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About: ohn Cook (PhD MSc BSc CEng MBCS CITP FHEA) is Professor of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) at the Learning Technology Research Institute, London Metropolitan University. He is attached to the Education Studies Cluster in the Faculty of Humanities, Arts, Languages and Education. John was part if the successful Educations RAE submission; London Metropolitan University appeared in the upper quintile of the 2008 RAE Education UoA ranking, achieving a Grade Point Average of 2.45. His own publications were rated 3*/4* in a 2007 mock RAE (the external was the former Chair of the 2000 RAE Education UoA). John has over 14 years previous experience as a full-time lecturer at various HEIs and in 2007 was made a University Teaching Fellow. He has over 9 years project management experience, which includes AHRB, BECTA, HEFCE (CETL Manager 2005-2008) and EC work. Furthermore, John has been part of research and development grant proposals that have attracted over £4 million in competitive external funding. In addition, he has published/presented around 220 refereed articles and invited talks in the area of TEL, having a specific interest in five related areas: informal learning, mobile learning, augmented contexts for development, user-generated contexts and work-based learning. John is a founding member of The London Mobile Learning Group (http://www.londonmobilelearning.net). He was Chair/President of the Association for Learning Technology (2004-06), he is currently the Chair of ALT’s Research Committee and is a member of the Joint Information Systems Committee ‘Learning and Teaching Practice Experts Group’. John sits on various journal editorial boards and conducts Assessor and review work for the ESRC, EPSRC, EU, UK Government and Science Foundation of Ireland. In 2010 he was invited to serve on the ESRC Peer Review College.

Professional role Professor Technology Enhanced Learning

Organisation Learning Technology Research Institute, London Met University

Interests mobile learning, Technology Enhanced Learning, student voice

What topics are on your radar? Augmented Contexts for Development, Augmented Reality

What topics are you an expert in? Technology Enhanced Learning


8 September 2010

Deep Learning Design (Symposium 0276) - As a follow up to comments about context and ecology. My slides are herein comments section of my ALT-C 'Navigating through the storm Workshop' (with ALPS) slot: 'Introduction to ‘Socio-Cultural Ecology’ and User Generated Contexts' http://altc2010.alt.ac.uk/talks/15006 #altc2010

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Signed up to attend Deep Learning Design (Symposium 0276)

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7 September 2010

Navigating through the storm (Workshop 0097) - My slides are here for my ALT-C Navigating through the storm Workshop slot: Introduction to ‘Socio-Cultural Ecology’ and User Generated Contexts #altc2010

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