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Diana Shore

Personal Statement


Personal Statement

I have five years experience as a learning technologist, and of participative research into students and tutors' experiences of e-learning. My work is regarded as innovative and successful, has attracted awards, and been the showcased as best practice. Software that I designed for the Open University (OU) is now produced on a CD ROM for reuse across the OU.

Within the context of my FE experience, I co-authored a proposal that won the BT award in new communications technology. This was for a community-based initiative using communication technology to educate young people about HIV infection. The design proved to be robust enough for other colleges to replicate it, and developed successful European links through colleges in Holland. The work attracted significant interest and we were invited to present a paper on the project at the SpotLIT of the Best of Learning with IT. This aspect of experience, initiating and leading a small community-based project, to respond to Government strategy reflects my ability to translate and communicate given strategies into a successful and popular design for e-learning.


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