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Yours, Dr. Anthony ‘Skip’ Basiel


Curriculum Vitae: Dr. Anthony ‘Skip’ Basiel

Contact: (e) abasiel@gmail.com  UK Mobile: [+44] (0)77719987 99
Skype: Anthony Basiel Connect: http://eseminars.adobeconnect.com/dranthonyskipbasiel
WhatsApp: DrAnthonySkipBasiel 40 The Hook, New Barnet, London, Herts EN5 1LQ
Full CV at: https://abasiel.wordpress.com/cv-2016/

Short biography
My knowledge and capability in learning and development has grown from an innovative blend of higher education and industry through work based learning. I have leadership, project and talent management skills developed through clear communication and professional collaboration. I am an eLearning research and development thought-leader with twenty years of experience in UK Higher Education. As a Sr. Postgraduate Programme Leader, eLearning Consultant, UK/EC Project Manager & bid writer I worked at a strategic level to lead change management actions that saved time and money for the organisation.

Education:
Doctorate: ‘
Learning Technology Design’  (2007), Middlesex University -London, England
MSc/MPhil. Computing Science: ‘Interactive Computing Systems’ (2000), Middlesex University, Project placement: Natural History Museum, London – England
BSc Education, Minor: English (1978): Central Connecticut State University, USA
Certified Teacher & ESOL (USA)

Career History:
Sr. Lecturer: University of London, MBA Programme / Amity University, London
(Jan. ’17 – present) Lecturer, Dissertation Supervisor, Assessment Examiner
eLearning/Curriculum Consultant (Jan ’17): Fire Tech Camp-UK
Principal Lecturer, Greenwich School of Management – London (12/15 – 11/16)
– UG/PG Programme Leader Work Based Learning
Action Project Manager across all GSM programmes http://www.gsm.org.uk/
PhD Supervisor –
Supporting Postgraduate researchers via http://www.phdtutors.co.uk
Chevening – Dec. ’15
Academic Scholarship Assessor http://www.chevening.org/
Amity University [In] London, 11&12/2015 –
Sr. Lecturer: Commercial Research & Research Programme Consultant http://www.amitylondon.org.uk/
Hult International Business School (April 2014)
http://www.hult.edu/en/campuses/london/about-london Associate Dean for the Master’s Degree Programme, London Campus. I work with the Academic Team & Faculty to support the curriculum process and provide students with academic and pastoral support. I introduced new workshops in Photoshop and Augmented Reality.
External Examiner – Oxford University: PhD Thesis (2015),
Victoria University -Australia, University of Jamaica , University of Reading, Roehampton & Westminster, Open University – UK,  Glyndwr University – Wales, University of Chester – MA Ed. validation
Newham College University Centre (06/13 -4/14) Head of Academic Operations
http://www.nucs.co.uk/ I managed 30 academic and admin staff for +600 undergraduate students. I introduced a pre-foundation course and Masters in Psychology.
Skills for Health (7/12 – 06/13) Instructional Designer for NHS CPD training & TUPE Representative http://www.skillsforhealth.org.uk/e-learning/ Consultant: Online professional social NHS network
King’s College London (12/11 – 4/12)
Instructional Designer, Consultant on museum digitization
Sr. Postgraduate Programme Leader/Project Manager/eLearning Consultant (5/04 – 9/11) Middlesex University, London. I worked at a strategic level to move the Centre for Excellence in Teaching & Learning from a paper-based correspondence model to innovative use of eLearning systems.  Assessment Boards were done via web video telecommunication saving time and expenses.

Achievements:
HEFCE Grants:

Contributed to bids CETL (£3M/5years), Organisational Learning (£10M/3years).
National Awards: eLearning innovation with web video training and webinars
Change Management & Leadership: Moved the CETL from paper to eLearning systems
Curriculum Innovation: Introduced blended learning seminars for MA Education Leadership
Consultancy: Business Simulations Facilitator for OSOSIM, Cambridge in a Saudi Arabia Project – 4/16

Dr. Anthony ‘Skip’ Basiel

Curriculum Vitae

40 The Hook
New Barnet, London, Herts

EN5 1LQ
Mobile: [00-44] (0)77719987 99
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Personal Data:
Citizenship: British, American
Certified Teacher (USA), ESOL
Own car – driver’s license
abasiel@gmail.com  http://uk.linkedin.com/in/basiel
https://abasiel.wordpress.com
http://twitter.com/abasiel
http://eseminars.adobeconnect.com/

Biography:
My knowledge and capability in learning and development has grown from an innovative blend of higher education and industry through work based learning. I have leadership, project and talent management skills developed through clear communication and professional collaboration.

I am an eLearning research and development thought-leader with twenty years of experience in UK Higher Education. As a Sr. Postgraduate Programme Leader, eLearning Consultant, UK/EC Project Manager & bid writer I worked at a strategic level to lead change management actions that saved time and money for the organisation.

Formerly as Associate Dean for the Postgraduate Programme at Hult International Business School in London I work with students, our Academic Team and Faculty to provide innovative curriculum such as Business computer simulations and Action Projects with clients.

