Dan  Sutch

Dan Sutch

Head of development research, Nominet Trust from January 2011

Dan Sutch has been head of development research at Nominet Trust, which invests in projects that help communities use the internet effectively, since January 2011.

He has been actively researching education and technology for over ten years as a teacher and a researcher. Before joining Nominet Trust, he was the head of development at Futurelab, where he worked with a range of organisations to create resources to support innovative approaches to teaching and learning.

He is also a Fellow of the RSA.

 

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Digital solutions to tackle youth unemployment

With the current focus on finding ways to support more young people into work, Dan Sutch puts forward the case for alternative work models.

Redesigning social challenges

Dan Sutch says charities need to be thinking about different ways to harness the skills of designers and technologists in order to tackle today's challenges.

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