Dr Anna Logan is an Associate Professor at the School of Inclusive and Special Education, ADTL at the Institute of Education, Dublin City University, St. Patrick’s Campus and a Research Fellow at the Higher Education Research Centre (HERC). Prior to working in higher education, Anna spent almost twenty years working as a teacher in mainstream and special schools. Teaching across seven undergraduate and postgraduate teacher education programmes up to and including doctoral programmes, Anna’s areas of teaching interest include communication and language teaching and learning, inclusive curriculum and pedagogy, diversity and special and inclusive education and collaborative practice with a particular focus on teacher/assistant partnership. Anna has supervised almost twenty masters and doctoral research dissertations and received the St. Patrick’s College President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2015.She is Programme Chair of the Masters in Special Educational Needs and Editor of the peer-reviewed Reach Journal of Special Needs Education in Ireland. Anna has conducted, published and presented research relating to many aspects of inclusion, learner voice, and transition. She is currently engaged in research projects relating to collaboration in higher education, teacher/assistant partnership and initial teacher education and continuing professional development for special and inclusive education with a particular focus on blended and online approaches.