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Jill Bradnum

Senior Lecturer

Department: Computer and Information Sciences

EE Jill Bradnum Staffprofile 255I enjoy encouraging the students to think about topics and issues which are important yet often overlooked – and most students relish and enjoy the challenge! I am also involved with teaching academic writing and effective communication skills which are crucial to success both during and after university.

I am the programme leader for Web Design and Development which encourages students to be both creative and academic and which has achieved a high degree of success through the years.  I am also the first year tutor for BSc Computer Science and oversee the new students through their first year of study helping them to transition to university life and academic success.

Outside work I enjoy walking my dog, or getting involved with a variety of hobbies and interests and am currently trying to learn more French when time permits.

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Gender parity in peer assessment of team software development projects, Crick, T., Prickett, T., Bradnum, J., Godfrey, A. 6 Jan 2022, CEP 2022, New York, ACM
  • A preliminary study of peer assessment feedback within team software development projects, Crick, T., Prickett, T., Bradnum, J. 6 Nov 2021, The 53rd Technical Sylmposium on Computer Science Education
  • Tackling Gender Stereotypes in STEM Educational Resources, Dele-Ajayi, O., Bradnum, J., Prickett, T., Strachan, R., Alufa, F., Ayodele, V. 21 Oct 2020, 2020 IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE), Piscataway, IEEE
  • 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


Information Technology MSc September 01 1998

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