Biography

I have worked in many roles with Higher Education, as a Lecturer, Programme Leader, Subject Manager, Workforce Development Fellow and my current role as Academic Manager. 

In 2008 I developed one of the first online learning programmes in the University and have trialled many different approaches and innovations in teaching. 

Prior to my current role, I worked as a Workforce Development Fellow and was involved in the development of over 40 programmes to provide bespoke teaching, learning and assessment solutions for both organisations and Individuals. I have also worked with many professional bodies to support programmes that have a direct impact on people wishing to enhance their career.

Your Thoughts About Online Learning

I understand the challenges that come with online and work based learning, but also that this can be transformative in changing the lives of individuals and the organisations they work in. 

Professional

Professional Memberships

Senior Fellow of Higher Education Academy.

External Examiner for the University of Chichester and Newcastle College, previously Leeds Metropolitan University.

Reviewer for the Journal of Higher Education, Skills and Work Based Learning.

School Governor

Qualifications

BSc Geography – University of Derby

MA Events Management – University of Derby

Foundation Award in ROI

Emotional Intelligence practitioner – EQ-i

Doctor of Education (in progress)


Publications

Bromley, M. Minton, M. & Moss, C. (2012) Developing capacity and infrastructure: Support for those supporting higher apprenticeships, Higher Education, Skills and Work-based Learning, Vol. 2 Iss: 3, pp.271 – 284

Bromley, M. and Moss, C. (2015). What can social media do for me? In: Helyer, R. The Work-Based Learning Student Handbook. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Interests

Research Interests

My research interests are in online and work based learning and I have published research on communities and virtual practice in adult learning and written book chapters on Social Media for students and lecturers. My doctoral research is about how gamification and the application of game mechanics can improve online learning.