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& LMS systems.
3D motion in virtual environments
All things to do with Microsoft in Higher Education
Assessment
Assessment & Feedback
Autism
Basic IT Literacy
Bath Rugby
Blackboard staff training
...
Blackboard staff training/education
Blended Learning
Blogging
CPD and ILT
Collaborative learning; strategic benefits of collaborative technologies.
Communities of Practice
Computer Assisted Language Learning
Computer Games Design and Programming
Computer simulations since 1980
Curriculum Design
Digital Identity
Digital Videos
Digital natives
Disability
Discourses
Distance Education
Don't see myself as an expert...just someone trying to 'reduce her ignorance even if only 1mm' (B. Brecht)
E-Learning Staff Development
E-Portfolios
E-learning; Blindness; Equality and Diversity
EAL/EFL/ESOL
Earth and Environmental Sciences L&T
EduApps
Education technology
Enabling lecturers to develop their use of the available elearning tools
Enteprise IT Architecture
Ergonomics
Frisbee
Games
Games for learning
Genetics and Genomics
Geography
Gwella
HE IT Support needs
HE employment
Hard to say these days!
Hardware support
Hmmm.....
Hypertext
I am not an expert in any one area
I make a mean lasagne!
I wouldn't profess to be an expert in anything! Always learning.
I'll let others decide!
I'm no expert
I'm no expert but I'm happy to share opinions
I'm not going to claim to be an expert in anything but I can tell you lots of things that I know!
ICT Service Devlivery and Management
ICT for informed pedagogy and learning
IPR
IT Security
IT Strategy for HE
IT literacy
IT technical and customer services
Identifying solutions and adding Collaboration technology to VLE
Interactive PowerPoint
Jack of all trades
Jack of all trades etc etc
Knowledge Management
Learner-Generated Contexts
Learning Technologies
Learning and Teaching
Learning communities
Learning design
Learning with digital technologies
Lecture Capture
Library technology
Management of Change
Marketing Communications
Media Design
Mexican cuisine (not tex mex
Mobile
Mobile Learning
Mobile Phones for Teaching
Mobile learning
My research interests include action research and holistic approaches to technology enhanced learning.
Net Generation
Networked learning
Not an expert but hopefully some expertise in areas of ICT law and its impact on FE/HE
Not an expert in one particular area but happy to discuss
Not thinking
Online learning
Online tuition
Online tutoring and course development
Open Educational Resources
Open Goo
Organisational Change
Organisational change
Pattern Languages
Pedagogical design of course materials
Physics
Podcast Producer
Policy Strategy
Postgraduate research training
Problem Solving
Programme and project management
Proximity Communication Tools
Public relations
Publications on communication
QR Codes
Qualitative research with trianglation and audit trails since 2000
Quality Enhancement
Quantitative research with inferential statistics since 1995
Reading style and student internet research
Research Skills
Research in educational uses of technology
STM publishing
Serious Games
Service management
Social Networking
Software development
Staff and Student evaluations
Strategic Development of e-learning
Systems Design and Reuse
Systems Implementations
Systems Theory
Taking VLE's further
Teaching and learning with digital resources
Team working
Technology Enhanced Learning
Training
Training needs analysis & design
U-Now (OER)
Using technology in learning
Using technology to enhance teaching and leanring
Using the term expert loosely I'm not too bad at 3D Photography/Video
VLE extensions
Veterinary e-learning
Video
Video eg STRIDE (YouTube)
Videoconferencing
Virtual Classroom teaching
Virtual Worlds
Web accessibility
Web2.0
Well some of the things I do development in: Virtual Worlds
What is an expert?
Widgets
Wouldn't like to say
XCRi
XPERT Project
Xerte Online Toolkits
a range of current and emerging technologies
actionscript
active learning
an end-user of technology
and Staff Development in eLearning practice
and Virtual Management
and supporting e-portfolio use in HE
animation
areas of e-learning and m-learning
assessment. problem solving
audio feedback
beer. self-effacement at pretentious get-togethers
being a learning technology geek
benchmarking e-learning
blackboard development
blended learning (perhaps!)
building and facilitating online communities
business analytics
business process modelling and change management
but I do have a bit of experience developing
but I would certainly enjoy sharing thoughts and ideas.
