Dr Maxwell Reid

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CISCO Programme Coordinator

Phone: +64 9 921 9999 ext 8730

Email: maxwell.reid@aut.ac.nz

Postal Address:
Auckland University of Technology
School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences
Private Bag 92006
Auckland 1142
Auckland

Qualifications:

EdD Auckland University of Technology
MSc University of Waikato
CCAI Christchurch Polytechnic
NZCE Auckland Technical Institute

Memberships and Affiliations:

MNZCS

Teaching Areas:

Bachelor of Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering Technology

Research Areas:

Engineering education
Ethics and sustainability in engineering  
Computer Networking 

Publications:

Doctoral Thesis
Reid, M. S. (2010) The design and implementation of an ethics module within an undergraduate engineering studies programme. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University of Technology.

Books
Reid, M. S. (2013). 2nd edition. Ethics and the Professional Engineer. Institute of Professional Engineers of New Zealand. Wellington, New Zealand:  IPENZ.

Reid, M. S. (2011). The design and implementation of an ethics module within an undergraduate engineering studies programme.  Koln, Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing.

Reid, M. S. (2009). Ethics and the Professional Engineer. Institute of Professional Engineers of New Zealand. Wellington, New Zealand:  IPENZ.

Reid, M. S. (2009) Students’ perceptions of ethics in engineering: Implications for teaching. ISBN 978-3-8383-1630-7. Koln, Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing.

Reid, M. S. (2009) Avoiding ethical dilemmas.  Institute of Professional Engineers of New Zealand. Wellington, New Zealand: IPENZ.

M.S. Reid (2006). The Social Responsibilities of Engineering. ISBN 1-877314-52-8. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University of Technology.

Book Chapter
Reid, M. S. (2007). The computer network engineering technologist. In      Birch, R., & Clear, T. (Eds.) Proceedings of the AUT IT Symposium ISBN 978-1-877314-65-0, pp. 19-23.Auckland, New Zealand: AUT University.

Refereed Journal Publications
Reid, M. S. (2004).  Value-Laden and Ethical Decision-Making in a Multi-cultural Education Environment. In H. Middleton, M. Pavlova & D Roebuck, (Eds.), Learning for innovation in Technology Education (pp. 65-73). Brisbane: Griffith University. 

Geddes, R., Stonyer, H., Reid, M., Dreyfus, A., & Hodson, D. (2004).  Becoming a university in challenging times.   Canadian Journal of Science, Mathemetics and Technology Education. 4 (3).  Toronto: University of Toronto Press. (Multi-Authorship - 20%).

Reid, M. S. (2002).  Science and engineering education: The importance of understanding a professional code of ethics. In R. Coll, (Ed.), Science and Technology Education Research Papers (pp. 202-215). Hamilton, NZ: University of Waikato. 

Reid, M. S. (2002). Science and engineering education: The importance of teaching ethics to science and engineering students. In R. Coll, (Ed.), Science and Technology Education Research Papers (pp. 179-201).  Hamilton, NZ: University of Waikato. 

Reid, M. S. (2001). A university must be society's critic and conscience. In R. Coll (Ed.), Science and Mathematics Education Papers (pp. 191-212). Hamilton, NZ: University of Waikato. 

Reid, M. S. (2000). Towards effective technology education in New Zealand. Journal of Technology education, 11 (2), 33-47.

Refereed Conference Publications
Reid, M. S. (2012). Engineering management within an undergraduate Bachelor of Engineering programme.  T 134/3. Annual Conference for the American Association for Engineering Education. San Antonio: TX. 

Reid, M. S. (2011). The assessment of ethical and sustainable engineering studies in undergraduate university education.  AC 2011-379. Annual Conference for the American Association for Engineering Education. Vancouver, CA. 

Reid M. S. (2006) Values-based engineering decision-making: Dilemmas as an effective teaching methodology. 4th Biennial International Conference on Technology Education Research: Values in Education. Pp 355-366.  Brisbane: Griffith University.

Reid, M. S. (2006). The Post-Modern Engineering Challenge: An Effective Teaching Methodology for Engineering Decision-making in Ethics and Sustainability. 17th Annual Conference for the Australasian Association for Engineering Education. CD paper 83. Auckland University of Technology, Auckland: New Zealand.

