Joanna Wild has an extensive record of evaluating digital learning experiences of users in and all levels of educational sector (schools, FE, HE).
Since 2004 she has worked on a range of European and national research and development projects in technology-enhanced learning, for which she has developed strong skills in the use of qualitative and quantitative methods of data collection and analysis. Involvement in the EU-funded iCamp project triggered her continuing interest in exploring how teachers and learners assemble institutional and personal tools to support teaching and learning, and how these tools can impact on students’ engagement and performance.
Before founding CDS Ltd, Joanna was consultant for the London Knowledge Lab, Institute of Education, working on the ESRC-funded Building Community Knowledge project led by Professor Diana Laurillard. Earlier, from 2010 to 2013 Joanna was part of the Education Enhancement Team at the University of Oxford and has researched in a number of JISC-, HEA-, and ESRC- and University funded projects in the field of TEL with the focus on digital experience research and evaluation, learning design, Open Educational Resources and Open Educational Practice. Joanna has a strong record of experience in applying Design-Based Research methodologies to guide development and evaluation of educational technology.