Timothy McCallum in the News

10th May 2016

USQ’s open access search project hits 16 million records

In a bid to make freely available research more accessible, USQ’s senior project officer of technology demonstrator projects Tim McCallum started work creating a search engine targeting open access journals, winning an AMP Tomorrow Makers grant in the process.

19th November 2015

AMP Tomorrow Fund boosts USQ researcher’s digital reach

Mr McCallum was last night announced as one of AMP’s 42 Tomorrow Makers of 2015 who will be sharing in the $1 million AMP Tomorrow Fund which is supporting athletes, artists, social innovators and more, as well as scientists like Mr McCallum.

22nd September 2015

Chronicle – USQ talks openness in higher education

USQ Salon panel discussion session with Mr Paul Stacey (Associate Director of Global Learning, Creative Commons, Canada), Mr Dave Lane (Open Source Technologist, OER Foundation and President, New Zealand Open Source Society), Dr Carina Bossu (Lecturer, Tasmanian Institute of Learning and Teaching), Mr Adrian Stagg (eLearning Design, USQ), Ms Kate Judith (Academic Communication, USQ), and Mr Tim McCallum (Senior Analyst, USQ).

22nd July 2015

720 ABC Radio Perth – Will we soon farewell textbooks?

Timothy McCallum speaks with Sinead on ABC Breakfast about how the school backpack is evolving.

 

Chronicle – Are textbooks going the way of Dinasours?

Timothy McCallum is a senior analyst and demonstrator with USQ and is at the forefront of Australian research into open educational resources. The textbook is fast becoming a thing of the past as learning embraces online technology and breaks down the barriers to education imposed by the cost and constraints of traditional publishing.