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Emma Anderson

Senior Lecturer

Department: Computer and Information Sciences

After working as a web and database programmer on Oracle applications at a software house in Newcastle, I joined the University as a Senior Lecturer in Computing in 2002.  

My teaching responsibility lies principally in web development and database programming.

I have research interests in computer aided learning, student group work, group assessment and peer mentoring.

A full list of my publications is available on Northumbria Research Link

Qualifications

  • Information Systems MRes October 30 2006
  • Information Systems MSc September 01 1999
  • English Language BA (Hons) September 01 1996
  • Other (please specify) British Computer Society (BCS) 2012
  • Senior Fellow (SFHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2004

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Evolving Ensemble Models for Image Segmentation Using Enhanced Particle Swarm Optimization, Tan, T., Zhang, L., Lim, C., Fielding, B., Yu, Y., Anderson, E. 29 Mar 2019, In: IEEE Access
  • Improving professionalism in first year computer science students: Teaching what can't be taught, Keogh, S., Bradnum, J., Anderson, E. 9 Jan 2019, Proceedings of the 3rd Conference on Computing Education Practice, ACM
  • "Learning the ropes" through a new approach to mentoring, Smailes, J., Lejk, E., Beautyman, W., Tudor, J. Apr 2012, 9th ALDinHE Conference “Learning Development in a digital age”
  • Is virtual mentoring the way forward?, Smailes, J., Lejk, E. 28 Mar 2012, What Works? Student Retention and Success Conference 2012
  • Management of cultural diversity in group assessment for learning, Lejk, E. May 2008


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