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Ellie HannanEllie Hannan

 

0161 247 3580

Blog:
https://cpdeleanorhannan.wordpress.com/

Twitter:
@EHannan14

Who am I?

Ellie creates multimedia learning and teaching resources for academic staff development. Ellie co-ordinates the Good Practice Exchange, a project to collect and disseminate good practice in learning and teaching within MMU. She leads the 101 Creative Ideas project and is leading the development of SOTL! – an educational game for teaching research design. Her work also includes the design of multimedia resources for the CELT website and events. Ellie’s educational background is creative arts, graduating from BA(Hons) Interactive Arts at Manchester School of Art.

Research Expertise, Publications and Grants

Publications and Conference Presentations

Hannan, E. and Nerantzi, C. (2016) ‘101 Creative Ideas Challenge’ Workshop presented at: ALT Winter Conference Association of Learning Technology, Online, December 2016.

Langdown, A. and Hannan, E. (2016) ‘From Individuation to Autonomy: Enabling Fashion Design Students to See a Bigger Picture’ In Leal Filho, W. and Pace, P. (eds.) Teaching Education for Sustainable Development at University Level. Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, pp. 313-326.

Livermore, E. (2015) ‘MMU Flotilla – What would being in the top 50 universities for teaching look like?’, Learning and Teaching in Action, 10 (1) pp. 75-81. Manchester Metropolitan University (Online). Available at: http://www.celt.mmu.ac.uk/ltia/Vol10Iss1

Livermore, E. (2015) ‘Using the Lego Serious Play method for Generating Ideas and Reflective Thinking with Fashion Design Students’ Poster presented at: Annual Learning and Teaching Conference: What is Good Teaching? Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, 15/07/2015.

Livermore, E. (2015) ‘Good Practice Exchange’. Presentation at: Creative Lecture Capture, Webinars & Screencasting. Media Enhanced Learning Special Interest Group, Nottingham, 20/01/2015.

Livermore, E. (2015) ‘How social media helps me reflect’, in: Jackson, N. & Willis, J. (eds.) Exploring Reflection in the Social Age of Learning, Lifewide Magazine, Issue 13, March 2015, pp. 50-51 (Online). Available at http://www.lifewidemagazine.co.uk/uploads/1/0/8/4/10842717/lifewide_magazine_13.pdf

Livermore, E. (2014) ‘Learning at Work’, in: Nerantzi, C. & Beckingham S. (eds.) Using social media in the social age of learning, Lifewide Magazine, Special Edition, June 2014, pp. 23-24. (Online). Available at http://www.lifewidemagazine.co.uk/uploads/1/0/8/4/10842717/magazine_10_june_2014.pdf