I was Head of Academic Operations at Newham University Centre, London – UK where I was responsible for over 600 students and 30 Staff/Faculty involved in Foundation, Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes in Psychology, Counselling, Business and Combined Studies.

As an Adobe International Education Leader I have instructional design & learning technology expertise in graphic and web design. I have over a decade of research and publishing success.

My Full CV is at: https://abasiel.wordpress.com/cv-2016/ and you can see my video CV at: https://eseminars.adobeconnect.com/_a827192574/p60ak66b0pk/?launcher=false&fcsContent=true&pbMode=normal (Flash format) or on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Tt4L4gbfZ0&feature=youtu.be

Achievements include:
HEFCE Grants:

Contributed to bids: CETL (£3M/5years), Organisational Learning (£10M/3years)
National Awards: eLearning innovation with web video training and webinars
Change Management & Leadership: Moved the CETL from paper to eLearning systems
Curriculum Innovation: Introduced blended learning seminars for MA Leadership
Consultancy: Business Simulations Facilitator for OSOSIM, Cambridge in a Saudi Arabia Project – 4/16

Career history

Sr. Lecturer: University of London, MBA Programme / Amity University, London
(Jan. ’17 – present) Lecturer, Dissertation Supervisor, Assessment Examiner
eLearning/Curriculum Consultant (Jan ’17): Fire Tech Camp-UK

Principal Lecturer, Greenwich School of Management – London,  Dec ’15 – Nov. ’16
Action Project Manager across all GSM programmes http://www.gsm.org.uk/

PhD Supervisor – Supporting Postgraduate researchers via http://www.phdtutors.co.uk

Chevening – Dec. ’15
Academic Scholarship Assessor http://www.chevening.org/

Amity University [In] London, 11&12/2015 –
Sr. Lecturer: Commercial Research & Research Programme Consultant http://www.amitylondon.org.uk/

Hult International Business School (6/4/14 – 9/15)
I am Associate Dean for the Postgraduate Programme (MIB) at the London Campus located at London Hult House Campus. I work with the Academic Team to support the curriculum process and provide the students with academic advice as needed. We have students from our campuses in America, Europe and Asia.

External Examiner – Oxford University: PhD Thesis (2015),
Victoria University -Australia, University of Jamaica, University of Westminster, Open University – UK,  Glyndwr University – Wales, University of Chester – MA Ed. validation

Newham College University Centre (26/06/13 – 4/4/14)
Head of Academic Programmes http://www.nucs.co.uk/
I manage more than 30 members of staff for our Foundation, Undergraduate and Postgraduate degrees  in Counselling, Psychology, Business and Combined studies. I am responsible for over 600 students on all levels of operation including marketing, enrollment, academic and assessment processes to alumni activity.

Howarth Associates, London – UK (01/09 – 01/12 2009)
eLearning Consultant, Instructional Designer & Project Manager
Managed new media, webcast and web video projects. Research & Development bid writing, develop eLearning resources.

Skills for Health (20/7/12 – 01/06/13)
Instructional Designer for NHS – CPD resources
TUPE Representative http://www.skillsforhealth.org.uk/e-learning/
King’s College London (12/11 – 4/12)
Instructional Designer: Florence Nightingale School of Nursing & Midwifery James Clerk
Middlesex University (5/04 – 9/11)
Senior Postgraduate Programme Leader and Learning Development Tutor:
Academic support to students, consult the Centre for Excellence in Teaching & Learning in eLearning strategy and change management, Chair the Staff  Development training, write research grants and research publications. Project Manager several eLearning projects.

eLearning Consultant (2008)
Natural History Museum & Wine and Spirits Education Trust eLearning Consultant

NITT Limited, New Delhi – India http://vendome.nitt.com/ (2/06&07)
eLearning Content Reviewer (Subject Matter Expert): Qualitative Research Techniques, New Media Undergraduate Course

AQA ICT Unit 5 Examiner (June 2004)
AS-2 Level ICT external examiner.

Research Fellow (5/00 – 4/04)

International Centre for Learner Managed Learning (ICLML) and the National Centre for Work Based Learning Partnership (NCWBLP) – School of Lifelong Learning & Education, Middlesex University – London, England, Higher Education Capability (HEC) and Centre for Higher Education (CHER) – Middlesex University, Middlesex University Business School (MUBS) – Research Consultant, ILRS (Library Services) Web consultant, Middlesex University Summer School – Lecturer

Barnet College: Weekend College (2002 – 2005)
Lecturer in web design for teachers and small businesses, e-learning consultant

School of Computing Science Global Campus Project –Middlesex University (1999-2000)
Author, reviewer of web-based distance learning materials. Online student help support.

