Dr Andrew Treloar has a B. A. hons. (first class), majoring in Germanic Languages and Linguistics, a Grad. Dip. in computer science, and an M. A. with the topic A Computer-assisted analysis of characterisation in Virginia Woolfs The Waves, all from Melbourne University. In 1999 he received his Ph. D. from Monash University with the topic Hypermedia Online Publishing - Transformation of the Scholarly Journal.
Andrew is currently Director, Information Management and Planning within Information Technology Services at Monash University. A major part of this role is implementing the Monash University Information Management Strategy . He is also the ARROW Technical Architect and DART Project Architect. He has held a number of management roles within ITS in the Web and Internet technologies area.
For much of his career he was an IT academic, rising to the rank of Senior Lecturer in Information Management at Deakin University. He has taught extensively in the areas of the Internet, database management, project management and electronic information sources. He has also consulted in Australia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, South Korea and Fiji.
His research areas include institutional repositories and scholarly communication.
He never gets enough time for practising his cello, reading, talking to his chooks, or working in his vegetable garden.