Elaine is the module leader for the MSc Programmes Internationalisation Consultancy Project modules and teaches International Business across the suite of undergraduate and post graduate courses.
Elaine’s leadership roles at Institutional level include membership of Academic Board and member of the University Shadow Executive Team (USET). She is also a member of the Race Equality Self-assessment team (RECSAT).
Elaine is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA). She is also a NTU champion and assessor for HEA professional recognition. Elaine is an AURORA mentor and a Peer Support contact for the Employee Peer Support Scheme. She mentors staff taking the Academic Professional Apprenticeship Course (APA), and trains staff with the pedagogic use of technologies.
Elaine previously worked at the University of Nottingham as the leader of Undergraduate Information Technology courses within the School of Education. She has also worked as a Lecturer in English as a Foreign Language at Bilkent University in Ankara, Turkey.
Elaine has a PhD in Education (University of Nottingham), M.Ed. in Educational Technology and English Language Teaching (University of Manchester), and BSc (hons) in Biological Sciences (Nottingham Trent University).
- Elaine’s PhD.
- Mentoring approaches to technological innovation within CPD contexts.
- Change agent roles in the process of technological innovation.
- The role of Activity System analysis and contradiction in the innovation process.
Elaine is a member of the International Society of Cultural-historical Activity Research (ISCAR) and actively participates within the UK & Ireland branch.
Elaine is an External Examiner at Bolton University. She was previously an External Examiner at Salford Business School.
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Association for Learning Technology Conference (ALT-C 2010). Held 7–9 September 2010, University of Nottingham, England, UK
ALTC Nottingham Trent University 2011. “Taking the fear out of e-learning: Support through a transferable mentoring model”.
Intercultural Business Communication: Bridging the Workplace and the Classroom
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