Daniel is an experienced learning technologist, having worked in the Higher Education sector for over a decade. Daniel joined the University of Kent in 2007 to work as a software instructor within the Centre for Music Technology. In 2010, he moved to UELT, working initially within the role of University Learning Technologist before moving to the position Faculty Learning Technologist in 2012. In 2016, Daniel spent a year working as Student Experience Manager in the University of Kent’s School of Computing, where he led a team of eleven people across the Canterbury and Medway campuses. In late 2017, Daniel returned to UELT once again to work in the role of University Learning Technologist.
Daniel gained his Undergraduate Degree from the University of Manchester in 2005. In 2010, Daniel became a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy after successful completion of the University of Kent's Post-Graduate Certificate in Higher Education. In 2013, he completed his Master’s Degree in Higher Education at the University of Kent, for which he was awarded a Distinction. Daniel is also a Certified Member of the Association for Learning Technology (CMALT) having successfully submitted a peer-reviewed portfolio demonstrating the impact of his work within UELT. Daniel has presented at a number of national and international conferences, including the Turning Technologies International User Conference (Aarhus University, Denmark), ALT-C (University of Leeds), Mahara UK (Lancaster University) and ALDinHE (University of Plymouth). Since 2016, Daniel has acted as a CMALT assessor for the Association for Learning Technology.
Outside of work, Daniel is a competitive long-distance runner and recording musician.back to top
Conferences and Publications
- Clark, D. (2013) ‘Supporting academic development in the digital university’ in SEDA Educational Developments, 14 (2) pp 19-20.
- 2013, Supporting and developing the digital literacy of staff: The E-Learning Summer School. Paper presented at ALDinHE 2013, University of Plymouth, March 2013
- 2012, Implementing Mahara - A Reflection. Paper presented at Mahara UK 2012, Lancaster University, July 2012
- 2012, Improving Practice and Addressing Practicalities: Embedding Audience Response Systems at the University of Kent. Paper presented at the Turning Technologies International User Conference, Aarhus University, Denmark, June 2012
- 2012, Practising What We Preach: using an e-portfolio to create a staff community of PDP practice. Paper presented at ALDinHE, University of Leeds, April 2012
- 2011, PDP and E-Portfolios: How does it all hold together? Paper presented at ALT-C, University of Leeds, September 2011
- 2011, If You Build It, They Will Come: Institutional Implementation of Mahara, Paper presented at Mahara UK 2011, Southampton Solent University, June 2011