Suzanne Stone Learning Technologist, Dublin City University
Suzanne is a Learning Technologist at Dublin City University and has worked in the education sector for over 15 years. Actively engaged in research relating to the application of educational technologies in teaching and learning, Suzanne's research informs her practice as a learning technologist. Professional interests include: student engagement in online synchronous (live) online teaching and learning; assessment and feedback; digital skills and competencies for staff; video for teaching and learning; social media in education; and Universal Design for Learning. Suzanne is currently engaged in research relating to Digital Well-being as part of a Doctorate in Education.
Tracy Galvin Education Developer, Queen's University Belfast
Tracy Galvin is an Education Developer in Queen's University Belfast. Tracy started off her career as a Post-Primary teacher and has worked in Higher Education for over 13 years in three different institutions. Tracy has a keen interest in Universal Design for Learning, Inclusive Curriculum Design, Accessibility and Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) in the Curriculum.
Karen Buckley is an assistant professor in the School of Inclusive and Special Education at the Institute of Education at Dublin City University. With particular research interest in inclusive pedagogy, Karen is an advocate for inclusive practice to improve and optimise teaching, learning and assessment in Higher Education. She is a doctoral candidate in Maynooth University where she is exploring professional development in Higher Education.