Dr Teeroumanee Nadan brings you a space where you can depend you knowledge and interest in Higher Education via articles and blogs around inclusivity, digital education and internationalisation mainly. Teeroumanee also presents a roadmap to designing and building institutional antiracism within UK Higher Education. This is a project she undertook over the years and has put together for others to use freely. There are also the odd blog posts about justiceology and ethics.
Teeroumanee founded the Women in Academia Network at the University of Reading, which later became the Women Network. She currently sits in the first committee for anti-racists in learning technologies in the UK, and is the Co-Chair of the first Special Interest Group under the Association of Learning Technologies. Early in her career, Teeroumanee worked as a Tutor for differently-abled students, working with students having both physical and mental challenges. She also worked for an English for speakers of other languages programme at the Reading College. These developed her interest and experience in equity.
Her experience baggage also includes being a software engineer at Infosys, Communication Assistant, Learning Technologist and working on digital projects. Her academic background is IT, Biological Sciences and Education. Most recently, she started to specialise in justiceology, equity and ethics.
Teeroumanee is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA). She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems from the University of Mauritius, a Master’s degree Network and Ebusiness Centred Computing from the University of Reading, Aristotelio Panepistimio Thessalonikis and Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and a PhD in Computer Science interdisciplinary Biological Sciences and Education from the University of Reading. She has undertaken NLP courses at the University of Oxford and holds a specialisation certification in Strategic Leadership and Management Specialisation from the University of Illinois.