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Dr Elicia Lanham

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Senior Lecturer in Information Technology

Faculty

Faculty of Sci Eng & Built Env

Department

School of Info Technology

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Qualifications

Graduate Certificate of Higher Education, Deakin University, 2011
Doctor of Philosophy, Deakin University, 2008
Bachelor of Computing, Deakin University, 2002
Bachelor of Computing (Information Systems), Deakin University, 2001

Contact

elicia.lanham@deakin.edu.au
+61 3 925 17602

Biography

I completed my PhD on Supporting Blended Learning in an E-Learning Environment at Deakin University under the supervision of Professor Wanlei Zhou in 2008. In 2009 I commenced my academic position Lecturing in the School of Information Technology.  I was recognized in 2016 with the Deakin University Vice Chancellors Award for Teaching Excellence.

From my work in my PhD studies I have always been intrigued by educational technology. As academic I am always looking for new ways to incorporate digital technology into the classroom as a means of improving student engagement.

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Research interests

Blended Learning

Mobile Teaching and Education 

Educational Technolgies

Student Retention and Engagement

Teaching interests

Interactive Media Design and Development

Information Technology

IT Professional Skills

Project Management

Awards

Deakin University Award for Teaching Excellence 2016

School of IT award for Service Award for excellence in contributions to the establishment of the IT alumni chapter (2017)


School of IT award for Excellence in Teaching 2016


School of IT award for Excellence in Teaching 2012


School of IT award for Excellence in Teaching 2011

Publications

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2021

Review of interactive practices in online immigration museums

Ruobin He, E Lanham, G Wood-Bradley

(2021), Vol. 1288, pp. 812-826, FTC 2020 : Proceedings of the Future Technologies Conference 2020, Online, E1

conference

Transferring the Physical into Digital to Extend the Reach of Museum Access

Ruobin He, Elicia Lanham, Guy Wood-Bradley

(2021), pp. 63-79, ICOIE 2021: Proceedings of the International Conference on Open and Innovative Education, Hong Kong, China, E1

conference
2020

Going digital to enhance the learning of undergraduate students

Nicholas Patterson, Madeleine Schultz, Guy Wood-Bradley, Elicia Lanham, Chie Adachi

(2020), Vol. 17, pp. 1-15, Journal of university teaching and learning practice, Wollongong, N.S.W., C1

journal article

Gathering Intelligence on Student Information Behavior Using Data Mining

Lei Pan, N Patterson, S Mckenzie, S Rajasegarar, G Wood-Bradley, J Rough, W Luo, E Lanham, J Coldwell-Neilson

(2020), Vol. 68, pp. 636-658, Library Trends, Baltimore, Md., C1

journal article

On repurposing social virtual reality platforms to support distributed learning

Shaun Bangay, Guy Wood-Bradley, Hasan Ferdous, Thuong Hoang, Sophie Mckenzie, Alexander Baldwin, Elicia Lanham

(2020), pp. 981-986, WI-IAT : Proceedings of the 2020 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Joint Conference on Web Intelligence and Intelligent Agent Technology, Online, E1

conference
2019

Chunked lectures: a new model or conducting online lectures within information technology higher education

Nicholas Patterson, R Trujillo Rasua, M Hobbs, G Wood-Bradley, J Currey, E Lanham

(2019), pp. 20-30, EAISR 2019 : European Academic Institute for Scientific Research Conferences Proceedings, Berlin, Germany, E1

conference
2018

Identifying items for moderation in a peer assessment framework

S James, E Lanham, V mak, L Pan, T Wilkin, G Wood-bradley

(2018), Vol. 162, pp. 211-219, Knowledge-based systems, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article
2015

The usefulness metrics of the most popular eReader used by higher education students

D Sari, E Lanham, L Pan

(2015), Vol. 12, pp. 203-212, Issues in informing science and information technology, Santa Rosa, Cailf., C1

journal article

Usability in mLearning

A Atalatti, E Lanham, J Coldwell-Neilson

(2015), Vol. 1, pp. 213-219, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Computer Supported Education, Lisbon, Portugal, E1

conference
2009

A mobile learning model for universities : reblending the current learning environment

F Khaddage, E Lanham, W Zhou

(2009), Vol. 3, pp. 18-23, International journal of interactive mobile technologies, Berlin, Germany, C1-1

journal article

A proposed blended mobile learning model for application in higher education

F Khaddage, E Lanham, W Zhou

(2009), pp. 141-147, IMCL2009 : Proceedings of the Interactive Mobile and Computer Aided Learning 2009 international conference, Amman, Jordan, E1-1

conference

Mobile phones as a learning device : is it time to stop the ban?

