- Higher Education
- Critical Disability Studies
- Digital Accessibility
- Social Media Research
Accepting applications from PhD students.
Sarah first joined the School of Education as a Research Fellow at the National Centre for Research Methods.
Prior to academia, Sarah has worked supporting disabled students’ access to education and technology in both secondary and higher education, and the public sector. She holds an MA in Research Methods (Distinction) and a PhD from the Learning Sciences Research Institute at the University of Nottingham. During her doctoral studies, Sarah investigated how networked publics such as Facebook create and alter experiences of disability using advanced accessible, digital research methods.
Following her PhD, Sarah has worked as a researcher on the MyUI Project, an EC project developing interactive design for older users; and as a post-doctoral research associate in student experience at King’s College London.