Teaching

Teaching and Programme Management:

 

Programme Leadership/Management:

2014-15: Management and Re-Validation/Review of BA (Hons) Creative Media Practice (Bath Spa University)

2013-14: Management and Validation of BSc (Hons) Creative Computing (Bath Spa University)

2013-14: Management and Validation of BA (Hons) Film, TV and Digital Production (Bath Spa University)

2011-12: Management and Validation of SMARTlab Practice-based PhD (University College Dublin)

2009-10: Management and Review of all Digital Media programmes: BSc (Hons) Pathways (University of Greenwich)

2014-date: Programme Leader: Creative Digital Media Suite of Programmes: BA (Hons) Creative Media Practice, BSc (Hons) Creative computing and MSc Creativity Technology and Enterprise (Bath Spa University)

2011-13: Programme Leader: MA Education: Creative Technology Innovation (University College Dublin)

2007-11: Programme Leader: BSc (Hons) Digital Animation and Production (University of Greenwich)

2007-08: Management of Validation document leading to validation of: BSc (Hons) Animation (University of Greenwich)

2004-05: Programme Leader: ND Design (NESCOT)

 

Under-Graduate Teaching:

Bath Spa University (2013 – date):

Media Cultures (year 2), 60 students: lecture, seminar : course contributor – 3hrs/week

Digital Natives (year 1), 35 students: lecture, lab and tutorial : course leader – 3hrs/week

Digital Cultures (year 2), 20 students: lecture, lab and seminar : course leader – 4hrs/week

Ideation and Creative Problem-solving (year 1), 12 students: lecture, lab and seminar : course leader – 2hrs/week

Project supervision (BA, MA and PhD), 7-12 students per academic year course contributor – 3hrs/week

 

University of Greenwich (2007 – 2011):

Digital Media Production (year 2), 100 students: lecture, lab and tutorial : course leader – 4hrs/week

3D Animation (year 2), 80 students: lecture, lab and seminar : course leader – 3hrs/week

Advanced Animation (final year), 20 students: lecture, lab and seminar : course leader – 3hrs/week

Digital Creativity and Digital Futures (final year), 30-60 students: lecture and seminar : course contributor – 2hrs/week

Media Programming (year 2), 20-30 students: lecture and seminar : course contributor – 2hrs/week

Double Project (Film and TV / Animation and Games Final year dissertation), 60 students: lecture, seminar, supervision

 

Post-Graduate Teaching:

University of Greenwich (2007 – 2011):

Project supervision (MSc and MA), 3-5 students per academic year course contributor – 2-3hrs/week

Digital Design, 10 students: lecture, lab and seminar : course leader – 3hrs/week

Digital Technology, 15 students: lecture, lab and seminar : course leader – 3hrs/week

Research Methods, 20 students: lecture and seminar : course leader – 3hrs/week

Assessment and Feedback, 15-20 students: seminar and tutorial : course contributor – 2hrs/week

 

University College Dublin (2011 – 2013):

Creative Technology Innovation, 15-25 students: lecture and seminar : course leader – 3hrs/week

Research Methods, 16 students: lecture and seminar : course contributor – 3hrs/week

 

PhD TeachingLiepaja University and University of Riga (Latvia) (2014-date):

Methodology and Methods, lecture and seminar

Working with participants: issues and contexts, lecture and seminar

 

Project SupervisionUndergraduate: Successfully supervised over 80 students

Postgraduate: Successfully supervised over 15 students

PhD: currently second supervisor for 2 students

 

University of Liepaja & University of Riga (Doctoral / PhD):

Anna Trapenciere: Technology tools to develop intimate communication – 2016 (expected)

Signe Pucena: Art in residency; the impact and characteristics of cultural art – 2016 (expected)

 

University College Dublin (postgraduate; a selection):

Zoe Mannix, MA: The use of ICT in schools: an Irish teachers perspective – June 2012

Catherin Wayne, MA: Interactive White boards used to encourage collaboration – June 2012

Clara Nevin, M.Ed.Psych: The role of interactive media in schools to enable children with autism to communicate – 2012

Kate Hughes, MA Education: Dyslexia in Schools: A teachers perspective – 2012

 

University of Greenwich (undergraduate; a selection):

Martyn Broadhead, BSc (Hons): How character emotions are transmitted using simplicity and iconic features – Sep 11

Shwan Khalid Mohammed, BSc (Hons): 3D Character Motion and Body Mechanics – Sep 2011

 

University of Greenwich (postgraduate; a selection):

Raniah Adham, MSc: The Impact of Applied e-learning in Saudi Arabia – Sep 2011

Ali Khalid, MSc: Designing an Online Course: The Forts of Oman – Sep 2009

Zoe Azhdari, MSc: Designing Digital Media Tools for children; methods and approaches – Sep 2007

Michael Yu, MSc: The role of programming in designing interactive media platforms – Sep 2007

 

Some examples of student work can be found via this link

Some examples of modules and programmes I have designed can be found via this link

 

WORK ADDRESS:

University of the West of England, Frenchay Campus, Coldharbour Lane, Bristol. BS16 1QY

www.uwe.ac.uk

 

Phone: +44 (0)117 3287881

Email: nigel[dot]newbutt[at]uwe[dot]ac[dot]uk

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