Find out more about our team of data and digital education experts. Our team is led by Professor Judy Robertson, Chair of Digital Learning and complemented by mix of academic colleagues, qualified teachers and STEM professionals. We aim to bring together education and technology expertise in education, industry and local government.
Professor Judy Robertson
Chair in Digital Learning, University of Edinburgh
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Based in Moray House School of Education and Sport and the School of Informatics, my work focuses on how technology can help to solve thorny real world problems.
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Angie is the Administrator for the Centre for Research in Digital Education based at Moray House School of Education and Sport.
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I look after the various communications channels of the Data Education in Schools project.
Digital Skills Consultantcr@igsteele.com
Craig Steele is an educator, published author and creative technologist, who helps people develop digital skills in a fun and creative environment.
Curriculum & Partnerships Manager (BGE)email@example.com
Jenni Doonan is responsible for developing curriculum resources in the Broad General Education phase. Part of her role includes building partnerships between the Data Education in Schools project, companies and organisations to ensure we bring real-world data-led learning into the classroom.
Director of Curriculum Development and Professional Learningkate.firstname.lastname@example.org
I am leading the development of a data science curriculum schools in Scotland, training teachers to use the resources we design and working with the SQA to develop a national Secondary school qualification in Data Science.
Non-Academic Programme DirectorJo.Spiller@ed.ac.uk
I am responsible for the operational and strategic development of the programme.
Schools Technology Advisortommy.email@example.com
A Digital Learning Specialist with over 30 years experience in schools, currently working between Education Authorities and the University of Edinburgh.