Summer School Programme, Middlesex University (2001 – 2005)
Lecturer for Business Information Systems, Web Design for Teachers & Small Businesses

ICT Tutor (Torrington Tutors) (2002)
A/AS Level to GCSE –Torrington Tutoring Agency, London -England

Online tutor -University of London, Institute of Education (11/00 – 5/01)
Online Education and Training (OET) Moderator for international students

Middlesex University (3/99- 5/00)
Student Support System Coordinator, Global Campus Project: School of Computing Science
Online help provider &  MSc. Project Supervisor

London Metropolitan University (10/99 – 5/00)
Part-time lecturer in IT for Humanities

Middlesex University (2/95 – 06/01)
Computing Science Lecturer: ICT, HCI, Educational Technology, E-Commerce and Multimedia

Embassy Study Tours Summer English Language Camp (6&7/95-99)
T.F.L. / E.S.O.L. Head-Teacher & IT Director at several locations across the UK

Education:


Doctorate
(DProf.), Topic: “Pedagogical designs for virtual learning environments”– 2007,Middlesex University -London, England

MPhil. Computing Science, Topic: “Applied Formative Evaluation in the Web-Based Environment” – Middlesex University – London, England – graduated 2000

MSc.-Interactive Computer Systems, Middlesex University- London, England – graduated – January 1996 – Project placement work: Natural History Museum, London – England

MSc.-Educational Technology, Central Connecticut State University, USA- 9 credits 1993-94

BSc Education, Minor in English – TFL – ESOL Certified, Central Connecticut State University, USA- graduated in 1978

Computer Experience:
Programming Languages:
Pascal, C, C++, SPHIGS, Prolog, HTML, Java, JavaScript and Visual Basic, Lingo
Multimedia Authoring Tools:
Director, Visual Basic, Toolbook, Guide, Delphi, Authorware, FrontPage and Dreamweaver, Breeze/Connect Presenter, Captivate, Adobe CS4
Web-based Learning Environments:
Moodle, Adobe Connect, WebCT, Blackboard, FirstClass, Lotus Notes, Breeze, DELBERT Tutorial System
Professional Social Network Systems:
Emerald InTouch, JISC Circle, Janet Collaborate, LinkedIn, Linking London
Software:
PC and MAC applications for: word processing, spreadsheets, graphics, sound, video, multimedia and HTML editing
Hardware:
PC, MAC, Sun Workstations, LAN, scanners, printers, ISDN & desktop video conferencing
Operating Systems:
DOS, Windows 3.1 to current systems, Mac OS, UNIX

Training, and seminars
Microsoft Excel – intermediate level course, 2002
WebCT – administration, content development, online tests/quizzes, 2003
LEA Governors – induction training, 2003
ALT-DfES: E-strategy meeting, 2003
DEMOS: E-learning objects seminar, 2003
AQA ICT AS-2 Level examiner training 2004
Reflective Professional Development Project – 2005
ELGG Social Network Server – Emerald Publishing 2007
Adobe Summer Institute – San Francisco, Ca. 2008, 2010

Certifications, Awards and Membership:
Certified Online Tutor – Laurete Online Education 2015
Adobe Certified Associate – Web Communication (Level 3 & 4) – 2010
Adobe video case study for excellence in Acrobat forms – Offline Learning Resource Project
Adobe video case study for excellence in WVC 2007:
http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/showcase/index.cfm?event=casestudydetail&casestudyid=336181&loc=en_us
http://www.elearning.mdx.ac.uk/research/AdobeConnect_Middlesex_h264_1minEdit_CUT02.mov
e-Learning Age / e-Learning Network Project Awards 2005 – eTutor Special Mention Award
www.elearningage.co.uk/goawards/
Adobe/Macromedia Education Leader 2005
Association for Learning Technology (ALT) Events Committee Member – 2005
Qualified AQA ICT AS-2 Level examiner
British Council – IUG eLearning Workshop – awarded 10 credits at level 3 in NCWBLP Accreditation Board
Higher Education Academy eTutor of the Year Award – 2004
LEA School Governor – Trent C of E School, Barnet – London, England
Online Tutor – University for Industry (UfI) Learndirect
E.S.O.L. Teaching Certificate, Florida- USA
UK police clearance for teaching
Human Computer Interaction (HCI) Usability Group, UK
Licensed Massage Therapist, Florida- USA
Licensed Men’s and Women’s Gymnastics Coach, London- UK
Certified Men’s Gymnastics Judge – International Rating
Certified Lifeguard and Swim Instructor – Red Cross, YMCA
Certified First Aid and CPR – Red Cross
Certified Advanced Open Water Scuba Diver – N.A.U.I. ,P.A.D.I.
Hang Gliding – Level 1 Rating- New Hampshire, USA
Institute of Electronic Engineers (IEE) – student member,
London Virtual Reality London Group – academic member – England
Middlesex Research Society [MRS] – Founding member and PR officer.
National Teaching Fellowship – applied for Middlesex University 2010

Publications:


http://en.scientificcommons.org/anthony_basiel
http://eprints.mdx.ac.uk/view/creators/Basiel=3AAnthony=3A=3A.html
1996:
1.”Development of Educational Technology and Distance Learning at Middlesex University, London
The INT1000 Interactive Multimedia Tutorial”, AISB Conference- Postgraduate Workshop, Brighton – UK, 1 April 1996
2.” Video Communication for Distance Learning” MUCORT’96 Conference, Middlesex University, London -UK,17 December 1996

