A strategic leader in e-learning, learning technology, learning media, and classroom technology & design, Kerr’s speciality area is supporting universities to evolve their learning & teaching design to meet the demands of a rapidly evolving digital landscape.
This includes curriculum development, virtual and physical classroom spaces, and organisational capability across a range of services. Kerr has over 23 years experience working in these areas within universities across the U.K. including:
- The University of Glasgow
- Aberystwyth University
- University of Reading
- Northampton University
During this time Kerr has been involved in a number of sector projects and activities, often as the institutional lead, working with QAA Scotland, the Higher Education Academy, Jisc, and Futurelearn.
Kerr engages across the sector and has held active membership of several organisations including:
- HeLF (Heads of eLearning)
- SCHOMS (Heads of Media Services)
- LTSMG (Lecture Theatre Managers)
- ALT (Association for Learning Technology)
Kerr left the University of Glasgow in April 2017 to return to Wales and set up “Kerr Gardiner Consulting Ltd” to allow him to concentrate on using his experience and knowledge to help develop digital capabilities across education.