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Appendix 3. Contributors
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Kathy joined the LTDI team in August 1995 as Implementation Consultant
for Health Sciences. She is on part time secondment from the Department
of Communication and Information Studies at Queen Margaret College,
Edinburgh where she is a lecturer in Information Management and
Technology. Kathy has various research interests including the
development and use of computer based learning material and the
use of computer user groups.
Philip is currently employed on the TLTP project Project Varsetile
at the University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA, SCOTLAND, where
he concentrates on evaluation issues. Philip is also the prime
contact for ELTHE (Evaluation of Learning Technology in Higher
Education - self-help group) which holds a e-mail discussion list
and a collection of articles relating to evaluation and organises
evaluation workshops. The group's world wide web page is at,
http://annick.stir.ac.uk/elthe/. To join the group subscribe to
ELTHE at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Steve is based in the Department of Psychology, University of
Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ. Steve got his PhD in Artificial Intelligence
at Sussex University, and then worked with Don Norman in San Diego,
where he began his work on Human Computer Interaction. More lately
he developed an additional interest in the application of computers
to learning, and led the evaluation group on the TILT project
at Glasgow, which developed the method of "Integrative Evaluation".
Jen joined LTDI in 1995, as an Implementation Consultant for the
Biological Sciences & Psychology, from her previous post in
the Department of Biology at Napier University. Jen obtained her
PhD jointly from the University of Glasgow & Napier University,
in ways of developing higher level cognitive skills in biology
undergraduate students. Jen also worked on three enterprise projects
in the areas of student study skills development and group assessment
Sue works part time at LTDI as an implementation consultant specialising
in the areas of modern languages & the metropolitan area networks
(MANs). Sue has taught French & Spanish for some 25 years,
with and without technology, having been involved in the classroom
use, design, development and evaluation of computer-based language
learning software since 1981.
e-mail: email@example.com (or firstname.lastname@example.org)
Rupert was seconded to LTDI for 1994/95 as Implementation Consultant for Economics and Business. He has since returned to the Department of Agricultural Economics and Management, University of Reading,
4 Earley Gate, Whiteknights Road, Reading, RG6 2AR. Rupert is
a lecturer in agricultural economics, specialising in the teaching
and research of agricultural and food marketing issues.
e-mail: email@example.com or Rupert.Loader@rdg.ac.uk
Nora joined LTDI in August 1994 as an implementation support consultant
in the subject area of mathematics and statistics, and in August
1995 assumed the role of LTDI Development Officer. Nora moved
from the Occupational Therapy division at The Queen's College
Glasgow, now part of Glasgow Caledonian University. Previously
Nora taught maths, computing and outdoor education for six years
before studying for an MSc in industrial mathematics at Strathclyde.
Roger is the LTDI Project Director and Director of the Learning
Technology Centre, Heriot-Watt University, which incorporates
the Institute for Computer Based Learning (ICBL). Roger holds
a PhD from Nottingham University and a teaching qualification
from Moray House College of Education. Having taught for 8 years
at a secondary school Roger became a Curriculum Development Officer
in Computing Studies for the Advisory Service of Lothian Region's
Department of Education in 1990-91, developing and disseminating
new materials for the Computing Studies curriculum and organising
courses for teachers on the uses of technology in teaching and
learning. Roger joined ICBL in April 1991.
At the time of writing his contribution Alan was Reader in the
Department of Accountancy, University of Aberdeen. Alan has recently
moved to Queen's University of Belfast as Professor of Accounting.
In addition to his accounting interests Alan has long been interested
in the use of computers in teaching and is editor of the New Review
of Applied Expert Systems (previously The International Journal
of Applied Expert Systems)
Greg joined LTDI as Implementation Consultant for Management &
Business in 1995 on secondment from Department of Accounting &
Finance, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8LE, where he is a
lecturer in accounting and information systems. Having studied
accounting, finance and operational research at the University
of Lancaster Greg qualified as a chartered accountant in 1981,
moving to Glasgow after a year lecturing at Southampton University.
Greg has been using LT in his teaching since 1983.
e-mail: G.Stoner@accfin.gla.ac.uk or firstname.lastname@example.org
Helen joined the LTDI team in 1994 as Implementation Consultant
specialising in Generic Issues, particularly assessment and evaluation.
Helen is on part time secondment from her role within the Staff
Development Service, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ. Helen
has also contributed to Glasgow University's institutional TLTP
project, TILT, as chair of the dissemination group a member of
the steering group and in the evaluation and staff training unit.
Helen has worked in computing and teaching for over 20 years and
is actively involved in the British Computer Society.
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