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Simon Shurville

Member of the Scientific Committee and Organizational Committees, co-editor of Campus Wide Information Systems selected papers issues for 2006 and 2007, presenter, moderator, 2009 keynote writer

Simon has extensive experience of delivery, development, project management, and research of e-learning, information systems and knowledge management in higher education, industry and the public sector.  Until recently he was a Senior Lecturer in Electronically Enhanced Learning at Cranfield University where he has also lectured in knowledge management, organizational learning and human computer interaction. Previously he was:
• Project Director of the Managed Learning Environment at the University of Sussex
• A Senior Business Modeler for Moody’s Risk Management
• Co-Course Director of the UG and PG Certificate/Diploma in Digital Entrepreneurship for SMEs in New Media and UG Certificate/Diploma in Online Tutoring for City University
• Project Manager for E-Learning at iDesk Research Communities
• Project Manager in E-Learning at the University of Oxford
• Research Fellow in Online Learning at the University of Brighton

He is Assistant Editor with responsibility for themed issues for the international journal Campus-Wide Information Systems and recently co-edited a special double issue of the international journal Organizational Transformation and Social Change on ICT-Driven Change in Higher Education.  Simon has now migrated to Australia to join his wife Marian and plans to buy her a troublesome camper van so they can work their way methodically through Mr James Halliday’s Wine Atlas of Australia. He recommends Tapanappa Whalebone Vineyard Wrattonbully Cabernet/Shiraz, Samuel’s Gorge McLaren Flat Temparanillo, Tasmanian camp sites and the buskers at the Fremantle Market Bar. He would like to find a magic door to Samos and McLaren Vale and prop it open with copies of the collected works of Ursula K. Le Guin ... so that Marian and his cat Skippy can always enjoy the sunshine.

More information can be found at http://simonshurville.blogspot.com/

Marcie Boucouvalas

Henk Eijkman

J. Ola Lindberg

Ġorġ Mallia

Peter Mayall

Anders D. Olofsson

Barry O'Grady

Pericles 'asher' Rospigliosi

Jiorgos Sarrigeorgiou




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