Regina John Luan - Round 1, 2019 Champion

Putting digital media at everyone's fingertips

Located in Bundaberg

Regina John Luan is the digital media lecturer at Central Queensland University’s Bundaberg campus. Multimedia was her first insight into the power of digital technology and inspires her ongoing interest.

She has been a master trainer in Malaysia for the Smart School Technology program, which was created to show teachers how to embed digital technology into their lesson plans. She has also delivered free professional development for teachers called “Weaving technology into the fabric of the classroom”, which assists teachers to use robotics, virtual reality and augmented reality in their classroom.

As a staff member, Regina helps to inform and educate the community about digital media technology through a yearly workshop to high school students. Her research area is in technology-assisted authentic learning in digital media courses at higher education, which inspires her to share her ideas on how to use technology in education.

She is responsible for teaching and producing some of the units in the Bachelor of Digital Media courses such as programming, mobile application development and digital publishing. She also teaches game design and development, digital video and audio and visual storytelling.

Regina’s activities

Quarterly workshops on digital publishing, demonstrating what packages are available, how to design and how the process works.

Annual learn to code workshop, aimed at STEM students.

Regina is nominated by CQUniversity

Putting digital media at everyone's fingertips

Located in Bundaberg

Regina John Luan is the digital media lecturer at Central Queensland University’s Bundaberg campus. Multimedia was her first insight into the power of digital technology and inspires her ongoing interest.

She has been a master trainer in Malaysia for the Smart School Technology program, which was created to show teachers how to embed digital technology into their lesson plans. She has also delivered free professional development for teachers called “Weaving technology into the fabric of the classroom”, which assists teachers to use robotics, virtual reality and augmented reality in their classroom.

As a staff member, Regina helps to inform and educate the community about digital media technology through a yearly workshop to high school students. Her research area is in technology-assisted authentic learning in digital media courses at higher education, which inspires her to share her ideas on how to use technology in education.

She is responsible for teaching and producing some of the units in the Bachelor of Digital Media courses such as programming, mobile application development and digital publishing. She also teaches game design and development, digital video and audio and visual storytelling.

Regina’s activities

Quarterly workshops on digital publishing, demonstrating what packages are available, how to design and how the process works.

Annual learn to code workshop, aimed at STEM students.

Regina is nominated by CQUniversity