1997:
1.”Evaluation Methodologies for Web-based Distance Learning Material”, NAU/web’97, Flagstaff, AZ – USA, 12-15 June 1997
2.”An Investigation in Evaluating Web-based Tutorials”, ED-MEDIA/ED-TELECOM’97,Calgary -Canada, 14-19 June 1997

1998:
1.”Web Based Learning and the SOFA Principle”, Computing Science and Telecommunication in the Millennium Conference, Middlesex University, London – UK, 1 April 1998
2.”Web-Constructivism using JavaScript”, HCT Conference – University of Sussex, UK 2-10-98

1999
1.”Web-Constructivism using JavaScript”, ED-MEDIA Conference – Seattle, Washington – USA 19-24 June 1999 Full paper and poster/demonstration  2.”Reciprocal support in an argument driven web-based learning environment” – Using Educational Dialogues to Design Technology Based Learning – Workshop: University of North London Monday 13 September 1999
3.”Push & Pull technologies using a WIDE approach-Web-based Instructional Designed Environment”, HCT Conference – University of Sussex, Brighton – UK 1-10-99
4.”Web-based Education for the British Gymnastics Association”, Men’s Technical Committee – Men’s Judges Publication, UK – September 1999

2000
1.”Virtual Project Environments for Research (ViPER)”, International Centre for Learner Managed Learning Conference – Middlesex University, London – England, London – Feb. 2000
2.”Web-based learning environments: the Transitional Autonomy Model (TAM)”, HCT Conference -University of Sussex, Brighton -UK6-10-00

2001
1. “Super STELLA: Online Mentoring – Research Project Report” ESF funded e-learning project.
2. “Super STELLA: Online Mentoring – Research Project” – Online EDUCA Berlin

2002
1. “Virtual Project Environment for Research (ViPER)”
Networked Learning Conference ’02 – Sheffield, UK
2. “Meeting the needs of the online researcher: an investigation in virtual autonomy”, HCT Conference -University of Sussex, Brighton –UK Sept. 2002

  1. “The PROS (Promoting Researchers Online Supervision) Project”
    ESCalate Conference, London – Sept. 02 http://www.escalate.ac.uk/diary/reports.php3
    4. “Developing a Virtual Project Environment for Research to aid Doctoral Level Professional Studies: ‘The Transitional Autonomy Model’ (TAM)” – Uace Work Based Learning Network Annual Conference: Knowledge, Work and Learning, Wales – Nov. 2002
  2. Work Based Learning Support: A shift to a web based model using the VLE Denouement toolkit ALT-C’03 conference, Sheffield–UK, Sept. 03 (accepted)

2003
1. “University Supported Online Learning for SMEs” ESF funded report http://www.superiorstella.org.uk

  1. “Work Based Learning Support: A shift to a web based model” – Uace Work Based Learning Network Annual Conference: Knowledge, Work and Learning, Cyprus– Nov. 2003
  2. “Innovating profiling as a research technique to promote autonomous work based learning” – Uace Work Based Learning Network Annual Conference: Knowledge, Work and Learning, Cyprus– Nov. 2003
  3. “Forming a common e-learning language through Global Rich Pictures (GRIP)”
    http://www.bdp.it/content/index.php?action=read&id=346Indire, E-learning Web-magazine
    (may be translated from http://babelfish.altavista.com/

2004
1. “British Council – IUG Project Report” – Summary report published by the British Council of the Gaza eLearning Workshop

  1. “British Council – IUG Project Report” – Summary report published in the Online EDUCA, Berlin Conference Proceedings
    2005
    1. “Finding and Maintaining Common Ground Between Gaza and the UK: A framework for dialogue led e-learning”,
    Computers and Learning Conference, Bristol – UK
    2. “International Delegates Visit London for British Council eLearning and eTraining Event” – article for e-learning age magazine
    Feb-March 2005 issue
  2. “Innovations in Non-written Forms of Work Based Learning Assessment”, UALL – WBL Conference, Scotland
  3. “The British Council – IUG eLearning Workshop” – ALT News
    5. “An eLearning Framework for the British Council and Islamic University Gaza” – ALT-J (pending)
  4. JISC Book Review – invited critical review of ‘Action Research’ – www.jisc.ac.uk
  5. ‘A methodology and toolkit to mediate understanding between the stakeholders of a virtual learning environment:
    the VLE Denouement Profile’ – London Knowledge Lab Conference. (Journal publication pending)

2006
1. ‘Blending Formal and Informal Learning within an International Learning Network’, with John Cook, et al. – Networked Learning Conference ’06 -UK

2.’Introduction to eBusiness applications’ co-authored with Aboubakr Abdel Moteleb ISBN: 1 904750 26 5, MU Press Limited 2005

  1. ‘”How can ICT promote the teaching, learning and use of Research Methods in a Work Based Learning context?” http://www.elearning.mdx.ac.uk/research/index.htm#Symposium

2007
1. ‘Investigating the illusion of ‘real-time’ eLearning events’ Blended Learning Conference, U of Herts.06/07

