|Name||Dr. Erin Roehrer|
|Qualifications||BCom, BIS(Hons), PhD.|
|Phone||(03) 6226 6214|
|Coordinating||KIT707 - Knowledge and Information Management|
|Lecturing||KIT001 - Programming Preparation
KIT707 - Knowledge and Information Management
|Tutoring||KIT707 - Knowledge and Information Management|
|Consultation Times||UTas Hobart Campus
Centenary Building - C468
Monday: 10am to 12noon
Wednesday: 1pm to 3pm
Please check the timetable on Erin's door in case these times vary. If you cannot see Erin during consultation hours please contact her via email to arrange a mutually suitable time. Thanks.
AIEN-SOU Campus, Shanghai
AIEN SOU semester 2 2015/2016 face-to-face consultations times will occur during week 7, 11th of April to the 15th of April 2016.
Students please make sure you contact your local lecturer in the first instance. Please use your University of Tasmania (UTas) email account when sending emails to your lecturers or UTas administration. This assists in verifying your identity, and in following up on any requests. Please include your name (in pinyin), your UTas username, UTas ID number, and the unit code. If further assistance is needed then please email me at: Erin.Roehrer@utas.edu.au.
KXO231 ICT Project Management
The local lecturer for KXO231 is Arnold Chen, email: Arnold.Chen@utas.edu.au (or email@example.com).
KXO325 Business Logistics
The local lecturer for KXO325 is Leo Ding, email: Leo.Ding@utas.edu.au (or firstname.lastname@example.org).
|About Me||My teaching and research interest include eHealth - specifically the socio-technical factors and processes with technology supporting chronic disease self-management, Knowledge Management, Transnational Learning and Teaching, ICT strategy and the use of technology in learning and teaching.
My current research focus is knowledge management and the use of context in chronic disease self-management supports tools.
I have been researching in the area of health informatics for 6 years, involved in a range of projects, including inter-professional learning in allied health, structured literature reviews and eHealth solutions for those living with chronic illness.
My PhD explored the socio-technical factors and processes that arise when integrating online symptom monitoring with chronic disease self-management.
My teaching interests are ICT Project Management, ICT Strategy, Knowledge Management and Systems Implementation.
Authorised by the Head of School, Engineering & ICT
14 June, 2012