John McIntyre is a research and policy consultant in the field of
adult learning. From 2007-2010 he was Chair of the NSW Advisory Committee on Community Education and 2002-2007
member and later interim
of the NSW Board
Community Education (See NSW ACE site). Download CV.
He is Adjunct Professor in the Faculty of Education, Science, Technology and Mathematics at the University of Canberra, an Adult
Learning Australia Research Fellow. Until 2001 he worked at the University
of Technology Sydney as a senior researcher and later Director of the UTS Research
for Vocational Education and Training. He has over 25 years experience in the professional preparation of adult and vocational educators.
He has conducted research for government in adult and community
education (ACE) and VET,
the National Centre for Vocational Education Research, the NSW
Board of Adult and Community Education, the Victorian Adult Community
Further Education Board and the West Australian Department of Training.
John holds a Master of Arts in Education with First Class Honours in the University of Sydney and a PhD in Education in the University of Tecnology Sydney. His PhD
(by publication) was based on his research on policy, provision
and participation in ault and community education.
Lifelong learning as policy process: A case study from Australia. In Aspin, D.N.; Chapman, J.; Evans, K.; Bagnall, R. (Eds.), Second International Handbook of Lifelong Learning. Dordrecht: Springer.759-772
Watson,L. and Mcintyre,J. (2011). Scaling Up: Building engineering workforce capacity through education and training. Download Report and Summary from ANET.
McIntyre,J. (2011). Enterprising ACE: ACE organisations and workforce skills development in small and medium enterprises. Canberra: Adult Learning Australia. Download report
McIntyre, J. (2008). Professional knowledge formation and organisational capacity-building in ACE: Lessons from the Victorian Research Circles. Australian Journal of Adult Learning, 48, No. 2: 213-236. Request journal article.
McIntyre,J. (2007).Perspectives on client engagement' in Engagement and
participation in a learner-centred system. Canberra:
Adult Learning Australia.
(2007). See overview or full
set of papers (3.3Mb).
Since 2007 a continuing project has been an ACE Research Archive that makes available electronic versions
Australian ACE sector.