Deborah Arnold is national and international projects coordinator at AUNEGe, the French digital university for economics and management. She develops, coordinates and participates in a number of projects on topics such as active learning for soft skills development, open virtual mobility and digital credentials, in addition to national work around resources and frameworks in the discplinary fieldof management studies.
Before joining AUNEGe in September 2018, Deborah ran the educational technology and distance learning department at the University of Burgundy and was in charge of the digital education strategy area of the digital roadmap. Prior to that, she worked for over 10 years as a project manager at Vidéoscop, the audiovisual and multimedia production department of Université Nancy 2. From 2010 to 2016 she served on the Executive Committee of EDEN (European Distance and E-learning Network) and held the position of Vice-President Communication (2015-2016). She is an EDEN Senior Fellow and currently serves on the EDEN Fellows Coucil board.
Deborah has a Masters degree in digital media production, journalism and communication from the University of Burgundy, and is currently completing a PhD on the topic of leadership for technology-enhanced learning in higher education at Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC).