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Professor of ICT and Education, Faculty of Social Sciences
Charles Crook is Professor of ICT and Education. He is Director of the Learning Sciences Research Institute at Nottingham and is a developmental psychologist by background. After research at Cambridge, Brown and Strathclyde Universities, he lectured in Psychology at Durham University and was Reader in Psychology at Loughborough University.
Much of this work implicates new technology. He was a founder member of the European Society for Developmental Psychology and is currently editor of the Journal of Computer Assisted Learning.
Digital media in educational contexts
Technology support for collaborative learning
I convene the MA "Learning, technology and education" and teach over half of the modular material. I also teach extensively on the online version of this programme. I am Director of Teaching and… read more
Current projects concern the resourcing of collaborative learning with particular interest in early education but also undergraduate learning
Charles is a member of the Learning Sciences Research Institute. His research supervision areas include:
Research topics of current and recent students include:
Research proposals: please email Charles if you would like to discuss the appropriateness of your research topic. See also: School of Education research supervision areas.
I convene the MA "Learning, technology and education" and teach over half of the modular material. I also teach extensively on the online version of this programme. I am Director of Teaching and Learning for the Social Science Faculty
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