Dr. Wayne Barry
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Digital Academic Developer
Tel: 01227 923076
Blog : https://cccutel.wordpress.com/
I rejoined Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU) in August 2006 as a learning technologist, and since October 2020, a digital academic developer. I have worked in higher education for over 20 years, and have been actively involved on a range of local, national, international and award-winning projects relating to technology, learning spaces and education.
I have acted as a Community Teaching Assistant (CTA) for the University of Edinburgh on the "e-Learning and Digital Culture" Coursera MOOC. I hold a Doctorate in Education (EdD) and have published a number of book chapters on educational technology.
Research and Knowledge Exchange
My research interests include: educational technology, open education, e-portfolios, learning spaces, social media, scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL), and professional learning. My recent EdD research concerned 'The Professional Learning of Academics in Higher Education: A Sociomaterial Perspective'.
Teaching and Subject Expertise
I have taught on the 'Enhancing Academic Practice' module of the University’s Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PGCAP) programme. I have also taught on the Faculty of Social and Applied Sciences' Masters by Research programme. I have prepared and delivered a number of academic professional development events and sessions on educational technology and digital learning. My teaching duties include seminar delivery, workshop facilitation, mentorship, peer observation and feedback.
I am a Senior Fellow (SFHEA) with Advance HE (AHE), a Member (MBCS) and Chartered IT Professional (CITP) with the British Computer Society (BCS), and an Ordinary Member with the Association for Learning Technology (ALT).
Publications and Research Outputs
See University's institutional repository for current research outputs.