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Lynne Conniss

Assistant Professor

Department: Computer and Information Sciences

After working on various web and interactive application development projects, I joined Northumbria University as a researcher working in the area of image data research, working largely on cognitive modelling and evaluation of image retrieval systems. Now a Senior Lecturer, I teach on a number of programmes in the area of creative digital media and beyond.

Lynne Conniss

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • An investigation of anonymous and spoof SMS resources used for the purposes of cyberstalking, Horsman, G., Conniss, L. 1 Jun 2015, In: Digital Investigation
  • Investigating evidence of mobile phone usage by drivers in road traffic accidents, Horsman, G., Conniss, L. Mar 2015, In: Digital Investigation
  • Focusing on feedback for feed forward - working in partnership, Conniss, L. 1 Apr 2009, North East Regional Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Conference
  • Learners informing teaching, Smailes, J., Conniss, L., Gannon-Leary, P., Burton, L. Jul 2009, 2nd Institutional Research Conference: Building a Community for Institutional Research in the UK and Ireland
  • Virtual mentor: An innovation in student support, Smailes, J., Gannon-Leary, P., Laing, C., Conniss, L. 6 Nov 2008, Making Connections Conference 2008

Information Management MSc June 30 1995


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