Liz has 31 years' experience with the BBC, working mainly on educational programmes, websites (e.g. various microsites on Open2.net, the precursor to OpenLearn), interactive teaching materials and CD-ROMs/DVDs.
Her freelance work includes:
- producing the audio and video assets on various modules for the Open University, eg Exploring the English Language, The Art of English, PARLE, T214, D820, D270, short courses for The Open Business School. More recent work includes managing the archive video and audio for the module Europe 1914-1989: war, peace, modernity (A327) and the Postgraduate Certificate in Healthcare Leadership (B718).
- consultancy for The Innovation Unit (formerly part of the Department for Education and Skills) - the work has included: managing The Innovation Unit website, project management of audio, video and interactive productions and publications, recording audio and video, producing sequences on DVD for presentations, proofing publications, user testing of interactive products.
- taking and preparing photographs and xml inputting on the National College for Teaching and Leadership Learn to Lead and Leadership from the Middle projects for BBC Worldwide Interactive Learning.
Dave worked on the Beagle 2 project where he was in charge of the audio-visual elements. His footage has appeared in national news programmes and BBC documentaries.
He has also produced short video sequences and interviews on the work of the Open University's Planetary and Space Sciences on DVD for use in presentations and at exhibitions.
He has experience of working on general audio-visual material for the Open University.
His graphics have been used in the Rocks from Space website.