The project has been initiated by a group of colleagues at Coventry University’s Disruptive Media Learning Lab, but aims to involve a much wider community of contributors from all over the world.

Daniel Villar-Onrubia, PhD

I work at Coventry University’s Disruptive Media Learning Lab (DMLL) as Principal Innovation Lead. My work focuses on the adoption of digital practices and cultures within Higher Education, with a special interest in Open Education, online media literacies and Internet-based intercultural collaborations. One of the most interesting things I am doing as part of my current role is to lead on the development of a Domains of One’s Own (DoOO) initiative.

Cohort A // @drdvo // @villaronrubia

Lauren Heywood

I work at Coventry University’s Disruptive Media Learning Lab (DMLL) where I support educators to rethink traditional approaches to teaching and learning. This includes the development and community management of Coventry.Domains (a Domain of One’s Own initiative), the Lab’s work around Open Badges, and a number of open learning resources. I am interested in open education practices and how emerging technologies can support life-long learning.
Cohort A // @laurenheywood

Luca Morini, PhD

I am a Research Associate at the Disruptive Media Learning Lab of Coventry University. I hold a Master’s Degree in Psychology and a Doctorate in Education and Communication, obtained researching into the social, cultural and pedagogical dynamics which occur in Do-It-Yourself amateur game design communities. My main areas of interest are participatory cultures (especially game cultures), critical pedagogy, and systems thinking. I have experience in qualitative research methodologies, particularly in participatory research and ethnography, seamlessly transversing online and offline spaces.
Cohort A / @lucamorini11