My responsibilities include providing advice, consultation, support, resources and training for the use and development of technology-enhanced learning (TEL) across the University, to enable academics to make effective use of TEL in their teaching practice, curriculum design and teaching delivery. I contribute to the Academic Practice Programme (APP) and work with colleagues to promote TEL and facilitate the sharing of good practice across all disciplines.
My major areas of interest are blended and distance learning, active learning and student engagement, and alternative learning formats.
I have worked in HE for many years across various roles related to learning technologies. I started as an assistant online course developer I spent two and a half years honing my skills and understanding of the role of digital environments for learning and pedagogies. I later became the senior online course developer, where I was tasked with overseeing a project to develop fully online distance learning courses for the Building Information Modelling course and planning the online learning environments for the blended learning degree apprenticeship courses using my expertise to advise and consult with course leaders and departmental stakeholders.
Projects I’m working on:
- Learning capture
- Staff development
BA (Hons) Archaeology