Niall McNulty

I’m deeply passionate about education and an unabashed tech enthusiast. Most of my career has been dedicated to the ever-changing world of educational publishing and digital learning. And it’s not just a job for me—it’s more of an all-consuming interest. The joy I find in developing educational tools that spark curiosity in students and ease the burden on teachers is indescribable.

I’ve had the good fortune to collaborate closely with education ministries and non-profit organisations. Leading some truly talented teams, we’ve worked hard to create meaningful blended learning resources and captivating digital courses.

When I’m not engrossed in my latest ed-tech project, you’ll likely catch me exploring the newest tech gadgets or jotting down fresh ideas to make learning a captivating adventure. Because, to me, learning shouldn’t be a mundane task—it should be the most exciting journey one can embark on.

Current Projects with Cambridge University Press and Assessment

Coding & Robotics – I’m currently developing resources for the new CAPS Coding and Robotics curriculum in South Africa. Working with teachers and subject-matter specialists, we are putting together textbooks, teacher resources, educational videos and teacher-training workshops.

ICT Skills for Teachers – Working with computing teacher Matt Hains, we’ve developed a comprehensive digital skills training programme for African teachers. The programme includes a comprehensive textbook and a face-to-face workshop. The first module is now available, with the following two modules in development.

Read Along Audio Books in African Languages – I manage the digital department at Cambridge and we have set up an audio studio in the office. We are currently recording audio versions of our African language readers to publish read along e-books.

Developing a series of video-led, self-directed online courses for professional development for educators. These will be published to Snapplify’s platform, a key digital learning partner in Africa for Cambridge.

Personal Projects

For my professional profile, please visit LinkedIn/niallmcnulty.

For my latest CV, click here.

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