Colin started in his post at the University of Surrey in August 2013; his main roles are helping to engage staff with learning technologies through staff development and project work. His research interests include digital note-taking and he is currently undertaking a PhD on the topic of large-scale lectures.
Following on from his experience in industry as a computer programmer, he joined The Open University as an instructional designer before going on to work at Kingston University, teaching computing and multimedia design while completing his PGCELTHE. While at Kingston he became a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA) and completed his Certificated Membership of the Association of Learning Technologies (CMALT).
Colin is an active member of the HE learning technologies community, contributing to many conferences and articles in addition to being a member of the ALT (Association of Learning Technologists) publications committee and Chair of the Learning Spaces special interest group.
Loughlin, C. (2017). Staff Perceptions of Technology Enhanced Learning in Higher Education. In A. Mesquita, & P. Peres (Eds.), Proceedings of the 16th European Conference on eLearning, ECEL2017 (pp. 335-343). Reading, UK: ACPI (Academic Conference Publishing International).
Loughlin, C., Warburton, S., Crane, S. & Sammels, W. (2015) Towards Active Learning Spaces and the Flipped Classroom Model. In: 14th European Conference on e-Learning ECEL 2015. 29 October 2015 University of Hertfordshire, ACPIL. pp. 322–328.
Kinchin, I., Hosein, A., Medland, E., Lygo-Baker, S., Loughlin C., et al. (2015) Mapping the development of a new MA programme in higher education: comparing privately held perceptions of a public endeavour. Journal of Further and Higher Education. [Online] 1–17. Available from: doi:10.1080/0309877X.2015.1070398.
Loughlin C, (2010) Fifth International Blended Learning Conference Proceedings, University of Hertfordshire.