Editorial

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  • Bronwyn Fredericks The University of Queensland
  • Martin Nakata James Cook University
  • Katelyn Barney The University of Queensland

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.55146/ajie.2022.325

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Editorial

Abstract

We are very pleased to bring you Volume 51. 1 of The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education. This year the journal shifted to an exciting new open-source platform with Open Journal Systems (OJS) and we are thrilled to be able to bring the AJIE to readers in an even more accessible format. 

We hope you enjoy this volume of the AJIE. We wish to thank the authors and reviewers for their important contributions to this volume. Many thanks to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit in the Indigenous Engagement Division at The University of Queensland for their financial support of the journal. We are grateful to our Senior Publications Officer Sonia Nitchell for managing the import of the extensive AJIE archive onto the new platform. We look forward to continuing to bring AJIE to readers through our new open access website and ensuring that researchers in Indigenous education globally benefit from increased visibility and engagement with their scholarship.

Bronwyn Fredericks, Martin Nakata, and Katelyn Barney

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Author Biographies

Bronwyn Fredericks, The University of Queensland

Professor Bronwyn Fredericks is Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous Engagement) at The University of Queensland, home of The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education. She has over 30 years of experience working in and with the tertiary sector, State and Federal Governments, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community-based organisations.

Bronwyn is a member of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) Research Advisory Committee, the Beyond Blue National Research Advisory Committee, a NATSIHEC representative for Universities Australia, a judge for Queensland’s Australian of the Year Award, and on numerous other Queensland and national annual awards committees, as well as being a member of the Australian Research Council’s (ARC) College of Experts.

Martin Nakata, James Cook University

Professor Martin Nakata is Deputy Vice-Chancellor Indigenous Education & Strategy at James Cook University. He is a leading Indigenous academic in Australia, and the first Torres Strait Islander to graduate with a PhD. Professor Nakata has been the co-editor of The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education for the past ten years, and continues to serve on editorial boards of academic journals in several countries as well as in Australia.

Katelyn Barney, The University of Queensland

Dr Katelyn Barney is a Senior Lecturer in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit at The University of Queensland. She has been the Managing Editor of The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education for the last 12 years. Katelyn recently completed a National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education Equity Fellowship focusing on strengthening the evidence and research base about the effectiveness of outreach strategies for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. She has also co-edited a number of books and special issues of journals and her forthcoming edited book Musical Collaboration between Indigenous and non-Indigenous People in Australia: Exchanges in the Third Space will be published by Routledge. 

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Published

2022-07-15

How to Cite

Fredericks, B., Nakata, M., & Barney, K. (2022). Editorial. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 51(1). https://doi.org/10.55146/ajie.2022.325

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