Drew Feeney
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Drew Feeney

Student Experience


Drew is a PhD student in Applied Informatics at the School of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment.

He is a graduate of the University of Strathclyde, where he gained an MSc in Information & Library Studies and a BA (Hons) in History, and the University of Edinburgh where he gained a PgCert in Digital Education.

He is currently working on a doctoral study focusing on user-led approaches to developing digital literacies in older adults within public libraries.

Drew’s Director of Studies is Dr. David Brazier, and his supervisors are Dr. Frances Ryan and Dr. Gemma Webster (University of Dundee).


Membership of Professional Body

  • CILIP Information Literacy Group - UK Public Libraries Representative
  • Media & Information Literacy Community of Practice - Working Group member
  • COST Action - Participatory Research Approaches with Older Adults - Working Group member


Current Post Grad projects