Caulfield Sch of Info Technology

    Research areas

  • Community Informatics, Critical Theory, Information Theory, Community-Based/Participatory Research, Development Informatics, Information Processing Continuum

Biography

Larry Stillman is a Senior Research Fellow in the Faculty of Information Technology, Monash University.

Research interests

  • Community Informatics and Development Informatics in urban or rural settings in Australia or elsewhere particularly with marginalized and underpresented communities and well as non-profit organisations.
  • All forms of critical theory, post-colonial theory (eg subaltern), feminism, disability theory, structuration theory, capability approach, Marxist derivations, and its application to information theory; new critical theories (ontologies, epistemologies) of Information Systems and Information and Knowledge Mangement.
  • Tools for change in non-profit organisations.
  • Organisational culture.
  • Information and Knowledge Mangement.
  • Qualitative methodologies, including grounded theory, critical ethnography, story-telling as applied to ICT in society
  • Theories of valuing and evaluation as applied to ICTs research.
  • How to conduct effective under-resourced research vs. well funded projects!
  • Participatory Research particularly community-based research.
  • Social Media and advocacy and political campaigning.
  • Voices for the Voiceless
  • Impacts and Outcomes of community-based ICT initiatives.
  • Application of the Monash Information Continuum in new ways.
  • Innovation for social good and wellbeing.
  • Assyriology

Supervision interests

  • Community Informatics and Development Informatics in urban or rural settings in Australia or elsewhere particularly with marginalized and underpresented communities and well as non-profit organisations.
  • All forms of critical theory, post-colonial theory (eg subaltern), feminism, disability theory, structuration theory, capability approach, Marxist derivations, and its application to information theory; new critical theories (ontologies, epistemologies) of Information Systems and Information and Knowledge Mangement.
  • Tools for change in non-profit organisations.
  • Organisational culture.
  • Information and Knowledge Mangement.
  • Qualitative methodologies, including grounded theory, critical ethnography, story-telling as applied to ICT in society
  • Theories of valuing and evaluation as applied to ICTs research.
  • How to conduct effective under-resourced research vs. well funded projects!
  • Participatory Research particularly community-based research.
  • Social Media and advocacy and political campaigning.
  • Voices for the Voiceless
  • Impacts and Outcomes of community-based ICT initiatives.
  • Application of the Monash Information Continuum in new ways.
  • Innovation for social good and wellbeing.

ID: 754628