Andrew Freeman's location
I live in Canberra ACT Australia.
Contact details, including e-mail, Quick Response (QR) code, ORCID, Twitter, and iPhone details
My key e-mail address is:
Here is my e-mail address as a Quick Response (QR) code format, which one can read using a QR code reader app on one's mobile phone or similar device:
My Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID) is:
I have a sometimes protected twitter account:
I also have an iPhone.
Freeman's availability for paid or voluntary work, training, experience, and publications
I am currently retired. I am open to considering offers of
short or long term paid or voluntary work,
in Australia or overseas,
which utilise my training, and experience.
My training has been in the areas of economics, accounting, legal studies, data processing, teaching, and educational administration and policy. I have worked in the areas of adult training, information technology, teaching, research and planning, evaluation, and general public administration. I have contributed to a range of national and international conferences and journals on themes related to educational innovation, long range planning (more particularly, futures research), and technological change.
with network futures
My Master of Education minor thesis at Melbourne University
(completed in 1983), is around 300,000 bytes in length,
and is titled:
'The Network Nation: The relevance of this for possible educational and general public administrative structures and strategies in the 1980's and 90's.'
This thesis was published by the ERIC Clearinghouse on Information Resources, Syracuse University, New York, USA (in January 1985 - ERIC document reference: ED247936). ERIC documents are available from many major University libraries, throughout the world, and often also via the World Wide Web.
The Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC) site includes details on the ERIC service.
Organisations I am particularly supportive of
I enjoy supporting organisations which have a particular focus on areas I am interested in,
including such areas as education, free and/or inexpensive access to information, health, Information
and Communications Technology (ICT), and the arts more generally.
My name is also included in the Australian Computer Society (ACS) virtual Hall of Fame.
I am also a lifetime member of Vegan ACT.
My name is also listed on the Honour Board in the foyer of the NLA.
The reasons why I became a Patron of the NLA are given at the
Become A Patron page,
which also includes contact details for more information on how to donate to, and become a Patron of, the NLA.
I enjoy sometimes wearing my
NLA Patron lapel badge
to social functions,
as I find it can be a very good conversation starter about the benefits that result from giving to the NLA.
My name is also listed on the Honour Board in the foyer of the NPG.
I found the Believe - The Campaign for The University of Melbourne video, to be one of the most inspirational presentations I have ever seen.
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