Alison Honour studied BA (Hons) Sculpture at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design and MA Site-Specific Sculpture at Wimbledon School of Art. She has taught and held leadership and management roles in Schools of Art & design since 1991 before joining Oxford Brookes University in 2006. Her work originated in sculpture, performance and site specific installations and has more recently involved collaborative research projects with technology, science and psychology including the creation of 'believable' robots and the use of eye tracking technology to explore 'looking' in the teaching of art and design. Other themes such as 'attachment' are also explored in her sculptural work.
Associate Dean, Student Experience
Principal Lecturer in Computing
Bob Champion's teaching and research interests include business applications of computing technologies; conceptual modelling of business processes and computer systems; analysis and design of effective systems; database technology; Business Intelligence and analytics software development; modelling mechanisms and formalisms in requirements engineering; and application of gamification techniques to undergraduate teaching.
Lindsay is currently a Principal Lecturer for Student Experience and Brookes Teaching Fellow within the Faculty of Business. Lindsay joined Oxford Brookes in 2005 as a Senior Lecturer, specialising in teaching large first year undergraduate business and marketing modules. Having a background in HE in FE, she became heavily involved in the curriculum design of the Faculty's business-related Foundation Degree programmes delivered at the University's partner colleges. This interest and expertise resulted in her more recently leading a two year University-wide PESE (Programme for Enhancing the Student Experience) Project, enhancing the student experience within the ACP (Associate College Partnership) and further strengthening the University's relationship with member colleges.
Principal Lecturer Student Experience
Yvonne Aburrow is an Applications Developer in the Student Experience Team at OBIS, and is the developer of the Brookes ID app. She is fascinated by ontologies, linked data, data visualisation, user interfaces, and anything geeky, including history, science fiction, and the social impact of technology. She has developed websites and other projects for universities, museums, and other projects, and is a keen blogger and the author of several books.
Niki is the project administrator and is responsible for managing the smooth running of the courses/activities in the Moodle backend.