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Cathy Ellis

Website: www.elearningmatters.co.uk

Personal Statement


Personal Statement

I am responsible for the strategic direction for all ICT and eLearning developments within the college. I have led major restructuring projects of ICT to align it to deliver campus-wide eLearning strategies. My work with learning technology dates back to 1994 and the introduction of Computer Assisted Language Learning when I was Head of Languages at City of Sunderland College. I introduced the college to the concept of a VLE and in 2000 began the first phase of implementation of a VLE. Sunderland was one of the first colleges to commit to a VLE and the college won a number of awards in recognition of its pioneering work. In 2004 I founded an eLearning publication, eLearning Matters, aimed at drawing together best practice in the use of learning technologies. In November 2004 I won an international award for this innovative project. I have spoken at regional, national and international conferences and written several articles on my experience of ICT/ILT. A member of the JISC Committee for Organisational Support, chair of ALT's Further Education Committee, I am especially interested in the management and organisational challenges which ILT presents and working with all stakeholders to commit to a shared vision for ILT.


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