Joanna joined INASP in March 2016, leading and supporting INASP staff and in-country partners in designing online learning experiences for a variety of audiences in developing countries. Joanna leads on technology-enhanced capacity development approaches across the organization and acts as a Curriculum and Online Learning Adviser for the Transforming Employability for Social Change in East Africa (TESCEA) project. Joanna has over 16 years' experience of leading and supporting design, delivery and evaluation of innovative and effective teaching and learning experiences online.
Prior to joining INASP, she was attached to the Educational Enhancement Team at the University of Oxford where she worked on a number of technology-enhanced learning projects with the focus on learner experience research and evaluation, learning design, and open education. She has worked on several ESRC-, JISC-, HEA- and EU-funded projects in the field of Technology Enhanced Learning, specializing in digital experience research and evaluation, digital learning design, Communities of Practice and Open Educational Resources.
Key skills and expertise:
- Project management
- Digital experience research and evaluation
- Digital learning design
- Faculty development
- Facilitation (f2f and online)
- Digital Technology in Capacity Development: Enabling Learning and Supporting Change
- Transforming learning by rethinking teaching
- How Joint Advisory Groups have supported educational transformation in the TESCEA project
- Why does it work? – INASP’s approach to online learning
- Using technology to develop teachers as designers of TEL: evaluating the Learning Designer
- A MOOC approach for training researchers in developing countries
- Bringing Learning Closer to the Workplace: An Online Course for Librarians in Developing Countries
- Wearable, Teachable and Learnable Internet of Things: THE MICRO BIT PROJECT
- Incoming expectations of the digital environment formed at school
- Leveraging passion for open practice
- CC BY: what does it mean for scholarly articles?
- Making academic OER easy: Reflections on technology and openness at Oxford University
- The impact of OER on teaching and learning in UK universities: implications for Learning Design