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DR Antonette Mendoza

Positions

  • Catering for individuals' emotions in technology development, adoption and use
  • Development, adoption and use of e-learning tools - value realization
  • Role of social networks in technology appropriation and knowledge management

Overview

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  • Dr Antonette Mendoza is a Senior lecturer in the School of Computing and Information systems at The University of Melbourne. Antonette's expertise lies in the area of process modelling, design and development of emerging technologies that support positive computing, adoption and longer-term use. Her interests extend to exploring the impact of wider range of technologies that include mobile applications and social media platforms on society including health care, e-learning and telework.
    Some research projects for prospective PhD, MPhil and Masters Students include: (1) Catering for individuals' emotions in technology development, adoption and use; (2) Role of social networks in technology appropriation and knowledge management; (3) Adoption and use of e-learning platforms - value realization; (4) User segmentation and data mining for decision making; (5) development of e-learning apps for feedback and assessment and (6) Impact of telework on individual productivity and well being
    Recent news: Our iPad App called Rapid Feedback for Oral Presentations made a mention in the print version of the Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, the Brisbane Times, Canberra Times and WA on 8th Feb 2016. “The Age” along with the attached story was published in the digital realm http://www.theage.com.au/national/education/education-news-in-brief-20160201-gmigei.html Also, we are one of the major research partners for our work on improving homeless services in Victoria. Check out Ask Izzy: http://www.reagroup.com/IRM/PDF/1800/InnovativemobilewebsitesettobridgethegapforAustraliashomeless).

    She is the winner of four teaching awards including the Edward Brown University Teaching Award in 2017, two national awards: Citation for Outstanding contribution to student learning - 2017 Australian University Teaching Award and 2018 CORE teaching Award.   

Publications

Selected publications

Research

Investigator on

Additional Grant Information

  • The diamond cohort study - long term outcomes of depressive NHMRC;Project Grants;2014;

    INCREASING KNOWLEDGE AND MOTIVATING COLLABORATIVE ACTION ON LOW CARBON LIVING THROUGH TEAM-BASED AND GAME-BASED MOBILE LEARNING (RP3015) CRC FOR LOW CARBON LIVING LTD; SWINBURNE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY; BUILDING SMART AUSTRALASIA; SYDNEY COASTAL COUNCILS GROUP INC; VICTORIAN BUILDING AUTHORITY; MASTER BUILDERS AUSTRALIA LTD  - with Dr Tim Miller (2014 - 2017)

    Victorian Voucher Program with industry client BigForest and RMIT ($50,000) - June 2013 - June 2014
    Exploring the relationship between Telework and employee productivity and wellbeing - CISCO and IBES joint venture grant (Jan - dec 2012)   

Awards

Education and training

  • PhD, University of Melbourne 2011
  • MPhil Computer Science, Bharathiar University 1992
  • MSc, P.S.G. College of Technology, Bharathiar University 1989
  • BSc AppSc, P.S.G. College of Technology, Bharathiar University 1987

Awards and honors

  • 2018 CORE Teaching Award, 2018
  • Citation for Outstanding contribution to student learning - 2017 Australian University Teaching Award, 2017
  • 2017 Edward Brown Award for Teaching Excellence, University of Melbourne, 2017
  • 2012 Melbourne School of Engineering Teaching Excellence Award, 2012 Melbourne School of Engineering Teaching Excellence Award, 2012
  • Excellence in Teaching Award for 2011, Dept of Computer Science and Software Engineering, Univeristy of Melbourne, 2011
  • Excellence in Teaching Award, Dept of Computer Science and Software Engineering, University of Melbourne, 2008
  • Best Paper 2005, Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS) - Doctorol Consortium, 2005

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Supervision

Available for supervision

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Supervision Statement

  • Yes, I'm available as a supervisor for potential PhD, MPhil and Masters students. Some research projects for prospective PhD, MPhil and Masters students include: (1) Catering for individuals' emotions in technology development, adoption and use; (2) Role of social networks in technology appropriation and knowledge management; (3) Development, adoption and use of e-learning tools; (4) User segmentation and data mining for decision making; (5) The impact of social media and mobile-learning in educational contexts; and (6) Impact of telework on individual productivity and wellbeing