Grahame RamsayLecturer/Manager Media
University of Western Sydney
School of Communication and Media
2 Harrison Avenue
Grahame Ramsay's first contact with museums was as a journalist and documentary film-maker, for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation where he produced programs about museums. He has won a national journalism and an international documentary award for his work. Grahame now lectures in information media, video production and new media at the University of Western Sydney, Australia. He founded and developed the media production strand at UWS, where students use digital equipment to produce projects for the World Wide Web, cable television, radio and community video. Grahame is the President of the Australian Society for Eduicational Technology and has interests in instructional design, user navigation, experimental learning, and constructivist approaches to museum research. Grahame spent six months as a visiting Research Fellow at Australia's largest museum, the Powerhouse Museum, where he conducted the research that is reported there.