About

James Little, Learning Technologist /Staff Developer: BA Hons Communications Major, Philosophy Minor (Leeds). Working towards MEd (Sheffield) – expected 2014-5.

James has been involved at the intersection of education and technology for over 12 years, starting with a gap year in an educational consultancy in 2000 followed by work in subsequent years after University as a web designer, before moving into the higher education area in 2007 as a Learning Technologist. James enjoys the creative combination of pedagogical, theoretical understanding and technical skills. He has been involved in running distance-learning Masters for 5 years as well as working to enable staff and student digital literacy.

He has presented often at international conferences such as NET and at ALT-C. James joined the University of Leeds in early 2013 and works both within the Staff Development to enable effective and appropriate use of technology and across the University, Leading the Learning Technologists Network and working collaboratively as part of groups such as BLLTIG and eAssessment.

Personal webpages: www.cvofjameslittle.co.uk / www.learningtechnologist.co.uk

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