Professor Terry Mayes is an Emeritus Professor at Glasgow Caledonian University. He is currently engaged by the Higher Education Academy as leader of EDSuT, the Evaluation and Dissemination Support Team for the HEA/JISC e-learning Benchmarking and Pathfinder programmes. He was the formative evaluator/Critical Friend for the Benchmarking Pilot programme that concluded in July 2006.
He is also currently acting as e-pedagogy advisor on the Scottish e-learning Transformation Project TESEP (Transforming and Enhancing the Student Experience through Pedagogy) as well as advisor for the Scottish QAA Enhancement Theme for the first year experience.
Terry Mayes has a long experience as both researcher and practitioner in learning technology. During the late 1990s Terry Mayes led collaborative projects funded through the UK Research Councils (both ESRC and EPSRC) involving research on the educational potential of vicarious learning. His recent research involves a study, funded through the ESRC TLRP, of the learning cultures in FE, and he has been a consultant for the JISC-funded LEX (Learner Experience) project. He has published widely on pedagogical aspects of learning technology. He was the co-chair for ALT-2006.
Recently Terry has been appointed as an ALT Ambassador.