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Daniel Onah

Current Institution

I am now a staff at University College London (UCL), Institute of Neurology, Department of Molecular Neuroscience, School of Life & Medical Sciences, Faculty of Brain Sciences, Russell Square House 10 - 12, Russell Square, London, United Kingdom, WC1B 5EH.

Research Interest: Weighted Gene Co-Expression Network Analysis (WGCNA), Gene Expression Network, DNA & RNA Sequencing Analysis.

Completed Project

A Machine Learning Disease Gene Prediction Software App (Web Based). February 2018

Link to: Gene Prediction Software

Introduction

I completed my Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Computer Science Department at Warwick University. Before I came to Warwick University, I obtained my MSc (Eng.) degree in Computer Systems Engineering (Software Systems) with Distinction from University of East London after gaining my BSc degree in Computer Science from University of Uyo, Nigeria, 2005. During my Master’s program, I investigated the application of formal methods in air traffic control systems, where I developed an aircraft control simulation system. I graduated top of class (top 5%) from University of East London, 2011. I have worked in the University of East London as an ECDL tutor and IT systems Engineer. I also worked as a software developer (Visual Studio .NET, C#, VB, website developer) and database developer/administrator (SQL,MySQL) with the Employability and Enterprise Team of University of East London.

Research

MOOCs (massive open online courses) have taken higher educational establishments of the western world by storm with large amounts of funding diverted into developing and delivering a wide variety of online, mass-participation courses. Many claims have been made relating to their potential for providing free, high quality education to everyone, no matter what their situation or geographical position. In practice however, there is little evidence as yet of the desired democratisation of education, with lack of support for students, an absence of pedagogy and very high drop out rates. This project is concerned with MOOC evaluation. It aims to understand the reasons why students drop out and to implement and assess the effectiveness of measures to address specific areas relating to attrition. The theoretical framework of this study is applying design science research methodology (DSRM) in creating and developing a learning tool as an instrument for the research investigation. My research goal is on designing, implementing and evaluating solutions to mitigate these problems. The initial test-bed for this research will be a training course we are running for teachers of Computer Science an in-house Moodle in the department of Computer Science, Warwick University. This research is likely to be greatly beneficial to the provision of online educational training. The research will thus be beneficial to providing training in the advanced technological infrastructures and software development expertise necessary in all sectors.My research division is Methodologies and Applications.

eLDa [The Theoretical Framework & Tool]: eLDa is a novel e-learning software tool designed and used in my research as an Instrument for Investigating users' choice and self-regulated learning skills. The platform was developed to allow learners to decide their routes of learning either by a self-directed mode or be guided in an instructional path.

Research Interest

Hypermedia-Multimedia web designs, personalize learning experiences, self-regulatory learning skills, adaptive hypermedia, adaptive MOOC, adaptive interactive model, data science, learning analytics, Gamification, Mediation criteria & Levels, adaptive software systems, intelligent systems, exploratory analysis, Data analysis.

Other research Interests: medical image segmentation, image processing & analysis, image normalization.


Reimagine Education Awards 2017

Title: How adaptible are online learning environments : A case study of a stand-alone MOOC platform use in a context of a coventional Africa university.

Shorlisted for the 2017 Reimagine Education Elearning awards. 2017’s Conference was held at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, 4th-5th December.

IET Innovation Awards 2017

Shortlisted for The Institute of Engineering & Technology (IET) Innovation Awards 15 November 2017.

Category: Navigation and Surveillance Communications

Title of collaborative project: Adaptable Road Navigation System  

Awards 2017: Awarded Highly Commended

Visiting Reseacher


Date: June 16, 2017

King’s College London
Instructional Design and Development, King’s Online
Ground Floor
Virginal Woolf Building
London, WC2B 6LE

Activities

Discussion on adaptive systems, eLDa MOOC platform, e-learning systems in general and initiating collaboration.

Exchange of ideas on various units and aspects of instructional design:
—course video production & editing
— course setting in powerpoint
—narration powerpoint course
—creating an interactive powerpoint with voice over slides

—open source authoring tools and adaptive platforms


Date: June 30, 2017

University College London

Department of Computer Science

66-72 Gower Street, Bloomsbury,

London, WC1E 7JE

Activities

Prof. Yvonne Rogers and Prof. John Shawe-Taylor

The discussion was on my recent research on eLDa MOOC and their collaborative project on E-Learning systems and to evaluate learners acceptability of an existing online system done in partnership with other European partner institutions. We discussed potential project and a specific area of research collaboration.