  1. ‘Real-time eLearning events: a new ‘blended approach’, eLearning Conference –U.ofGreenwich06/07 (delayed to ’08)
  2. ‘A European Perspective of Work Based Learning: Lessons from a CEDEFOP Study Visit’, UALL Work Based Learning Conference – MU, July ‘07
    4. ‘Micro Learning – Didactics of Microlearning: Concepts, Discourses and examples’,
    Chapter 5- Waxman ISBN: 978-3-8309-1869-1
    5. LATTIS Book Review of ‘Rethinking Pedagogy for a Digital Age – Designing and delivering e-learning’ ISBN: 9780415408745
    6. Exploring a Professional Social Network System to Support Learning in the Workplace, IGI Publishers 2009, DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60566-272-5.ch001

2008
1. ‘The media literacy spectrum: shifting pedagogic design’ – ED MEDIA Conference submission
http://www.elearning.mdx.ac.uk/research/_%2708serverFILES/ED-MEDIA%2708/EDmedia08BasielUK.htm

  1. ‘Individual learning agreements in work based learning: an offline eLearning solution’ – book chapter
  2. ‘Exploring a professional social network system to support learning in the workplace’ book chapter
  3. 7thEuropean eLearning Conference – Cyprus: ‘Exploring a professional social network environment for learning and development’
    5. ‘Digital Video Seminars for work based learning’ and ‘Web video conferencing to promote work based learning’ – eCollaboative knowledge book chapter, pending
    6. ICDE Open University – Netherlands conference http://www.ou.nl/eCache/DEF/80/137.htmlhttp://www.elearning.mdx.ac.uk/research/#abstracts
    2009
    1. Linking London – Writing Bursary, ‘Work Based Learning Models’
    http://docs.google.com/View?docid=dg9mr8hf_160j9br6sc2&pageview=1&hgd=1&hl=en
  4. ‘Web Video Conferencing and the eTutor’ – proposed book chapter, pending
  5. Open University – Netherlands Conference, ‘ePedagogy and Learning Models’ and ‘eProgramme Plan as a PDF form’
    4. Portugal Conference – ‘Work Based Leaning Webcast and the Rapid ePublishing Model’
  6. Learning Technology Magazine, Argentina – ‘Trends and Technical Innovations in Learning’
  7. LATHE, online journal – Case study (tbc): ‘Work based learning interactive webcasts and the professional social network model’
    http://www.elearning.mdx.ac.uk/research/LATHEjournal/CaseStudy-BasielHowarth-v2.htm

2010
1. Models of webcasts and webinars: towards Interactive New-media Webcasts (INWeb) www.elearning.mdx.ac.uk/research/#2010
2. Becta publication with Towards Maturity – http://feandskills.becta.org.uk/download.cfm?resID=41788
3. Educational technology journal – Vol L no. 3 May-June 2010 British Council,
Work-Based Learning Research Centre and Islamic, University Gaza E-Learning Workshop: Five Years On

2011
1. Models of webcasts and webinars: Towards Interactive New-media Webcasts – Middlesex University Journal for Educational Technology
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1bGp5FiovmY8sq0ZBEsD8QTf2iTTz5nWft7disDTyh4w/edit?hl=en_US

 2012
1) ‘eLearning Assessment for English Language Teaching’ – co-authoring a book chapter for the British Council
http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/sites/teacheng/files/C607%20Information%20and%20Communication_WEB%20ONLY_FINAL.pdf

3)Using the Phoebe Pedagogic Planner to Enhance Student Learning and Engagement in Undergraduate Psychology Courses
Mark J. Hager, Menlo College, Anthony ‘Skip’ Basiel, Kings College, Michael Howarth, University College London
Tarek Zoubir, Middlesex University, Emerald Publishing, UK 2012

2013
Teaching and Learning Online – Volume 2, Routledge Press  http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415528573/

2017
Book Chapter with Amity University: ‘Active Learning Through a ‘Meta-Film’ Approach’
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B5KEPSFKjo5OM09IdzJKZ3R0Vzg 

Invited Presentations and Consultancy:


