The principal areas of research within the CCTA are the broad areas of Psychology and Technology. Within these broad headings the following subthemes are to the fore at present, Human Technology Interaction (including accessibility, cyberpsychology and assistive technology) and Learning (including pedagogy, eLearning and mLearning).
In line with our view of Creative Technologies as people-centred technology in a digital environment, all of our work seeks to put the person at the centre of our research and many projects include psychologists and technologists working in teams. Examples of recent work in these areas is listed under the Projects tab. In time we plan to develop some research in all the areas of the schools remit as our courses mature with the addition of level 8 and 9 offerings.