Successful Grant Application

1. Researcher Links Workshop: Higher Education for All , Brazil March 20th – 24th, 2017

Transatlantic Researcher Link - Early Career Researcher

Funding provided by: British Council, Newton Fund, CONFAP and FAPEAL

Selected Researchers

Workshop Description: The workshop invites UK, Brazil & international early career researchers towards solving the urgent, timely problem of access for children from impoverished backgrounds, via new, seamless personalisation, gamification, semantic & social interaction techniques for specific needs of the millions of candidates, based on (big) data analysis, user analytics and scalability. The workshop will focus on building links for future collaboration and enhancing the researchers’ future career opportunities.

2. September 2015: Conference Grant Award from Association for Learning Technology (ALTC15)

Funding

Research Training and Summer School

  • MathWorks training on image analysis using MATLAB for optimisation of medical images, Coventry University, United Kingdom, June 2013.
  • MATLAB training on medical image analysis, image processing and normalization, Birmingham University, United Kingdom, July 2013.
  • 2nd Biomedical Image Analysis Summer School; Modalities, Methodologies & Clinical Research, Paris, France, July 2013.

Academic Research Skype Interview

25th February 2015 (50 Minutes interview, video & audio)

The Skype interview was conducted between staff of Teesside University and myself to collect data for an on going research into the use of 3D environments & role-play in Education.

Organised By:

Angela Addison BSc (Hons), LLB, DTS, DMS, MTSI Principal Lecturer, SSE E-Learning Coordinator; &

Dr. W.T O'Hare Acting Director,

Technology Future Institute Members

Teesside University, School of Science and Engineering, Department for Learning Development, Middlesbrough,Cleveland, TS1 3BA, United Kingdom.

Topic: Experiences of Role-Play as a teaching tool and how that can be incorporated in face-to-face, virtual worlds and simulations. The flow in learning and the impacts that affect good flow including for distance learners.

Memorable achievement

My most memorable achievement after my MSc, was participating as one of the 12-man IT Coordinators for Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS) during the London 2012 Olympic games. I was among the software Engineering and networking team supporting the worldwide broadcast of the entire event.

Teaching Award Recognition

In 2017 - Nominated for the Warwick Award for Teaching Excellence for Postgraduate Research Students (WATE PGR)

In 2016 - Nominated for the Warwick Award for Teaching Excellence for Postgraduate Research Students (WATE PGR) List of shortlisted nominees

In 2015 - Nominated for the Warwick Award for Teaching Excellence for Postgraduate Research Students (WATE PGR)

In 2015 - Awarded Associate Fellow Status, Higher Education Academy (AFHEA), United Kingdom

Teaching Experience

Academic Tutor

Online Course: Computing Concepts and Python Programming (2015 - Present)
Blended Learning Course: Computer Security: Threats, Incidence, Prevention and Access Control (2015 - Present)

Developing Online & Blended-learning Course: Logic & Verification (2017- Ongoing)

New course curriculum (coming up in 2017- 2018): (1) Engineering Mathematics ( using Matlab\Simulink and Mathematica for engineering design, modelling and simulation), (2) Advanced LaTex and (3) R-Studio Programming

Teaching Assistant

Academic year 2013/2014

CS134: Introduction to Computer Security

Term 1: Seminar Tutor ; Teaching, Marking and Grading of weekly assignments

Term 2 : Lab Tutor ; Lab demonstration, Marking and Grading of weekly assignments (Laboratory: Encrypted\Encoding Email system, decrypting\decoding an encrypted email, Access control)

Academic year 2014/2015

CS140: Computer Security

Term 1: Seminar Tutor; Teaching, Marking and Grading of weekly assignments

Term 2: Lab Tutor; Lab demonstration, Marking and Grading of weekly assignments (Laboratory: Encrypted Email system, decoding an encrypted email, Access control)

