Kerri McCrory is a Research Fellow in the Knowledge and Data Engineering Group at Trinity College Dublin. Kerri is pursuing a PhD focused on Intelligent Assessment and Learning Personalisation in Adaptive Educational Systems and holds a BSc and MSc in Computing and Creative Technologies from the University of Ulster. Kerri was previously employed as a Research Associate in the Serious Games and Virtual World team within the University. 


  •  14 co-authored publications relating to online teaching and learning 2008-2014
  • STEM Ambassador 2014
  •  EdTech participant on a U.S State Department’s Innovation Fund exchange program 2014
  • Department of Employment and Learning Scholarship Award 2011-2014
  • Best Poster Award at University of Ulster Research Awards 2012
  • Poster Presentation at SET for Britain exhibition in the House of Commons 2012
  • Best Overall Student (MSc Computing and Creative Technologies) 2010
  • Times Higher Education Awards Outstanding ICT Initiative of the Year Team Nomination 2010
  • Co-founder of the first virtual world national workshop on teaching and learning in Northern Ireland 2009 and 2010


Games Based Learning, Intelligent Assessment, Learner Personalisation, Intelligent Tutoring Systems, Intelligent Techniques in E-Learning, Virtual Learning Environments, Hardware Integration


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