1996
1.Open University, UK – Institute of Educational Technology
2.Middlesex University, London – School of Computing Science Away Days and Research Seminars (1996-99)
1997
1.Centre for Learning Development – Middlesex University, London
1998
1.University of Hertfordshire – School of Psychology – Herts, England
1999
1.C.C.S.U. – Connecticut, USA – Computing Science Department
2.Lahti Polytechnic, Finland – Computing Science Department- Keynote speaker for an International E-learning Conference
3.University of Hertfordshire – School of Psychology – Herts, England
4.V&A Museum – London England
5.Gymnastics Judging Symposium – British Gymnastics Association – Liverpool, England
2000
1.C@MDX’2000 – Middlesex University, London – England. Live videoconference with Lahti Polytechnic, Finland – Computing Science Department
2.International Centre for Learner Managed Learning (ICLML) Expert Seminar for Online Pedagogy – Middlesex University, London – England. 7 & 8 September 2000
3.Certificate in Online Education and Training – University of London, Institute of Education – London, England
4.University of Hertfordshire – School of Psychology – Herts, England
2001
1.National Extension College (NEC) Annual Conference, Cambridge – England
2. “Super STELLA: Online Mentoring – Research Project” – Online EDUCA Berlin
2002
ALERT Research Group – School of Computing Science, Middlesex University – London, England
ICT Strategies: UK Broad-band and e-content, 5 Dec. – London
2003
1. University College London, Feb. – “VLE Denouement Toolkit’ Presentation on PhD research.
2. British Council, London – Feb. “CEDEFOP Programme” Invited to discuss http://www.iclml.mdx.ac.uk/CEDEFOP/CEDEFOP/
3. Middlesex University Guest Lecture: “E-management” – MUBS, Feb. & Sept.  03
4. Middlesex University Business School: WebCT Day – E-pedagogy presentation, May 03
5. Centre for Learning Development: Middlesex University, Cat Hill Campus Teaching and Learning Strategy Away Day – July 03, LLE and Work Based Learning E-learning Strategy
6. * University of Florence, Italy – Keynote speaker for International conference on E-learning, 6 October http://www.bdp.it/content/index.php?action=read&id=346
7. Barnet College, London: E-learning Inset Day Workshop – 19 Dec. 03 2004
1. ALT – Accreditation of Learning Technologists Project – invited to sit on the consultation
2. Invited to do E-learning workshop for the Ministry of Education, Singapore – by http://www.ibridge.com.sg , May 2004
3. ALT-C Conference: Higher Education Academy eTutor of the Year Award – 2004 (& Times newspaper)
4. Invited to provide BC-IUG Project as a case study to Dr. Cook at London Met. University for a JISC research project
5. ‘Macromedia Breeze Web Video Conferencing’ – presentation for Dublin City University, Ireland
6. Host: CEDEFOP Visit for British Council – presentations on eLearning in a WBL context
7. “British Council – IUG Project Report” – Online EDUCA, Berlin Conference, invited by the British Council
2005:
1. Association for Learning Technology (ALT) Educational Web Video Conferencing Workshop host
2. Southampton University: Invited research seminar on Web Video Conferencing (done in Breeze)
3. Wales Schools Consortium: research seminar on Web Video Conferencing (done in Breeze)
4. NETTLE eLearning Observatory Project: Invited partner in SOCRATES EC funded project
5. Institute of Leadership and Management: George Edwards – eLearning consultancy
6. Lloyds Maritime Academy: Matt Gilbert – eLearning consultancy
7. BECTA Project – University of London, Knowledge Lab: Invited as an eLearning Consultant on 16+ online learning
8. Middlesex University: CLD eLearning conference – report on the Educational Web-based Video Conference Project
9. University of Arts – London, Educational Web Video Conference Consultancy
10. University of London – Seminar for the Distance Learning Centre: ‘Support for the eLearner via Web Video Conferencing’
11. Middlesex University – International Offices Presentation on Web Video Conferencing
12. Oxford University – TALL Group: Consultancy on Macromedia Breeze web video conferencing
13. Higher Education Academy – Manchester: Invited Consultancy on eLearning
14. Informatology Network Conference – Becta Lab, Coventry – England (Web Video Conference presentation and round-table discussion)
15. Nettle Project – Tertiary Education Certification Network Study, UK Representative www.nettle.sonton.ac.uk
16. Royal Society of Arts – UK / India Secondary School Collaboration Project using Adobe Breeze
2006
1.BETT Conference, Olympia – London: ‘Web Video Conference Presentation for Adobe’
2. Middlesex University: Lunch-time writer’s lunch discussion – ‘eWriting Group’
3. Brussels OCTA eLearning Workshop for Social Education and Employment – invited as an eLearning Expert Consultant
2007
1. BETT Conference, Olympia – London: ‘Web Video Conference Presentation for Adobe – The RSA Project’
2. ‘Investigating the illusion of ‘real-time’ eLearning events’ – University of Sunderland, June 07
3. Institute of Education, U of London – ‘CDE: Teaching Templates Project – the 3Ps Models’
4. CEDEFOP: European Meeting – invited to represent the UK at the CEDEFOP headquarters in Greece
5. World ORT – eLearning Strategy talk: SSM – Global Rich Pictures www.elearning.mdx.ac.uk/research/index.htm#Global_Rich_Pictures:
6. Trent School Improvements Project: www.trentschoolimprovements.org.uk
7. Introduction to Project Management – hosted an ALT Workshop with the National Centre for Project Management at M.U.
8. ALT-C: Adobe Presentation for web video conferencing, Nottingham – 5 Sept. ‘07
9. Adobe International Exchange – Hosted guests from Russia at Middlesex University for WBL and eLearning.
10. St. Martha’s Secondary School – ‘A – Level Experts by web video conferencing’ proposal.
2008
1. BETT Conference, Olympia – London: ‘WBL Offline Induction Resource Project’
2. Wine and Spirits Trust – International blended solutions for members’ eLearning http://www.wset.co.uk/
3. NIIT – Subject Matter Expert for New Media University Course, Digital Images, Web Design, Usability  –  Tecknowhive@niit.com
4. Open University – Invitation to be an External Examiner – Effective Virtual Teams, S.A.Rae@open.ac.uk
5. Natural History Museum – Consultation on eLearning Moderation and Work Based Learning Collaboration l.lupton@nhm.ac.uk
6. Adobe Education Leadership Programme: Summer Institute – San Francisco, USA
7. IET Grand challenge in Computing – http://www.ukcrc.org.uk/grand_challenges/news/challenge08.cfm
8. JISC Curriculum Design and Delivery Programmes – expert consultant marianne.sheppard@northumbria.ac.uk
9. EC – Africa project: BFA Consulting Group bettina.heise@gfa-group.de
10. EC – E-CODE Project: Conform, Italy – UK Representative http://conform.it/en/national-and-international-projects/e-code/
2009
1. Poland Keynote, National Science & Technology Conference –
Professor Elzbieta Lonz, State Vocational School of Higher Education, Wałbrzych lonc@microb.uni.wroc.pl
2. BETT ’09 – http://www.elearning.mdx.ac.uk/research/#Adobe_talk
3. Learning Technologies Conference ’09 – http://www.elearning.mdx.ac.uk/research/#Guest
4. JISC eLearning Projects Consultant – www.circlespace.net/
5. Glyndwr University of North East Wales – invited External Examiner for eLearning Programme
6. NIIT – Subject Matter Expert, ‘Digital Image Design’ university ICT course for America
7. NIIT – Course Author for online eLearning Course –  Distance Learning course in eLearning, American university
8. Association for Learning Technology (ALT) – applied for Team Award application for WBL Wednesday Webcast
2010
1. Author / reviewer for Journal of Applied Research for Workplace e-Learning (pending) http://journal.elnet.com.au
2. British Council eLearning – consultant to advise queries in relation to UK Higher Education
3. Informatology Conference – April ’10: http://mmse-v5.emea.adobe.acrobat.com/cap1/ , https://abasiel.wordpress.com/adobe-workshop/
http://mmse-v5.emea.adobe.acrobat.com/informatologytalk/
2011
1. University College London – Epigium Projects: Induction module, CMALT certification, Assessment of ePortfolios
2. University of Westminster – External Examiner for validation of the Professional Doctorate Programme
3. Informatology Conference – Peer Awards: Nominated for eLearning Award
http://www.informatology.com/peerawards/background/previously/middlesex-university/?switchVideos=2&topics=communication,e-learning,social-media
4. External Examiner PhD.- University of Technology, Jamaica.

