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Marshall, Stewart 1946–

Marshall, Stewart 1946–

(Barry Stewart Marshall)

PERSONAL: Born January 26, 1946, in Sheffield, England; son of Robert (a laborer) and Alice (a homemaker; maiden name, Jenkinson) Marshall; married Margaret Mase (a lecturer), April 11, 1990. Education: Leeds Polytechnic, O.N.C., 1964; Rotherham College of Technology, H.N.D., 1968; University of York, B.A. (with first class honors), 1971; University of Leeds, M.Phil., 1973; Sheffield City Polytechnic, graduate diploma, 1981; Central Queensland University, Ph.D., 2004.

ADDRESSES: Home—Haynes View, Lot D, Apt. 3, Mount Standfast, St. James, Barbados. Office—Distance Education Center, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados; fax: 1-246-421-6753. E-mail[email protected]

CAREER: Writer. Central Electricity Generating Board, England, trainee electrical engineer, 1962–68; Sunderland Polytechnic, Sunderland, England, lecturer in languages and cultures, 1973–75; Sheffield City Polytechnic, Sheffield, England, senior lecturer, 1976–81, principal lecturer in communications studies, 1981–85; Papua New Guinea University of Technology, Lae, professor of communication and head of department of language and communication studies, 1985–90; Batchelor College, Batchelor, Northern Territory, Australia, head of school of community studies, 1990–93, acting assistant director, 1991; Monash University, Clayton, Victoria, Australia, professor of communication, 1993–99, head of school, 1993–96; Central Queensland University, Rockhampton, Australia, professor of informatics and communication and dean of faculty, 1999–2004, adjunct professor, 2004–, acting pro vice chancellor for research and academic development, 2001–02. University of Swaziland, professor of distance education and coordinator of academic studies, 1996–98; University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados, director of Distance Education Center, 2004–; guest speaker at other institutions, including Australian National University and University of Lancaster. Darling Downs Institute of Advanced Education, visiting fellow in communication studies, 1984. British Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators, chief examiner for communication category, 1980–85; Sheffield Advisory Group on Economic and Social Development, member, 1982–85; Passam National High School, East Sepik, Papua New Guinea, member of governing council, 1986–88; Kerevat National High School, East New Britain, Papua New Guinea, member of governing council, 1988–90; Bugandi High School, Lae, member of board of governors, 1989–90; National Centre for Language in Education at the Northern Territory University, member of board of management, 1990–93; Australian Committee for Training Curriculum (now Australian Training Products Ltd.), member of steering committee for National Aboriginal Management Training Project, 1992–93; Family Action Research Centre, Morwell, Victoria, member of management committee, 1995–96; Rockhampton and Region Community Informatics Implementation Committee, member, 2000–; conference organizer, chair, and presenter; guest on media programs in Australia; consultant to Ramu Sugar Ltd.

MEMBER: Institution of Electrical and Electronic Incorporated Engineers (England).


(With N. Williams) Exerdices in Teaching Communication, Kogan Page (London, England) 1986.

(Editor, with W. Taylor and X. Wu) Proceedings of IT in Regional Areas Conference: Using Informatics to Transform Regions, Central Queensland University Press (Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia), 2001.

(Editor, with W. Taylor and C. Macpherson) Proceedings of IT in Regional Areas Conference 2002—Using IT: Make IT Happen, Central Queensland University Press (Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia), 2002.

(Editor, with W. Taylor and X. Wu) Closing the Digital Divide: Transforming Regional Economies and Communities with Information Technology, Greenwood Press (Westport, CT), 2003.

(Editor, with W. Taylor) Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on IT in Regional Areas (ITiRA), Central Queensland University Press (Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia), 2003.

(Editor, with W. Taylor and X. Wu) Using Community Informatics to Transform Regions, Idea Group Publishing (London, England), 2004.

(Editor, with W. Taylor and X. Wu) Encyclopedia of Developing Regional Communities with Information and Communication Technology, Idea Group Reference (London, England), 2005.

Contributor to books, including The Design and Management of Effective Distance Learning Programs, edited by R. Discenza, C. Howard, and K.D. Schenk, Idea Group Publishing (Hershey, PA), 2002; and Community Practice in the Network Society, edited by P. Day and D. Schuler, Routledge (London, England), 2004. Contributor to professional journals, including Informing Science, Asian Academy of Management, English for Specific Purposes, International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, Simulation/Games for Learning, Physics Education, Computers in Education, and Australasian Journal of Information Systems. Chief editor, International Journal of Education and Development Using Information and Communication Technology; associate editor, International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education; regional editor, Campus-Wide Information Systems, 2003–; editor for distance education units, Energy Conservation, 1984–85; member of editorial board, Community Informatics: A Global E-Journal.



Central Queensland University Web site, (February 17, 2005), "Stewart Marshall."

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