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Biography Lee Fallin is a Lecturer in Education Studies and Director of MA Education Programmes. He teaches across the School of Education, including Education Studies, Teaching Studies and Master's provision.

His research interests centre on learning technology, accessibility and the intersections between education and geography - inclusive of physical and digital spaces.

Lee has published research on inclusion in Higher Education, the purpose of the academic library and on contemporary issues in learning development. He has supported methodology and methods for a number of research projects, including the use of software like NVivo and the application of approaches like Critical Discourse Analysis and Systematic Literature Reviews.

Lee holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Geography, a PG Cert in eLearning, a PG Cert in Academic Practice and a Doctorate in Education (EdD). He is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a Certified Leading Practitioner with the Association of Learning Development in Higher Education (ALDinHE). Lee is also recognised as a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert and is a Microsoft Certified Educator. He is currently working towards recognition with the Association of Learning Technology (ALT).
Research Interests Lee's thesis focused on the Brynmor Jones Library as a case study of neoliberalism in higher education and the impact on library services. His current research interests include library purpose, student learning, learning development, digital capabilities, learning spaces, inclusion, accessibility, internationalisation, education for sustainability, research methodologies and geographies of place.

He is an NVivo Certified Expert and is happy to support individuals and teams in qualitative methodologies and the use of NVivo for qualitative analysis.
Teaching and Learning Lee's teaching expertise focuses on research methods and philosophy; academic and visual literacies; academic communication; 21st century learning and the use of technology to aid teaching and research.

Master's level teaching:
Extended Research Project
Debating Special and Inclusive Education: Implications for Pedagogy and Practice

Undergraduate level teaching:
Extended Research Project (L6)
Education in the 21st Century (L4)
ResearcherID C-7133-2017
Scopus Author ID 57190128101