Some information about me
Dr Anita Greenhill joined MBS in September 2003. Anita received her PhD from the Engineering & Information Technology Faculty, Griffith University in 2002. She also recieved her Bachelor of Arts (Hons) II from the Arts Faculty, Griffith University in 1993. Prior to her appointment Anita was employed as a lecturer in Information Systems in the Faculty of Management and Commerce, Griffith University, and in the Faculty of Computing & Information Technology, Griffith University. Anita has over 50 published articles in various fields of interest and expertise: Information Systems, Virtual Communities, Sociology, Skills acquistion in Information Technology, Gender an Information Technology, Information Technology, Policy and Education, Qualitative Research Methods.
Anita's research primarily focuses on the development of Web Information Systems. She utilises the socially informed elements of our visual and spatial experiences to examine peoples/users relationship with technology and its usage. Anita also continues to carry out research on the digital divide, ICT and aging, gender and technology and has a growing area of research and publications in social networking, virtual communities, social interaction and conflict. Additional Information Anita is currently teaching on both the undergraduate and postgraduate teaching courses. She is programme director for the Masters in Information Systems Organisation and Management. She is the course unit coordinator of the Information Systems Assessment and Evaluation course unit on the Masters. She also teaches a number of core course units at undergraduate level relating to Information Systems, Management and Organisations. These course units feed into the the BSc in Management and Information Technology.
Anita Greenhill, Gordon Fletcher (2011), 'Life, Death and Everyday Experience of Social Media', CRESC Working Paper 107.