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I has been offering educational consultancy services, advice and guidance in the area of e-learning, learning design and academic educational development since 2000. I have focussed my experience in tertiary education to offer workshops, seminars and interventions primarily intended to support institutions own capacity building efforts for flexible, distance and online delivery. All sessions are tailored to meet the unique context of institutional, regional or national strategies for learning design and academic educational development. My focus is on tailored workshops and professional development programmes for learning & teaching staff, across all disciplines, preparing to develop and support learning in increasingly mixed, or blended, modes of delivery.

University level work includes working internationally with colleagues such as the Institute or Women, Gender and Development Studies – Egerton University, Kenya entitled ‘Capacity Building for Distance Learning and e-Learning Development’ (funded by British Council), and as part of formal projects as in the case of a keynote address as part of the Croatian National e-Learning Project EQIBELT (TEMPUS). I have also supported the development for proposals for online development for part-time Fire-fighters for NZ Fire Service.

In support of my own scholarship agenda, I ran a series of workshops over 2006-2009 (with Kevin Burden) on the effective use of digital artefacts, principally video, in tertiary education as part of a JISC funded project entitled the DiAL-e. I have also developed a framework for evaluating students orientation to tertiary learning entitled the POISE, a means of establishing the epistemological foundations of new entrants.

If I can help you or your institution in any way please get in contact.

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