Jorum Business Development Manager
The University of Manchester
Laura Skilton develops and manages technology-enhanced projects and services to support and improve learning and teaching. This includes Hairdressing Training, Jorum and Augmented Reality projects such as SCARLET (Special Collections using Augmented Reality to Enhance Learning and Teaching). As Jorum Business Development Manager, Laura supports organisations and institutions to exploit Jorum’s technical infrastructure and expertise in finding and sharing Open Educational Resources (OER), using co-funding to develop ‘windows’ onto their resources via Jorum. She also works with a large charity, Cats Protection, on their use of e-learning to train their 7,000 volunteers, including OER development.