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James Kadirire read Computer Science at the University of Cambridge, Fitzwilliam College in 1992. He then got a PhD in Computer Science from University College London in 1996, on Dynamic Multicast Routing in the Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) Environment. James then worked in the commercial world doing mainly software design and development, including 2 years from 1999 to 2001, at BT Adastral Park, where he was doing research in distributed systems. He then joined Anglia Ruskin Univeristy , Ultralab in May 2002 on a Senior Lecturer scale. James has worked on the m-Learning pan European research project aimed at trying to improve the numeracy and literacy skills of disaffected youths in the age range of 16-24year olds, by encouraging them to access learning material using mobile devices. He has also worked on a Ultralab SMS Service research project which investigated how the sms service can be used in schools or conferences. He has done some work with Oracle on their Oracle Collaboration Suite. James is also working with the Faculty of Science, Computing Department, to produce a blended learning Health Informatics Foundation degree (November 2005 – August 2006). This semester (2006), he is also teaching two modules in the Ashcroft International Business School, Anglia Ruskin University.
  1. BPM1013 - Corporate Communications, a post graduate course on communications and information technologies within a rapidly changing business environment. It reinforces theoretical concepts supported by practical assignments, exercises and case studies. The module encourages students to have an appreciation of the value of corporate data and information, database technologies, statistical analysis and the transformation of data to information and knowledge
  2. BUD2D01 - Management Information Systems, an undergraduate course which looks at the role of information systems within the global organization, with particular emphasis on how they relate to the IS as well as the corporate strategy. Different approaches to systems development and management are explored; It covers data normalization in database design and the students get to develop and present a prototype database system.
James is also supervising one PhD student in online transactions security. James's Community of Science profile

  

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