Dan Flood, MA BSc(Hons) FHEA MBCS

PhD Student at Centre for Data Science (Part-Time), Lecturer in Cloud Computing at CU Coventry

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    Lecturer in Cloud Computing at CU Coventry (Full-Time)

    During the course of my employment at Coventry University Group, I have led the development and approval of the Cloud Computing BSc(Hons) course developed in collaboration in Amazon Web Services (AWS) Educate. During this process I was engaging attaining my FHEA status through the PgCAPHE program this ran simultaneously to the degree design process and I was particularly interested in the design of modules to enhance student engagement.

    My experience in teaching/programming covers C#, Java, Node.Js, React and React Native building Web applications connected to Relational (T-SQL, MySQL and Oracle SQL) and Non-Relational Databases (DynamoDB). During my MA I also used R to perform sentiment analysis and used Quantitative Content Analysis tools (Twitter Content Analysis Tool TCAT) to examine social media events. Additionally, I also teach cloud skills in serverless computing AWS Lambda(FaaS), NoSQL using DynamoDB, REST APIs using API Gateway and Elastic Computing (EBS, VPC, EC2, S3 & Elastic Beanstalk).

    PhD Project

    Measuring,Understanding and Improving Student Engagement in Programming Teaching.

    Supervisory Team

    Dr Matthew England

    Director of Study

    Dr David Croft

    Second supervisor

    Dr Beate Grawemeyer

    Third supervisor


    Education/Academic qualification

    Digital Media and Culture , MA, Issues of GDPR compliance in Web Content Analysis during Media Events, University of Warwick

    Award Date: 17 Jan 2019

    Information Technology, Degree, Private Cloud Infrastructure using ESXi and XenApp, Coventry University

    Award Date: 17 Nov 2015

    Higher Education, Postgraduate Certificate, Desiging a Curriculum in a HE Context, Coventry University


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