Nick Rushby - Editor-in-Chief
Nick Rushby is a visiting professor at the Institute of Education and Psychology at Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University. He has been working in the area of educational and training technology for over 45 years. Following a first degree in Electronic Engineering, he studied at Imperial College in Computer Science, specialising in artificial intelligence applications in computer assisted learning. He holds a Diploma in Teaching and Course Management in Higher Education from the London Institute of Education. During his career he has coordinated projects for the National Development Programme in Computer Assisted Learning, directed an international information centre for the use of computers in education and training, led multimedia training activities for PA Consulting Group, and headed the engineering team developing a novel multimedia advertising system for airports and subway environments. He has worked with a wide variety of clients in most business sectors and at all levels of their organisations including consulting at board level. Nick is the author of numerous papers on various aspects of learning technology and most recently is the co-editor of the Wiley Handbook of Learning Technology. He has been a journal editor for 37 years, firstly for Programmed Learning and Educational Technology, then for Interactive Learning International and, for the past 22 years, for the British Journal of Educational Technology – a post which he held until December 2015. His current interests are in helping early career researcher to understand scholarly publishing, and in promoting open data in educational research.
Scopus Author ID: 6602924113
ORCID ID 0000-0002-2379-1402
Daria Khanolainen - Assistant Editor
Daria Khanolainen has always been involved in the field of education. Having graduated from Karelian State Pedagogical Academy in 2010 she went on to serve as a design teacher in a comprehensive school in Petrozavodsk, Russia. In 2015-2016 she took a Master’s degree in Education Management at King’s College London. Upon her return to Russia she assumed a role of a research associate at the Institute of Psychology and Education (Kazan Federal University). Her main academic interests lie in the areas of teacher education, quality assurance in education and educational policy.