Award: CeLP Date awarded: 2018
Subjects of expertiseAcademic Literacy (Reading and Writing), CeLP, Induction and Transition, Study Skills, Visual Literacy and Presentation Skills, Widening Participation
Kim has worked as a learning developer since 2006 at the University of Reading, and more recently in the Dept of Continuing Education at the University of Oxford. She has been a member of the LearnHigher CETL and the ALDinHE Steering Group. She has published on topics including student time management, online induction, motivation for Masters-level students, and issues with integrating professional services. Her main interests are in: supporting students returning to study; transitions at all levels; referencing and avoiding plagiarism; synchronous and asynchronous online learning and teaching; professional identity and development for learning developers.
How can I help Learning Developers?
Kim has acted as mentor for learning developers new to the profession, as well as those applying for teaching awards, HEA Fellowships and ALDinHE certification. She is keen to support learning developers in building their professional profile through applying for awards and grants, publishing and conference presentations. She is also happy to share her experience and expertise in all areas of learning development, especially regarding referencing and avoiding plagiarism, and students returning to study.