#LTHEchat No 22 with Dr Luigina Ciolfi @luiciolfi Research Informed Teaching

Dear colleagues,

This Wednesday, Dr Luigina Ciolfi @luiciolfi will be with us for the next #LTHEchat to discuss research informed teaching in higher education

Dr Luigina Ciolfi

Dr Luigina Ciolfi

Dr Luigina Ciolfi is a a Reader in Communication in the Communication and Computing Research Centre, Sheffield Hallam University. She holds a Laurea (Univ. of Siena, Italy) and a PhD (Univ. of Limerick, Ireland) in Human-Computer Interaction, and has taught and researched for over 15 years the design and evaluation of interactive technologies for human use and enjoyment, with particular focus on situated interaction, collaboration and participation in design. Lui is currently teaching Information Systems subject group students at SHU on the social and organisational aspects of technology design and use. She has supervised and mentored numerous students in their research projects, including PhDs and Masters’ degrees by research. Lui has worked on several national and international research projects on topics such as heritage technologies, interaction in public spaces and mobile and nomadic work, and is the author of over 60 peer-reviewed publications in international conferences and journals.

The Storify is available here: https://storify.com/LTHEchat/lthechat-22-learning-and-teaching-in-higher-ed-cha

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If you participated/are participating in any way in the #LTHEchat, please complete our short survey and let us know if you have other suggestions on how we could make the #LTHEchat more valuable for you. Thank you.

See you Wednesday, same time, same place 😉 – 8-9PM GMT #LTHEchat

The LTHEchat team

About Sue Beckingham

A National Teaching Fellow, Educational Developer and Principal Lecturer in Computing with a research interest in the use of social media in higher education.
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