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ULTRALAB AND ULTRAVERSITY RESTRUCTURED AND DOWNSIZED

by Richard Millwood last modified Monday Jul 30, 2007 21:39 — expired

Anglia Ruskin University has decided to restructure Ultralab at the end of 2006 to bring about the end of an era and new beginnings

ULTRALAB AND ULTRAVERSITY RESTRUCTURED AND DOWNSIZED

Ultralab team 2006

In December 2006, Ultralab, the learning technology research centre of Anglia Ruskin University, effectively closed by restructure and downsizing.

Four members of staff moved to the University's Centre for Learning and Teaching, now titled 'Inspire'.

The Ultraversity project continues in the shape of its largest and most successful activity, running the online degree BA Learning Technology Research. The staff developing and delivering this degree are moved to the Faculty of Education.

A further 22 staff left to start new activities outside the university.

In summary, at the start of 2007, the status and current email of the 40 staff who made up Ultralab is as follows:

Moved to University Centre for
Learning and Teaching (UCLT)
Moved to Faculty of Education

Left Anglia Ruskin University

James Kadirire
Ken AllenAlex Blanc
Alice Mitchell
Lydia ArnoldTony Browne
Leonie Ramondt
Neil BoughenAnn Constable
Tom Stacey
Mark ConstableMartin Doherty
Jane DownMatthew Eaves
Sarah Jones (0.5) Tim Ellis
Geraint LangColin Elsey
Shirley Pickford
Alison Gee
Anthony RussellClaire Gregory
Hamish Scott-BrownMaureen Gurr
Kevin ThompsonGraham Hart
Ian TindalMichael Hartley
Tim WilliamsHal Maclean
Lindsey WingateLesley McGuire

Richard Millwood

Greta Mladenova
Malcolm Moss
Kris Popat
Stephen Powell
Gina Revill
Gill Roberts
Rex Wingate


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