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1.3 Acknowledgements

The Digital Futures in Teacher Education (DeFT) project was undertaken as part of the third phase of the HEA/JISC-funded UK OER programme. We would like to acknowledge the following people and organisations for their contribution to this resource:

Sheffield Hallam University
Project Director: Richard Pountney
Project Manager: Anna Gruszczynska
Principal Investigator: Professor Guy Merchant
Academic Team: Cathy Burnett
Project Officer: Nicky Watts

The University of Sheffield
Academic Lead: Professor Jackie Marsh
Academic Team: Julia Davies and Julia Bishop

Project Evaluation: Julia Gillen, Lancaster University
JISC Programme Management: David Kernohan, JISC
UK Literacy Association (UKLA)

Development of the Open Textbook
Media and Graphics Support: Clare Young and Richard McCarter
Project Research and Editing: Isabelle Brent
Open Textbook Editing: Maxine Pountney
Technical Development: Gwyn Ap Harri, Rob Hadfield and Dan Dammann realsmart
Technical Support for Project Website: Keith Hemsley, Learning Connections
Photographs: Rob Barker, Timm Cleasby and Andrew Chapman

Case Study Development
Bigger Bloom and Camp Cardboard: : Richard Johnson, Sheffield Children’s Festival
E-Safety (and Project Conference): Phil Moore and team, Yorkshire and Humber Grid for Learning
Case Study 1: Jack Todhunter and students and staff of Newman School, Rotherham
Case Study 2: Rob Hobson and students and staff of Halfway Primary School, Sheffield
Case Study 3: Chris Welch and students and staff of Dinninington Comprehensive, Rotherham
Case Study 4: Jim Hildyard and students and staff of Winterhill Comprehensive, Rotherham
Case Study 5: Alice Worthington and Zubida Khatoon and students and staff of Sharrow Nursery School, Sheffield
Case Study 6: Peter Winter and students and staff of Monteney Primary School, Sheffield
Case Study 7: Chris Bailey and students and staff of Bradfield Dungworth Primary School, Sheffield
Case Study 8: Kate Cosgrove  and students and staff of Mundella Primary School, Sheffield
Case Study 9: Christine Bodin and students and staff of Notre Dame High School, Sheffield
Case Study 10: Michael Payton-Greene and students and staff of Wales High School, Rotherham
Case Study 11: Tutors Sarah Butler and students (2011-12) PGCE Secondary English Programme, Sheffield Hallam University
Case Study 12: Tutor Julia Myers and students (2011-12) PGCE Primary Programme, Sheffield Hallam University
Case Study 13: Tutors Mick Connell and Andre Andrey Rosowsky and students (2011-12) PGCE Secondary English Programme, The University of Sheffield
Case Study 14: Pod assistants – Kayleigh Gregory, Jess Warren and Tori Cartwright, The people of Sheffield, Art in the Park

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