Dr Lynne P Baldwin is a Senior Lecturer, having joined the School over ten years ago. Having held numerous senior management positions, including having been the Deputy Head of School (Learning and Teaching) over that time, Dr Baldwin has long held an interest in, and has extensive experience of, all matters related to learning and teaching. She gained her PhD at Brunel University, and an MA in Language and Communication from the University of East Anglia, UK. Before joining Brunel University, she worked for ten years both in Europe and the Middle East. Dr Baldwin has supervised to completion many PhD researchers/students and has acted as an external examiner at many UK universities both for vivas at PhD level and on either undergraduate or postgraduate taught programmes. She is the Editor of Sage’s prestigious, highly-ranked Active Learning in Higher Education journal, whose aim is to share developments, innovations and good practice not just locally but worldwide.
Newest selected publications
Baldwin, LP. and Clarke, M. (2005) 'Using ICT to better support the fragmentary nature of healthcare', in Bangert, DC. and Doktor, R. (eds.) Human and Organizational Dynamics in e-Health. Radcliffe Publishing. pp. 99 - 123. ISBN 10: 1 85775 666 5. ISBN 13: 9781857756661.
Baldwin, L., Clarke, M., Hands, L., Knott, M. and Jones, R. (2003) 'The effect of telemedicine on consultation time'. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 9 (Supplement 1). pp. 71 - 73. ISSN: 1357-633X
Kuljis, J., Baldwin, L. and Scoble, R. (2002) 'Proceedings of the fourteenth annual workshop of the psychology of programming interest group, PPIG 2002'. Proceedings published by Brunel University Printing Services for PPIG 2002 conference, London, UK. 18-21 June 2001.. ISSN 10: 1-902316-24-X
Baldwin, LP., Eldabi, T., Hlupic, V. and Irani, Z. (2000) 'Enhancing simulation software for use in manufacturing'. Logistics Information Management, 13 (5). pp. 263 - 270. ISSN: 0957-6053
Baldwin, LP., Paul, RJ. and Williams, DS. (1999) 'Managing soft knowledge in a hard workplace'. Cognition, Technology and Work, 1 (3). pp. 133 - 141. ISSN: 1435-5566