Project Manager - ICT in Educational Design, GP MAGIC, Launceston Clinical School
|Contact Campus||Launceston CBD Campuses|
|Building||Northern Integrated Care Services|
|Postal Address||Locked Bag 1377, Launceston TAS 7250|
|Room Reference||213 (Level 2)|
|Telephone||+61 3 6348 8167|
|Fax||+61 3 6348 8798|
- leadership, strategic and developmental support of the GP MAGIC initiative
- a framework for GP support and capacity building in teaching and flexible learning
- development, management and coordination of a flexible approach to learning and teaching, in particular, utilising technology
- expanding the use of and range of technologies to enhance learning
There is a need for a seamless transition of technological and collaborative practice between the institutional space and the workplace, social or cultural spaces. As such, Ms Fabian is interested in exploring ways to implement dynamic systems for developing skills, sharing knowledge, collaborating and incorporating practices into institutional spaces that adopt freely available technologies and current real-world practice including working in open environments. Associated interests include collective intelligence, Creative Commons, open projects, and the ”perpetual beta”.
GP MAGIC Background
GP MAGIC is an initiative of the Discipline of General Practice, within the School of Medicine, and General Practice Training Tasmania and is designed to systematically measure and grow General Practice's capacity to train health care providers in Tasmania.
- 2010, Ms Carey Mather, Assoc Prof Jan Radford, Ms Juanita Westbury, Ms Debbie Fabian, Developing a Community of Practice: The Health Science ePortfolio Experience. Teaching Matters, Launceston
- 2010, Debbie Fabian – e-Portfolios: what's the buzz all about? NAFEA, Launceston.