Academic year 2015/2016

CS133: Professional Skills

Term 1: Lab Tutor / Coursework marker (Laboratory: Advanced LaTex, Web Page Design)

CS140: Computer Security

Term 1: Seminar Tutor; Teaching, Marking and Grading of weekly assignments

Teaching Approach: Online Blended Classroom Instruction

Term 2: Lab Tutor; Lab demonstration, Marking and Grading of weekly assignments

Academic year 2016/2017

CS262 : Logic and Verification

Term 2: Workshops / Seminars (Laboratory: Alloys Systems, single and mutiple instances of atoms and alloys core shell)

CS310 : Computer Science Project

Term 2 : 3rd year project & writing skills sessions (planning the structure, methodology, and extended writing)

Academic Papers Reviewed

  1. Technical program committee member for IEEE International Conference on Computing, Electronics and Communications Engineering (iCCECE ’18). University of Essex Southend, UK 16th – 17th August 2018
  2. Technical program committee member for International Conference on Emerging Technologies in Computing iCETiC ‘18. London Metropolitan University, London, Uk 23-24 August 2018
  3. International Scientific Committee member for the 1st American University in the Emirates, international research conference (AUEIRC2017), Dubai, United Arab Emirates, November 15 - 16 , 2017.
  4. Blind-Review 2 Full Papers (10 - 15 Pages) for AUEIRC 2017: 1st AUE International Research Conference
    American University in the Emirates, Dubai, UAE, November 15th - 16th, 2017.
  5. Blind-Peer-Review Full Paper ( 14 Pages) for Progress in Artificial Intelligence (PAI2016) Journal. July 2016.
  6. A Blind-Peer Review of '3 Full Papers (12 - 15 Pages)' for The 19th International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning(ICL2016), Belfast, United Kingdom.
  7. A Blind-Peer Review of '6 Abstracts' for The 23rd Association for Learning Technology (ALT) Annual Conference 2016 , United Kingdom.
  8. A Blind-Peer Review of '10 Abstracts' for The 9th International Technology, Education & Development Conference (INTED2015), Madrid, Spain.(PDF Document)

Book Chapters

1. Onah, D. F. O. and Sinclair, J. E.. 2017. A Multi-dimensional Investigation of Self-regulated Learning in a Blended Classroom Context : A Case Study on eLDa MOOC. In, M.E. Auer et al. (eds.), Interactive Collaborative Learning, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, pp. 63-85, 545, Springer International Publishing AG. Link, Chapter

2. Onah, D.F.O. and Sinclair, J.E.. 2017. An innovative MOOC platform: The implications of self-directed learning abilities to improve motivation in learning and to support self-regulation. (in progress)

3. Onah, D.F.O., Pang, E.L.L and Sinclair, J.E.. 2017. Cognitive Optimism of Distinctive Initiatives to Foster Self-Directed and Self-Regulated Learning Skills: A Comparative Analysis of Conventional and Blended-Learning in Undergraduate Studies. (in progress)

Journal Publications

  1. Onah, D. F. O., Sinclair, J. E. (2017). Assessing Self-Regulation of Learning Dimensions in a Stand-alone MOOC Platform. International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy (iJEP),Vol.7, No.2. pp. 4 - 21. eISSN: 2192-4880.
  2. Onah, D. F.O. and Sinclair, J.E., Boyatt, R. (2015) Forum Posting Habits and Attainment in a Dual-Mode MOOC. International Journal for Cross-Disciplinary Subjects in Education (IJCDSE), Special Issue Volume 5, Issue 2, ISSN 2042-6364 (IJCDSE2015). Pages 2463 - 2470. DOI: 10.20533/ijcdse.2042.6364.2015.0336. United Kingdom. 5th December 2015. (PDF Document)
  3. Journal Paper 2017 (Submitted awaiting blind-peer review feedback)
  4. Journal Paper 2017 (Submitted awaiting blind-peer review feedback)
  5. Journal Paper 2017 (Preparing for submission)

