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Andrew R. Freeman FACS - ACT Australia - homepage

This page was last updated on:
30 November 2019.

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Andrew Freeman FACS'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:
afreeman@pcug.org.au

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:
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7867-525X

I have a sometimes protected twitter account at:
Follow @andrewrfreeman

I also have an iPhone.

Andrew 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 accounting, economics, legal studies (BEc Monash), data processing (GradDipDP CIT), teaching (DipEd BEd Monash, Cert4TESOL Teach International), and educational administration and policy (MEd Melb). I completed my HSC (Year 12) at Haileybury College in Melbourne, Australia in 1972 (OH'72). I have worked in the areas of adult training, evaluation, general public administration, information technology, planning, research, and teaching. 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.

Abbreviated curriculum vitae

More details on myself are included in my abbreviated curriculum vitae, which includes a link to my detailed list of publications, conference presentations, and related materials.

Thesis dealing with network futures

My Master of Education (MEd) minor thesis undertaken at the University of Melbourne (Melb) (MEd degree conferred in March 1984), 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 subsequently published by the ERIC Clearinghouse on Information Resources, Syracuse University, New York, USA (ERIC document reference: ED247936). ERIC documents are available from many major University libraries, throughout the world, and often also via the World Wide Web, as in this case.

The Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC) site includes details on the ERIC service.

Organisations Andrew Freeman is 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, heritage, Information and Communications Technology (ICT), libraries, and the arts more generally.

Acronym Finder

I am a contributor of acronyms to, and return link with, Acronym Finder.

Australian Computer Society (ACS)

I was elected a Fellow of the Australian Computer Society (FACS) in 1997.

I was elected an Honorary Life Member (HLM) of the ACS in 2018.

My name is included in the ACS virtual Hall of Fame.

International Vegetarian Union (IVU)

I am a Patron of the International Vegetarian Union (IVU).

I am also a lifetime member of Vegan ACT.

Manning Clark House Inc. (MCH)

I am a life member of, and a silver donor to, Manning Clark House Inc. (MCH).

National Gallery of Australia (NGA)

I was an Inaugural Member of the National Gallery of Australia (NGA).

I am also a life Member, and a member of the Bequest Circle, of the National Gallery of Australian Foundation (NGAF).

National Library of Australia (NLA)

I am a Founding Patron of the National Library of Australia (NLA).

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.

National Museum of Australia (NMA)

I am a Patron of the National Museum of Australia (NMA).

National Portrait Gallery of Australia (NPGA)

I am a Supporter of the National Portrait Gallery of Australia (NPGA).

My name is also listed on the Honour Board in the foyer of the NPG.

National Trust of Australia (ACT)

I am:
* a life member;
* an Inaugural Patron; and
* a Principal Patron, of the National Trust of Australia (ACT).

Sydney Writers' Festival (SWF)

I was a Patron of the Sydney Writers' Festivals (SWF) from 2014 to 2020 inclusive.

University of Melbourne (Melb)

I was a Supporter of the Chancellor's Cirle at the University of Melbourne during 2014.

I found the Believe - The Campaign for The University of Melbourne video, to be one of the most inspirational presentations I have ever seen.

I am also a member of the University of Melbourne Heritage Society.

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Disclaimer

The opinions expressed on this Web page are purely personal, and do not necessarily reflect the views of any organisation I am a member, and/or supportive, of. I disclaim any and all liability for the accuracy and/or completeness of the information presented on this, and pointed to, Web pages. I will accept no responsibility for loss occasioned as a direct or indirect result of the use of information obtained thereby. I suggest you confirm the accuracy of the information provided, before using it for any purpose.

Any FEEDBACK relating to this page would be appreciated

If you have any comments to make on this page, please e-mail them to:
afreeman@pcug.org.au

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