2012:
guardian.co.uk/small-business-network
Invited Expert on e-Training for SMEs.
18 July 2012
http://www.guardian.co.uk/small-business-network/2012/jul/16/how-to-organise-internal-training?newsfeed=true

2013:
BETT’13 – Hosted eLearning Workshop for Skills for Health – http://www.bettshow.com/SeminarDetail.aspx?Semid=Reg169 

2015:
1) Augmented Reality Meet Up – London, UK
February 2015: ‘Augmented Reality in Education and Training: Virtual Knowledge’
https://abasiel.wordpress.com/augmentedreality/

2) Globalnet21.org – London, UK
eLearning Consultancy for webinar programme design and development. Plan provided for training online facilitators.

2016:
1) TEDx Talks – I was interviewed by TEDx Good Enough College, London to explore learning teaching innovations using business computer simulations for work based learning project assessment models.

2) eLearning Consultancy: Business Computer Simulation Facilitator for the Cambridge, UK company – OSOSIM. The project was a 3-day training session in Saudi Arabia.

3) External Examiner for University of Chester – Validation, MA in Education & Society 5/16

4) South Bank University – ‘How Can Course Directors Provide a Positive Student Learning Experience?’ https://abasiel.wordpress.com/elearning-r-d/

5) City and Guilds – ‘Strategy to move into Higher Education’ https://abasiel.wordpress.com/elearn/

6) University of Chester – MA Ed. validation

2017-
1) Fire Tech Camp – New Curriculum Project
Research, design, development and evaluation plan for blended learning workshops.
Example: Business Start-up Proposal and eLearning expansion
2) University of Roehampton: http://eseminars.adobeconnect.com/pdr1dlgfxuxq/
3) Times Higher Education: http://eseminars.adobeconnect.com/p97vazjd4bq/
4) Arden University: http://eseminars.adobeconnect.com/pwqdiakgpzqw/
5) Hindustan Times: http://tinyurl.com/y7hftdux

Research Grants:


1.   1996: COPUS grant for hosting MUCORT conference
2.   1997: Centre for Learning Development, Middlesex University – £700 (accepted)