Conference Publications

  1. D.F.O. Onah, J.E. Sinclair & E.L.L. Pang (2018) A metacognitive instructional approach and self-reflection: reflective practice from a computer science perspective, The 12th Annual International Technology, Education and Development Conference (INTED2015) , Valencia, Spain. 5th- 7th of March, 2018.
  2. Onah, D. F.O. and Sinclair, J.E. (2016) A Multi-Dimensional Investi- gation of Self-Regulated Learning in a Blended Classroom Context: A Case Study on eLDa MOOC. In the 19th International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning(ICL2016), Belfast, United Kingdom. 21st- 23rd September, 2016.
  3. D.F.O. Onah, J.E. Sinclair (2016) Exploring Learners’ Strategies of Self-Regulated Learning Abilities in a Novel MOOC Platform: eLDa. The 23rd Annual Conference of the Association for Learning Technology (ALT2016). University of Warwick, United Kingdom. 6th – 8th September 2016.
  4. Onah, D. F.O. and Sinclair, J.E. (2016) An Empirical Investigation of students’ perceptions of self-regulated learning in Online Blended Learning: A case study of a Novel E-Learning Platform. In Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies (EDULEARN16), pp.5960 - 5969. Barcelona, Spain. 4th-6th July, 2016.
  5. Onah, D. F.O., Sinclair, J.E., Pang, E.L.L. and Jantjies, M. (2016) Exploring the multi-dimensional attainment of self-regulatory learning skills in educational contexts: A comparative study. In Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies (EDULEARN16), pp.5970 - 5979. Barcelona, Spain. 4th-6th July, 2016.
  6. Onah, D.F.O. & Sinclair, J.E. (2016). Design Science MOOC: A Framework of Good Practice Pedagogy in a Novel E-Learning Platform eLDa. In Proceedings of the 28th EdMedia: World Conference on Educational Media and Technology (EDMEDIA2016), (pp. 511-518). Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada: June 28th - 30th, 2016.
  7. Onah, D. F. O. and Sinclair, Jane (2015) Measuring self-regulated learning in a novel e-learning platform: eLDa. In: Koli Calling : International Conference on Computing Education Research, Koli, Finland, 19-22 Nov 2015. Published in: Proceedings of the 15th Koli Calling International Conference on Computing Education Research. Pages 167 - 168. ACM New York, NY, USA, ISBN : 978-1-4503-4020-5. ACM
  8. D.F.O. Onah, J.E. Sinclair (2015) Learning as a Perspective of Reflective Practice in Computer Science. The 22nd Annual Conference of the Association for Learning Technology (ALT2015). Manchester, United Kingdom. 8th – 10th September 2015.(PDF Document)
  9. D.F.O. Onah, J.E. Sinclair (2015) Learners Expectations and Motivations using Content Analysis in a MOOC. In the Proceedings of 27th Annual World Conference on Educational Media and Technology (EDMEDIA2015),(Vol. 2015, No. 1, pp. 185-194). Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 22nd – 24th of June, 2015.(PDF Document)
  10. D.F.O. Onah, J.E. Sinclair (2015) Massive Open Online Courses: An Adaptive Learning Framework, In Proceeding of the 9th International Technology, Education and Development Conference (INTED2015) , pp. 1258-1266..Madrid, Spain. 2nd-4th of March, 2015.(PDF Document)
  11. D.F.O. Onah, J.E. Sinclair (2015) Collaborative Filtering Recommendation System: A Framework in Massive Open Online Courses, In Proceeding of the 9th International Technology, Education and Development Conference (INTED2015) , pp. 1249-1257.Madrid, Spain. 2nd-4th of March, 2015.(PDF Document) 
  12. Onah, D. F.O., Sinclair, J.E., Boyatt, R., Foss, J. (2014) Massive Open Online Courses : Learner Participation. In Proceeding of the 7th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation (iCERi2014) , Seville, Spain. 17th - 19th November, 2014.(PDF Document)
  13. Onah, D. F.O., Sinclair, J.E., Boyatt, R. (2014) Exploring the Use of MOOC Discussion Forums. London International Conference on Education (LICE-2014). London, United Kingdom. 10th - 12th November, 2014.(PDF Document)
  14. Onah, D. F.O., Sinclair, J., Boyatt, R.  (2014) Dropout Rates of Massive Open Online Courses : Behavioural Patterns. In Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies (EDULEARN14), Barcelona, Spain. 7th-9th July, 2014. (PDF Document)

