Learning Technologist, Cranfield University
Aurélie’s focus is to support and help develop technology to enhance teaching and learning.
She has experience using a variety of tools and software for Technology-Enhanced Learning (TEL). She currently supports staff and students in the use of Moodle and Turnitin at Cranfield University, Cranfield Defence and Security school.
Aurélie has a passion for education and service delivery. Her strengths are in bespoke training delivery, process management and policy alignment relating to the VLE platform and integrated systems. Her main areas of interests are learning design as well as assessment and feedback using TEL.
- First name: Aurelie
- Last name: Soulier
- Town: Shrivenham
- Country: United Kingdom
- Occupation: Learning Technologist
The MSc in Computing has a modular course-unit design providing you with maximum flexibility and choice. To qualify for a master’s degree, you must pass modules amounting to 180 credits. This comprises six taught modules (20 credits each) plus your dissertation (60 credits). Semester 1 You can choose from the following modules: Research and Scholarship Methods (compulsory for MSc and PG Dip) is designed to equip students with the tools necessary for the scholarship and research skill needed for the computing field as well as equipping them with the professional skills and outlook needed for a lifelong career in the computer industry. Object-Oriented Programming (compulsory for MSc and PG Dip) covers the principles of programming and object orientation, giving you the opportunity to apply these using an object-oriented programming language. Structured Data (compulsory for MSc) covers the principles and practice of structured data, including how it is represented, managed and transformed. Semester 2 You can choose from the following modules: Computer Systems and Networks (compulsory for MSc and PG Dip) introduces the concepts, operations and components of computer systems and the principles of computer networks. Students on this module have the opportunity to create and maintain an IT system similar to that found in many SMEs. Software Production (compulsory for MSc) studies current practices, skills and techniques applied to managing software development related projects, individually and in project teams. The module combines theory with pragmatic and professional insights and considers requirements engineering, project management, risk, quality assurance, usability and HCI issues. Web Interfaces and Media (optional) looks at the challenges of designing and constructing interfaces using a variety of media (e.g. text, speech, graphics) that are accessible to users in a wide variety of situations. It covers the physical, technical and psychological aspects of web interfaces design. Information Security and Retrieval (optional) teaches students knowledge of the concepts and key approaches to information retrieval, with a particular emphasis on retrieval of information from the Web. It will enable students to analyse an information retrieval problem, critically evaluate the different approaches that are available, create an effective solution and evaluate the security implications. As courses are reviewed regularly, the list of taught modules you choose from may vary from the list here. MSc Dissertation which is an individual research and development project that allows you to study a topic of your choice in depth, guided by your supervisor. The work may be undertaken in close co-operation with a research, industrial or commercial organisation. You undertake your dissertation over the summer period.Address: Gipsy Lane, Oxford OX3 0BP
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