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Diana Laurillard

Professor of Learning with Digital Technology, UCL Knowledge Lab

Diana Laurillard is Professor of Learning with Digital Technologies, UCL Knowledge Lab. She was formerly Head of the e-Learning Strategy Unit at the Department for Education and Skills (2002-05) and Pro-Vice Chancellor for learning technologies at the Open University (1995-2002). She researches MOOCs for professional education in challenging contexts, learning design, and digital games for dyscalculia. Current projects include The Transformational Potential of MOOCs in the Centre for Global HE at UCL-IOE and the project on Future Education in the RELIEF Centre at UCL-IGP. Her book Teaching as a Design Science was recently published by Routledge. She has received the Lifetime Contribution Award from the E-Assessment Association and Honorary Life Membership of the Association for Learning Technology and Fondation Universitaire, Bruxelles.