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Hagan, William Dr

Teaching Fellow

Academic and Professional Qualifications
- 1976: BSc (2:1) Chemistry, University of East Anglia
- 1981:PhD Photoelectron Spectroscopy of Liquid Surfaces, University of East Anglia

Career History
- 2005-present: Teaching Fellow in Chemistry, University of ulster, Coleraine
- 2001-2005: Consultant, Battstat
- 2000-2001: Senior Lecturer in Chemistry, Glouster College of Arts and Technology
- 1989-1999: Senior Lecturer in Chemistry, DeMontfort University Chemistry Department

Teaching & Learning Activities

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Research Interests

Electrochemical power sources and sensors; conservation of inorganic materials; spontaneous potentials in porous materials; neural networks and multivariate analysis in prediction and regression.

Hagan, William Dr

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Dr William Hagan
Teaching Fellow

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Room Y033
School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Science
University of Ulster
Coleraine campus
Cromore Road
Coleraine
Co. Londonderry
BT52 1SA

phone: +44 28 70124420
Email: wp.hagan@ulster.ac.uk

Hagan, William Dr - Publications

Number of items: 5.

McClean, Stephen, Gallagher, Alison, Hack, Catherine and Hagan, William (2012) Offering Sound Advice: Exploring the Provision and Delivery of Audio Feedback to Students. In: Higher Education Academy Annual Conference, University of Manchester. Author.

McClean, Stephen, Hagan, William and Morgan, Jason (2011) Text messaging for student communication and voting. In: Effective Learning in the Biosciences, John McIntyre Conference Centre, Edinburgh, UK. Higher Education Academy UK Centre for Bioscience.

Mcclean, Stephen, Hagan, William and Morgan, Jason L. (2010) Text Messaging for Student Communication and Voting. Bioscience Education, 16.

McClean, Stephen and Hagan, William (2010) 'YouTestTube.com': using user-generated video to engage students. Perspectives on Pedagogy and Practice, 1. pp. 31-39.

Hagan, William, Ruddick, J David and McClean, Stephen (2008) Supporting first year chemistry in the biosciences. In: Variety in Chemistry Education, Dublin City University. The Higher Education Academy, UK Physical Sciences Centre.

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