Neda Zdravkovic


I have been working at The University of Auckland in New Zealand since 2006 and during that time I have changed five different roles, completed four academic qualifications/degrees, contributed to and coordinated more than 30 academic and information literacy learning and e-learning projects, designed and delivered more than 1000 workshops (including online tutorials) and staff training sessions, coordinated/managed two major Library & Learning Services educational programmes, attended and taken part in more than 20 New Zealand and overseas/international conferences, completed seven professional exchange visits and supported ten generations of students, doctoral candidates and early-career researchers reach their potential in learning and life-long skills, succeed at academia and beyond. I am currently coordinating the academic and information literacy (Library) component of the Doctoral Skills Programme (DSP) at the University of Auckland, as well as contributing and coordinating (as a learning designer, online assessment, curriculum analysis and integration specialist) to the Arts Faculty AIL integration projects. My publications are listed from the following profile pages: 1. University of Auckland: 2. LinkedIn: 3. ResearchGate: