Sophie’s current role involves working with staff across the institution to develop their practice using technology for teaching and learning.
Sophie is the technology enhanced learning partner for the faculty of Life Sciences and Education and works very closely with the faculty to develop staff digital capabilities and their teaching practices surrounding TEL.
Sophie has worked has a Learning Technologist in CELT since February 2018.
In addition to her work at USW, Sophie is an Associate Tutor at Cardiff School of Technologies, Cardiff Metropolitan University; where she is also studying her PhD. Sophie’s research focusses on investigating secondary school teacher perceptions, attitudes and experiences relating to the use of technology in their teaching practice in light of the new Welsh Curriculum.
Doctor of Philosophy PhD – ongoing (Cardiff Metropolitan University)
Technologies for teaching and learning
Before starting her early
career in Higher Education, Sophie taught in a number of Further Education
Colleges in Wales delivering on the BTEC and HND in Computing. Sophie taught
mainly on applied computing modules including IT Service Management and Systems
Analysis and Design.
Associate member of the Association for Learning Technology
Fellow of the HEA (Higher Education Academy)
Meace, S. (2019) Working in Partnership with Community Nurses to develop an ePortfolio: a reflection on using OneNote as an ePortfolio tool. (Poster presentation at University of South Wales Annual Learning and Teaching Conference, 2019).
Meace, S, Naamani, C & Carroll, F (2018) Empowering students through an authentic learning environment: How lecturers are creating opportunities for independent learning through the use of technology. Paper presented at ALT-C, Manchester, 2018.
Meace, S., Naamani. C. and Carroll, F. (2018) Building the ‘Connection’ Between the Student, their Peers and the Lecturer: How Social Media can Enhance Student Engagement and Afford Informal Learning Opportunities in EDULEARN18 Proceedings. Parma, Spain July 2nd-4th 2018.
Naamani, C & Meace, S (2017), Bringing out the Best: how working with recent graduates informs and enhances policy and practice in technology enhanced learning. (Poster presentation at Change Agents’ Network conference, Exeter, 2017)