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Motivating and Engaging Forensic Computing Practitioners in Higher Education. Denis Edgar-Nevill Head, Department of Computing Canterbury Christ Church University. Innovations in Lifelong Learning Conference, Birkbeck Institute for Lifelong Learning, 29 th June 2007. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Motivating and Engaging Forensic Computing Practitioners in Higher Education

    Denis Edgar-NevillHead, Department of ComputingCanterbury Christ Church University

    Innovations in Lifelong Learning Conference, Birkbeck Institute for Lifelong Learning, 29th June 2007

  • NPIA(National Policing Improvement AgencyKentConstabularyLondon Met.Sussex ConstabularyHigh Tech Crime Training Unit43 UK Police ForcesCanterbury Christ Church University

  • Piano Smashing

  • Optimistic Distance Education

  • Why Fly? when you can videoconference, email or attend a virtual forum?

  • Cant see the whites of their eyes!

  • What we do is not at Masters Level

  • What we think is not important it is what you are going to teach us!

  • What is Cybercrime Forensics?COMPUTINGLAWBUSINESSFORENSICSCIENCEINFORMATICS

    CYBERCRIMEFORENSICS

  • Looking over the horizon

    Working at the cutting edge of the development of a new subject.

    Their ideas and suggestions are contributing to the development of the subject of Cybercrime

  • Research Informed Teaching HEFCE Funded ProjectCybercrime Education Informed by Research18,000 over 18 months Investigation into how research skills are developed and how research informs pedagogy for students and staff involved in the MSc Cybercrime Forensics degree jointly offered with the national Police specialist training authority NPIA (National Policing Improvement Agency)

  • CFET 20071st International Conference on Cybercrime Forensics Education & TrainingCanterbury Christ Church UniversityNorth Holmes Road CampusPowell BuildingCanterburyUnited Kingdom6th & 7th September 2007

    Staff & Students Involved in the MSc CybercrimeForensicsContributing Papers &Networking

  • Thank YouDenis Edgar-NevillHead, Department of ComputingCanterbury Christ Church University

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