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Susanna Martin

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20102016
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Research interests

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Susanna is the Experimental Officer for the Psychology Department. Alongside Mary (Maria Nikolaidou - technician) she manages the research labs and associated equipment.

You should contact her with queries relating to equipment, lab bookings, psychology related technical support and Recruitment & Engagement.

She is also a member of the health and safety team for the department.

Susanna obtained her BSc in Psychology from Lancaster University and studied for her PhD with the CREATE Lab. Her previous post doc roles have included: community knowledge, knowledge management, energy literacy and evaluating the doctoral provision.

Research interests

  • Formal and informal learning
  • Knowledge, expertise and understanding
  • Mobile and hand held learning
  • The role of context and experience for learning 

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Philosophy, University of Bath

Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Lancaster University

External positions

Research Officer, University of Bristol

9 Nov 20116 Jul 2012

Keywords

  • L Education (General)
  • BF Psychology

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Research Output 2010 2016

2 Citations (Scopus)
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The University of Local Knowledge

Piccini, A., Martin, S., Fraser, M. & Evans, P., 11 Jun 2012, (Unpublished).

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Bringing school science to life: Personalisation, contextualisation and reflection of self-collected data with mobile sensing technologies

Woodgate, D., Stanton Fraser, D. & Martin, S., 14 Apr 2011, Making Mobile Learning Work: Case Studies of Practice. Traxler, J. & Wishart, J. (eds.). Bristol: ESCalate, p. 23-28 6 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Mobile Research in the Wild: Practical Experiences

Martin, S., Stanton Fraser, D., Fraser, M., Woodgate, D. & Crellin, D., Oct 2011.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper