Learning technologist at University of plymouth

  1. Flea Palmer

    Title
    Creative Learning Technologist with 14 years experience researching & advising on how technology can enhance learning
    Demographic info
    Plymouth, United Kingdom | Higher Education
    Current:
    Learning Technologist at Plymouth University
    Past:
    Administrative Officer at Unison, New Claims Receptionist/ Adviser at The Employment Service (now JobCentre Plus)
    Education:
    University of Plymouth, University of Plymouth
    Summary:
    Flea is a qualified teacher and has 14 years experience as a Learning Technologist with Plymouth University. She has contributed to the embedding of many initiatives, including Student Centred Learning; Transition to H.E & Induction and, in collaboration with Educational Development, using PebblePad to support Personal Development Planning. She has run workshops, with Careers, advising on managing online identity and using the web for networking and self-promotion. More recently she has led a project creating DigiThings, an online CPD programme to introduce academics to presentation tools and techniques. Flea develops both generic and subject-specific pedagogically-informed resources using a range of software, for web, print and mobile devices. With a background in multimedia, her skills include illustration, web design, video and 3D animation. She also researches and evaluates new technologies, with the aim of inspiring others to use them. She does this through her blog, the University’s Technology Enhanced Learning site and TEL Newsletter and numerous social networking platforms! Her research interests include: collaborating online for teaching, learning and research digital identity and self-promotion interactive, animated storytelling immersive virtual environments Flea was Acting Senior Learning Technologist from February 2004 - June 2005, but preferred to pursue her interests in developing learning resources and enhancing teaching & learning through technology. Specialties: technology enhanced learning, branding & identity, social learning
    Flea Palmer
  2. Eileen Lister

    Title
    A Technical Consultant, Coach, Mentor and Lecturer working with businesses and educational establishments
    Demographic info
    Plymouth, United Kingdom | Education Management
    Current:
    HE Specialist Mentor at Plymouth College of Art (PCA), Facilitator, Coach, Mentor, Trainer, Action Learning Facilitator, Psychometric Occupational Tester at Cognivity, Art and Design Tutor at WEA
    Past:
    Creative Wellbeing Facilitator at Mind and Rethink, Career and Business Coach at ACEFM, Action Learning Facilitator at University of Plymouth (Business School) Global MBA, Lecturer BA Hons Fashion, Business, Marketing and Promotion at Plymouth College of Art, Community Project Facilitator at Part Exchange Co (Hidden City, Drive in Deco), Associate Lecturer, Access to higher Education Art and Design (Faculty Arts and Sciences) at City College Plymouth, Lecturer, Art and Design (Increased Flexibility Programme 14 - 16 Yrs.) at City College Plymouth, Technical Consultant (Ferrari Spa) at Ferrari, Quality Control Manager and Technical Consultant at Otto, Technical Product manager at Otto, Garment Technologist at FGH (Freeman Grattan Holdings)
    Education:
    The British Psychological Society, Institute of Leadership & Management, Institute of Leadership and Management (Iron Mill Institute), Insider Art, University of Plymouth, The Manchester Metropolitan University, The Manchester Metropolitan University, Birmingham City University, Bournville School of Art & Craft, Birmingham
    Summary:
    A Technical Consultant, Coach, Mentor and Lecturer working with businesses and educational establishments. Positions within the fashion and textile industry include Technical Consultant, Quality Control Manager (Hong Kong, China and offshore Asia), Technical Product Manager, Garment Technologist and Fashion and Textile Designer. I have experience of heading large quality departments in Asia, undertaking the shipment of over 15 million pieces of merchandise per season to over 30 international companies including Japan, France, Germany, USA and the UK. I have worked with and coordinated audits (ISO 9000) for 4000 factories and subcontractors who manufacture all product areas covering mens, ladies, maternity and childrens-wear. Strong leadership, management within the manufacturing industry with a focus on improving productivity, quality and service. Mental ill health affects one in four people who may be employed, unemployed or in education. I work closely alongside those experiencing ill health and aim to support recovery, so that individuals, and related businesses gain a greater awareness and contribute towards building better support for those experiencing ill health in our society.
    Eileen Lister
  3. Mari Cruz García

    Title
    Educational Technologist at the University of Dundee
    Demographic info
    Dundee, United Kingdom | E-Learning
    Current:
    Educational Technologist at University of Dundee, Women and Equality Officer at the North East Fife Branch Constituency/ EU Elections Campaign Office at Scottish National Party
    Past:
    Elearning Technologist at Stevenson College Edinburgh, Board of Directors at WeCan!, Spingwatch project at University of Strathclyde, Learning technologist at Carnegie Collge, Postgraduate student -GTA tutor at University of Plymouth, Telecom consultant at Telefonica Mobile Solutions
    Education:
    School of Education, University of Edinburgh, University of Plymouth
    Summary:
    Elearning expert, social activist and -occasionally- freelance journalist. I strongly believe in the use of elearning and learning technologies to broaden educational access and to improve the process of learning and teaching. Committed to social justice, sustainable development and spiritual values. Education is a right, not a business.
    Mari Cruz García
  4. Robert Stillwell

    Demographic info
    Plymouth, United Kingdom | E-Learning
    Robert Stillwell
  5. Ed Bremner

    Title
    Media & Imaging Professional at Plymouth University
    Demographic info
    Plymouth, United Kingdom | Research
    Current:
    Learning Technologist & Digital Learning Environment Advocate - ASTI at Plymouth University, Associate Lecturer - Photography at University of Plymouth, Consultant & Trainer at BremWeb Imaging
    Past:
    Learning Technologist: Learning 4 Health at Plymouth University, Technical Support at University of Bath - Disciplinary Thinking OER Project, Research Officer - Discovery.ac.uk at UKOLN - University of Bath, IMPACT Research Officer at UKOLN - University of Bath, 'C-Change in GEES' Project Co-ordinator at GEES Subject Centre, University of Plymouth, Federation Co-ordinator at South Western Federation of Museums & Art Galleries, Senior Research Officer at TASI, Senior Technical Research Officer at ILRT, University of Bristol, Image Co-ordinator at Tate Gallery
    Summary:
    Digital Imaging and Image Archive Consultancy and Training. A professional and bespoke service for the heritage and education sector; providing advice and guidance on all aspects of the digitisation workflow from capture, technical metadata and colour management through to image management, data migration and data preservation. This is easy to understand, practical and hands-on help for all those involved in digitisation and digital asset management.. Specialties: Digital Imaging, Digital Capture, Digital Asset Management. Image Databases and Data Migration Metadata - especially for Imaging, Technical Imaging and online learning Establishing and supporting online communities and online learning systems Web authoring and website management - Good HTML & CSS: Wordpress/Joomla etc
    Ed Bremner