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Kevin Burden

Website: http://www.hull.ac.uk/ces/people/KevinBurden.html

Personal Statement


Personal Statement

As with most of us working in education today I am involved in a wide variety of different areas which include CPD for teachers, staff support within Higher Education, teaching and learning, research and evaluation and various consultancies and enterprise based activity.

I am the Director of Cascade, a multimedia training and evaluation unit based within the University of Hull. We undertake activity on a local, national and international basis and have established a network of colleagues and contacts across the globe. We focus on the application of new and emerging technologies within the workplace. This typically involves schools and colleges although we are also working with people in the commercial and public sectors.

I am the programme director for a number of higher education programmes including a Foundation Degree in Applied Digital Media (Learning) and a Masters degree in Leadership and Learning. I also teach modules on social software and Web 2.0 technologies on our MEd in e-learning programme.

My research and evaluation work is centred around the concept of digital literacies and the role of technology in the development of these new literacies. I am currently working with a number of colleagues in the UK and in Australia to explore this area and would welcome wider involvement. I am particularly interested in visual literacies and have worked with a wide variety of students to develop a broader understanding of how media and video can be used to deepen our understandings and ideas


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