Dr Ashley Jones
|Position||Senior Lecturer (Television and Radio Broadcast)|
|Section||School of Creative Arts|
|Phone||+61 7 3470 4642|
|Qualifications||MA Griffith , PhD USQ|
Media & Society
New communities and communication
Access and Equity in Media
Currently teaching courses/programs
MMS 1003 - Fundamentals of Media
MMS 1013 - Production Management
Establishing the USQ Springfield Radio Online service
Research most recent
Rooney, D., Graham, P. & Jones, A. (2005). “Cultural Knowledge Management and Broadband Content in Development: Open Content Platforms, Copyright and Archives.” In Hakikur Rahman (Ed.) Information and Communication Technologies for Economic and Regional Development. Hershey, PA.: Idea Group
Jones, A., Graham, P. (2006) What is the role of new media in a master planned community, in Building sustainable social capital in new communities: Report to the Industry Partner. The University of Queensland. Brisbane. Queensland.
Jones, A. (2006) What is the role of new media in a master planned community. The University of Queensland and Delfin Lend Lease. Brisbane. Queensland.
Publications in ePrints
Jones, Ashley P. and Power, Margaret (2020) Creators of Ipswich report. Government Report. University of Southern Queensland , Springfield, Australia. [Report]
Jones, Ashley Paul (2016) An Ipswich case study: how does local broadcast media value, esteem and provide voice to a rapidly changing urban centre? [Thesis (PhD/Research)]
Jones, Dianne (2016) Using digital tools in WIL to enable student journalists' real world learning. In: 33rd International Conference of Innovation, Practice and Research in the Use of Educational Technologies in Tertiary Education: Show Me the Learning (ASCILITE 2016), 28-30 Nov 2016, Adelaide, South Australia.
Jones, Ashley (2010) Channel Nine - 50 years behind the scenes. [A Creative/Applied Media collection]
Ferrier, Elisabeth and Rooney, David and Graham, Phil and Jones, Ashley (2006) Cultural knowledge management and broadband content in development: open content platforms, copyright and archives. In: Information and communication technologies for economic and regional developments. IGI Publishing (IGI Global), Hershey, PA. United States, pp. 148-165. ISBN 978-159904186-5