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Emma Duke-Williams

Website: http://www.tech.port.ac.uk/staffweb/duke-wie/blog

Personal Statement


Personal Statement

I am a lecturer in the School of Computing at Portsmouth University in the UK. I have a particular interest in the use of IT to support learning and assessment. Current work includes looking at the role of Web 2.0 in teaching and learning. This covers a range of aspects, such as the use of blogs for student reflection, how online communites develop. Though we currently use a VLE (WebCT), I am interested in the way in which students can start to build their own PLE (Personal Learning Environment) from freely available tools. Having previously been a Special Needs teacher, I'm also very interested in accessibility of online materials.

In addition I support the departmental use of Online Assessment - for both summative and formative use.


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