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E-learning consultant, teacher, learning technologist
University of Warwick

Interests:
Space, pedagogy, technology and design.

Biography:
Robert O’Toole is a PGCE qualified Information and Communication Technology teacher, with 15 years of experience in learning technology and learning design. He has taught at all levels, and is currently the Arts Faculty E-learning Advisor at the University of Warwick. He teaches on several programmes, including the MA in International Design and Communications Management in the Centre for Cultural Policy Studies. He is also a successful software designer and developer. Robert presents his work to a local, national and international audience, and has strong links with the University of Oxford. He is the recipient of a Warwick Award for Teaching Excellence and the internationally prestigious Higher Education Academy National Teaching Fellowship. He has an MSc in Knowledge Based Systems, and attained a first class degree in Philosophy at Warwick. He is married to a teacher from Botswana, and often visits Southern Africa.

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  1. Workshop practice guides from the Open Space Learning in Real World Contexts Project
  2. Workshop Practice: Status Play, from the Open Space Learning Project
  3. Workshop Practice: Theory Building, from the Open Space Learning Project
  4. Workshop Practice: Dragons’ Den, from the Open Space Learning Project
  5. Workshop Practice: A Long Short Walk, from the Open Space Learning Project
  6. Workshop Practice: Writing Galleries, from the Open Space Learning Project
  7. Workshop Practice: The Commission, from the Open Space Learning Project
  8. Workshop Practice: Still Image or Tableau, from the Open Space Learning Project
  9. Workshop Practice: Thinking Aloud from the Open Space Learning Project
  10. Workshop Practice: Coffee and Papers from the Open Space Learning Project

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