine Bruce works in the Faculty of Information Technology at Queensland University of Technology. Christine's research interests revolve around the perceptual worlds of information and information technology users. She is particularly interested in qualitative approaches such as action research, phenomenography and phenomenology. Christine's main area of expertise is information literacy theory and practice. This incorporates education of information users in educational, community and corporate sectors. She also has a focus on the information use processes of research students.
Christine's wider interests are in teaching and learning in higher education, with emphasis on the varying ways in which students experience learning, teaching for conceptual change and fostering holistic, rather than atomistic, learning strategies.
She visited USQ to take part in, and add her expertise to, a Community of Practice focusing on research supervision. This particular CoP is facilitated by Associate Professor Aileen Cater-Steel, as part of her USQ Associate Fellowship.
Associate Professor Aileen Cater-Steel (Faculty of Business) and Dr Jacquie McDonald (LTSU) interview Associate Professor Christine Bruce about research supervision.
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