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Duties and Responsibilities
Linda Jenkins is a lecturer in operations, logistics and information management.
External / Professional Roles
- Univation Consultancy work in May 1997 for Quest Consulting Ltd
- Book review for Financial Times Management text, working title 'Understanding Information Systems for Business', June-July 1998 (author undisclosed)
HEC, (June 1998) Presentation on Low Cost Access, (Proceedings of the "Delivering Dearing: The Virtual University" conference hosted by the University of Warwick)
U.K.S.S., (July 1996) "Six & Two Threes: BPR and Systems Thinking" 4th International Conference (University of Humberside)
I.S.T.I.P., April, 1994, "The Role of Information Systems Study Within a Business School" (proceedings of the Sixth I.S.T.I.P. Conference)
Slaven, G., Boyle, J., Charnley, L., Hunt. A., & Murton, B. (in press). The application of Information Technology to safety training. Report OTH 94 439 to the Offshore Safety Division of the Health and Safety Executive.
Hunt. A., Charnley, L., Slaven, G., & Murton, B. (1994). The application of Information Technology to offshore safety training. Poster presented at the JFIT Conference: UK IT Forum, Edinburgh, March.
Slaven, G., Charnley, L., Hunt. A., Murton, B. & Tu, Y. (1994). Using Information Technology for safety training. Poster presented at the 23rd international Congress of Applied Psychology. Madrid, July.
Slaven, G., Boyle, J., Charnley, L., Hunt. A., & Murton, B. (1994). Are computers an effective medium for offshore safety training?. In collected papers for the 13th International Leith conference on Offshore Safety & Rescue, Marine & Aviation Safety and Communications, Edinburgh, September. Edinburgh: Leith Conferences.
Slaven, G., Boyle, J., Charnley, L., Hunt. A., & Murton, B. (1995). Training and development: the application of information technology to safety training. In collected papers for the BPS Occupational Psychology conference, Warwick, January. Leicester: BPS.
(NB: Linda Jenkins was previously called Linda Charnley)