Daryl is currently the Learning Technologies Coordinator based with the Centre for Flexible Learning (CFL) at the University of the South Pacific, Emalus Campus, Vanuatu. He is part of the USP Learning Systems Team and supports the School of Law with the maintenance of the Universityís Learning Systems platform "Moodle".
Daryl graduated with BSc Degree majoring in Computing Science and Information Systems from USP in 2012 and completed a Masters in Information System in 2014 from USP.
Daryl started his work career with Digicel (Vanuatu) Ltd as an IT Officer and joined the government sector in 2016, specifically the Ministry of Climate Change in Vanuatu, as an Information Systems Management Officer. He now engaged with USP, Emalus campus where he supports the students and staff of the School of Law in engaging with Moodle.
His interests are in exploring Information System tools and in Project Management.
Publications and Presentations:
D. Abel, B. Gavidi, N. Rollings, R. Chandra, Development of an Android Application for an Electronic Medical Record System in an Outpatient Environment for Healthcare in Fiji, Cornell University Library 2015.