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Researcher, Digital Library
I started at Middlesex University back in 1998 when after completing my BSc in Applied Computing I just tasted the flavour of Human Computer Interaction. My next step was at Queen Mary & Westfield College (University of London) where I completed my MSc in HCI. I am working on Digital Library project which focuses on Interaction Modelling for the Design of Digital Libraries. I set up the Usability Laboratory which is used for performing various tests relating to usability of digital libraries.
I have been teaching: CMT 4130: Design and Evaluation of Interactive Systems and CMT 2200: Human-Computer Interaction: Users, Tasks and Design.
From January 1st 2002 I have been working at UCL Interaction Centre where I continue my research into Digital Libraries.
I am a member of Interaction Design Centre at School of Computing Science at Middlesex University; the British HCI Group and the London HCI Group.
I am hosting a Second Middlesex Digital Library Workshop on 28 June 2002 at Trent Park. For updates visit the RIDL web site: www.cs.mdx.ac.uk/ridl
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