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Lynn Danzig

As the learning technologist at Bloomsbury institute, Lynn is focused on staff digital development and learning design frameworks that aim to enhance the learning journey for educators and students.

Previously she worked as a learning technologist at the College of North West London (2014), and Imperial College London (2018), gaining a wide range of experience in fostering the effective use of digital technology to achieve better pedagogy.

Highlights of her earlier experience include working as:

  • a self-employed web developer creating database-driven web apps
  • a senior layout subeditor on a daily newspaper in South Africa
  • an African National Congress activist striving for the demise of the racist and undemocratic apartheid system
  • teaching at secondary school level in Botswana, eSwatini and the ANC school in Tanzania


Lynn is passionate about the potential of digital technology to widen access to education, information, collaboration and innovation. She has drawn great inspiration from the creativity of colleagues and students, both in the institutions where she worked and in the wider edtech sector. The world’s three-billion plus smart phone users are evidence of how we can discover, create and innovate if we have well-designed tools and fantastic communication possibilities.

Lynn is also interested in human rights and democracy podcasts, humour, reading, travelling, film and TV. She has a great love of African wildlife and her favourite travel destination is the Okavango Delta in Botswana.

Qualifications, Affiliations and Memberships

  • I have a BA degree in English and Linguistics
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Computing
  • MicroMasters in Instructional Design and Technology
  • I am a member of the DigiLearn Sector and have been awarded a key contributor badge for delivering a webinar on Power Automate.
  • I have been active in the Digital Innovation Roundtable, a London-based group sharing practice among educators mainly in the Further Education sector and the M25 chapter of the Association for Learning Technology.
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