About

With well over a decade of experience in learning design, delivery, and development, Liz Hudson loves being a learning designer. Originally from the West Midlands, but now based in northern Scotland, Liz set up Lexedio primarily to support others who either want to become instructional designers or are already involved in some aspects of digital learning design. 

Liz has in-depth experience of face-to-face training, e-learning development, and learning technology across a range of contexts, including corporate, commercial, and higher education. She holds Certified Membership of the Association for Learning Technology (CMALT) and is a member of the Association of Scottish Businesswomen. She led the design and development of digital learning experiences for UK local authorities, British Gymnastics, Coventry University, the University of the Highlands and Islands, plus a variety of freelance and voluntary projects. Liz engages with experts across the online learning and education sector to develop high quality content and learning materials on a broad range of instructional design topics.

You can follow Liz on Twitter @lizlovelearn or on LinkedIn.

Current projects

Beyond GDPR: promoting privacy-literate learning and teaching in further and higher education is an ongoing project which aims to provide a free and open package of guidance and training on the use of non-institutional technologies to the HE/FE sector. For background information, see the New Literacies Project site.

Consultancy services

Liz offers bespoke consultancy including Lunch ‘n’ learn and Supper Sessions by video conference for individuals and teams who need support outside of typical business hours.

Charities and non-profit organisations should get in touch to discuss potential collaboration.

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Pedagogy

Pedagogy is generally defined as the art, science and craft of teaching. The first pedagogues were Greek slaves who were responsible for caring for and instructing their masters’ children. In fact, the Greek origin of the word means ‘to lead the child’.

So, pedagogy may also be considered to be about nurture and pastoral care, as well as teaching. Despite the reference to children, the term is used fairly comfortably in adult education contexts. However, andragogy, which translates as ‘to lead the man’, may be used to refer specifically to the teaching of adults.

A number of related and derivative terms may be used to define particular fields of pedagogical interest, including digital pedagogycritical pedagogy, and heutagogy.