My current work
I am a educational researcher, with several years experience working in higher education with a focus upon Technology-Enhanced Learning. I am currently a PhD student in the Institute of Educational Technology at the Open University. I hold a postgraduate certificate in Technology-enabled Academic Practice, an MPhil in Educational Research, am a fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and am a certified member of the Association of Learning Technology.
Ensemble: Semantic technologies to support case-based learning in Higher Education
The Ensemble Project, was a three-year project funded under the Technology Enhanced Learning Research Programme. It focussed upon the potential role of semantic technologies in supporting case-based learning in Higher Education, across a wide variety of academic settings and institutions. I held parallel posts at both the University of Cambridge and City University, London.
The Technology Enhanced Learning Research Programme
I have been working with the TLRP Technology Enhanced Learning programme, directed by Professor Richard Noss at London Knowledge Lab. I have overseen web development and work on cross-programme themes.
Information about the HEFCE-funded Transkills Project can be found here.
The Teaching for Learning Network
One of the projects I have worked on is the Teaching for Learning Network. I have put together a browser containing all the publications from the project; you can access it here. This includes papers presented at a range of conferences, and bundles of resources setting out the methodologies and approaches the project used. It includes links to the full documents, and information about how to cite each resource if you would like to refer to them in your own work.