My name is Sue Waters and you may also know me as the editor of The Edublogger or the Support Manager for Edublogs and CampusPress.

Who Am I?

Image of australiaI’m Australian based in Perth and are married with two kids.  My passion is the using technology to enhance student learning.

My passion for technology lead to my transition from aquaculture lecturer, to facilitating elearning professional to working as the Support Manager for Edublogs and CampusPress.

My support manager role involves working with educators from all educational sectors spread throughout the World.  My work enables me to assist educators integrate technology to enhance student learning in ways that weren’t possible in my previous work role.

While I spend lots of time helping and mentoring others — I do make time for for my personal and family life. My favorite ways of relaxing are spent exploring my City with my family and friends.  You’ll find more information on my Out and About page.

Waiting for the start of the HBF Run for a Reason
Waiting for the start of the HBF Run for a Reason

As a blogger I stands for — practical application of technologies in education, and most importantly HELPING OTHERS learn how to use these technologies.

Enjoy walk along ocean in rain
Enjoying walk along ocean in rain

About My Work

This is my personal blog where I share random thoughts and passions.

You’ll find most of my work on The Edublogger , Edublogs Teacher Challenge and I write support documentation for Edublogs Help and CampusPress.

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