Anna Browne

Research Fellow

Education

BSc (Hons) Computer Science and Maths, UCD.
Post Graduate Diploma in Education, NUIM

Career Highlights

Anna’s career in IT started in California in the 80s, round about the time the two Steves (Jobs and Wozniak) made computers personal. In the 90s she moved (back) to Ireland, where she worked for Symantec, as the Irish software industry mushroomed. In the ‘Noughties’, she worked for VistaTEC, an Irish localization company, and transformed a very large engineering department into a scalable outsource unit. Now, working at the IVI, she is assisting IT professionals worldwide improve their working lives, through understanding and embracing the powerful IT-CMF framework.

Research Interests

Anna is interested in the use of technology in education, and how Web 2.0 tools can be used to facilitate learning. Other Research interests include situated learning and serious games.

Contact Details:

Tel: +353-1-708-6779
Email: anna.browne@nuim.ie

Publications

Murnane, S., Browne, A. (2015) From Experience to Knowledge in Professional IT Management Education: Exploring the applicability of classroom learning to real-life contexts. Irish Journal of Management, (in print).

Veling, L., Thornley, C., Murnane, S., Browne, A., McQuillan, L. (2015) Selecting a Suitable Methodology for an Industry-Academic Collaboration: (Co-)Designing Innovative Solutions to Support Capability Improvement in a Complex Organizational Context. Proceedings of 18th Annual Irish Academy of Management Conference, 2-5 September, NUI Galway, Ireland.

Murnane, S., Browne, A. (2012) “It’s life Jim, but not as we know it!” Exploring the effectiveness of professional IT management education: Is classroom learning applicable to real-life contexts? Proceedings of the Irish Academy of Management Conference, 6-7 September, Maynooth, Ireland.

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