F Khaddage, E Lanham, W Zhou

(2009), pp. 347-350, ML 2009 : Proceedings of the Mobile Learning 2009 international conference, Barcelona, Spain, E1-1

conference
2008

Current status of mobile learning technologies in universities: the need to re-blend!

F Khaddage, E Lanham, W Zhou

(2008), Geelong, Vic., A6-1

research report/technical paper
2006

Building virtual learning communities

N Augar, R Raitman, E Lanham, W Zhou

(2006), pp. 72-100, Web-based intelligent e-learning systems: technologies and applications, Hershey, USA, B1

book chapter
2005

Clock synchronization state graphs based on clock precision difference

Y Zhao, W Zhou, Y Zhang, E Lanham, J Huang

(2005), Vol. 3179, pp. 34-39, Lecture notes in computer science, Berlin, Germany, C1

journal article

Creating a blended learning model for cross-cultural e-learning: putting theory into practice

E Lanham, N Augar, W Zhou

(2005), pp. 2623-2630, E-learn 2005: the proceedings of the world conference on e-learning in corporate, government, healthcare and higher education, Vancouver BC, Canada, E1

conference

How using a wiki can help break the ice between cultures

E Lanham, N Augar, W Zhou

(2005), pp. 2631-2636, E-learn 2005: the proceedings of the world conference on e-learning in corporate, government, healthcare and higher education, Vancouver BC, Canada, E1

conference
2004

Video lectures for cross-cultural use: a three phase model

E Lanham, W Zhou

(2004), pp. 2368-2373, E-Learn 2004 : World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, & Higher Education, Washington, DC, E1

conference
2003

Cultural issues in online learning - is blended learning a possible solution?

E Lanham, W Zhou

(2003), Vol. 16, pp. 275-292, International journal of computer processing of oriental languages, Singapore, C1

journal article

Blended learning for cross-cultural e-learning

E Lanham, W Zhou

(2003), pp. 1927-1930, E-learn 2003 World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Governement, Healthcare, & Higher Education, Phoenix, Arizona, USA, E1

conference

Cultural issues relating to teaching IT professional ethics online: lessons learned

E Lanham, W Zhou

(2003), pp. 134-144, Advances in Web-based learning--ICWL 2003 : second international conference, Melbourne, Australia, August 18-20, 2003 : proceedings, Melbourne, Australia, E1

conference

Mining sequential causal patterns with user-specified skeletons in multi-sequence of event data

X Hang, H Dai, E Lanham

(2003), pp. 702-711, Design and Application of Hybrid Intelligent Systems : Proceedings of the 2003 International Conference on Hybrid Intelligent Systems, Melbourne, Victoria, E1

conference

Application of fast and robust equalization in communication technology

H Ye, W Zhou, Y Lin, E Lanham, R Raitman

(2003), pp. 114-118, International Conference for Young Computer Scientists (7th : 2003, Harbin China), Harbin, China, E1

conference

Self-adaptive clock synchronisation based on clock precision difference

Y Zhao, W Zhou, E Lanham, S Yu, M Lan

(2003), pp. 181-187, Computer science 2003 : proceedings of the twenty-sixth Australasian Computer Science Conference, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, E1

conference
2002

Self-adaptive clock synchronization for computational grid

Y Zhao, W Zhou, J Huang, S Yu, E Lanham

(2002), pp. 932-942, GCC 2002 : Proceedings of the grid and cooperative computing international workshop, Hainan, China, E1

conference

Funded Projects at Deakin

Other Public Sector Funding

Responsible gambling for preventing and reducing harm through digital education.

Dr Sophie Mckenzie, Dr Nick Patterson, Prof Jo Coldwell-Neilson, Dr Elicia Lanham, Dr Guy Wood-Bradley, Dr Chathu Ranaweera, Prof Samantha Thomas, Dr Hannah Pitt

NSW Government - Office of Responsible Gambling

  • 2021: $150,000
  • 2019: $75,000

Supervisions

Principal Supervisor
2021

Ruobin He

Thesis entitled: The Design of a Web-based Immigration-Oriented Interactive Learning Unit

Master of Science (Information Technology), School of Information Technology

Associate Supervisor
2018

Febrianti Widyahastuti

Thesis entitled: Studying the behavior of students' in online discussion forum to predict their performance

Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), School of Information Technology