Andrew Fluck Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia 2015

Andrew Fluck

Dr. Fluck trained as a teacher in Bristol, England. He has taught science, mathematics and computing in Nigeria, England and Australia. He is a past secretary of the Australian Council for Computers in Education (ACCE), and is now a senior lecturer in information technology education at the University of Tasmania. His numerous publications reflect his research interests in the transformational potential of computers in education. He was a co-author of the government report 'Making Better Connections' and the book 'Seven steps to ICT integration'. His funded research investigates the use of computers to teach integral calculus and quantum mechanics in primary schools and eExaminations, where students take their own computers into the exam hall. He serves on the executive of Working Group 3.3 (research into educational applications of information technologies) for IFIP/UNESCO. Andrew is also an avid longbow archer and national archery judge. See more details at

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