Steven Pace is the Head of the Digital Media course and an Associate Professor in the School of Education and the Arts at Central Queensland University. Steven is the recipient of two national teaching awards – a Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning and National ICT Educator of the Year. Steven completed a PhD in the field of human-computer interaction at the Australian National University, and he is an Advance Queensland Community Digital Champion.
ArticlesIntroductionCan a person’s tastes in art, music, literature, cinema, sport, humour or other fields be changed through online activity? This article explores that question by comparing recent research findings in the areas of neuroplasticity and flow. Neuroplasticity, also known as brain plasticity, is the idea that the human brain can change its structure and function through...Read more
ArticlesIntroductionIn July 1997, the Mackay campus of Central Queensland University hosted a conference with the theme Regional Australia: Visions of Mackay. It was the first academic conference to be held at the young campus, and its aim was to provide an opportunity for academics, business people, government officials,...Read more