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MirandaNet Fellowship Profiles (MirandaNet Archive - as of March 2015)
Twitter ID: @sarahyounie
Dr Sarah Younie has been involved in international research on educational technologies and teaching for twenty five years. She has been involved in the use of digital technologies in educational settings for UNESCO, the EU, UK Government Agencies, Local Authorities, educational charities and other funders. She has worked as a teacher and researcher in secondary schools, universities and as the UK Chair of the national subject association of IT in Teacher Education (ITTE) she has conducted national research, including gathering evidence for the Parliamentary Select Committee Inquiry into Education.
Dr Younie is a visiting Senior Research Fellow at University of Bedfordshire and Principal Lecturer at De Montfort University, where she is also Programme leader for the MA in Education Practice. She has published widely on educational technologies and is the Associate Editor-in-Chief for the international Journal of Technology, Pedagogy and Education. Dr Younie’s latest book published by the Open University Press is entitled ‘Teaching with Technology: the essential guide’. Dr Younie is a founder member of MESH (Mapping Education Specialist knowhow) and is the Editor-in-Chief of the MESHguides for ICT.
Sarah Younie is a Principal Lecturer at De Montfort University and Programme leader for the MA in Education Practice. Sarah is also a visiting Senior Research Fellow at University of Bedfordshire, with experience of teaching and researching in education for over twenty five years.
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