Dr Sue Cranmer

Senior Lecturer in Digital Education and Social Justice

Research Overview

My main interests are in digital technologies, social justice and in/equality. In particular, my work focusses on challenging inequalities that manifest and are reproduced in everyday uses of digital technologies. My book, Disabled Children and Digital Technologies. Learning in the Context of Inclusive Education for Bloomsbury published November 2020, sits at the intersection of disability studies and digital education. It explores how disabled children's uses of digital technologies can potentially benefit learning whilst recognising that technology can also act as a barrier to inclusion. Previous projects have included research into digital inclusion and innovation, digital pedagogy, inclusive pedagogical design and digital literacy including online safety.

  • Centre for Social Justice and Wellbeing in Education
  • Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning
  • Lancaster Literacy Research Centre