  1. 1999: LeeValleyTechnoPark- European funding – £700 for international conference
  2. 2000 – 02: IST – Framework 5&6, MINERVA, JISC project proposal submissions
  3. 2002: British Council – E-learning exchange programme with Greece CEDEFOP (accepted)
  4. 2002: ILT – Small Projects proposal, “Global Rich Pictures”, £5,000
    7.   2003: MiddlesexUniversity Centre for Learning Development Small projects proposals, £5,000 (accepted)
  5. 2003: British Council/CEDEFOP–E-learning/training exchange host bid £5,500 (accepted)
  6. 2003: Middlesex University/HEFCE Student Support Fellowship Award Scheme: £9,000
  7. 2003: BECTA proposal with Paul Gillary, Barking and Abbey School, London- £10,000
  8. 2003: SOCRATES teaching exchange grant – £500, Middlesex University –Cyprus (accepted)
  9. 2003: Middlesex University Teaching and Strategy Grant – £1000 accepted
  10. 2003: ALT learning technologist accreditation bid £27,000
  11. 2003: British Council – Gaza University: e-Learning Consultation bid – accepted £7,000
    15. 2004: Macromedia Breeze – research consultation and collaboration + reduced license fee
    16. 2004: British Council – E-learning exchange programme with Norway
    – withdrawn because my passport was with the UK Home Office while I applied for citizenship
  12. 2004: SOCRATES teaching exchange on e-learning research – Dublin City University, Ireland£500 (accepted)
    18. 2004: JISC – eContent Project £68,000
  13. 2004: JISC – Virtual Research Environments: web video conferencing
    20. 2005: Middlesex University Centre for Learning Development DfES funded School level research project:
    – “Educational Web-based Video Conferencing project” – School of LLE, £5,000
    21. 2005: MU: Reflective Professional Development – £500 (accepted)
  14. 2005: ESC Funded HE Networking Project: NETTLE – £8,000 (accepted)
  15. 2005: Centre for Distance Education (CDE), Teaching Templates Project – University of London – £20,000 (accepted)
  16. 2005: Centre for Excellence in Work Based Learning – eLearning project £2,000 (accepted)
    25. 2006: Centre for Distance Education (CDE), Learning Templates Project University of London – £20,000 (accepted)
  17. 2007: FutureLab – Online APEL Project £30,000
  18. 2007: Higher Education Academy– eLearning to support Work Based Learning Project £40,000
  19. 2007: JISC – eLearning for Life Long and Informal Learning: A Project Proposal with Emerald Publishing £200,000
  20. 2007: Becta – eLearning Maturity for Work Based Learning – £8,000

30: 2007: Centre for Distance Education / University of London– Phase III Project follow-up:
Learning-to-Learn support through mLearning. Proposal jointly submitted with Imperial College – £30,000
31: 2007:  HEA – ‘Multimodal On-line systems for Explaining Programs’ – £3,000 (accepted)

  1. 2008: HSSC and CEWBL – Digital Video Research Seminar Project – £4,000 (accepted)
  2. 2008: IWBL & CEWBL – Offline Induction Resource for WBL & Seafarers – £10,000 (accepted)
  3. 2008: FP7 – Technology Enhanced Learning bid – 5.2 million Euros (pending)

35: 2008: British Council – Comenius Funding for Novis Project with St. Martha’s School 14,000 Euros
36: 2008: MU – Business Innovation Fund proposal – £15,000 IWBL & A&E distance learning collaboration
37. 2009: Linking London Writing Bursary – ‘Web Based Learning Models’ £600 (accepted)
38. 2009: UK HE Academy – WBL Wednesday Webcast small projects grant £3,500
39. 2009: Adobe Test Centre – Middlesex University, A & E / EIS proposal – IWBL Accreditation (pending)
40. 2009: MU A & E Business Innovation Fund – WBL Wednesdays Webcast student placement collaboration
41. 2009: EC Development Project – Germany & Egypt £30,000
42. 2009: QA & Unilever eLearning Design Project – Brian Sutton, £3,500

  1. 2009: Becta – with Towards Maturity, eLearning Literature review £20,000
  2. 2009: JISC – Professional Social Networked Learning Systems £70,000
  3. 2010: JISC – 2 eLearning / work based learning project evaluation bids (£14,000) pending
  4. 2010: Open University VLE evaluation bid (£10,000) – pending
    47. 2011: SOCIETY FOR EDUCATIONAL STUDIES – £10,000 grant application
    https://docs.google.com/document/d/10seA9lR3oyQ5gdaEv9ZEQ2aNaZd-FLHs6tdvpJRTO88/edit?hl=en_US
    48: 2011: A Digital Hub at the University of Winchester – ESCalate Grant £5,000

49: Google Higher Education grant – bid with Neil Spurgeon £15,000

50: FP7 Grant – Web video interaction – International collaboration “Nic Henwood” <nic@elementint.com>
2016
Richard Beresford Bursary http://www.enterprise.ac.uk/index.php/funded-projects/bursaries/bursary-application-form

References upon request


https://abasiel.wordpress.com/references-professional-profile/

Paulette Annon, Sr. Lecturer Greenwich School of Management
(e) paulette.annon@gsmlondon.ac.uk 

Professor (Emeritus) Peter Newby, Head of Centre for Higher Education Research
(t) 07795211001 (e) newbyp@yahoo.co.uk
Middlesex University, The Burroughs, Hendon, London NW4 4BT

Ms. Rebecca Churchill, Executive Director – Hult International Business School
37-38 John Street, London WC1N 2AT, UK
rebecca.churchill@hult.edu +44 20 7636 5667

Professor Carol Costley – Middlesex University, London – UK

Paul Coyne – Head of Education Technology Publications, Hodder Education – UK

David Heath –  (Former)Head of Education, Adobe Systems – UK

Martina Wilson – Martina.Wilson@qmul.ac.uk

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