 PhD Student Led Conferences, Workshops & Poster Presentations

  1. D.F.O.Onah (2017) Self-Regulated Learning in a Blended Computing Course: A Case Study of eLDa MOOC. Researcher Links Workshop: Higher Education for All. Alagoas , Maceio, Brazil March 20th – 24th.
  2. D.F.O.Onah (Participant) (2016) Research Students’ Education Conference (RSEC2016), University of Leeds, United Kingdom. 7th June 2016.
  3. D.F.O.Onah (2016) MOOCs and Self-Regulation. Technology for Learning - An Interdisciplinary Research Network, University of Warwick, United Kingdom. 13th May 2016.(PDF Document)
  4. D.F.O.Onah and J.E. Sinclair (2015) Experimental Research in Two Cohorts of Learning: A Case Study of eLDa. In the 4th Annual ESRC DTC Conference. Nottingham University, United Kingdom. 28th October 2015.(PDF Document) DTC PT
  5. D.F.O. Onah, J.E. Sinclair (2015) Exploring User Choice and Self-regulated Learning in a Novel E-learning Platform (eLDa). The 2nd Annual Workshop on the Network on Computational Statistics and Machine Learning (NCSML2015), University of Warwick, United Kingdom. 3rd – 4th September 2015.Abstract (PDF Document) Poster(PDF Document)
  6. D.F.O. Onah, J.E. Sinclair (2015) eLDa : A Guided Adaptive Interactive MOOC System. The 1st Annual Postgraduate Research Poster Presentation, The University of Warwick, United Kingdom. 10th June, 2015. Poster(PDF Document)
  7. Onah, D. F.O., Sinclair, J., Boyatt, R., Foss, J. (2014) Classification of Computing for Teachers (CfT) MOOC: Age and Gender Demographic. In Proceeding of the 1st WMG Doctoral Research and Innovation Conference (WMGRIC2014), Warwick, United Kingdom.DOCZ.IO. 10th - 11th July, 2014. (PDF Document)

Professional Affiliations, Conferences Chaired & Program committees

Doctoral Training 

Researcher Student Skills Program

  • How to Be an Effective Researcher
 Postgraduate Awards (PGA) Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
  • Induction Training Course on Introduction to Teaching and Learning in Higher education (September 2013)
  • Lecturing, Assessment and Research-Based Learning (February 2014)
  • Reflecting on your Teaching and Reflective Writing (February 2014)
  • Enhancing Skills in Small Group Teaching (February 2014)
  • Presentation Skills for Online Delivery (March 2014)
  • Teaching Inclusively (Online activity and Group Session) (March 2014)
  • Teaching for Creativity(May 2014)
  • Introduction to E-learning (June 2014)

Academic Writing Program: myAdvantage

  • Academic writing- writing to engage the reader (March 2014)

In-sessional English Programme (Term 2, January-March 2014)

  • English Language Pronunciation Classes (Distinquishing between Vowel Sounds) (10 weeks Term2, 2014)

PG Certificate in Transferable Skills in Science (PGCTSS)

  • CH950 Doctoral Skills 1 (2013)
  • CH951 Doctoral Skills 2 (2014)
  • CH952 Doctoral Skills 3 (2015)
  • CH954 Science Communication (20 - 22 April 2015)
  • CH955 Decision Making and Leadership (8-9 April 2015)
  • CH957 Business, Innovation and Commercialisation for Researchers (March 2015)
  • CH933 Writing Extended Scientific Articles and Reports (9 weeks in Term1 , 6 October 2014/2015)
  • CH953 Team Working in a Research Environment (May 2014)
Workshop and Training
  • Video Editting Software Workshop & Training - Camtasia Studio (Video Editor) (TechSmith), LICE2014 Conference, London, UK - November 2014.
  • Audio Editing Software & Training - Audacity (Audio Editor), Science Communication PGCTSS, Warwick University, April 2015

Research Presentations

1. Self-Regulated Learning in a Blended Computing Course: A Case Study of eLDa MOOC. Researcher Links Workshop: Higher Education for All , Brazil March 20th – 24th, 2017

2. A Multi-dimensional Investigation of Self-regulated Learning in a Blended Classroom Context : A Case Study on eLDa MOOC. In the 19th International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning(ICL2016), Belfast, United Kingdom. 21st - 23rd September, 2016.

