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15. Acknowledgements 



Lead author

Dr. Gill Ferrell, Lead Consultant, Aspire (Management and Innovation Consultancy for Education)


UCISA is very grateful for the assistance received from colleagues across the sector. In particular, we would like to thank the following individuals who acted as critical friends during the drafting process

  • Julian Bancroft-Martin, Senior Project Manager – Corporate Policies, University of Worcester
  • Bob Booth, Communication Manager, Business Services, Corporate Information and Computing Services, University of Sheffield
  • Andrew Cormack, Chief Security Advisor, Jisc Technologies
  • Gilles Couzin, Senior Web Trainer and Consultant, IT Services, University of Bristol
  • Ruth Drysdale, Senior Co-design Manager, Jisc
  • Alun Edwards, Research Officer, IT Services, University of Oxford
  • Gillian Harding, HR Communications Officer, Human Resources, Kingston University
  • Fiona Harvey, Education Development Manager, University of Southampton
  • Rob Needham, Head of Customer Service and Communication, Corporate Information and Computing Services, University of Sheffield
  • Jim Nottingham, Director of IT – Strategic Development, University of the Arts London
  • Dr. Paula Nottingham, BAPP Arts Programme Leader, Middlesex University
  • Katherine Pickles, Web Editorial Manager, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen
  • Tom Pieroni, Digital Skills Intern, University of Salford
  • Peter Reed, Technology Enhanced Learning Academic Lead, University of Liverpool
  • Nigel Robertson, Team Leader/eLearning Designer, Waikato Centre for eLearning, The University of Waikato, New Zealand
  • Jo Robinson-Lamb, Communications Specialist, IT Service, Newcastle University
The project to publish the UCISA Social Media Toolkit was managed by Anna Mathews, UCISA Head of Policy and Projects, with oversight from Adrian Ellison, UCISA Executive Committee Secretary (and Director of IT at the University of West London), and Fiona Strawbridge, Chair of the UCISA Digital Skills and Development Group (and Head of E-Learning Environments at University College London).

 
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