About Jackie Campbell
Jackie's teaching areas focus around databases, database design and implementation, data analysis, databases in forensics, and data warehousing and mining. Recently Leeds Beckett University have partnered up with SAS; so some of the courses offer SAS training as well as the Oracle toolset.
Research areas centre on teaching and learning - particularly enquiry based learning, having created 'applications' for students that 'mimic' likely first job roles. She is currently studying on an EdD programme looking into communities of practice as a way of engaging and students with the IT Industry.
- Jackie teaches on the BSc Computing, BIS, Computing Forensic course and Masters in Business Intelligence (SAS) - new to 2013
- Database Application and Design
- Advanced Database Management (A&B)
- Work Based Learning
- Group Project and Final Year Projects
- Data Warehousing
Her current research is looking into Communities of Practice (CoP) in the Computing/IT/programming Industry. How they can be created and used to help current university students by motivating them, engaging them with industry and supporting them. Also how they can be developed for new graduates in coding roles again to support and assist with learning and general integration into the workplace.