I began lecturing in 1995 as a module leader on the MA Multimedia Arts programme. This was the first such course in the country, drawing on the practical expertise of the staff from the Learning Methods Unit and underpined by the academic excellence of the Liverpool Art School
In 2004, I was asked to develop a new BA programme in interactive media design. I wrote the course documentation and led the team in validation process. I also taught on the course over several years.
The following year, I developed a new Foundation Degree and, once again, led the team in the validation process.
From 1997 through to 2002, the Learning Methods Unit worked on a collaborative project with the University of Liverpool (CONNECT) to deliver a part-time course in multimedia design and production. I edited the course documentation for all six modules as well as writing and delivering large sections of the course materials.
In 2000, Liverpool JM University undertook the writing and delivery of a DipHE (later converted to a BA) in Marousi, Athens. I was involved in both the co-ordination of this programme and the writing and delivery of sections of the course.