Theo Kuechel

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Theo Kuechel. MIRANDANET

LinkedIn uk.linkedin.com/in/theokuechel/

Blogs:
The Line it is Drawn: http://theokuechel.blogspot.co.uk/

Thingsmay come…: tmctmg.blogspot.com

Video for Learning: http://www.scoop.it/t/video-for-learning

Digital Curation and Education Project: http://www.scoop.it/t/education-digital-curation-project

Role in HANDSON Project
Theo is responsible for developing the dissemination of the HandsOn project through social media and other communications networks. This includes updating the blog, the Handson_ICT Twitter stream, Google communities, initiating live MirandaMod events and curating photography and media, at, and from the HandsOn meetings and events.

Short BIO
Theo Kuechel is a MirandaNet Senior Fellow developing MirandaNet’s social media presence and the MirandaMod events. He is a consultant, researcher and has recently designed and taught courses in digital media at the University of Hull. He has been a partner on national and international projects on digital content and video for Theo Kuechel is a MirandaNet Senior Fellow developing MirandaNet’s social media presence and the MirandaMod events. He is an educational consultant and researcher who has recently designed and taught courses in digital media at the University of Hull. He has been a partner on national and international projects on digital content and video for JISC, QIA and the EdutubePlus EU eContentplus project. Within the UK he has undertaken research for BECTA and VITAL (Open University), JISC Collections and the University of Hull. Theo was invited to work in Qatar advising ICT Qatar on Qatar’s strategy for digital content. Currently, Theo is working for the EU LLL HandsOn project in which MirandaNet is a partner.

Theo’s research covers digital literacies, social media and learning ecosystems. His expertise is harnessing (Open) digital content, archives, OERs and online video for learning. He has specialist knowledge of Copyright in education including Creative Commons and he has given presentations and workshops on these topics in UK, Ireland, Czech Republic, France, Austria, United Sates, Romania, Belgium, Qatar and Greece.