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Dr

Antonette Mendoza

Education Specialist
Computing And Information Systems
science & technology
technology
computer science
computer science, theory & methods
engineering
computer science, software engineering
engineering, electrical & electronic
emotions
health care sciences & services
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Dr

Antonette Mendoza

 
Division
Engineering
 
Primary Interest
Catering for individuals' emotions in technology development
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Dr

Antonette Mendoza

 

Dr Antonette Mendoza is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Computing and Information Systems at the University of Melbourne. She has received a citation for 'Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning' in the 2017 Australian Awards for University Teaching, a national-level recognition for her work.

She is also the recipient of the 2017 University of Melbourne Edward Brown Teaching Award, 2018 CORE teaching award and three faculty and department wide teaching awards. Her work recognizes outstanding leadership and innovation in enhancing academic teaching, resulting in enriched student-learning experience.
Antonette’s research and teaching is embedded in the Information Systems, Health-IT and Education disciplines and impacts on two areas: disadvantaged socio-technical contexts and engineering education. Her research focuses on design and change behaviour methodologies in software engineering and information systems using emotional attachment pedagogies. She was involved in Australian Research Council (ARC) and Centre for Research Council (CRC) grants to develop sustainable systems in both - the homelessness and educational training for low carbon living - contexts. Some of her prior work includes collaborations on a National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) grant to design a predictive tool for depression care. Her current interest is to design and deliver engaging online programs using appropriation and emotional attachment pedagogies.
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 - particularly topics related to fake reviews; (5) development of e-learning apps for feedback and assessment and (6) Impact of telework on individual productivity and well being.
In the media: 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).

Projects

Displaying the 4 most recent projects by Antonette Mendoza.

Additional Information

Successful Research Grants and Contracts - (2020 -2021) LTI grants.... - (2018 - 2020) University Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) grant

00,000 for implementing a program ‘Employability for PhD student’ – listed as CI. - (2018 - 2020) School of Computing and Information Systems teaching and learning grant $27,000 to implement a program: ‘Writing circle: peer collaboration for Masters Coursework students’ – listed as CI. - (2018 - 2020) MSE investment funds grant $90,000 for ‘Employability for PhD student’ – listed as CI. - (2016 - 2018) Australian Research Council (ARC) grant ($375,000 -Catering for individuals’ emotions in technology development DP160104083) – listed as CI. - (2015 - 2017) CRC Low Carbon Living grant ($427,000): Increasing knowledge and motivating collaborative action on low carbon living through team-based and game-based mobile learning (CRC LCL RP3015)- listed as CI. - (2015 - 2016) Learning and Teaching Grant (LTI) $7,500 in Round 1 2015 LTI: ‘Engaged learning of Algorithms and Complexity’ – listed as CI. - (2014 - 2015) NHMRC (APP 1059863) – listed as PI on the grant and received $20,000 towards design of a prognostic depression care app for the project: A randomized trial of a clinical prediction tool for targeting depression care (Target-D). - (2014 - 2015): Won
7,500 on a $64,000 Victorian Voucher Program, an initiative of the Victorian Department of Business and Innovation (DBI) – listed as one of CIs. - (2012 - 2013): Won an IBES grant $ 39,954: titled ‘Exploring the relationship between Telework and individual employee productivity’.

Scholarly Works

Displaying the 10 most recent scholarly works by Antonette Mendoza.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2018

2018 CORE Teaching Award

2017

Citation for Outstanding contribution to student learning - 2017 Australian University Teaching Award

2017

2017 Edward Brown Award for Teaching Excellence, University of Melbourne

2012

2012 Melbourne School of Engineering Teaching Excellence Award

2012 Melbourne School of Engineering Teaching Excellence Award

2011

Excellence in Teaching Award for 2011

Dept of Computer Science and Software Engineering, Univeristy of Melbourne

2008

Excellence in Teaching Award

Dept of Computer Science and Software Engineering, University of Melbourne

2005

Best Paper 2005

Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS) - Doctorol Consortium

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Awards

Credentials

Positions

Positions


Education Specialist

Computing And Information Systems

Education

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

University of Melbourne

Master of Philosophy in Computer Science

Bharathiar University

Master of Science in Applied Mathematics (branch: Computer Science)

P.S.G. College of Technology, Bharathiar University

Bachelor of Applied Science

P.S.G. College of Technology, Bharathiar University

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