Jason Miles-Campbell

Head of Jisc Scotland and Jisc Northern Ireland

My blog posts



Role

I have responsibility to ensure outstanding service for Jisc members and communities in both Northern Ireland and Scotland. For this dual role I split my time between both our Stirling and Belfast offices. 

Background

Not long after graduating in law with French law from University College London, my passion for education led to a lectureship at the University of Abertay Dundee. Whilst specialising in European law, consumer law and then IT law, I became an enthusiastic adopter of technology in teaching (including use of online self-assessment with large classes, delivering learning material through a virtual learning environment, and use of video for teaching and feedback). I also gained valuable experience through undertaking a secondment as head of law.

In 2004, I moved on to become service manager at Jisc Legal. I championed effective use of technology, such as webcasting and use of voting pads.

Beyond my enthusiastic evangelism for good use of technology in education, I enjoy running, cooking (haggis wontons a speciality), judging school debating, gadgets, travel and the music of Girls Aloud.

 

Media coverage

Glasgow University wins top honour at The Herald's Higher Education Awards
Herald Scotland, July 2016

Finalists announced for The Herald's Higher Education Awards
Herald Scotland, June 2016