Anna Wilson is a Lecturer in Lifelong Learning in the Faculty of Social Sciences. She is a member of both the Professional Education and Teaching Qualification for Further Education teaching teams. Her recent research is in the areas of professional learning and learning to be a professional, informal learning and the ways in which technological artefacts can shape learning opportunities and experiences.
Prior to this, Anna was a nuclear physicist who worked in the US, UK and Australia, ultimately working at the Australian National University for over 12 years. In that context, she won two national teaching awards and co-led a national project on undergraduates' experiences of research. Anna completed her second PhD in Education at the University of Stirling in 2016.