- Human aspects of Computing such as personal and social implications of our digital economy on community values and integrity, wellbeing, and environmental implications regarding sustainability in digital innovations.
- Values and frames – applied to digital technologies; and specifically the integration of values into design through the HCI field of Value Sensitive Design.
- Interactions occurring in software systems (feature-oriented development), aspect-oriented software development and formal verification techniques.
Lynne Blair is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Computing and Communications at Lancaster University. Her current research interests lie within the area of Human Computer Interaction, particularly consideration of the human, social and environmental impact of the digital economy, as well as wider issues of sustainability.
PhD in Computer Science, Lancaster, 1995
BSc Computer Science (1st Class Hons), Lancaster, 1990
SEDA Accreditation, Staff & Educational Development Association, 2001
PG Certificate in Learning and Teaching in HE, Lancaster, 2000
MA Theology, Manchester, 2011
Senior Lecturer, School of Computing and Communications, Lancaster University, 2003 - present
Research Fellow, Department of Computer Science & Mathematics, University of Stirling, 2003 – 2004 (in conjunction with Lancaster post)
Lecturer, School of Computing and Communications, Lancaster University, 1999 – 2003
Visiting Lecturer: Institutt for informatikk, University of Tromsø, 2001
Higher Education Academy Full Membership, 2001 - present
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