Debbie Holley is a Reader in the Department of Education at Anglia Ruskin University. Debbie uses a range of innovative technologies to engage her students both inside and outside the classroom. She is currently on sabbatical working with EU LearningLayers Project team, (www.learninglayers.eu) as a Visiting Research Fellow at the University of West of England (UWE). See her BLOG ‘Hashtags, Handhelds & Handbags’ for updates.
Debbie has recently completed an ESCalate funded mobile learning project, which supporting trainee teachers on their school placements.The final report is available here: www.ESCalate.ac.uk/8140.
As part the Reusable Learning Object Centre of Excellence for Teaching and Learning team, a five year HEFCE funded initiative, Debbie worked to develop a range of study skills artefacts, which are free to (re)use for educational purposes and can be accessed online at www.rlo-cetl.ac.uk.
Her research interests include second life, where she is evaluating a ‘mixed reality’ 2D/3D warehouse, http://ciltglobal.org/sl/, for use by students interested in logistics, web 2.0 technologies and the creative curriculum initiative. Debbie is interested in digital literacies for students, and is part of the JISC funded Anytime Learning Literacies Environment (ALLE) team. See her portfolio for further links and information on her project work.
You can follow Debbie on twitter at @debbieholley1.