Short Biography

I graduated and worked in technical illustration before studying an MA in Interactive Art and Design at University College Falmouth, where I was later employed as a Research Assistant at iRes. I subsequently undertook a studentship with the Visual Learning Lab (VLL) at the University of Nottingham, succesfully completing an MA in Research Methods and gaining external (ESRC) funding for my PhD. I continued working with the VLL as a student intern promoting visual learning across the University, and more recently, have delivered sessions in academic social media practices with LeRoy Hill for the University Graduate School. Previously, I have worked as a shipyard fitter and more recently in supporting adults with Autism and learning disabilities.

Curriculum Vitae

Research Interests

Student-directed learning in Higher Education, e-learning and digital learning technologies, visual learning and digital literacies, knowledge and information visualization, social and participatory media (Web 2.0)

PhD Supervisors

Dr. Gordon Joyes
Dr. Charles Crook

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