Christine Harrison

Learning Technologist

Academic Quality and Development

I am the E-Learning Facilitator at Staffordshire University Law School. In that role I help to manage many of the School’s current teaching and learning technology developments and have been closely involved in a number of recent Enquiring Minds-related initiatives, including co-presentation of a paper ‘Enquiring Minds & information literacy: infiltrating the curriculum and challenging the assessment agenda’ at the annual conference of the Association of Law Teachers at Clare College, Cambridge 31st March 2009; web and on-line support for the bi-annual ‘Work & Welfare’ conference Family Welfare & Migration in 2009; developed a ‘tool kit’ of technology-supported learning, teaching methods, and assessment for a blended learning version of the Legal Practice Course (including development of the use of Ning forums and technologies to facilitate student ‘communities of learning practice’); as well as implementation of experiential approaches to learning opportunities, e.g. online discussion and ‘discussion boards, collaboration on student law research projects and developing distance learning courses.

Academic qualifications

BA (Hons) Education, PG Cert Ed, Cert ED (FAHE)

Research interests

Communities of Practice

UK University

StudentCrowd University Awards 2022

for Job Prospects

StudentCrowd University Awards 2022

for Student Satisfaction

Complete University Guide 2022

for Social Inclusion

The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2023

for Course Content

StudentCrowd University Awards 2022

of Research Impact is ‘Outstanding’ or ‘Very Considerable’

Research Excellence Framework 2021