About the Author
Allison Littlejohn is a Dean in the College of Social Sciences at the University of Glasgow, where she Directs a programme of research in Professional and Digital Learning. Throughout her career she has worked in the area of learning innovation, technology, knowledge creation and academic-business partnerships. She envisions bringing together ideas from higher education and industry, encourages cross-sector thinking and working across traditional boundaries between sectors and disciplines to transform the ways professionals learn. Jimmy Jaldemark is an Associate Professor in the Department of Education at Mid Sweden University. His areas of research focus are game-based learning, higher education, learning theory, mobile learning, online supervision, power, socio-cultural perspective, and technology-enhanced learning. Throughout his career, he has worked with the application of these areas in professional development projects at different levels of the educational system.Emmy Vrieling-Teunter is an Assistant Professor of Teachers' Professional Development in Social Networks and Self-Regulation at the Open University of the Netherlands. Her work concentrates on exploring social learning dimensions as well as self-regulated learning processes that facilitate professional development in educational institutes. Her research addresses informal learning, social learning, social media, self-regulated learning, metacognition, reflection and motivation. She has published and presented her research in national and international research journals, books and conferences. Emmy is also Staff Member of the Dutch Interuniversity Center for Educational Research and Editorial Board Member of the Dutch Association for Teacher Educators.Femke Nijland is an Assistant Professor at the Welten Institute, Research Centre for Learning, Teaching, and Technology at the Open University of the Netherlands. Her research focuses on networked learning and value creation. She aims at bridging the gap between educational research and practice, working in close collaboration with teachers and schools at innovative educational projects to stimulate teacher professional development.