Projects per year
Joanne Mihelcic (Research Fellow, People, Culture and Cyber Security, Monash University) is a sociotechnical analyst, researcher and consultant who applies interdisciplinary expertise to the study of technology, human experience, culture and behaviour. Her extensive professional experience in large organisational contexts and change projects enables her to apply systems thinking and rich ethnographic approaches to exploring the 'big picture', as well as the lived experience.
Joanne’s research contributes new understandings of safety in digital environments and cyber security to a range of community, organisational and national contexts. Her current portfolio includes:
The UePSiDE Project: An ethnographic approach to Understanding Experiences and Perceptions of Safety in Digital Environments.
People, culture and cyber Security: Analysis of focus group data collected as part of a review of national cybersecurity in the Pacific region.
Consulting and advisory roles in interdisciplinary industry and research projects.
Design and conduct of qualitative research implementing range of methodologies and human-centred design.
Technology and ageing: Joanne has been a member of the Victorian Executive Committee of the Australian Association of Gerontology since 2013 and is the working group lead for Ageing and Technology.
Joanne’s qualifications include: PhD, Bachelor of Education, Graduate Diploma in Media Studies, and Masters in Information Management and Systems. These studies have supported a career that has spanned: cyber security, knowledge and information management, health, education, media, performing arts and design.
PhD, MONASH UNIVERSITY
Information & Knowledge Management, Master of Information and Systems, MONASH UNIVERSITY
Media Studies, Graduate Diploma in Media Studies, Deakin University
Bachelor of Education (Secondary), University of Melbourne
Research Consultant - eScholarship Research Centre, University of Melbourne1 Oct 2018 → 28 Feb 2019
Researcher - Digital Ethnography Research Centre, RMIT University1 Feb 2017 → 31 Dec 2018
Digital Archivist: RMIT Design Archives, RMIT UniversitySep 2016 → Dec 2016
Research area keywords
- Safety and Cyber Security
- Ageing and Technology
- Person-centred record
- Culture and behaviour Change
- Aged Care
- Personal archives
- Interdisciplinary Research
- Social informatics
- Second generation grounded theory
- Social constructionism
- Archival Science
Activities per year
Activity: Industry, Government and Philanthropy Engagement and Partnerships › Membership of an advisory panel/policy group/ board