Dr Pip Trevorrow, Course Director

Dr Pip Trevorrow

Course Director

Pip is Course Director for Cyber Security and Digital Forensics. She teaches across all levels (4 through to 7 and PhD) on the courses. She is actively supervising PhD students with has six PhD completions to date. She leads, teaches and supervises on all courses within the Cyber Security and Digital Forensics awards.

Pip is currently researching into various aspects of wearable devices, from how they can be used to support behaviour change with regard to healthy lifestyles, to the artefacts that can be extracted from them in a digital forensics investigation. As part of this research, she is investigating how smart technologies can help to support women to start or continue exercising during pregnancy in a supported and secure manner.

Current Teaching

Pip teaches across all levels on the Cyber Security and Digital Forensics awards. She is currently teaching:

  • Level 4 Fundamentals of Digital Forensics
  • Level 5 Computer Forensics Processing
  • Level 5 Digital Forensics Analysis
  • Level 5 Team Project: Forensics and Security
  • Level 6 Forensics Investigative Techniques
  • Level 6 MENG Project
  • Level 6 Production Project (supervision)
  • Level 7 Dissertation (supervision)

Research Interests

Pip is currently researching into how new technologies can support behaviour change with regard to healthy lifestyles. This includes using technology to encourage and maintain running behaviours, and technologies to help support women to start or continue exercising during pregnancy. Also researching into digital forensics with the West Yorkshire Police, predominantly on developing an app to help frontline officers with seizure of digital evidence.

Dr Pip Trevorrow, Course Director

Ask Me About

  1. Technology
  2. Wellbeing

Selected Outputs

  • Fabri M; Wall A; Trevorrow PA (2013) Changing eating behaviors through a cooking-based website for the whole family. In: HCI International 2013, 21 July 2013 - 26 July 2013, Las Vegas. Springer Verlag.

    https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-39238-2_53

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  • Trevorrow PA; Fabri M (2013) Running to behaviour change. In: HCI International 2013, 21 July 2013 - 26 July 2013, Las Vegas. Springer.

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  • Gorra A; Trevorrow PA (2009) Investigating the use of podcasts to support basic and intermediary skills development, in excel, at undergraduate and foundation levels. In: Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference of the Higher Education Academy- Information Computer Sciences, Kent.

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  • Lucio MM; Walker S; Trevorrow PA (2006) Trade Union Renovation and Co-ordination in Europe: The use of the internet and its impact on traditional structures. In: Hogan J; Lucio MM; Grieco M eds. Industrial Relations in the European Community. Stream 7: Imagined solidarities: labour and the “Information Age", Slovenia.

  • Hammerstrom O; Lucio MM; Walker S; Trevorrow PA (2006) Trade union strategy for handling change. In: International Industrial Relations Association 14th World Congress: Social Actors, World Organization & New Technologies, Peru.

  • Griffin D; Trevorrow PA; Halpin E (2006) Using SMS texting to encourage democratic engagement by youth citizens: the issues experienced by an electronic consultation project in one English local authority. In: The European Conference on e-Government (ECEG).

  • Halpin E; Trevorrow PA; Topping L; Rankin C (2012) The rights of the child and youth advocacy – issues for professional practice in the library setting. In: Rankin C; Brock A ed. Library Services for Children and Young People. Challenges and opportunities in the digital age. Facet Publishing, pp. 221-242.

  • Griffin D; Trevorrow PA; Halpin E (2012) Using SMS texting to encourage democratic participation by youth citizens: a case study of a project in an English local authority. In: Case Studies in e-Government. Academic Publishing, pp. 102-119.

  • Trevorrow PA (2007) E-Government and Active Participation by Young Citizens. In: Griffin D; Trevorrow PA; Halpin E ed. Developments in e-Government – A Critical Analysis. IOS Press, pp. 126-133.

  • Griffin D; Trevorrow PA; Halpin E (2007) E-Government: A Welcome Guest or Uninvited Stranger?. In: Griffin D; Trevorrow PA; Halpin E ed. Developments in e-Government – A Critical Analysis. IOS Press, pp. xvii-xxi.

  • Trevorrow PA; Wright S; Webb D; Halpin E (2006) Defining the Issues. In: Halpin E; Trevorrow PA; Webb D; Wright S ed. Cyberwar, Netwar and the Revolution in Military Affairs. Palgrave, pp. 3-11.

  • Trevorrow PA (2016) Mii and MiiBump: Supporting pregnant women to continue or commence an active lifestyle. Loisir et Société / Society and Leisure, 39 (1), pp. 144-155.

    https://doi.org/10.1080/07053436.2016.1151226

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  • Trevorrow PA (2012) Technology running the world: the iPod/Nike+ kit and levels of physical activity. Society and Leisure, 35 (1), pp. 131-155.

  • Lucio MM; Walker S; Trevorrow PA (2009) Making networks and (re)making trade union bureaucracy: a European-wide case study of trade union engagement with the Internet and networking. New Technology, Work and Employment, 24 (2), pp. 115-130.

  • Trevorrow PA; Griffin D; Halpin E; Wootton C (2008) The Effect of Internet Filtering on Active Youth Citizenship in the Information Age: Experience from Public Libraries in the United Kingdom. The Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science, 29 (4), pp. 437-470.

  • Trevorrow PA; McKenna J (2007) New digital media and the student learning experience. Assessment, Teaching & Learning Journal, 1 (1), pp. 12-16.

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  • Walker S; Lucio MM; Trevorrow PA (2007) Tracing trade union innovation: a framework for evaluating trade union learning projects in a time of complexity. Transfer, 13 (2), pp. 267-290.

  • Griffin D; Trevorrow PA; Halpin E (2006) Using SMS Texting to Encourage Democratic Participation by Youth Citizens: A Case Study of a Project in an English Local Authority. Electronic Journal of e-Government, 4 (2), pp. 63-70.