School of Education, Communication and Language Sciences

Staff Profiles

Lucy Tiplady

CfLaT Research Associate

Background


Lucy joined the Education section at Newcastle University in 2005 after completing a Graduate Diploma in Psychology and BA (hons) English Studies. 

As a researcher within the Research Centre for Learning and Teaching, Lucy has developed a wealth of experience in project management, research design, literature reviews, qualitative, quantitative, visual and participatory research methods, data analysis and reporting research findings. 

Lucy continues to develop her research interests through involvement in several current research projects.

Research

 

Research Interests

Lucy has worked on a diverse range of projects and evaluations within Education and has developed subject specialisms in the areas of practitioner enquiry and visual and participatory research methods.  Working collaboratively with schools and the wider education community has led to a keen interest in how research methods can be used as tools for enquiry to aid practitioner and student learning.  Lucy has worked with colleagues within CfLaT in exploring the use of visual tools to mediate and enhance interviews and in collaborative and co-produced research with a range of stakeholders.


Research roles

Lucy has worked on a number of research projects in the roles of Principal Investigator, Project Manager and Researcher.  Lucy is a member of the Research Centre for Learning and Teaching and takes an active role in securing research contracts and disseminating research findings. 

Lucy manages the CfLaT Research Tea programme, securing a diverse range of presenters including staff, postgraduate students and invited speakers from academia and practice.

 

Previous research


 

 

Publications