Fellowships

CDE FELLOWS AND VISITING FELLOWS

A core aim of the Centre is to build and facilitate a university-wide community of practice to promote intercollegiate collaboration and knowledge sharing in the field of distance education, and to support the development of expertise in this field at college level.

  • The CDE Fellows and Visiting Fellows scheme is central to the development of this community.
  • CDE Fellows provide focal points for this activity within colleges and institutes
  • They are able to draw on the advisory and specialist services of the Centre, and to act as a conduit to these services for colleagues at both college and faculty levels
  • Working together, and with the Centre’s staff and specialist advisors, the CDE Fellows are the core development forum for the Centre, making proposals for strategy and policy to the advisory committee and working together to develop and deliver Centre services.

The CDE Fellows scheme is open to those within the University of London Colleges who have made a significant contribution through publication and practice to the research and pedagogy of distance education, and has recently been opened up to wider distance learning networks to include those involved with student support; learning technology; instructional design; and teaching and learning.

 

WHO ARE THE FELLOWS?

There are nine CDE Fellows from Colleges of the University of London, and eight CDE Visiting Fellows drawn from external institutions and the CDE’s consultancy network.

Fellows

Visiting Fellows

 

JOINING THE FELLOWS

If you are interested in joining the CDE as a Fellow or Visiting Fellow you can register your interest by emailing us at cde@london.ac.uk

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