Gregor Kennedy is the PVC (Educational Innovation) at the University of Melbourne and is Head of Learning Environments, the department responsible for virtual and physical learning spaces. He is also Professor in the Centre for the Study of Higher Education and his current work involves leading the University's strategy in technology-enhanced learning and teaching, undertaking research and supporting staff in the use of learning technologies.
Gregor has spent the last 15 years conducting and overseeing research and development in educational technology in higher education. His research interests include university staff and students’ use of technology; interactivity, engagement and self-regulation in online learning environments; the use of 3D immersive simulation for learning; and the use of learning analytics in educational research and evaluation. He has published widely in these areas and is the co-lead editor the Australasian Journal of Educational Technology. You can find out more about Gregor by visiting his profile.