Based on extensive research, practice and piloting, I developed the CAP Principles of digital learning design and evaluation specifically to help practitioners develop good practice in blended learning. The problem with BL is that it's never been properly defined. The CAP Principles are an attempt to address this gap and provide a practical methodology.
The CAP Principles are also a really useful framework for designing discovery and usability research programmes, and for benchmarking their findings. Consistent with W3C Accessibility Guidelines and with GDS.
In the last 4 years, I've led research projects investigating the apprentice user experience (transition to FT employment, and impact of C-19/lockdown); designed new content for a leading adult skills assessment platform, researched how adult ESOL learners and practitioners currently use EdTech and their challenges, and developed and piloted an innovative custom-designed adult pedagogy for a particular category of learner as a part of a transnational project team. As well as leading to design improvement, my work has led to change in government policy at the system level with improvements to learners' experience. I've written and published around 30 books, research papers and blog articles, and webinars. And I'm always ready to learn more!
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International Centre for Guidance Studies, Learning & Work Institute, National Foundation for Educational Research, member of the User Experience Professionals' Association (UK), and the eLearning Network