As Professor of Software Engineering in the School of Computing & Communications at the Open University, UK, my teaching interests cover a range of areas including the following:
  • My digital life (TU100), an undergraduate module which introduces students to the basics of computing and communications technologies through the exploration of Ubiquitous Computing.
  • Sense and SenseBoard, a unique ubiquitous computing experimentation kit that allows students to build computer programs that interact with the physical world and online information sources using a visual programming approach.  This is used in by students on My digital life (TU100).
  • Software Engineering (M814), a post-graduate module that covers the essential principles and practices of software engineering.
  • Network Security (T828), a post-graduate module that provides students with knowledge, understanding and practical experience of managing secure communication across a large-scale internetwork.  It also prepares students to sit examinations for the Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA) Security qualification and the  Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) qualification.
I am currently Head of School, and in the past have served as the Qualification Director for the taught postgraduate Computing curriculum, including the MSc in Computing (F66) and it's associated PG Diploma and PG Certificate

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