Dr. Andrew Cram
Bachelor of Commerce, PhD
Dr. Andrew Cram is the Director of Digital Learning at APIC and is leading the development of high quality online delivery as well as supporting the adoption of new digital ways of learning and teaching at the College.
He has over 17 years of experience in online and technology-enabled learning, with a diverse background across multiple sectors and both private and public institutions. He has a background in managing organisation-wide learning technology platforms and educational design across multiple sectors and is interested in emerging models of technology-enabled learning and in exploring how to contextualise students’ experiences with narratives, simulations and synthetic environments.
He is passionate about emerging models of technology-enabled learning, and completed his PhD in 2012 investigating how 3D virtual environments can be used to design interactive scenarios that involve ambiguous and ill-structured problems such as ethical dilemmas.
After his PhD he worked at Navitas for five years, developing and managing learning technology ecosystems to support the academic and business goals of multiple institutions including Australia College of Applied Psychology (ACAP), Health Skills Australia (HSA), SAE Institute, Careers & Internships and English Australia.
Designing technology-enhanced educational activities and programs
Leading digital learning transformation and sustainable change
Managing complex educational technology ecosystems
Educational design research