but I'll happily bend your ear over a coffee on topics such as 3D Level Development
but dance/performance making & design/video technology/podcasts
capacity building
change management
chemical education
cloud services
cognitive mapping
collaboration
collaborative technologies
communicating
community building
competence management
computer networks
computerized assessment
control systems
costs of e-learning
course design and development
creation of learning objects
creativity
critical success factors
cross-cultural aspects of e-learning
cubism
curriculum content delivery
cyberbullying
database training
design
design and evaluation of interactive learning environments
design for learning
designing course structures and materials
designing for student engagement
designing student learning environments
digital assessment & ePortfolio
digital learning
digital literacies
digital literacy
digital media; frameworks for learning
digital publishing
digital storytelling
disciplinary differences
distance learning design
don't believe in experts
e-Assessment;Computer supported Collaborative learning;Science Education
e-Learning
e-Pedagogic guidance to academic staff
e-Readers
e-books
e-learning policy
e-learning project management and instructional design
e-learning strategy and action plans
e-marking
e-moderating
e-pedagogy
e-safety
eLearning benchmarking
eLearning conculting since 1993
eLearning eAssessment
ePortfolio
eReaders
edtech
educational media in social constructivist paradigms
educational research
elearning capacity development
embedding numeracy
ethnographic research
evaluating technologies for potential affiordances for higher ed
evaluation
expert seems a big word for it) research into student expectations and experiences of e-learning
expert-no! experienced- yes..
external partnerships
flexible and distributed learning
frogs
games-based learning in HE
graphics. Accessibility
groups and organisations.
groupwork assessment
ha ha :)
heidegger
how to use eLearning tools for international collaborations with students
huh? Hmmm
ict educational policy
identity
identity and qualitative approaches to social networks
identity management
impact of LMS on teacher practices
implementation
inclusion
informal education
information literacy
information retrieval
innovation
intelligent learning systems
interaction design
interactive design
interactive system design
international education
interoperability
is anyone an expert :-/
joining up data
kiss of life for vle
leadership
learner Mobility
learning
learning design
learning design; evaluation; research into learner experience
learning technologies
libraries and training
linked data
listen & learn
m-learning Web 2.0 mobile learning e-learning
m-learning e-learning
mLearning
management information systems
managing large-scale e-learning projects
marketing
master of none. ;-)
mathematics
media production
mobile and visual learning
mobile assessment
mobile learning;
multi-tasking
negotiating
new and emerging technologies
nietzsche
not sure I would say expert
not sure if I'd stick my neck out that far
nursing student attitudes
online IAG
online archival cataloguing
online communities
online problem based learning
online support
online tutoring
open source
organisation-wide professional development frameworks
organising
organizational change
outreach
participatory futures research
pedagogic application
pedagogic research methods
pedagogical models for cross-cultural e-learning
pedagogy (at least I like to think so)
peer assessment
personalisation
photography
podcasting
portals
portfolios
post-compulsory education
practice models
problem structuring methodologies
problem-based e-Learning
...
professional development
professional staff development
programme management
programme management for benefit delivery
project management
project mangement
pub-based learning
research and evaluation
research and teaching
research ethics
research-informed teaching
research/analysis
reusable learning objects
risk management
self and peer assessment
semantic web
social aspects of Web 2.0 learning
social media for education
social network services
social softtware and social networking
social web
software engineering
statistical analysis
statistics
strategic planning
streaming
student collaboration
student experience
students approaches to learning and studying
stuff
sustainability pedagogies
synthesis
teacher beliefs and technology practices
teacher ed for technology integration
teacher education
teaching andassessment in networked learning incl. pedagogic design
teaching online (including webinars)
teamwork
technology use for language learning/teaching
technology within assessment and feedback
the real thing)
things rural :o)
toilet-based learning
transition projects
tricky question I work across a wide range of areas and am constantly learning in all of them and sharing with my peers
twitter
ummm.... ??
usability
usability and user testing. Plagiarism software and online marking.
use and design VLE content (various) use and production of animation
use of Moodle
use of technology and gadgets
user interface design
video and moving images
video diaries
visualization in science
vle support
web conferencing
web development
web development programming languages
web programming twitter moodle blackboard(kind of)
web services
web technology
which is of no use to anyone...
work based learning
working lives
xerte online toolkits
xpert