Faculty:Lord Ashcroft International Business School
Department:Accounting, Finance and Operations Staff - beta version
Areas of Expertise:
Business, management, leadership and law
Naowarat’s expertise is in the areas of statistical analysis, information technology and the application of technology to the teaching and learning environment.
Naowarat is a lecturer specialising in information technology and quantitative methods. Naowarat has worked as a professional software developer in a large software house and joined Anglia Ruskin University in 2003 where she has been involved in teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level on the Chelmsford and Cambridge campuses.
Naowarat is an external Examiner for London Metropolitan University for both undergraduate and postgraduate modules. Naowarat is also interested in using multimedia in teaching and learning. She has produced a number of video sessions on quantitative methods which are used to support students both inside and outside the classroom environment.
- New Media applications to teaching and learning
- Developing new channels for teaching in mathematics
- Serious Gaming and Game Enhanced Learning
- Project Management
- Management Information & Communication Systems
- The Management of Information in Organisations
- Managing Communications
- Analysis of Business (Module Leader)
- Learning and Skills Development in Business
- Foundation of Finance
- Information Technology for Business
- Information Systems
- Web Design for Business
- Systems and Operations Management
- Project Planning and Control
- Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education, Anglia Ruskin University, UK
- MSc, Information Technology, University of East London, UK
- Postgraduate Diploma in Business Studies, Greenwich College, UK
- BSc (Hons) Applied Statistics, UTCC, Thailand
Memberships, editorial boards
- Fellow of The Higher Education Academy
Research grants, consultancy, knowledge exchange
- Low Carbon KEEP project, funded by European Regional Development Fund (ERDF): Academic Supervisor (Project total £79,253.36)
- CDAF Research Bursary “ Enhancing competencies in mathematics through interactive pedagogy: An exploration of technology driven learning”. (£2,000)
- Provided statistical data analysis for a number of research programmes including reviews of marketing campaign effectiveness for the private sector company (£10,000)
- Project managed the technical development of a learning and teaching environment for remote learning for The Department for Business, Enterprise & Regulatory Reform (formerly the Department for Trade and Industry) sponsored project for the Retained Firefighters Union (Project total £120,000).
- Developed an interactive, web based, learning facility as part of the AIBS “Voyage” project. This project was funded by the Higher Education European Social Fund and formed part of an initiative to engage with local employers to encourage participation in higher education within Essex (Project total £120,000).