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Profiles

Mr Mark Lyndon

Learning Technologist Manager

Academic Support, Technology & Innovation (Technology & Information Services)

Role

I’m a Learning Technologist for Plymouth University and work within the Academic Support, Technology and Innovation. I am responsible for the design and development of e-learning materials from given subject resources to specified project outlines. Working as part of a central development team, I am tasked to find creative solutions for the use of technology in education across the University.


I continually research new and existing technologies, latest trends and best practices in the fields of web development, delivery of resources, interaction, usability and accessability to incorporate this into my work and the advice I deliver to collegues. I hosts an array of technical skills in the design and development of Web 2.0 technologies, graphic design (for screen and print) and multimedia skills (including video and audio), with advanced knowledge of the appropriate industry software. With a keen interest in design I also utilise my creative skills to produce websites and marketing material for events/conferences and work on self-promotion.

Qualifications

PostGraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PGCAP)
Plymouth University
2013

BSc(Hons) Digital Art & Technology

University of Plymouth
2007

Foundation Diploma in Art and Design
Plymouth College of Art & Design
2003

Professional membership

CMALT (Certified Member of the Association of Learning Technology)

Grants & contracts

Game Based Learning
Teaching Fellowship Award
2009/10
(Joint project with: Janice Gibbs)

Children with Special Needs
Teaching Fellowship Award
2008/09
(Joint project with: Caroline Leeson, Mark Pannell, Flea Palmer)

Research groups

  • e-Learning