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Mike Keppell is currently
Head, Biomedical Multimedia Unit. He has considerable experience in managing
multimedia units which design and develop educational modules. Mike's
expertise lies in his ability to combine the operational and development
tasks of educational software with the academic study of curriculum, instructional
design and evaluation. Specifically he focusses on processes involved
in optimising the instructional designer-subject matter expert interaction.
Gregor Kennedy is
a research psychologist with the Biomedical Multimedia Unit with particular
interest in educational technology research and evaluation. His research
interests include students' problem-based and self-directed learning and
the role motivation plays in students' learning processes.
Kristine Elliott is
project officer of the Faculty IT Unit. She has been involved in curriculum
innovation through the use of computer-based multimedia since 1993, firstly
in the Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology and then in
the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences. Her extensive
involvement in the conceptualisation and development of triggers for medical
problems, reflects a research focus on the use and design of visual media
for educational purposes.
Peter Harris is Assistant
Dean, (IT and Multimedia) for the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health
Sciences and Director of the Faculty IT Unit with overall responsibilities for the
planning and integration of information and communication technologies into teaching and administration of the Faculty.
He has been responsible for the development of a series of innovative interactive multimedia tutorials in physiology
and is also active in experimental research in physiology and hypertension and in the development of digital imaging
systems for microscopy.