Sue Timmis is Reader in Education at the School of Education, University of Bristol where her role involves research and teaching. Sue’s research is about students’ lived experience of higher education in a changing world. Over the last ten years she has focused on the use of digital technologies, social practices and learning in higher education and more recently on widening participation, diversity and social justice in the UK and now expanding into Global South, post-colonial contexts through SARiHE. Prior to this, she led a UK longitudinal study (2013 –2015) on the relationship between digital diversity, learning and belonging (DDlab) amongst under-represented undergraduates in HE. She has pioneered co-researcher, participatory methods, working alongside undergraduate students. Sue has been PI and Co-I on many large scale, multi-site national and international collaborative research projects funded by European Union, Higher Education Funding Council, Chinese and Chilean Ministries of Education.

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