Kranium is a network of outstanding teachers and scholars from right across the globe. We support academic programs online and face-to-face in partnership with universities. All of our members are carefully screened and quality controlled to ensure that only the best and brightest qualify for membership.
The academic workplace is changing rapidly. Academic work is increasingly casualised and online. This creates both problems and opportunities for academics and the universities that employ them.
Scholars of the future are likely to work for multiple institutions at the same time, many as independent contractors. Technology is facilitating this trend, enabling scholars to provide teaching and research services to universities the world over, without ever leaving their home desk. Online delivery means that universities of the future now have a global talent pool at their disposal but it can be difficult to access it and even more difficult to manage.
How can a university supervise and ensure the quality of a workforce that rarely, if ever, sets foot on campus? Kranium Network was established to address the needs of universities and academics in the new academic environment. We offer our network members a rewarding academic career while providing universities with a professionally run workforce comprised of the best and brightest minds from around the world.
- Foundation Studies
- Undergraduate and Postgraduate Pathways and Enabling Courses
- Professional Bridging Programs
- IELTS and English as a Second Language
Verified credentials and skills is a must for Kranium academics.
Dr. Daniel Barber
Daniel is a medical resident at St Vincent's Hospital in Melbourne, Australia. He has a Bachelor of Neuroscience (Hons.) from the University of Toronto, Canada, and a post graduate medical degree from the University of Melbourne. Daniel is currently a registrar at St Vincent's Hospital, Melbourne and engaged in specialist training. He is also a keen teacher with a particular interest in learning management systems and online pedagogy.
Mr. James Greenhalgh
James earned his Bachelor of Science from the University of Toronto and a Programming Diploma from Seneca College, Canada. His experience at both large and small educational institutions provided him with valuable insights into the post-secondary student experience, particularly in the online environment.
Dr. Jessica Scoullar
Jessica holds a PhD in molecular microbiology from the University of Western Australia. Her subject specialties include biochemistry, microbial genetics and proteomics. In her spare time, Jess is also a published novelist. Jess is primarily responsible for the development and maintenance of the Network itself and for the management of university partnerships.
Prof. Jim Barber
Jim is primarily responsible for the quality assurance of network members and the services they provide. He is the former Vice-Chancellor and President of the University of New England and has an international reputation in the field of online education. Having worked all over the world in university executive positions, he is very familiar with university processes and best practice in all areas of quality assurance, such as instructional design, the supervision of sessional instructors and the control and moderation of examination results.