Robert is supporting the Centre's work on e-learning by participating in the HumBox project on open educational resources, and advising on our developing e-learning strategy and events.
Robert O’Toole is a PGCE qualified Information and Communication Technology teacher, with 15 years of experience in learning technology and learning design. He has taught at all levels, and is currently the Arts Faculty E-learning Advisor at the University of Warwick. He is currently doing research into the application of design methodologies to enhance student and teacher use of user-configurable and edgeless learning spaces.
Robert presents his work to a local, national and international audience, and has strong links with the University of Oxford. He is the recipient of a Warwick Award for Teaching Excellence and the internationally prestigious Higher Education Academy National Teaching Fellowship.
He has an MSc in Knowledge Based Systems, and attained a first class degree in Philosophy at Warwick.
For more information about Robert's research at Warwick please visit: http://www.inspireslearning.com