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Edinburgh Napier University, School of Computing, Engineering & the Built Environment PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Inclusion: Understanding the impact of higher education policy

Higher education institutions in Scotland are legally bound to provide an inclusive learning environment. Tinklin & Hall (1999) conducted a study to explore the experiences of disabled students in Scottish higher education institutions. Read more

More than Human Design

What are the implications for design when humans are no longer at the centre of the ensemble? This project with explore the next generation of design methods that can reveal the requirements of a system that is composed of human and non-human agents. Read more

Playful engagement with Politics in the time of misinformation

Background. Education and knowledge have long been considered core factors in explaining why individuals engage in political and civic activities (Galston, W.A., 2001, Ashley, Maksl and Craft, 2017). Read more

A new model for information literacies of community representatives

Direct participation has been an important threat in democracy for some decades now. However, the ideals of widespread individual participation are often in reality under threat of hijacking by a minority of self-efficacious individuals. Read more

Trust, risk and digital identity for digitally-unsure citizens

There is an increasing research interest in security as a user experience issue (Zagouras et al, 2017), and some calls to examine the information practices around privacy and security (eg Dourish & Anderson, 2006). Read more

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