Dr Anthony ‘Skip’ Basiel
Head of School of Computing & AI
Coming from Queen Mary University of London, Anthony have over a decade of London Higher Education management experience in Computing, Business and Blended Learning solutions. Additionally, he has international programme development experience in America, Europe and Asia.
His Doctorate is in Learning Technology Design. You can find examples of is research and development work at https://abasiel.wordpress.com where he explores an immersive 360* fishbowl discussion webinar design using augmented reality. Other areas of interest include the use of gamification in blended learning solutions, computer simulations for assessment and team building and professional social networked learning designs.
Anthony’s vision is to see the School of Computing and AI grow into a productive global team and (virtual) learning community of Students, Faculty, Industry and Research Partners. Come join our quest.
- Provide academic and pastoral support to all stakeholders e.g. Students and Faculty
- Develop the C&AI Programme to become curriculum innovators and leaders
- Encourage the growth of a blended learning community for Students, Faculty and Partnerships
- Support a sustainable retention of students in the Programme
Research interests and publications
Teaching and Learning Online – Volume 2, Routledge Press http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415528573/
Book Chapter with Amity University: ‘Active Learning Through a ‘Meta-Film’ Approach’ https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B5KEPSFKjo5OZUljMWpWNWN5RGc
EdTechnology.co.uk – Webinar Design article
Guest Speaker Project Proposal –
Blogs on augmented reality education (from the Aug. ’18 London MeetUp)
Book Chapter on the future of education:
Chapter 13: University of the Future: What learning designs and systems can support next-generation higher education stakeholders?
Transactional Webinar Design, Anthony ‘Skip’ Basiel & Mike Howarth
Work Based Learning e-Journal International ISSN 2044-7868
Sage Handbook – Book Chapter Editing. Social media, learning and work – Marg Mallock, Victoria University, Au.