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Michael is chief scientist for the Contemporary Indigenous Knowledge and Governance research group in the Northern Institute. He has a background in linguistics, and in teaching, translating and interpreting Yolŋu (Northeast Arnhem Land Aboriginal) languages. He has written extensively about Yolŋu knowledge and education, and conducted research into fields such as digital technologies and the management of traditional knowledge, health communication, and Aboriginal philosophies of knowledge and education. In recent years he has led a team working with governments (and NGOs) and Aboriginal elders and researchers and their organisations, to clarify and evaluate services to Aboriginal communities, including health, housing, volunteering, and resource management.
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D20-0279 Provision of a Monitoring and Evaluation Framework 2021 for the Remote Engagement and Coordination Strategy
1/03/21 → 31/10/21
UniMelb APP1179067 Evaluation of a community-led nutrition and lifestyle program for weightloss and metabolic health: a randomised controlled trial
2/11/20 → 30/06/23
Christie, M. & Asmar, C., 22 Jun 2021, University Teaching in Focus: A Learning-centred Approach. Hunt, L. & Chambers, D. (eds.). 2nd ed. Taylor & Francis, p. 260-284 25 p.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter › peer-review
Community planning and development program: ground up monitoring and evaluation, interim report - December 2019Spencer, M. & Christie, M., 2020, Northern Land Council. 38 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Other reportOpen Access
Bow, C. (ed.), Norrington, L. R. (ed.), Verran, H. (ed.) & Christie, M. (ed.), 27 Nov 2020, In: Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social contexts. 26, p. 2-5 4 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › EditorialOpen AccessFile19 Downloads (Pure)
Christie, M., 2020, In: Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social contexts. 26, p. 6-11 6 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile2 Downloads (Pure)