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National Teaching Fellow 2004
National Teaching Fellow 2003
'National Teaching Fellow 2003'
National Teaching Fellow 2002
Institution at the time of award: Nottingham Trent University
Bob Rotheram is Reader in Assessment, Learning and Teaching in the office of the Provost at Leeds Metropolitan University. These days his main interests are in the uses of information and communication technology (ICT) in higher education, especially in using ICT to enhance assessment. In 2008-9 he is leading the JISC-funded project 'Sounds Good: quicker, better assessment using audio feedback' (www.soundsgood.org.uk) which was shortlisted for a Times Higher Education Award.
'National Teaching Fellow 2002'
Institution at the time of award: University of Brimingham
Matt Cornock has worked as the web and virtual learning environment (VLE) co-ordinator in Social Policy and Social Work at the University of York since 2009. As a learning technologist Matt has applied expertise in the role technology can play in education, improving the quality of blended learning by supporting the professional development of staff. As one colleague comments: