Dr Sue CranmerLecturer
My research interests are focused on how digital technologies enhance learning and well-being across the life span at home, school and in other settings. In particular, I believe that digital technologies used for learning should be inclusive and my research is focussed on this.
I am a lecturer on the e-Research and Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) doctoral programme. On the TEL programme I co-convene ED.S821 Research Methods in Education and Social Science Settings with Dr Murat Oztok; and convene ED.S822 The Development of Professional Practice.
Previously I also taught on the undergraduate PiNE 313 course. Topics included digital technologies for learning, game-based learning, digital literacy and online safety.
I joined the Department of Educational Research in September 2012. Previously I worked at Futurelab - an independent not-for-profit organisation - for three years researching innovative uses of technology for education and learning. Before that I worked as a researcher at the Department of Education at Oxford University and as a lecturer and researcher at the London Knowledge Lab, Institute of Education, London University.
PhD Supervision Interests
I am interested in receiving PhD proposals in most areas related to digital technologies, education and learning. I'm particularly interested in digital inclusion; disengagement; disability; accessibility; social uses of digital technologies; digital literacy; online safety.
Development of the Future Classroom Toolkit
Cranmer, S., Ulicsak, M. 14/09/2015 In: Re-engineering the uptake of ICT in schools. Springer p. 17-39. 23 p.
Digital skills and competencies in schools
Cranmer, S. 5/12/2014 In: Key competencies in ICT and informatics. Berlin : Springer Verlag p. 165-177. 13 p.
“Laptops are better”: Medical students' perceptions of laptops versus tablets and smartphones to support their learning
Curtis, F., Cranmer, S. 2014 In: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Networked Learning 2014. p. 67-75. 9 p.
Listening to excluded young people's experiences of e-safety and risk
Cranmer, S. 11/01/2013 In: Learning, Media and Technology . 38, 1, p. 72-85. 14 p.
What’s stopping us?: barriers to creativity and innovation in schooling across Europe
Cranmer, S., Banaji, S., Perrotta, C. 2013 In: Handbook of research on creativity. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar p. 450-463. 14 p. ISBN: 9780857939807.
Console game-based pedagogy: A study of primary and secondary classroom learning through console videogames
Groff, J., Howells, C., Cranmer, S. 04/2012 In: International Journal of Game-Based Learning. 2, 2, p. 35-54. 20 p.
Primary Schools and ICT
Selwyn, N., Potter, J., Cranmer, S. 4/03/2010 London : Continuum. 185 p. ISBN: 978-1-85539-578-7.
Listening to excluded young people's perspectives on how digital technologies support and challenge their lives
Cranmer, S. 2010 In: Journal of Social Intervention : Theory and Practice. 19, 4, p. 31-48. 18 p.
Primary pupils' use of information and communication technologies at school and home.
Selwyn, N., Potter, J., Cranmer, S. 5/09/2009 In: British Journal of Educational Technology. 40, 5, p. 919-932. 14 p.
Exploring primary pupils' experiences and understandings of 'e-safety'
Cranmer, S., Selwyn, N., Potter, J. 06/2009 In: Education and Information Technologies. 14, 2, p. 127-142. 16 p.
Employability skills initiatives in higher education: what effects do they have on graduate Labour market outcomes?
Mason, G., Williams, G., Cranmer, S. 28/02/2009 In: Education Economics. 17, 1, p. 1-30. 30 p.
A glass half full?: schools and young people's internet use in the UK
Cranmer, S. 2007 In: Yearbook on children, youth and media. Goteborg : Nordicom p. 79-92. 14 p. ISBN: 9789189471511.
Children and young people's uses of the internet for homework
Cranmer, S. 09/2006 In: Learning, Media and Technology . 31, 3, p. 301-315. 15 p.
Enhancing graduate employability: best intentions and mixed outcomes
Cranmer, S. 04/2006 In: Studies in Higher Education. 31, 2, p. 169-184. 16 p.
Understanding how visually impaired children and young people experience digital technologies for learning
01/11/2013 → 31/12/2014
Researching Blended and Online Pedagogies for Doctoral Programmes in Education
01/01/2013 → 01/01/2015
Transforming the classroom: tablets as assistive technology
Participation in workshop, seminar, course