Technology in Learning: Reshaping the Educational Landscape
- 08:30 - 16:30
- The Studio, Manchester
Jacqueline is the Deputy Director of the Disruptive Media Learning Lab at Coventry University. She leads a multi disciplinary team of staff and students experimenting in teaching and learning in a co-creation space. She also manages a multi-million pound portfolio of digital media projects in disruptive media learning, serious games, virtual worlds, augmented reality and related technologies. She has developed a wide range of education projects including health games for autism and dating violence, cultural projects with the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and BT. She led the Mandela27 Project with Robben Island Museum in South Africa and directed the Tempus SWING project with partners in Morocco, Egypt and Europe. She is currently directing the Lanchester Interactive Archive Heritage Lottery Project and leading on the MUSE project with partners in Argentina, Chile and Mexico.
Jacqueline began her career in digital media with BBC Television in London as a graphic artist, during the development of digital graphics, 3D and animation design. She ran her own Broadcast Media company and before joining the DMLL she was the Programmes Director of the Serious Games Institute at Coventry University. She specialises in disruptive media research and education innovation.