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Mr David Barrowcliff

Mr David Barrowcliff
david.barrowcliff@uk.mbprecis.com

 

David Barrowcliff (Learning Sites: networked resources and the learning community) is now working at the media research and analysis company Milward Brown Precis.  Previously he was at  Delahaye Medialink. He graduated from Loughborough University in 1996 with 1st class honours in Psychology. He gained employment on a project funded by the Leverhulme Trust investigating the psychology of dietary behaviour and change. In the beginning of 1997 David gained employment to develop innovative teaching aids at Loughborough University under the direction of Dr Charles Crook (see http://devpsy.lboro.ac.uk/psygroup/video). It was during this time that his interest in the socio-cultural aspects of computer mediated communication developed. Through natural progression he gained employment on the Virtual Society? programme Learning Sites investigating how networked technologies are re-configuring teaching and learning within higher education.


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