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Dr Julie Voce

Julie is the Head of Educational Technology based in Learning Enhancement and Development at City, University of London. She manages a team of 18 Educational Technologists and is currently responsible for overseeing key institutional projects in the areas of Learning Spaces, Lecture Capture and Learning Analytics. She has been working in the field of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) since 2000, having previously held positions at Imperial College London as a E-learning Services Manager, UCL as a Learning Technologies Support Co-ordinator and UMIST as a Research Assistant. She has expertise in project management of institutional change projects and evaluation of TEL.

Since 2005, she has been involved at a national level with both the Association for Learning Technology (ALT) and the Universities and Colleges Information Systems Association (UCISA). For ALT she has held several positions including Deputy Editor for ALT Newsletter, Co-ordinator of the M25-Learning Technology group, Co-Chair for ALT-C 2012 and Member of the Publications and Membership Development Committees. With UCISA she is member (and former Chair) of the UCISA Digital Education Group and was involved in the last four UCISA Surveys on the use of Technology Enhanced Learning within UK Higher Education. Through her involvement in both associations, Julie has developed expertise in organising events and writing case studies and reports.

In addition to her role at City, she is also a PhD Student at Lancaster University researching institutional support for TEL within UK Higher Education. She has published work relating to the UCISA TEL survey and a review of institutional assessment policies.