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Justin Champion

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Justin Champion

 

Professor Justin Champion was educated at Cambridge University. He has taught History at Royal Holloway since 1990 and is currently Head of the department. His research interests cover a range of early modern social, intellectual and cultural themes including the history of the plague, blasphemy and irreligion and the politics of reading. His most recent publication is Republican Learning. John Toland and the crisis of Christian culture, 1696-1722 (Manchester, 2003). His interest in IT and learning technology has been formalised due to his role in the development of the online History BA component of the University of London external degree (since 2001). Acting as both a course developer and Project Manager for the Department of History, he has pursued an interest in both the practical and more theoretical elements of e-learning.

He is also committed to widening participation projects: a keen proponent of public history he has been involved in regular broadcasts on radio and TV. The focus of his current interests in e-learning are on the active use of primary sources in encouraging independent learning.

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