David is an experienced Teaching and Learning Consultant, currently working for Warwick Business School. He brings over 10 years commercial experience in Internet technologies and using the Internet to connect online communities to his ten years experience in Higher Education to his work and interests. David believes the role of a Learning Technologist is evolving, and is enjoying the exploration of 'what' they are and 'how' they work. David is using his background and knowledge of connecting communities online and is widening it in his daily role and responsibilities.
David has based his writing around his work and interest, the passion of learning: the first published in May, 2013, highlighting his experiences with QR Codes (how he's used them, how David has seen them being used, and how you can use and tailor them to foster interaction in and out of your classroom). The second book (June 2013) is based on his reflection and research theme of 'what is a Learning Technologist?'. David's third book, 'The Really Useful #EdTechBook' brought leading educators together in a single journal whey they were invited to reflect on their work, their experiences, and their own personal journeys in, and with, educational technology.