Dr Christopher Little

Dr Christopher Little Mail
Manchester Metropolitan University

Dr Chris Little was formerly a teaching fellow and learning developer delivering teaching across undergraduate and postgraduate programmes at Keele University as part of Keele’s Institute for Innovation and Teaching Excellence. Chris currently offers undergraduate/postgraduate teaching and curriculum design consultancy across Keele’s Faculty of Medicine and Health Science, while lecturing and personal tutoring across all three year’s of Keele’s Masters in Higher Education Practice. Chris is also the creator and project lead for Keele’s annual JADE Student Learning Undergraduate Conference and co-lead in delivering Keele’s first-ever academic reading, ‘Becoming Well Read’, in April 2019. 

Chris has previously held lecturing and support posts in both further and higher education. Chris has extensively studied post-compulsory education, teaching and learning and is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Certified Member of the Association of Learning Technologists (CMALT) and holds a PGCE in Post-Compulsory Education and Masters in Teaching and Learning Higher Education. Chris is also a member of the LearnHigher working group, affiliated to the Association of Learning Development in Higher Education (ALDinHE).

Research interests include undergraduate research, technology-enhanced learning, student response systems and transitions into HE. Recent funding awarded has involved projects investigating undergraduate research conferences, the value of academic reading and writing retreats, and the transitions into HE of international students.  

You can catch Chris on Twitter via @drlittle26