Areas of Expertise: Computing and technology
Elaine is our Faculty's Acting Deputy Dean for Student Experience and Academic Lead for Personal Development Tutoring and Ruskin Modules.
Before becoming our Acting Deputy Dean Elaine was Director of Studies and previously led our MSc Information and Communication Technology (Conversion) course and taught on a number of our computing and technology modules. Elaine also acts as our faculty learning lead, employability and customer service champion.
Hobbs, M.H.W., Gordon, M. and Brown, E., 2007. Evaluation of a Virtual World Environment, Learning & Teaching Fellowship.
Brown, E., 2006-08. A framework of Good Practice for the Integration of e-Learning Tools into Lifelong Learning and Teaching. JISC Capital Programme.
Brown, E., Hobbs, M. and Gordon, M., 2008. A virtual world environment for group work. International Journal of Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies, 3(1), pp.1-12.
Hobbs, M., Brown, E. and Gordon, M., 2009. Learning and Assessment with Virtual Worlds. In: Spratt, C. and Lajbcygier, P. (Eds.). E-Learning Technologies and Evidence-Based Assessment Approaches, chapter 4, pp. 55-75. London: IGI Global.
Hobbs, M., Brown, E. and Gordon, M., 2008. Using a Virtual World for Transferable Skills in Gaming Education. In Ipe, M. (Ed.). Virtual Worlds, chapter 7. Hyderabad: Icfai University Press.