James Pickering




James is interested in pedagogical research which looks at the use of mobile media devices and technology in enhancing the student learning experience across the HE sector. Currently, he is designing and developing a series of educational podcasts and screencasts which address areas of human anatomy. It is his intention to aggregate these resources into smart phone or tablet application eBooks and a website. He has recently received £15000 of funding for this project as part of his University Student Education Fellowship. He is also involved in developing resources for the University’s iTunesU, YouTube Edu and MOOCs projects.


BSc – Sheffield (2005)

PhD – Leeds (2009)

University of Leeds Teaching Award (2011)

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

University Student Education Fellowship (2012)

Highly Commended for the Association of Learning Technology Learning Technologist of the Year (2012)

More info: http://medhealth.leeds.ac.uk/profile/900/968/dr_james_pickering

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Oct 2nd 2017

Discover the human abdomen and how it works. This course will help you identify the positions of organs within the abdomen and will introduce you to common anatomical terminology.

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Mar 6th 2017

Explore the anatomy of the human abdomen and appreciate its clinical importance.

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