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Dr Chinh Nguyen

Academic Programs Support Officer

Dr Chinh Nguyen is Academic Programs Support Officer at the LH Martin Institute.

Prior to joining the LH Martin Institute, Chinh was Tutor & Grader of various management and marketing subjects - both undergraduate and postgraduate - at the Department of Management and Marketing, Faculty of Business & Economics, the University of Melbourne.

Chinh’s research interests include discourse, organization, quality and e-learning.

Chinh holds a PhD (Education), awarded by the University of Melbourne. He also holds a Master of Educational Studies from the University of Queensland, a Master of Arts (Vietnam National University), and undergraduate degrees from the Vietnam National University (B.A.), the Hanoi Foreign Trade University (B.Com.)

E: chinhn@unimelb.edu.au
T: +61 3 8344 3158

Selected Publications

Refereed Journal Article
Nguyen, C., Davis, H., Sharrock, G. and Hempsall, K., 2016. Realising the potential of MOOCs in developing capacity for tertiary education managers. Leadership and Personnel Management: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, 3, pp. 1660-1672. Available through Scopus website .
Refereed Conference Paper
Nguyen, C., Phillips, T., & Geodegebuure, L. (2012). The use of wiki based virtual teams and student learning outcomes. Paper presented at the Business Education in the 21st century, Faculty of Business and Economics, the University of Melbourne.
Refereed Conference Paper
Nguyen, C 2008, The discursive and electronic construction of Australian universities and international students on university websites, presented at the Web 2.0 Studies: Critical Internet Theory and Research Methodologies Workshop, The University of Melbourne.
Refereed Conference Paper
Nguyen, C 2007, From place to place through space: The discursive electronic construction of identities of international students and Australian higher education on http://www.studyinaustralia.gov.au: Asian international studentsí perspectives, presented at the Australian International Education Conference, Melbourne.
Refereed Conference Paper
Nguyen, C 2007, The discursive electronic self, thirdspace, and marketing Australian higher education online', presented at the Intercultural World: Theoretical Approaches, Interdisciplinary Perspectives Conference, Monash University, Melbourne.
Research Report
Nguyen, C & Kampf, C 2006. Reach, reification and identity (re)construction on the Web: A situated perspective on global communication processes, Internet Research 7.0: Internet Convergences, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
Refereed Conference Paper
Nguyen, C 2005, The electronic construction of universities and international students, International Critical Discourse Analysis Conference proceedings, University of Tasmania, Launceston.