Paul Myers joined the BBC in 1995 as a news information researcher.


After moving to the corporation's training division in 1999, he coined the term "blended learning" and developed unique approaches to training and research methodology.


Having worked with computers since 1976, Paul has successfully introduced many technical tools into the world of journalism. He has also helped shape BBC editorial policy on internet research..


Away from training, he has produced online chatrooms, presented items for Watchdog and Click Online and has provided assistance to Panorama, Radio Five Live and many other news, current affairs and consumer programmes.