adam bayliss

learning technologies expert

Based in
Upminster, Greater London, United Kingdom
Also teaches in Central London, East London
adam bayliss | learning technologies expert

Rates: No standard rate as yet


Make an enquiry

Currently working for Research and Enterprise at City University, London. This is a teaching team in the department concerned with knowledge transfer, and the commercialization of research. I'm therefore enthusiastic about my own research work in online learning design. What interests me here are potential opportunities to help other subject experts deliver valuable learning to students via E-learning, distance or blended learning models.

Originally from an Engineering background, I set a new direction with a Diploma in Computer Graphic Design at The Institute for Graphic Design in Hamburg, Germany. An interest in Human Computer Interaction (HCI) propelled me to broaden my expertise into web design, programming and site management. Studies with the Open University began an interest in the rapidly evolving area of learning technologies and process of supporting learning online. On my return to the UK, Adam managed and supported online learning resources at Havering College and Bournemouth University, and designed a variety of E-learning courses. For this he obtained a PGCE in Post-Compulsory Education with Greenwich University. I'm continuing my research into learning technologies, website design and HCI with an MSC in Learning Technologies at the University of Brighton. Commercial experience in design and marketing continues to enhance my work within the Research and Enterprise Team.

Experience

IT Champion / Staff Trainer

My role as Learning Resources ILT Officer / IT Champion involved planning, designing and implementing training for staff. I customised the FERL ILT Practitioners Programme. I planned activities for staff training days, co-ordinating these with the other IT champions and Advanced Practitioners. My role in the Learning Resources department allowed me to play an active role in the development of College ILT and E-learning strategy

Dates: 
Apr 2009

Project skills - Award-winning Learning Module Designer.

I instigated and created an online induction. This involved consultation across the organisation. The module won a ‘Q’ award from the Learning and Skills Council.

Dates: 
Apr 2009

2007- 2008: Learning Technologist, Bournemouth University

The first-line support for myBU, the Blackboard Virtual Learning environment. This required a thorough knowledge of E-learning issues, and continual communication with academic staff and external companies. The role also involved developing training materials for academic staff in order that they could use new learning technologies and sector developments, including lecture capture, and Web 2.0 technologies. The role gave me insights into university structure, how a central e-learning service relates to the various client schools, department and course teams.

Dates: 
Sep 2007 - Sep 2008

2002-2007: LRC ILT Officer; Department IT Champion; Havering College of Further & Higher Education

I designed and managed the Learning Resources department web presence. I leased with other ILT champions, teaching heads, and the E-learning manager to plan ways of filtering knowledge of E-resources to teaching staff. This also entailed planning and presenting courses.

Dates: 
Sep 2002 - Sep 2007

Educational history

CMALT

Dates: 
April, 2009
Institution: 
Institute for Learning Technologies
Certified membership of the Association for Learning Technologies. A portfolio-based professional qualification.

Msc (Learning Technologies), University of Brighton

Dates: 
October, 2007
Institution: 
University of Brighton
Recently completed the first module, User-centred design, with Distinction.

Postgraduate Certificate in Education

Dates: 
March, 2007
Institution: 
Greenwich University
As a final dissertation I studied how to deliver higher levels of learning in VLE-based courses, filtering this information to teaching staff as part of my ILT champion role.

Bsc (Honours) Information Technology & Computing

Dates: 
September, 2000 - June, 2005
Institution: 
The Open University
Modules covered Java programming, user interface development and theory, content management, along with relating technology to social issues such as penetration and usability. Studying online with the OU allowed me valuable insights into distance learning that I have been able to use in my role.

Services

Aimed at: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.
Online teaching offered


Last login: 8 years 22 weeks ago


Add the first review

Write a review

Don't be shy, say hello. We'd love to hear from you.


[email protected]

Stay safe

School of Everything is all about meeting up in the real world. Here are some tips on how to arrange your learning and teaching safely.