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Professor Hazel Hall PhD MA BA FRSE FHEA FCLIP

Professor of Social Informatics, School of Computing, Edinburgh Napier University, UK
Docent in Information Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Business and Economics, Åbo Akademi, Finland

h.hall@napier.ac.uk
@hazelh (Twitter)
http://about.me/hazelh

Academic Employment Experience 1989-

    • Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh
      • Professor of Social Informatics, 2010-
        • University Research Lead for Equality and Diversity 2016-
        • University Academic Champion for Athena SWAN 2013-2016
      • Library and Information Science Research Coalition, London: secondment as Executive Secretary August 2009-2012 (part-time two days per week)
      • Reader in Social Informatics, 2007-2010
    • Napier University, Edinburgh
      • Senior Lecturer, 2000-2007
      • TFPL Ltd, London: secondment as Advisor supported by a grant from the Royal Academy of Engineering, February-July 2006 (full-time)
      • Lecturer, 1999-2000
    • Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh
      • Lecturer, 1989-1999
      • Placement Tutor 1996-1999
      • International Education Tutor 1990-1996

Academic Employment prior to 1989

Early academic career spent in working in information services at the University of Birmingham, and at Birmingham Polytechnic (now Birmingham City University)

Qualifications

    • PhD Computing, Napier University, 2004
    • MA Library and Information Studies, University of Central England, 1993
    • BA (Special Honours) French, University of Birmingham, 1986
    • Certificat supérieur de la langue française, La Sorbonne, Paris, 1982

External Activities

Memberships held

External duties

Research and consultancy

External awards

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