Professor Schulz’s studio was established in 2010 to allow explore the use of digital video technology in education settings. Today it is a well-equipped studio, complete with lighting, 4K cameras and professional video editing facilities, producing learning resources for the school and faculty.
Professor Schulz teaches on a wide variety of MSc and Doctoral programmes within the school, in the areas of eLearning, Education Management and Research Methods. He is currently developing an online Masters programme for the school. His research approach stems from his interest in social psychology particularly social cognition – the role that cognitive processes play understanding the social world.
- Schulz, J. (2017). Visual research methods in educational research. International Journal of Research & Method in Education, 40 (3), 327-328.
- O’Riordan, T., Millard, D. E., & Schulz, J. B. (2016). How should we measure online learning activity? Research in Learning Technology, 24, 1-28.