Pedagogy Related Publications

imageOne of my research interests is in the pedagogy of cyber security and digital investigation. In particular in exploring the pedagogic interventions that can be applied to help students understand often complex theories in a manner that is enjoyable and fun.

  • Lallie, H.S., Sinclair J., Joy M., Janicke H., Price B., Howley R., (2014), Pedagogic Challenges in Teaching Cyber Security – a UK perspective, in Venugopal and Lingareddy (Ed.,) Computer Networks and Security, Elsevier, Bangalore, India pp605-615
  • Lallie H.S., (2015), Attack Modelling in the Classroom, 11th Annual Teaching Computer Forensics Workshop, University of Sunderland
  • H.S., (2015), Choreographic Skills and Artefact Ownership: A Case Study in Cyber Security, UK Workshop on Cybersecurity Training and Education. Liverpool John Moores University, 11th June 2015
  • Lallie H.S., (2014), Miscarriage of justice due to improper investigation, 10th Annual Teaching Computer Forensics Workshop, University of Sunderland
  • Lallie H.S., Otubu, I., Gandhi, R.M., (2014), The Efficacy of the Enron Dataset for Digital Investigation, 6th International Conference on Cybercrime Forensics Education and Training (CFET 2014), Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury, Kent, 10th – 11th July, 2014
  • Vohra, P., Gandhi, R.M., Lallie H.S., (2014), The CSI Effect in Bollywood, 6th International Conference on Cybercrime Forensics Education and Training (CFET 2014), Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury, Kent, 10th – 11th July, 2014
  • Lallie H.S., (2014), Gamifying Campus Self-Discovery, National Student Induction Workshop, July 10th, University of Warwick
  • Lallie H., (2013), GeoSpatial Crypto Reconnaissance: Self Discovering University Campuses, HEA-ICS 9th Annual Teaching Computer Forensics Workshop, University of Sunderland
  • Lallie. H.S., (2013), “Taking Students to the edge: Developing student research participation in emerging cyber security research domains”,  2nd Annual Cyber Security Pedagogy workshop, University of Warwick, May 29th, 2013
  • Lallie H.S. (2013), Encouraging sub-domain edge research in diverse post graduate cohorts to rapidly instil research skills, HEA STEM Conference, 17-18th April, 2013, University of Birmingham, Available (http://lallie.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Encouraging-sub-domain-edge-research-in-diverse-post-graduate-cohorts-to-rapidly-instil-research-skills.pdf)
  • Lallie, H., (2012), SESA – Towards defining a pedagogic Architecture for Teaching Cyber Security, 6th International Conference on Cybercrime Forensics Education and Training (CFET 2012), Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury, Kent, 6th-7th September, 2012
  • Lallie H.S., Day, D.J., (2012), Industrial Engagement in Information Security and Digital Forensics: Achieving the Transitional Blend from Academia to Industry, HEA STEM Conference, 12-13th April, 2012, Imperial College London
  • Lallie H., Lawson P., Day, D,. (2011), Using digital logs to reduce academic misdemeanour by students in digital forensic assessments, Journal of Information Technology Education: Innovations in Practice, [available online at: http://www.jite.org/documents/Vol10/JITEv10IIPp255-269Lallie1026.pdf]
  • Lallie H., (2011), Geo-Positional Forensics – Defining the academic domain, HEA-ICS 7th Annual Teaching Computer Forensics Workshop, University of Sunderland
  • Salt D.R., Lallie, H., Lawson, P., (2011), Studying First Year Forensic Computing: Managing the Student Experience, HEA-ICS ITALICS E-Journal, February 2011, Volume 10, Issue 1 [Available online at: http://www.ics.heacademy.ac.uk/italics/download.php?file=italics/vol10iss1/pdfs/paper11.pdf]
  • Lallie H., (2010), Digital Forensics – next 4 Years Strategic Discussion, HEA-ICS 6th Annual Teaching Computer Forensics Workshop, University of Sunderland
  • Salt D.R., Lallie, H., Lawson, P., (2010), Managing Expectations, Aspirations and Study Skills of Computer Forensic Students, HEA-ICS 6th Annual Teaching Computer Forensics Workshop, University of Sunderland

 

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