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Amy Aisha Brown

Amy Aisha Brown

Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) Manager


Amy Aisha (Amy for short) has an MA in Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching from the University of Nottingham Ningbo, China, a PG Diploma in Japanese from the University of Sheffield, and an MA (Hons) in Ancient History and Archaeology from the University of St Andrews. She has also conducted research and published in the areas of Education and Sociolinguistics.

Before joining King’s Foundations, Amy Aisha was working as the TEL Manager for a Scottish university. In that position, she led a team of learning technologists to support the provision and administration of core learning technologies and to support staff and students in the use of those technologies. She came to learning technologies from a teaching background and has experience teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students in English Language and Literature, Linguistics, English for Academic Purposes, and Digital Skills. She has developed and delivered courses face-to-face and in various online modes, including fully asynchronous offerings.

One of Amy Aisha’s key drivers is making learning technologies and related teaching practices accessible, which includes a recent interest in how generative AI enabled tools can offer opportunities for making education more accessible. She also has a related interest in how technology and communication collide in educational settings.

In her free time, Amy Aisha likes learning languages and exploring new recipes.