Job title: Faculty Learning Technologist
Dept: Learning and Teaching
Tel: 01227 863076
Wayne rejoined the University in August 2006 as Faculty Learning Technologist - he is currently assigned to the Faculty of Social and Applied Sciences where he is responsible for academic professional development opportunities in the area of learning technology to support and enhance learning, teaching, assessment and research. He has taught on the PGCLT(HE).
He is also part of a small team responsible for defining and supporting the learning technology infrastructure at Canterbury Christ Church as well as working on a range of institutional and faculty projects. He has been a team member of several JISC and HEA projects including Kent PLPP Extension Project, the iBorrow Project and DEBUT.
His current academic interests include digital literacy; e-portfolios for learning and professional development; understanding the alignment of pedagogy, space and technology inside flexible and open learning environments; and with a BSc(Hons) in Information Technology and Social Science, the role of social software and media in the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL).
He has previously worked in IT sales, IT training and software development. He is a Chartered IT Professional with the British Computer Society and holds a MSc in e-Learning with the University of Edinburgh. He is currently undertaking a Doctorate in Education (EdD).
For more information about Wayne, please visit his website at www.waynebarry.com
View my entry in the Canterbury Research and Theses Environment (CReaTE) - CCCU's Institutional Repository.