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Dr Sue Cranmer

Lecturer

Sue Cranmer

Lancaster University

County South

LA1 4YL

Lancaster

Tel: +44 1524 592870

Research overview

My main interests are in digital technologies, social justice and in/equality. In particular, my work focusses on challenging inequalities that manifest and are reproduced in everyday uses of digital technologies. I am currently writing a book Disabled Children and Digital Technologies. Everyday Practices in Childhood for Bloomsbury. Previous projects have included research into digital inclusion, digital pedagogy, inclusive pedagogical design, digital literacy including online safety; and digital innovation.

 

PhD supervision

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

Current Teaching

I am the Programme Director for the MA in Education and Social Justice and lead the module ED.S831 Education, Evaluation and Research. I also lecture on the PhD E-Research and Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) Programme and lead ED.S822 The Development of Professional Practice. In addition, I supervise doctoral students on Part 2 of the PhD in TEL and Education and Social Justice programmes.

 

Career Details

I began work at Lancaster University in September 2012. Prior to that, I worked at Futurelab, Bristol, the Department of Education, Oxford University and the London Knowledge Lab, UCL/Institute of Education. I also completed my PhD at the London Knowledge Lab.

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