Dr Jane Hughes, Project Manager, is a lecturer, leads the Learning Technologies Programme in the UCL Centre for the Advancement of Learning and Teaching (CALT) and teaches on UCL’s accredited PGCLTHE and MA Education programme. She advises on technology-based innovations in teaching and learning and sits on the UCL Quality Management and Enhancement Committee. She has worked on numerous development projects and was project leader for JISC DNER VDML Project.
Man Yang, Project Officer, has 10 years’ experience in learning technology support at UCL and particular expertise in web development, web accessibility and database design. She has developed and maintained the websites for projects including ATLAS and CrossCALL, has worked with Jane Hughes on several funded projects and on co-ordinating the UCL Teaching & Learning Network.
June Hedges, IPR and licensing adviser, is head of the Teaching and Learning Support Section of UCL Library Services. She has extensive experience of Licensing schemes and of negotiating rights with owners for re-use for educational purposes. In providing advice to the UCL community she has developed considerable expertise on all issues relating IPR in the academic environment, in particular issues surrounding the re-use of materials in online environments. - IPR & Licensing Adviser
Dr Holly Smith, resource developer: her main expertise is in academic development in higher education. She has been Programme Leader of the Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (PGCLTHE) since its inception in 2002/03 and has also taught on the PGCLTHE programmes at Liverpool John Moores University and the Open University, and been employed as an external reviewer for the Open University and Institute of Education programmes.
Dr Rosalind Duhs, resource developer, is a Senior Teaching Fellow with a long experience of writing online resources for teaching and learning. She has a profound interest in helping academic staff to learn to teach and studied courses to support their development for her PhD. She was a pioneer in the use of virtual learning environments. Her special area of expertise is assessment and feedback to students.
Ulrich Tiedau, academic evaluator, is a lecturer in UCL’s Dutch department, and a learning technologist. He has worked on and across the borders of humanities and information and communication technologies for most of his professional life and published widely on Belgian, Dutch and German history, as well as on distance education and information science. He is Web Publications Editor for ALT and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. He took part in the pilot phase of JISC’s and the Academy’s OER programme in 2009/10 (OER Dutch history)
Dr Clive Young, learning technologies adviser, has worked as a learning technology consultant in several universities, most recently with Imperial College London. He has led several UK and international projects on the pedagogic design of video and was an e-learning project evaluator for the European Commission. Clive is also an associate lecturer at the Open University tutoring on their MA in Online and Distance Education.