The core project team (undertaking the data collection and analysis) was:
Professor Allison Littlejohn (PhD), Director of the Caledonian Academy and Chair of Learning Technology at Glasgow Caledonian University.
Allison has been Principal Investigator or Senior Scientist on over 50 research projects and has published around 150 academic articles, including three books on Technology-Enhanced Learning. Allison is a Fellow and former Scholar of the Higher Education Academy and has received international fellowships from ASCILITE (Australasia), and the Churchill Trust (UK).
Dr Colin Milligan, a Research Fellow with the Caledonian Academy at Glasgow Caledonian University.
His research focuses on professionals and the personal learning networks they construct to support their learning. At the Caledonian Academy, Colin has been involved in studies exploring learning practices and behaviours in knowledge-intensive organisations and connectivist MOOCs.
Lou McGill, an independent consultant who conducted the interviews.
Throughout the project we received input and course liaison assistance from the course development team at Harvard Medical School. Our contact at Harvard was:
Obiageli Ukadike, an Education Program Developer with Harvard Catalyst in The Harvard Clinical and Translational Science Center.
She received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Boston College and her Master's in Business Administration with a double concentration in non-profit management and Entrepreneurship from Simmons. She is also the Co-founder and Director of Program & Development for a small Boston-based non-profit, The WaWa Project, tasked with the mission of renovating elementary and middle schools in Ghana, West Africa, to be handicap accessible.