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[P1] Researcher in the Computers in the Curriculum Project at Chelsea College London
I was employed by Bob Lewis, Director in 1980, at first to translate paper tape software simulations to cassette and floppy disk. I continued under Margaret Cox's direction, developing over ten years as a team adviser, lecturer, educational researcher and author.
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[P4] Senior Lecturer in Ultralab at Anglia Polytechnic University
I was employed by Stephen Heppell to build Ultralab as a developer, technical expert and mentor in the design of interactive multimedia software. I also had a role as lecturer in ICT in Education.
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[P9] Ultraversity Project
Ultraversity was the degree course for those who university did not fit. The design allowed students to focus on their own work, negotiate learning, submit work created as part of their job in the form of assessment 'patches' using the genre and media which suited them, stitch a patchwork of such pieces to make a final submission, celebrate their dissertation through an exhibition and all supported by an online community of inquiry. The design also included the new university infrastructure needed to market, recruit, admit, deliver and manage the course.
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[P6] Étui
This EU-funded project developed an educational toy to support children's learning as part of the Experimental Schools section of the i3 network (Intelligent Information Interfaces). The device stimulated meta-level learning awareness, problem solving, creativity and collaboration through the activities it was designed to enable.
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[P7] Input CBBC
A collaboration between Children's BBC Television and Ultralab to explore the future of kids TV. Computers and digital video cameras were placed in schools, community and learning centres across the North of England to find out what television could be like if children were to make it themselves.
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[P10] Inter-Disciplinary Inquiry-Based Learning (IDIBL)
Development of a framework model for undergraduate and postgraduate work-focussed learning based on the Ultraversity work, but intended to support curriculum innovation throughout the University of Bolton.
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[P2] London Mental Models Group
This multidisciplinary research group was led by the late Joan Bliss of King's College London and involved staff in science, mathematics and history education, but also in language, cognitive psychology, educational computing, expert systems and artificial intelligence.
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[P8] QCA - An Investigation Into Pupils' Creativity Across The Curriculum
I contributed to this UK Qualifications and Curriculum Authority consultation as a member of a panel contracted to synthesise clearer ideas about ICT and creativity towards the end of a wider effort to consider creativity across the curriculum from 2000-2003
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[P3] Procedure Library
This was a library of procedures in Pascal and BBC Basic written on a range of computers to provide an interoperable set of functions for educational software. It was the successor to the Subroutine Library. The package was complemented by a technical guide and a design guide.
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[P5] Translating software: what it means and what it costs for small cultures and large cultures
This paper discussing the case for making software translateable was written with Dai Griffiths, Stephen Heppell and Greta Mladenova and was selected for publication in the journal Computers & Education after presentation at the CAL '93 conference
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