My blog posts
What might higher education look like in ten years? Education is fundamentally a human activity so, while technology will undoubtedly become ever more... >>
I’m very much looking forward to being part of the upcoming Association for Learning Technology (ALT) annual conference , where we will be sharing a number of... >>
The digital transformation that has occurred across the education sector over the last two years - whether as an acceleration of a planned strategy or an... >>
I am taking forward the outcomes of learning and teaching reimagined and supporting universities with their digital transformation of learning, teaching and assessment.
I previously managed the development of the digital experience insights service, which is researching staff and students’ expectations and experiences of the digital environment. I also managed the team that developed the Jisc building digital capability service to support the development of staff and student digital capabilities.
I established the change agents’ network: a national network to support staff-student partnership working on technology enhanced curriculum projects.
I run the Jisc student experience experts group, an active community of practice, which provides valuable consultation and dissemination opportunities for Jisc. I have worked for Jisc for 18 years and during my time here I have led large transformation projects on curriculum design, digital literacies and learners’ experiences of technology.
I've recently been appointed to the Association of Colleges Services board.
‘Students don’t necessarily want more digital – they just want it used better’
PublicTechnology, April 2018
HE students not equipped for growing digital workplace
University Business, June 2017
How do you create a digital university?
The Guardian, June 2017