Dr Jen Ross

Senior Lecturer in Digital Education

I am a senior lecturer in Digital Education, Centre co-director (Digital Cultures), and Future Education Fellow at the Edinburgh Futures Institute.  I lead the Digital Cultural Heritage cluster in the Centre for Data, Culture and Society, and the Digital Cultural Heritage Research Network. I'm a senior fellow of the Higher Education Academy and former Deputy Director (KE) of Research and Knowledge Exchange in the School of Education.  My research interests include online distance education, digital cultural heritage engagement, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), and digital cultures and futures. I supervise masters and PhD students in these and related areas.  You can email me at jen.ross@ed.ac.uk ; or find me on Twitter: @jar

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