Dr Deborah Lamont
Dr Deborah Lamont
Senior Lecturer in Information Systems
: Information Systems and International Studies
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Dr Debbie Lamont is a Senior Lecturer within the Department for Information Systems and International Studies. She is responsible for supervising research students and teaching information systems, research methodologies, academic skills and professional development. She is also a Level 5 Director of Studies. Debbie has a PhD from the University of the West of England, an MSc in Information Systems, and a BA Honours in Business Studies (both from the University of Wales).
Debbie is an active member of the Department’s research group ‘Information Systems, Technology & People. Her research interests surround inclusive design and the social and cognitive aspects of Human-Computer Interaction. Debbie’s doctoral research (funded by the Department for Transport) combined expertise in social science, information systems and transport planning. The research focused upon understanding the needs and reactions of dyslexic people towards traveller information systems, and more specifically web-based information services. She has received international recognition for her research, and is currently developing links with other academics and professionals in order to foster future research collaborations, such as in the fields of tourism and hospitality. Her most recent publication is currently in press:
Lamont, D. Kenyon, S. and Lyons, G. 2012. Dyslexia and Mobility-Related Exclusion: The Role of Travel Information Provision. Journal of Transport Geography.
Debbie is a reviewer for the Journal of Transport Geography, and has recently become a member of the program committee for the International Business Information Management Association Conference (a division of IBIMA Publishing Scholarly Group). She is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and a Faculty Instructor at the University of Liverpool.