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Fiona Harvey

Education Southampton, GB
I am an Education Development Manager based in the Centre for Innovation in Technologies and Education (CITE) at the University of Southampton, UK. The unit is in the Faculty of Physical and Applied Sciences. I was a lecturer in IT at Highbury College for 5 years and joined the University in 2005. I work across the University assisting colleagues to enhance the student experience using technology and to work together, sharing good practice. I am also the chair of the Digital Literacies Special Interest Group and I am involved with a range of the new Curriculum Innovation modules.

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Education Development Manager
Qualifications:
  • MSc E-Learning (due to complete 2013)
  • BSc Applied Psychology
  • Member of the Association of Learning Technologists
Working for:
University of Southampton ( www.cite.soton.ac.uk )

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