Rory leads on the course ‘Digital education in global context’ and leads and co-tutors on ‘An introduction to digital environments for learning’. His interests include online identity and its implications for academics.
Michael works in digital education in development contexts in collaboration with INGOs and universities largely in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. His research focuses on educational mobilities, mobile technology, and the impact on local knowledge practices and communities.
Zayba is a Research Associate on the Move2Learn project at the Centre for Research in Digital Education. Her research interests include cognitive development of young children’s scientific understanding.
Jeremy is co-director of the Centre for Research in Digital Education (Data Society) and a Lecturer in Digital Education. His research interests include critical posthumanism and new materialism, and the implications of such thinking for education and educational research.
Andrew is a Senior Lecturer in Learning Sciences and Director of the Children and Technology group. He is a past ESRC Future Research Leader and now leads the UK side of a $2.4million Science Learning+ project with the US (Move2Learn).
Judy has been developing educational technology in collaboration with children and teachers since 1997. Her research interests lie in computer science education and serious games for children, particularly game authoring.
Jen is Centre co-director (Digital Cultures), and academic lead of the Digital Cultural Heritage Research Network. Jen's research interests lie in online and open education, digital cultural heritage learning, digital cultures and futures, and online reflective practices.
Phil is Programme Director for the MSc in Digital Education. Her research interests are interdisciplinary, based in the area of digital and higher education, but drawing on organisational theory, cultural geography, and social theories of time.
Dr Claire SowtonProject and Communications Manager (CRDE), Project Manager (Move2Learn)
Claire works in two roles in the Centre for Research in Digital Education and is a member of the Digital Cultural Heritage Research Network. Her recent research has focused on digital and mobile approaches to engagement and evaluation of cultural experience, including the AHRC Artcasting project.
Yi-Shan is a co-investigator of a cross-European project – SHEILA (Supporting Higher Education to Integrate Learning Analytics) and a member of the Learning Analytics Policy Task Group at the University of Edinburgh.
Ben is based in the Centre for Research in Digital Education though affiliated to Edinburgh Futures Institute. Ben's research examines the intersections of digital technologies, science, and data with education policy and governance.
Anna Wood is the Research Associate on the ‘Asking the Right Question’ Project. Her research interests focus on the use of technology in flipped, active learning lectures, and on the dialogues that take place in these lectures.