- Display name: Sandy Barker
- Email address: Sandra.Barker@unisa.edu.au
I am a Lecturer in the School of Management at the University of South Australia. Originally part of the teaching staff in the Bachelor of Business (Administrative Management), I now teach courses in the Bachelor of Management, Bachelor of Management (Logistics and Supply Chain Management), and Master of Management (Strategic Procurement) programs.
My passion in teaching is to give students a practical experience which allows them the opportunity to put into practice the theory that they learn throughout their studies. Experiential courses, Industry Project 1 and Business Decision Making Simulation, give students this opportunity in either a real workplace or a simulated organisational environment.
Recently I have completed a MOOC on designing online activites run by Professor Gilly Salmon from Swinburne University (Carpe Diem) and am currently engaged in the ocTEL MOOC to improve my integration of Technology Enhanced Learning into my courses.
Doctor of Philosophy (Business and Management) (PhD) at Univeristy of South Australia
- March 2012
Thesis entitled: Managing End-User Computing Activities in Organisations: A Multi Case Study Approach
Graduate Certificate in Education (University Teaching) (Grad Cert) at University of South Australia
- June 2008
Bachelor of Applied Science (Chemistry) (B. App. Sc.) at University of Central Queensland
- November 1992
Associate Diploma in Applied Chemistry (Ass. Dip.) at SA Institute of Technology
- November 1985
Industry Project Information
The course Industry Project 1 is a 9 unit elective course for the Bachelor of Management, Bachelor of Management (Logistics & Supply Chain Management) and Bachelor of Management (Human Resource Management) students.
Students in other Division of Business programs (with the exception of Sport and Recreation Management and Tourism and Event Management students) may also choose to take this course as an elective.
Information about the course and the types of projects that have been completed in the past can be found from the link below.