There are currently 44 CODE Fellows drawn from across the University of London federation members, and from other UK and international institutions.
The Fellowship brings together an inclusive representation of thought leaders in research, academic practice and leadership in online and distance education. The Fellows include diverse roles: teachers, course leaders, senior managers, researchers, educational technologists, learning designers and policy advisors. CODE and its Fellows are ensuring that its commitment to improving equality, diversity and inclusion is evident in its strategic activities, educational innovations and research.
What fellows say about CODE 2023
A network of knowledgeable people to talk about learning and teaching with.
The opportunity and challenge to explore more about HE than just my programme.
Interesting perspectives, interesting colleagues, and great projects.
Stimulating discussions, intellectual engagement and inspiration from others working in a variety of academic and disciplinary environments.
It is extremely beneficial for me to meet and work with others from the Higher education sector as that helps me to think and act differently.
An academic network, opportunity to share and learn, keep up with new developments.
Networking, ideas, opportunities to work with other institutions from around the world.
Meet lots of interesting colleagues, contribute to projects, events and publications.
The opportunity work with a wider group of people than I may have done otherwise.
Connections and networking opportunities, greater knowledge.
Professional networks, friends, ideas, skills, inspiration.
Important insights, great new network, new knowledge.
I've gained an opportunity to share and learn from others, fostering a far greater awareness of developments in the sector and the work that other institutions are doing.
I've gained the opportunity to have interesting discussions with talented and knowledgable people about issues and topics that I was previously unaware of, and which have broadened my skills and given me a far more rounded perspective.
A sense of community and camaraderie. A knowledgeable and relaxed group of colleagues to learn from.
High quality opportunities for collaboration, mentoring, SoTL, career development and extending my knowledge from my membership of such an incredibly knowledgeable community of practice.
Access to a network, opportunities for knowledge exchange, fellowship.
A very supportive environment in relation to my professional interests; colleagues to work on projects with; fulfillment through contributing to useful research.
Friendships, opportunities to do interesting projects, new connections with others in distance learning, being part of a community of practice; exposure to new ideas; develop my own practice.
A stimulating network of Fellows and other colleagues to work with; opportunities to take part in valuable and interesting project work and to develop my practice; consultancy to support my freelance income.
Networking leading to ideas gained and support received. Other Fellows act as an effective sounding board.
An opportunity to learn and work with some of the best people in the field of educational development and distance learning.
An opportunity to carry out research and to learn more about educational development.
I have gained experience working with people from different cultures, countries, and disciplines than otherwise would have been possible.
Most importantly, CODE offers a sense of community separated from any kind of institutional affiliation.
Mentorship, support and wide-ranging enriching experience in ODL networks, ideas.
Being a member of a community of experts in online and distance learning, being a member of group of fellows that has a strong identity has helped me immensely.
Providing and facilitating experiences that allow me to develop professionally and personally.
Opportunity to share best practices and great learning from other fellows.
- Julie Voce
- Paul Dudley
- David Baume
- Michael Ashby
- James Bussutil
- Benedetta Cappellini
- Meghan Crawford
- John Dickens
- Marco Gillies
- Jenny Hamilton
- Magdelena Jara
- Endrit Kromidha
- Roger Mills
- Gwyneth Price
- Steve Ryan
- Jill Russell
- Brian Sayer
- Jane Secker
- Tony Sheenan
- Ayona Silva-Fletcher
- Ormond Simpson
- Paul Smith
- Hugh Starkey
- Ann Wilkinson
- Helen Xanthaki
- Ann Maria Jones
Our Student Fellows support CODE projects by carrying out specific tasks in agreement with a CODE Fellow supervisor, such as:
- Developing resources,
- Evaluating education-related resources based on agreed criteria,
- Collecting/analysing data,
- Conducting interviews,
- Undertaking a literature review,
- Conducting a survey,
- Recruiting project participants.
Read more about CODE Student Fellows.