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Aim: developmental fellowship, public services, electronic local government

Mr James Cornford | Management & Business Studies | 01 September 2003

New information and communications technologies, developed within the context of private sector services sand loosely labelled as e-business technologies, are widely seen as having a key role to play in the modernisation of public services in the uk ...

Knowledge and skills for learning to learn

Dr David Leat | Education | 01 September 2003

The project was a seminar series to explore the concept of learning to learn.  the series comprised six seminars, which sought to synthesise applied and theoretical considerations and provide pointers for the future: seminar 1 theoretical framew ...

Telemedicine and the 'future patient'? Risk, governance & innovation

Professor Carl May | Sociology | 06 September 2002

(1) the objective: we wish to understand how a new information and communication technology - telemedicine is being configured in health care policy and practice in the united kingdom. Our interst here is in the ways that particular groups (policy ma ...

Learning from the foot and mouth disease crisis

Professor Philip Lowe | Human Geography | 01 November 2001

The foot and mouth disease crisis has been a hugely costly and damaging episode. The disease has had a devastating impact on the livestock industry, but the efforts to combat it have had ramifications far beyond farming, with damage to tourism, the w ...

Programme director for the rural economy and land use programme

Professor Philip Lowe | 01 December 2003

The rural economy and land use programme is managed jointly by the economic and social science research council and the biological and biotechnology science research. The programme will develop within a socio-economic framework future research based ...

Social media analysis for social geography

Professor Paul Watson | Social Geography | 14 February 2014

Many believe that social media data has the potential to give real insights into communities. However, there is a real challenge in unlocking this knowledge due to the enormous size and speed with which the data is generated, and a lack of understand ...

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