Joanne Law

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Lecturer in E-Business

Department of Marketing and Enterprise

Contact Details

email: joanne.law@worc.ac.uk
tel: 01905 54 2906

Joanne has taught and researched topics relating to both Computing and Business for several years, after graduating with a computing degree and later completing a Masters in Business Management. She now has a keen interest in combining Business and Technology to provide innovative solutions.

She has several years experience of lecturing in higher education and is dedicated to bringing employability to the heart of her lectures, which is made possible with the inclusion of guest speakers, field trips and real-world projects.

Her teaching experience includes E-Business, Marketing and Advertising modules, as well as Web Development and programming, in previous years. She holds a PGCert higher education teaching qualification and is currently researching for her doctoral (PhD) study in the field of open source intelligence and recruitment.

 

Teaching & Research

Teaching Interests

E-Business

Business Management

Marketing, Advertising and Communications

UX design


Research Interests

Online recruitment and selection

Trust relationships

Open source intelligence

Web usability and accessibility

Publications

Publications

Kuzma, J. and Robinson, A and Dobson, K and Law, J (2018) ’Practical Pedagogy for Embedding Drone Technology into a Business and Computing Curriculum’.Journal of Education and Human Development, 7 (3). pp. 1-9. ISSN 2334-296X 

Kuzma, Joanne and Law, Joanne and Bell, Viv and Williams, N. (2017) A Study of Global Hospital Websites for Accessibility Compliance. European Journal of Business and Social Sciences, 6 (6). pp. 15-28. ISSN 2235 -767X

Law, J and Preston, S (2017) Enhancing student learning experiences through industry engagement [Poster presentation]. Exhibited at Beyond Boundaries, University of Worcester Annual Learning, Teaching & student Experience conference. 15-16 June 2017.

Barnes S and Law J (2014) Technology Enhanced Learning: The role of the Summon interface (a final year Computing project) poster presentation.

Qualifications

PG Cert in Higher Education
MSc in Management and Human Resources
BSc in Computing