LTI Staff

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Peter Bryant

Peter Bryant

Head of Learning Technology and Innovation
020-7955-6008, p.j.bryant@lse.ac.uk

Peter is the Head of Learning Technology and Innovation at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He is responsible for leading and implementing the strategic direction of the School in terms of learning technology and innovation. His interests include the emergence of digital pedagogies, digital identity and the critical role of social media and connectivity.
Follow Peter on Twitter @peterbryanthe

Athina Chatzigavriil

Athina Chatzigavriil

Senior Learning Technologist
020-7852-3763, lti.support@lse.ac.uk

Athina is a learning technology specialist, who can advise you on both pedagogic and technical issues when putting your course online.

Chris Fryer

Chris Fryer

Systems Administrator
020-7955-6314, c.j.fryer@lse.ac.uk

Chris Fryer is LTI’s Systems Administrator. He is responsible for managing the servers that support Moodle, Mahara, Echo360, and LSE Blogs. He also works to integrate teaching and learning systems with line of business applications, magically enrolling students and teachers on their Moodle courses, and (somewhat less magically) integrating the Lecture Recording System with our timetable.

Geraldine Foley

Geraldine Foley

Assistant Learning Technologist
020-7107-5469, lti.support@lse.ac.uk

Geraldine joined LTI after working on the LSE interdisciplinary course LSE100. She is happy to advise on pedagogic and technical issues with the aim to empower teachers and students to use technology to enhance teaching, learning and assessment. She is especially interested in collaborative projects and those that involve students as producers of content, peer learning and students as agents as change.

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Sonja Grussendorf

Senior Learning Technologist
020-7849-4678, s.grussendorf@lse.ac.uk @authenticdasein
https://uk.linkedin.com/in/sonja-grussendorf/

Sonja is particularly interested in the use of social media for teaching, interactive classroom technologies, e.g. voting systems, digital identity and changing assessment practices (incl. academic integrity). Her approach to educational technologies is deliberately critical, and educationally led rather than kit-led: educational technologies must be fit for educational purpose; ideally technology should provoke change where necessary, i.e. where it aids to progress & improve teaching practice.

Sarah Leach

Sarah Leach

Senior Learning Technologist
020-7955-7001 lti.support@lse.ac.uk

Sarah Leach is a Learning Technologist with specialist audio/video production skills. Sarah provides pedagogic and technical advice to staff wishing to use audio/video in their teaching. She helps source existing quality resources, provides training to support DIY audio/video, and encourages bespoke content development by offering a full end-to-end production service.

Darren Moon

Darren Moon

Senior Learning Technologist
020-7955-6219, lti.support@lse.ac.uk

Working closely with colleagues to develop pedagogically sound use of technologies and improve student learning outcomes, Darren’s interests are in filmmaking and visual methods for teaching and assessment, online and blended approaches and open social learning.

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Sarah Ney

Assistant Learning Technologist
020-7955-7138 lti.support@lse.ac.uk

Sarah is interested in the use of technology to enhance the learning – and teaching experience by providing more flexible, engaging and collaborative lessons, that are learner rather than teacher-centred.  She also has a keen interest in open online courses as she has used many herself as a student.

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Milan Popovcic

Assistant Learning Technologist (Systems)
020-7106-1308, lti.support@lse.ac.uk

Milan Popovcic is an Assistant Learning Technologist (Systems). He administers several school systems, one of those being Moodle. Alongside this he is responsible for dealing with technical support.

Kris Roger

Kris Roger

Senior Learning Technologist
020-7955-7833, lti.support@lse.ac.uk, @KrisEdTech

Kris has a wide range of interests and expertise including use of technology for flipped learning such as screencasts and lecture recording; innovation in learning spaces design for more active forms of learning; educational use of digital media and effective and active use of the VLE.

Jane Secker

Jane Secker

Copyright and Digital Literacy Advisor
020-7955-6530, j.secker@lse.ac.uk

Jane Secker is the LSE’s copyright and digital literacy advisor providing training and support to staff and students on copyright issues when using technology in their teaching and digital resources. She coordinates the Digital Literacy Programme which is a termly series of workshops for staff and PhD students to support their teaching and research. She organises the seminar series NetworkED which brings in leaders in the field of education and technology to LSE.

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Emma Wilson

Research Intern
e.wilson@lse.ac.uk
Emma Wilson is LTI’s Graduate Intern for Research and Evaluation. She is currently working with colleagues to evaluate the six new learning spaces in Clement House. In the Lent Term, Emma will work on a project that aims to capture the student perspective on incorporating technology into the learning and teaching experience.

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