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  • Dr Brett Bligh

    Dr Brett Bligh

    Brett Bligh is a Lecturer in the Department for Educational Research. He conducts research into the connections between our material surroundings, the technologies that permeate them, and the ways we act, think and learn. Two recurring interests are how Universities design and evaluate their built e... Read more»
  • Dr Sue Cranmer

    Dr Sue Cranmer

    My research interests are focused on how digital technologies enhance learning. Related to this, I am concerned with digital inclusion to ensure that the potential opportunities for learning offered by digital technologies are available to all; and digital literacy to ensure uses are safe and produc... Read more»
  • Dr Julia Gillen

    Dr Julia Gillen

    I am a Senior Lecturer in Digital Literacies.  Current interests include studying professional practice in Twitter, the literacy practices of children and young people in virtual worlds, the Edwardian postcard, and the development of multimodal research methods.  ... Read more»
  • Professor Mary Hamilton

    Professor Mary Hamilton

    I am based in the Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning within the Department of Educational Research and am an Associate Director of the Lancaster Literacy Research Centre which is a partner in the National Research and Development Centre for Adult Literacy and Numeracy (NRDC). I am also a member... Read more»
  • Professor Don Passey

    Professor Don Passey

    His work has focused on a number of main areas: Teaching and learning outcomes arising from uses of leading edge technologies, principally in primary and secondary schools.Implementation and management of leading edge technologies at local authority and individual institution levels.Uses of data and... Read more»
  • Professor Colin Rogers

    Professor Colin Rogers

    My research interests are located within the Social Psychology of Education and more precisely within the development of motivational theory and its application to education. Leading research questions focus upon the development of motivation and the extent to which schools; schooling and the techno... Read more»
  • Dr Julie-Ann Sime

    Dr Julie-Ann Sime

    Since 1989, I have been involved in working with industry on collaborative research projects in science and engineering fields, particularly through the design of simulation based training systems. Drawing upon research in cognitive science and educational practice, I am interested in supporting met... Read more»

  • Alice Jesmont

    Alice Jesmont

    Role and responsibilities I have worked in C SALT since January 1995 and I am now the Programme Co-ordinator for our Part-Time Taught Doctoral programme in E-Research and Technology Enhanced Learning. I also support the members of the Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning. I am also the Administra... Read more»
  • Dr Rebecca Marsden

    Dr Rebecca Marsden

    Rebecca is the Online Learning Support Officer for the Department of Educational Research.  Until August 2013 she  worked as a researcher with the REAP (Researching Equity, Access and Participation) team in Educational Research. Prior to joining REAP, Rebecca worked as a Teaching Fellow in the Compu... Read more»

  • James McDowell

    James McDowell

    I am currently a University Teaching Fellow and Senior Lecturer at the University of Huddersfield, where I teach on the Digital Media suite of undergraduate courses in the School of Computing and Engineering, and supervise postgraduate research students working towards the MRes qualification within ... Read more»
  • Julia McDowell

    Julia McDowell

    My research interests broadly encompass the use of technology in education, and my PhD is investigating the influence of mobile learning on engaging primary school children in informal settings and outdoor spaces. ... Read more»
  • Cormac O'Keeffe

    Cormac O'Keeffe

    I am the director of teaching and learning at YES 'N' YOU  and a part-time research student at the Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning.  ... Read more»
  • Armineh Shahoumian

    Armineh Shahoumian

    I am a traditional route PhD student in Educational Research, investigating the use of an advanced type of technology for educational purposes. My PhD working title is Blended Simulation Based Medical Education (B-SBME): the practices, learners' and facilitators' perceptions, experiences and challen... Read more»
  • Steve Wright

    Steve Wright

    My work: I work developing materials and providing technical support for the online Doctorate in Mental Health, Doctorate in Organizational Health and Well-Being, Doctorate in Public Health and Doctorate in Palliative Care. I also provide development and support input for the HEIF funded Leadership ... Read more»
  • Joana Zozimo

    Joana Zozimo

    I am currently exploring the role of evaluative practices within development education sector. My interest in the subject of evaluation arose from previous jobs I had as a "monitoring and evaluation" (M&E) program officer, mainly in African countries. In the last ten years I have seen various ev... Read more»

  • Dr Brett Bligh

    Dr Brett Bligh

    Brett Bligh is a Lecturer in the Department for Educational Research. He conducts research into the connections between our material surroundings, the technologies that permeate them, and the ways we act, think and learn. Two recurring interests are how Universities design and evaluate their built e... Read more»
  • Dr Sue Cranmer

    Dr Sue Cranmer

    My research interests are focused on how digital technologies enhance learning. Related to this, I am concerned with digital inclusion to ensure that the potential opportunities for learning offered by digital technologies are available to all; and digital literacy to ensure uses are safe and produc... Read more»
  • Dr Julia Gillen

    Dr Julia Gillen

    I am a Senior Lecturer in Digital Literacies.  Current interests include studying professional practice in Twitter, the literacy practices of children and young people in virtual worlds, the Edwardian postcard, and the development of multimodal research methods.  ... Read more»
  • Professor Mary Hamilton

    Professor Mary Hamilton

    I am based in the Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning within the Department of Educational Research and am an Associate Director of the Lancaster Literacy Research Centre which is a partner in the National Research and Development Centre for Adult Literacy and Numeracy (NRDC). I am also a member... Read more»
  • Alice Jesmont

    Alice Jesmont

    Role and responsibilities I have worked in C SALT since January 1995 and I am now the Programme Co-ordinator for our Part-Time Taught Doctoral programme in E-Research and Technology Enhanced Learning. I also support the members of the Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning. I am also the Administra... Read more»
  • Dr Rebecca Marsden

    Dr Rebecca Marsden

    Rebecca is the Online Learning Support Officer for the Department of Educational Research.  Until August 2013 she  worked as a researcher with the REAP (Researching Equity, Access and Participation) team in Educational Research. Prior to joining REAP, Rebecca worked as a Teaching Fellow in the Compu... Read more»
  • Professor Don Passey

    Professor Don Passey

    His work has focused on a number of main areas: Teaching and learning outcomes arising from uses of leading edge technologies, principally in primary and secondary schools.Implementation and management of leading edge technologies at local authority and individual institution levels.Uses of data and... Read more»
  • Professor Colin Rogers

    Professor Colin Rogers

    My research interests are located within the Social Psychology of Education and more precisely within the development of motivational theory and its application to education. Leading research questions focus upon the development of motivation and the extent to which schools; schooling and the techno... Read more»
  • Dr Julie-Ann Sime

    Dr Julie-Ann Sime

    Since 1989, I have been involved in working with industry on collaborative research projects in science and engineering fields, particularly through the design of simulation based training systems. Drawing upon research in cognitive science and educational practice, I am interested in supporting met... Read more»

 

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