Candace Nolan-Grant, BA, MA, MSc, CMALT, FHEA
Candace is a Senior Digital Learning Designer at the Durham Centre for Academic Development and has worked at the University since 2009. Her particular areas of expertise are pedagogic design and delivery for online and blended learning and the scholarship of teaching and learning. Candace holds a BA from UC Berkeley, an MA from Durham, an MSc in Digital Education from the University of Edinburgh, Certified Membership of the Association for Learning Technology and Fellowship of the HEA. She is currently a part-time Phd student in the School of Education.
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Is supervised by
- Nolan-Grant, Candace R. (2019). The Community of Inquiry framework as learning design model: a case study in postgraduate online education. Research in Learning Technology 27: 2240.
- Nolan-Grant, C. (2009). Jane Austen's Speech Acts and Language-Based Societies. SEL Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 49(4): 863-878.