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Sue Cranmer supervises 11 postgraduate research students. Some of the students have produced research profiles, these are listed below:

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Dr Sue Cranmer

Lecturer

Sue Cranmer

County South

Lancaster University

Bailrigg

Lancaster LA1 4YL

United Kingdom

Tel: +44 1524 5 92870

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Research overview

My research interests are focused on how digital technologies enhance learning and well-being across the life span at home, school and in other settings. In particular, I believe that uses of digital technologies should be inclusive and my teaching and research is focussed on promoting this.

PhD supervision

I am interested in receiving PhD proposals in most areas related to digital technologies, education and learning. I'm particularly interested in digital inclusion; disengagement; disability; accessibility; social uses of digital technologies; digital literacy; online safety.

Current Teaching

I am a lecturer on the e-Research and Technology  Enhanced Learning (TEL) doctoral programme. On the TEL programme I co-convene ED.S821 Research Methods in Education and Social Science Settings with Dr Murat Oztok; and convene ED.S822 The Development of Professional  Practice.

Previously I also taught on the undergraduate PiNE 313 course. Topics included digital technologies for learning, game-based learning, digital literacy and online safety.

Career Details

I joined the Department of Educational Research in  September 2012. Previously I worked at Futurelab - an independent  not-for-profit organisation - for three years researching innovative uses of  technology for education and learning. Before that I worked as a researcher at the Department of Education at Oxford University and as a lecturer and researcher at the London Knowledge  Lab, Institute of Education, London University.

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