Dr Claire Bailey-Ross
I am currently a lecturer in User Experience in the School of Creative Technologies. I have a PhD in Information Studies from University College London, my thesis focused on exploring the implications of digital innovation projects in museums and their bearing on visitor engagement and institutional change.
I am Course Leader for the BSc Digital Media degree programme and I contribute to the delivery of core and specialist units in design and user experience across a range of Creative Technology undergraduate units within both the BSc Digital Media and BSc Creative Media Technologies.
Prior to joining the University of Portsmouth in February 2017, I established a strong research agenda at both Durham University, University College London and the University of Exeter. My research takes place within the context of Digital Humanities (DH) and my work is highly interdisciplinary, ranging from the user experience of digital heritage resources to broader debates surrounding the social aspects of digital innovation and technological change in cultural heritage environments.