New Digital Learning Colleagues
LCC’s Digital Learning team welcomed two new colleagues at the end of July, Anu Roy and Sheila Smith.
Sheila and Anu are bothing joining us as Digital Learning Coordinators and will provide support and guidance to course teams on the use of digital platforms in teaching, working alongside Lee Leewis our Senior Digital Learning Coordinator.
In August we unfortunately said goodbye to Peter Beare who has taken up a new role at Glasgow Caledonian. We are currently recruiting for a new Digital Learning Producer and will hopefully have someone in post later this year.
LCC Digital Learning Team 2021-22
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Anu Roy, Digital Learning Coordinator
Anu began her career teaching in secondary schools while completing the TeachFirst programme.
She has experience with creating digital learning guidance, integrating technology into lessons and training other teachers to transition to online learning.
She is passionate about accessibility in digital learning, race & technology and researching the impact of emerging pedagogy on teaching and learning.
Sheila Smith, Digital Learning Coordinator
Sheila has spent 20 years in the FE sector with most of them at Lambeth College and has an MA in Radio from Goldsmiths College.
As well as teaching radio, journalism, photography and media Sheila was part of the teaching and learning team.
In her role as Blended Learning Expert Practitioner, she supported staff with digital skills and tools both in the classroom, online and hybrid delivery.
Lee Leewis, Senior Digital Learning Coordinator
Lee began his career in the classroom, integrating technology into his lessons and training other teachers to do the same.
He later received his MA from UCL where he pursued his interest in learning design, analytics, and using technology to foster community and support instruction.
He is passionate about inclusive pedagogies, video-supported learning and the use of data to enhance learning, teaching and assessment.
Matt Lingard, Digital Learning Director
Matt joined LCC in 2018 and has worked in digital learning roles in Higher Education for 20-years.
Throughout his career, Matt has been active in the wider learning technology community and really values practice sharing and networking amongst staff.
Last year he formed the UK HE Anti-racism and Learning Technology group and this month will co-chair the Annual Conference of the Association for Learning Technology.