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Tom Franklin Consulting Ltd

No 5

17-19 Elsworthy Road

London

NW3 3DS


07989 948 221

Tom@franklin-consulting.co.uk

Registered in England and Wales No. 6948162



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Tom Franklin

No 5
17-19 Elsworthy Road
London
NW3 3DS


Phone: 0161 408 4401

mobile: 07989 948 221

email: tom@franklin-consulting.co.uk

web: http://www.franklin-consulting.co.uk

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Employment Summary

Dates

Post and Employer

Major duties

8/2003 to present

Consultant
Franklin Consulting
No 5
17-19 Elsworthy Road
London
NW3 3DS

Consultancy on technology enhanced learning

Staff development and training

Supporting strategic developments in e-learning including the use of VLEs and Web 2.0.  

Project and programme management.

Research in learning technology

Process improvement


3/2011 to 11/2011


Synthesist
Department of Computer Science
University of Manchester
Manchester
M13 9PL

Synthesising the outputs of the JISC Activity Data programme to provide other universities with useful support for their use of activity data

8/2000 to 7/2003

Senior Technology Advisor
TechLearn

Higher Education Academy
Innovation Way
York Science Park
York
YO10 5BR

Researching the use of new technologies in support of learning and teaching.

Informing the further and higher education community how these technologies will affect them and actions they should take.

Working with other agencies in the sector.

Advising JISC on policy.

5/1994 to 8/2000

JISC Programme Manager
JISC

One Castlepark
Tower hill
Bristol
BS2 0JA

Project management of over 100 funded projects to demonstrate and pilot new technologies and techniques and their application to education.

Policy definition for JISC in learning and teaching, accessibility and standards.

Promoting the use of technology in higher education for teaching, management and research.  Promoting the use of standards.

Implementing the Centre for Educational Technology Interoperability Standards (CETIS) and DISinHE (the predecessor to TechDiS).

10/1990 to 4/1994

Liaison Officer,
Centre for Novel Computing
Department of Computer Science
University of Manchester
Manchester
M13 9PL

Managing a research team on a major EU funded project.

Promoting the use of parallel computing to higher education and industry in the North West.

Writing six successful grant proposals.

Research into parallel databases.

11/1988 to 6/1990

Research Manager
TSB Group plc

Technology Research
Southgate Centre 1
Wilmslow Road
Stockport, SK8

Research management in information technology to sell financial and related services.

Promotion of understanding of IT to senior management across the Group.

9/1987 to 10/1988

University of Manchester
Department of Computer Science

MSc in advanced computer science including a dissertation on knowledge representation.

9/1980 to 8/1987

Programmer to consultant
Hoskyns Group PLC
Cross Street
Sale
Manchester
M33

Work included technical development, programming, specification, working with clients from pre-sales through to implementation, managing a team of programmers, providing technical training and support

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