3. ELDA - E-Learning Development And Adaptivity: A Blended Self-Paced Learning And Instructor Led Support System

WPCCS, Dept. of Computer Science, Warwick, UK - June 26, 2015(PDF Document)

4. Learners Expectations and Motivations using Content Analysis in a MOOC

Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 22nd – 24th of June, 2015

5. Massive Open Online Courses: An Adaptive Learning Framework

INTED15, Madrid, Spain - 2 - 4 March 2015

6. Collaborative Filtering Recommendation System: A Framework in Massive Open Online Courses

 INTED15, Madrid, Spain - 2 - 4 March 2015

7. E-Learning Lab

 CH957 Business, Innovation and Commercialisation for Researchers(PGCTSS)

University of Warwick, UK- March 18,2015

8. Exploring the Use of MOOC Discussion Forums

LICE14, London, UK - 10-12 Nov. 2014

9. Massive Open Online Courses : Learners Participation

ICERI14, Serville, Spain - 17- 19 Nov. 2014.

10. Classication of Computing for Teachers MOOC: Age and Gender Demographic
WMGRIC2014, Warwick, UK - July 10, 2014

11. Dropout Rates of Massive Open Online Courses: Behavioural Patterns
Edulearn14, Barcelona , Spain - July 7, 2014

12. Massive Open Online Courses: Computing for Teachers MOOC
WPCCS, Dept. of Computer Science, Warwick, UK - June 27, 2014

13. Ever Worried About Exploding Your Lab? (Awarded the First Prize)
CH953 Team Working in a Research Environment(PGCTSs) May 2014.

14. Development of Automated Image Segmentation for MR images.

WPCCS, Dept. of Computer Science, Warwick, UK - June 28, 2013.

Program Committee Member WPCCS (June 2014)

  • WPCCS Abstract Reviewer (5 Abstracts)
  • Chaired WPCCS Presentation Sessions
  • Presentation of Current Research

Academic Activities (External)

  • Participated in UK ICT Pioneers 2015 (Second stage of the competition) : 3 Minutes Research Video

 EPSRC UK ICT Pioneers Competition

Resources that Cited our Publications

Wayne Barry 

Bureau Europe de l'Ouest

University of Warwick Publication Service & The Warwick Research Archive Portal (WRAP)

StudyLib

dblp: Computer Science Bibliography

Anygator

 

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Associate Fellow (HEA)

The University of Warwick

Gibbet Hill Road, Coventry

CV4 7AL, UK

Office Tel: +44 (0) 24 7657 3801

My Warwick Blog

Research Group: Intelligent & Adaptive Systems

Google Scholar: Citations

ResearchGate: Profile

LinkedIn: Profile

Semantic Scholar BETA: Selected Publications

Mendeley: Selected Publications

Academia.edu: Selected Publications

Supervisor

Dr Jane Sinclair

Academic Advisors

Dr Mike Joy

Dr Maria Liakata

Academic Awards

WATE PGR

Nominated and received recognition for Warwick Awards for Teaching Excellence, 2014/15, 2015/16 & 2016/17.

First-Class Honors Award for Post Graduate (Top of Class) Univeristy of East London, 2011.

Vice-Chancellor's Award for Academic Excellence (Top 5%) University of East London, 2011.

First Prize Poster, Team Working in a Research Environment University of Warwick, 2014.


Student Ambassador

Student Services and Support, University of East London, 2011.

Volunteering Award

Employability & Enterprise Volunteering Awards

International Scientific Advisory Board

Advisory board member: International Technology, Education & Development Conference (INTED2015).

Overseas PG Student Rep. (PhD SSLC Officer)

PG International Student Representative

2014/2015 & 2015/2016

PG Student Staff Liaison Committee (PG SSLC)

Dept. of Computer Science

University of Warwick

Associate Membership

Association For Learning Technology (ALT), Oxford, UK

Membership

Computing At School (CAS), UK

Curriculum Vitae

(PDF Document)

Novel PhD Project eLDa

eLDaMOOC.ORG

Publications in WRAP

Selected Publications


Publications in CORE

Selected Publications

DCS-Outreach

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