As well as being a researcher, I am also an enthusiastic research supervisor. I am involved in supervising students in my research areas, especially PhD students. Here you can see a little more about current supervisions, completed PhD’s and also projects on which I may be willing to consider new research students:


Current Supervisions:

I am currently supervising a number of PhD, Masters, and Honours students. Below is a summary of my current students and their topics:

  • Interactive 3D Models for Blind and Low-Vision People (PhD)
  • Investigating the design and use of 3D printed models for tactile reading by people who are blind or have low vision (PhD)
  • Using 3D Printing and Computing Devices to Improve Access and Inclusion for the Vision-Impaired (PhD)
  • Data Visualization for Vision Impaired Persons engaging in Sports (PhD)
  • Reimagining the past: Slow designing inclusive museum experiences (Practice-based PhD)
  • Moving Beyond the Myopic: The impact of virtual reality field trips in High School History (Practice-based PhD)



I also have had a number of supervised students complete, including 4 PhD students, 4 Masters, and over 20 Honours students. Below is a summary of the PhD completions:

  • Exploration of motivation and self-regulated learning processes in blended learning environments (2021)
  • Learning Partner Recommender Systems: Learning Analytics in promoting informal online learning communities in higher education (2020)
  • Facilitating collaborative learning in the context of large-scale shared digital spaces (2018)
  • Investigating a shared co-located digital collaborative space for learning entity-relationship diagrams (2014)


Potential Student Research Supervision Projects:

Currently I am at capacity for supervision, but I am always willing to consider PhD research proposals relating to the use of new technologies in the provision of Accessible Graphics.