Newly published: version 10 of the Centre for Social Informatics flyer (February 2020)

Centre for Social Informatics bannerWe have a newly updated Centre for Social Informatics flyer (version 10, no less!) Please follow the link to read about the work of our group, including details of research expertise, funders, recent PhD completions, and recent publications. The flyer includes profiles of the academic and research staff within our group:

  • Professor Hazel Hall
  • Dr David Brazier
  • Pritam Chita
  • Peter Cruickshank
  • Dr Wegene Demeke
  • Dr David Haynes (newly appointed to Edinburgh Napier University this term)
  • Dr Laura Muir
  • Dr Bruce Ryan
  • Dr Frances Ryan
  • Dr Colin Smith
  • Dr Ella Taylor-Smith
  • Dr Gemma Webster

Also profiled are our current research students:

  • Najla Alamri, studying interactive education for female students in Saudi Higher Education
  • Leo Appleton, who defended his PhD thesis on the value and impact of UK public libraries in the Information Society in December and is expected to graduate in July 2020, subject to approval of his thesis corrections
  • Iris Buunk, studying tacit knowledge sharing in the public sector
  • Lynn Killick, studying the future of the population census and its role in informing the good society
  • John Marshall, studying work-based learning environments (WBLE) for fostering industry-relevant skills and optimal economic performance (currently in year 1 of his 1+3 PhD programme)
  • Marina Milosheva, studying career information literacy and career decision-making skills of young people (currently in year 1 of her 1+3 PhD programme)
  • Lyndsey Middleton, who defended her thesis on workplace learning and innovative work behaviour in December and is expected to graduate, subject to approval of her thesis corrections
  • Rachel Salzano, studying the influence of culture on the use of public library resources amongst immigrant and refugee populations (just joined us in October 2019)
  • Katherine Stephen, studying workplace metaskills development

Many thanks to Dr Frances Ryan for the initial design of the flyer, and for updating the information for this version.

Dr David Haynes and Dr Colin Smith

Dr David Haynes (newly appointed to the Centre for Social Informatics) and Dr Colin Smith

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