Professor Robert Ellis

BA, GradDipAdultEd, MA, MEd, PhD
Honorary Professor
Phone
Fax
+61 2 9351 5027
Building/Room
A35 / 307
The University of Sydney

Robert Ellis is Dean and Professor (Learning and Teaching), of the Arts Education Law Group, PVC (AEL) Portfolio, Griffith University, which is a senior leadership position, responsible for 12,000 students and 450 staff across six faculties. His experience in university governance and committee work reflects his roles in institutional leadership and his belief in the importance of innovation in curriculum development, teaching and learning involving technology.

Robert has been a long-time research collaborator and PhD supervisor with Professor Peter Goodyear from Sydney School of Education and Social Work's Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation. He and Professor Goodyear are co-editors of the Springer book series “Understanding Teaching-Learning” practice (https://www.springer.com/series/14356 ). Robert also continues to author journal articles with our former Sydney School of Education and Social Work postdoctoral research students Feifei Han and Ana-Maria Bliuc, providing mentoring and helping advance their careers.

  • Dean and Professor (Learning and Teaching), Arts Education Law Group, PVC (AEL) Portfolio, Griffith University

Books

Journal articles
  • Ellis, R. A. & Han, F. (in press). Assessing university student collaboration in new ways. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education. DOI:10.1080/02602938.2020.1788504
  • Han, F. & Ellis, R. A. (in press). Assessing the quality of university student experiences in blended course designs: an ecological perspective. Higher Education Research & Development. DOI:10.1080/07294360.2020.1800597
  • Han, F. & Ellis, R. A. (in press). Configurations of collaborations based on learning orientations amongst medical students. Advances in Health Sciences Education. DOI:10.1007/s10459-020-09999-2
  • Han, F. & Ellis, R. A. (in press). Students' self-report and observed learning orientations in blended university course design: How are they related to each other an to academic performance? Journal of Computer Assisted Learning. DOI:10.1111/jcal.12453.
  • Ellis, R, Bliuc, A. & Han, F. (2021). Challenges in assessing the nature of effective collaboration in blended university courses. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 37(1). DOI:10.14742/ajet.5576
  • Han, F. & Ellis, R. A. (2020). Redes de aprendizaje personalizadas en contextos universitarios de aprendizaje semipresencial [Personalised learning networks in the university blended learning context]. Comunicar, 28(62), 19–30.
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