The legacy of lockdown: the lasting impact of the shift to online teaching

In this podcast we chat with Ellie Dommett about the shift to teaching online through lockdown and the lasting impact this will have on teaching and learning in higher education.

Our Guest

Ellie Dommett is a Reader in Neuroscience at King’s College London and the deputy director of their highly successful BSc Psychology degree. After completing a PhD at Sheffield University and a post-doctoral role at Oxford University, she started her academic career at the Open University where she developed a passion for high quality online and distance education as well as evidence-based teaching.

She joined King’s in 2015 as a Senior Lecturer where she actively researches both within neuroscience and education. Her education research interests focus on student and staff experiences of digital education, with a focus on digital skills and neurodiversity. In her spare time she enjoys running long distances, her camper van and looking after a retired greyhound called Pearl.

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