People who have previously worked with, or continue to consult on the project:
Professor Janet Finlay, Leeds Met
Janet is full Professor of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) and brings expertise in TEL, human-computer interaction (HCI), learning patterns, reusable learning objects, repositories and project management. She has been director/site-director of numerous related projects including: JISC-funded projects Integrating Repository Function with Work Practice, Pattern Language Network, and Personalised Curriculum Creation through Coaching, HEFCE-funded CETL Active Learning in Computing and EU-funded REPLIKA and eDILEMA projects. She has published over 50 papers and 5 books in HCI and TEL, including being co-author of an internationally leading text on HCI.
Reinhard Bauer, Danube University Krems
Reinhard is researcher at the Educational Technology Research Centre at DUK. He focuses his research on E-Portfolios and pedagogical design patterns which has also become the focus of his dissertation project. He worked as a Spanish/German language teacher in secondary vocational education until 2008, contributed to various Spanish textbooks, and started in 2004 to lecture Didactics of Spanish as a Foreign Language at the Institute of Romanistics at the University of Vienna.
Professor Tom Boyle, London Met
Professor Tom Boyle is Director of the Learning Technology Research Institute (LTRI) at London Metropolitan University. From 2005 -2010 he was the Director of the Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) in Reusable Learning Objects. The CETL Website provides access to nearly 200 free-to-use multimedia learning objects covering a range of subject areas. Professor Boyle has published extensively on learning technology with a book (Design for Multimedia Learning, 1997) and around 200 refereed and invited papers. He led a team that developed learning objects for programming that won a European Academic Software Award in 2004. He subsequently developed the concept of generative learning objects, and leads the GLO Maker Project. This authoring tool has been downloaded in over 80 countries since it release in August 2009. Recent keynote and invited papers have been presented at conferences in South America, Hong Kong, Saudi Arabia and Singapore. .