Jo-Anne Kelder is Senior Lecturer, Learning and Teaching Quality with the College of Health and Medicine, University of Tasmania. She is currently on secondment as Senior Lecturer, Curriculum Innovation and Development with the University’s Academic Division. She has been responsible for a number of operational and strategic projects for quality assurance of curriculum and enhancing student experience, as well as research to develop staff capability and practice in curriculum evaluation and scholarship. She has been recognised for contributions to teaching and learning with three University of Tasmania team and program teaching awards (2014), and individual Vice Chancellor's citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning (2017). Nationally, she was involved in the ALTC LTAS-Science (2010-11) and OLT AgLTAS (2012-15) projects and led the OLT extension-PATS project (2014-15). With her colleague Associate Professor Tina Acuna, she was awarded the inaugural Joint Fellowship by the Australian Council of Deans of Science (2019).
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