Senior Lecturer/TBS Joint Director of Research
Senior Research Fellow
Campbell, K. (2011). Further Education and International Student Transition to Edinburgh Napier University Supporting the Journey with Technology
The Further Education and International Student Transition to Edinburgh Napier University: supporting the journey with technology project aimed to trial the use of a synchrono...
Sambell, K. & Beven, P. (2009). 'I didn't expect to get so much out of it myself': Student perspectives on the relationship between peer mentoring and self assessment. In Hampton, D. & Potter, J. (Eds.). Students supporting students, 15-18. Staff and Educational Development Association (SEDA). ISBN 9781902435480
This paper presents case study research into the student experience of becoming a mentor on an undergraduate Joint Honours programme at Northumbria University. The teaching te...
Perret, C., Powers, S. T., Pitt, J., & Hart, E. (2017). Can justice be fair when it is blind? How social network structures can promote or prevent the evolution of despotism. In T. Ikegami, N. Virgo, O. Witkowski, M. Oka, R. Suzuki, & H. Iizuka (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2018 Conference on Artificial Life
Hierarchy is an efficient way for a group to organize, but often goes along with inequality that benefits leaders. To control despotic behaviour, followers can assess leaders'...
Edinburgh Napier Funded
Having relevant work experience, such as a placement or internship, is valued by employers in the technology sector and can improve employment outcomes for computing graduates. However, gaining good w...