Dr. Donald Joyce
CertAd&Tert.Ed, BSc (Hons), and PhD, (University of Cambridge)

Expertise/Foci: Research, Information Technology and Research Supervision
about dr. donald joyce
Donald has a vast and successful background as a Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Professor, Academic Quality Adviser, Group Facilitator and Mentor in both university and polytechnic settings in New Zealand and overseas. Donald has held positions at Unitec, Massey University and the Universities of Auckland, Cambridge, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Otago, Oxford, Papua New Guinea, and the South Pacific. He has also served as chair of the National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications (NACCQ). Academic quality system work has included contributions and leadership roles related to academic issues, academic integrity, academic standards, academic statutes, appointments and promotions, postgraduate studies, preliminary studies, undergraduate studies, and university status. Donald has directed qualifications from certificate to doctoral level, served on two NZQA panels, acted as a subject expert for a PTE's application for approval and accreditation of a degree and as a degree monitor at three institutes of technology.
Research interests/expertise
Donald's research interests have in the main focussed on academic integrity, assessment and learner success, programme development, delivery and review. Recent publications include a textbook used in 13 countries, 66 papers in conference proceedings (17 international and 49 national), 35 other conference presentations (11 international and 24 national) and 20 journal papers (9 international and 11 national). Successful supervision of Master's and doctoral learners is also a key skill and area of experience. Donald is a highly competent, innovative and methodical consultant who can provide clients with quality solutions, systems and materials.