Reid, M. S. (2006). The Post-Modern Engineering Challenge: Developing an effective values-based engineering decision-making methodology.  17th Annual Conference for the Australasian Association for Engineering Education.  Auckland University of Technology, CD Paper 84  Auckland: New Zealand. 

Reid M. S. (2005, June). Ethics in higher education: University engineering student’s perception of ethics and the implications for teaching. 4th Global Conference on Business and Economics. Oxford, England: Oxford University.

Reid, M. S. (2004, December). Value-laden and ethical decision-making in a multi-cultural education environment. Third Biennial International Conference on Technology Research Conference (TERC). Surfer’s Paradise, Australia: Griffith University.

Reid, M. S. (2003, July). Developing an understanding of engineering students’ views of ethics.  Australasian Science Education and Research Association (ASERA) Conference.  Melbourne, Australia.

Conference/Seminar Workshop Presentations
Reid, M. S. (2011). The assessment of ethical and sustainable engineering studies in undergraduate university education. Faculty of Science and Engineering Staff Seminar. Auckland, NZ: AUT.

Reid, M. S. (2010). Effective assessment methods in engineering education.  Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies, Teaching and Learning Day, 29th November, Auckland University of Technology.

Reid, M. S. (2006). Cisco Computer Networking.  School of Computer and Information Sciences 2nd IT Symposium. 22-23rd November, Auckland University of Technology.

Reid, M. S. (2003). How to manage large classes. Annual workshop presentation to AUT Centre for
Education and Professional Development (CEPD) classes for new Lecturers. Auckland University of  Technology, Auckland NZ.

Reid, M. S. (2001). A university shall be the critic and conscience of society.  Faculty of Science and Engineering Staff Seminar. Auckland, N Z: AUT.

Conference Papers Presented

Reid, M. S. (2005, September) Educating engineering students in the social responsibilities of engineering: A measurement of the effectiveness.  AUT 2005 Post Graduate Conference, Faculty of Applied Humanities. Auckland, NZ.

Reid, M. S. (2002, November). Ethics in engineering education at AUT.  National Electrical and Telecommunications Network (NETEC) Conference. Hamilton, NZ.

Reid, M. S. (2001, February). Technology is neutral?  Digitisation and Knowledge Conference. Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand.

Reid, M. S. (2001, September).  Developing an understanding of a university’s role as a critic and   conscience of society.  Second Annual New Zealand Science Education Symposium. Hamilton, N Z.

Programme Review Papers Adopted and Published by the AIT Academic Board

Reid, M. S. (1990).  Review of obstacles to entry of courses at AIT. Academic Board Papers. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland Institute of Technology.

Reid, M. S. (1989).  Review of trade training courses at AIT.  Academic Board Papers. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland Institute of Technology.

Reid, M. S. (1988).  Review of Maori pre-apprentice courses at AIT. Academic Board Papers. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland Institute of Technology.

Reid, M. S. (1988).  Review of Maori television course at AIT.  Academic Board Papers. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland Institute of Technology.

Reid, M. S. (1988).  Review of travel and tourism courses at AIT. Academic Board Papers. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland Institute of Technology.

Reid, M. S. (1988).  Review of management courses at AIT. Academic Board Papers. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland Institute of Technology.

Programme Review Papers Adopted and Published by the AIT Council.

Reid, M. S. (1990).  Review of obstacles to entry of courses at AIT. AIT Council Papers. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland Institute of Technology.

Reid, M. S. (1989).  Review of trade training courses at AIT. AIT Council Papers. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland Institute of Technology

Invited Speeches and Seminar Presentations
The assessment of ethical and sustainable engineering studies in undergraduate university education. Faculty of Science and Engineering Staff Seminar. AUT, April 2011.

Effective assessment methods in engineering education.  Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies, Teaching and Learning Day, 29th November, AU T, July 2010.

Cisco Computer Networking.  School of Computer and Information Sciences 2nd IT Symposium. 22-23rd November, AUT, June 2006.

How to manage large classes. Annual workshop presentation to AUT Centre for Education and Professional Development (CEPD) classes for new Lecturers. AUT, August 2003.

A university shall be the critic and conscience of society.  Faculty of Science and Engineering Staff Seminar. AUT April 2001.

Awards:

2005 Best Angilcan church website at www.staidans.co.nz

2003 Vice Chancellor's Distinguished Teaching Award