Dr Kim Blackmore

PhD, BSc, Grad Dip Ed
Director, Learning and Teaching

Areas of expertise

  • Educational Technology And Computing 130306
  • Curriculum And Pedagogy 1302
  • Science, Technology And Engineering Curriculum And Pedagogy 130212
  • Higher Education 130103

Research interests


  • Educational technology and it's impact on the higher education system
  • Discipline-specific approaches to higher education
  • Learning Analytics 
  • Adaptive learning, personalised learning, data-informed education
  • Collaboration in education
  • Engineering education


  • Signal Processing
  • Machine Learning
  • Mobile Ad Hoc Networks


Kim is the Director of the Centre for Learning and Teaching and the Interactive Learning Project (iLEAP). iLEAP is a strategic ANU project aiming to leverage social interaction to activate the on-campus education experience and enhance student learning.  

Kim has been a leader of education innovation in higher education and an early adopter of technology to improve teaching and learning. Kim has conducted research and published in education innovation, mobile ad hoc networks and machine learning. As an academic in the Research School of Engineering, Kim has taught Signals and Systems, Communications Technologies and Modelling and Optimisation, contributed to the higher degree research student mentoring, and managed student project based learning. Kim founded the Educational Development Group for the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science and was a leader of the Engineering Hubs and Spokes project, which included sharing design, development and delivery of courses with the University of South Australia. Before taking up the leadership of iLEAP, Kim was an Engineering Education Strategist in the Research School of Engineering.

Kim has been Director of Teaching and Learning at the University of Canberra where she led a whole-of-institutional curriculum review program and managed the education quality, innovation, and technology functions of the university, as well as the library and careers services. Kim has also been Convener of the Digital Learning Project in the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific (CAP), which created the world's first bilingual MOOC and enabled technology-enhancement of on-campus courses and the creation of online Masters programs and language courses. 

Kim has also worked as a Research Scientist at the Defence Science and Technology Organisation, conducting research in Document Image Processing and Anomalous Change Detection in Communication Networks.


Projects and Grants

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Updated:  21 January 2022 / Responsible Officer:  Director (Research Services Division) / Page Contact:  Researchers