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Emma joined the University in 2000 having previously studied an undergraduate Psychology degree and a Masters degree in Multimedia at Teesside University. She has worked in eLearning since graduating starting out at Redcar and Cleveland College developing electronic assessment packages. She is currently a member of the Learning Technologies team having also worked within the Business school for the NECC programme.
Emma completed a PhD with the school of Computing in 2014. This research was in the area of learning and teaching, learning technologies and inclusion. The thesis is titled ‘A framework to support the integration of accessibility requirements into online learning designs’. Emma has a continuing interest in inclusion and is supporting the development and integration of inclusivity recommendations for learning and teaching at Teesside.
Currently the key contact for the School of Health and Social Care she supports staff with all aspects of eLearning and has assisted in the development of numerous distance programmes.
From inclusive guidance to inclusive online teaching practice - A tool to help plan for student diversityBradburn, E. & Pearson, E., 1 Dec 2006, Proceedings - Sixth International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies, ICALT 2006. Vol. 2006. p. 540-541 2 p. 1652496
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