Course Leader: FdA Games Development and BSc(Hons) Game Assets Development
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After achieving a First Class BSc (Hons) Computing and Internet Technologies at Northbrook (Open University) in 2005, Sue began working as a part-time lecturer at Northbrook, delivering and assessing a variety of computing and game development skills including: programming, game design, system analysis and project management. Whilst studying for her BSc (which she undertook part-time as a mature student) she was also working as a part-time Teaching Assistant in a local primary school and as a freelance programmer; developing applications to be used to support learning at Key Stages 1 and 2.
In 2010, Sue achieved the DTLLS qualification. Since 2012 she has worked as a full-time lecturer with a focus on delivering programming, project management and game design within both college level and university level games development courses.