The aim of the project was to promote Computing as an option for those either choosing their subjects when leaving school or considering a career change. As such, the Women into Computing section is aimed at both undergraduate and postgraduate markets.Read More »Women into Computing section for Edinburgh Napier
In my post on flexible working in June 2017 I mentioned work I’d done for Harlaw Hydro. This community-based, crowd-funded hydro electric scheme has a small generator installed at the outflow of Harlaw Reservoir near Balerno, Scotland.
I was involved in the development of the Harlaw Hydro website used to raise awareness of, and funds for, the project.
With the pump in place, they were keen to display the power being generated.Read More »Harlaw Hydro: a case study in collaborative working
I’ve now completed the two remaining videos for the Armed Forces section of the Edinburgh Napier website. Further to interviews with Duncan, Fiona, Gary and Jamie I spoke to Claire Biggar, Executive Assistant to the Principal & Vice Chancellor, and Bob Wright, Director for Enterprise and Innovation in the School of Health and Social Care.Read More »Final Armed Forces videos
I’ve been working with the School of Computing at Edinburgh Napier University on some priority projects since July. These include raising the profile of women in computing and promoting newly launched Graduate Level Apprenticeships available from the school.Read More »New videos for the School of Computing
Airdrie Baptist Church recently appointed Kirsty Lee as their new Youth Worker and I filmed a short interview to introduce her to the congregation.
These videos contribute to a broader role I perform of promoting the church, including administering their website and social media channels and producing leaflets and posters for groups and events.Read More »Filming an interview for Airdrie Baptist
I spent much of June and July 2017 developing a new section on the Edinburgh Napier website covering the work it is doing with the Armed Forces. Having signed the Armed Forces Covenant in 2016, it committed to ensuring those coming from Service, or currently serving, are not disadvantaged in terms of access to education and work within the organisation.
The University is developing education pathways for those leaving the Armed Forces, particularly those from lower ranks, and are reviewing HR policies to support Reservists.It is also developing a mentorship programme to help veterans with the wider transition to civilian life.
The University was presented with the bronze award from the Armed Forces Covenant Employer Recognition Scheme in June 2016 in recognition of this work.Read More »Developing a section for the Armed Forces