School of Computing at Edinburgh Napier University is currently recruiting. Please pass on word of these exciting opportunities to work with some great colleagues in one of the most beautiful and liveable cities of the world.
The vacancies are for full-time permanent posts within the Creative and Social Informatics Subject Group at
Edinburgh Napier University. The Creative and Social Informatics Subject Group is one of three focus areas for research and teaching in the School of Computing. My Research Group – the Centre for Social Informatics – is one of the two Research Groups within this Subject Group.
The vacancies are for:
Lecturer in Business Information Technology, salary £40,322 to £49,553, interviews anticipated to take place on 12th March
Professor of Creative and Interactive Computing, salary £64,603 to £73,630, interviews anticipated to take place on 2nd and 9th March
Applications should be made through the
Edinburgh Napier Jobs web pages for the closing date of 11th February 2021 (both posts). Continue reading →
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We are currently advertising two lecturer posts within the Creative and Social Computing Teaching Group within the
School of Computing at Edinburgh Napier University. One is in Interaction Design, and the other Interactive Audio. The closing date for both vacancies is 5th April. Interviews for the Interaction Design position are likely to be held on 21st April, and for Interactive Audio on 27th April. Continue reading →
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Last month I participated at a second McMaster Library Research Symposium. This was hosted along the lines of an inaugural event held on November 3rd 2015.
I was delighted to have the opportunity to renew friendships at the 2017 symposium, make new connections with academics and practitioners from a range of library settings who are interested in library and information science research, and deliver a closing paper on the main findings of the
CILIP/ARA Workforce Mapping Project and the impact of this work to date ( slides for which are available on SlideShare). Continue reading →
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I have recently accepted an invitation to serve on the international programme committee of the 9th Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Conference. Hosted by Drexel University (located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA), the conference takes place next year from 18th to 21st June 2017.
The call for papers will be announced in the autumn. In the meantime, follow
@EBLIP9 on Twitter.