Steven William Priddis

Steven William Priddis



Thesis title: “Digitally Confident” doesn’t necessarily mean “Digitally Competent”: building in digital literacy tocurriculum design

Start year: 2018


Research topic

Higher Education in the UK is undergoing a very dynamic and fast pace of change. The needs of our 'Customers' (both students and employers), must be at the forefront of our minds in order to stay relevant and to remain an ‘Institution of choice’.

For the University to maintain its competitive advantage, we need to be able to think laterally and to be creative in the design and delivery of our study materials to ensure that they are engaging across a diverse range of student learning styles and individual student learning paces.


Student Engagement, Attainment, Digital Competency, On-Line Learning resources

General research interests

Pedagogical practice, Learning resources, Student engagement, Curriculum design.

Academic and professional training

  • Diploma in Shopping Centre Management, Reading 1991
  • BSc (Estate Management), Reading 1994
  • MBA De Montfort 2001
  • Professional Diploma in Management Consulting 2013
  • Chartered Manager, Chartered Management Institute 2015
  • PCTHE, Oxford Brookes 2017