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Qualifications

HNC in Business Studies
BSc Computer Studies
MSc Computer Science
MBCS

About

Career Summary

1979 – 1984 Analyst/Programmer, Jon Williams Ltd
1984 – 1986 Software Technician, Senior Technician, The Polytechnic of Wales
1986 – Lecturer, University of Glamorgan
1993 -1994 TEFL, Kita Senior High School, Niigata, Japan (Sabbatical)
1996 – External Examiner for EdExcel
1998 - Open University tutor for Master’s level course M874 Software development for
networked applications using Java.

Responsibilities

Main Teaching subjects and course leadership:

Degree Scheme in Computing Level III
Large Scale Implementation
BTEC Scheme in Computing
Problem Solving with ICT
Computer Programming with Java
Masters Scheme in Computing
Fundamentals of Programming
Computer Mediated Communication

Administrative Activities

Scheme Leader BTEC HND Scheme in Computing
Business Information Technology
Information Systems
Computing
Multimedia
Software Engineering
Network Administration
School Pastoral Tutor
Member of the Software Engineering Field Board

Publications

S F Lewis, “Into Japan via the Internet” International Conference on Japanese Information in Science and Technology, University of Newcastle, Sept 1995.

S F Lewis, “Into Japan via the Internet”, The International Conference on Japanese Information in Science Technology, Industry and Business, Newcastle University, September 1995.

S F Lewis, “Learning about Japan using the Internet”, Knowledge Transfer ’96,Centre for Middle East and Pacific Research, University of London, July 1996.

S F Lewis, “Developing a Modula 2 course for Ceilidh” 5th Annual Conference on the Teaching of Computing, Dublin, Ireland, August 1997.

S F Lewis, “Experiences gained from producing a compiler to guide first year programming students”, 5th Annual Conference on the Teaching of Computing, Dublin, Ireland, August 1997.

S F Lewis, “Using Linux as a student environment”, Information Technology Symposium at the International Conference on Knowledge Transfer – ’97 University of London, July 1997.

S F Lewis, “Extending a compiler to guide first year programming students” ACM 6th Annual Conference on the Teaching of Computing, Dublin Ireland, August 1998.

S L Lewis, “Using Java tools to teach Java” The 5th Java and the Internet in Computing Conference (J1CC5), South Bank University, London. January 2001.

Memberships

Member of the British Computer Society since November 1989

External

External / Professional Representation:

Associate Lecturer with Open University – M874 Course – Software Development for Networked Applications using Java at Postgraduate/Professional level as part of Computing for Commerce and Industry Programme.

EdExcel External Examiner for HND/C in Computing, Bournemouth University, 1997 –

EdExcel External Examiner for HND in Computing, University of Ulster, 1997

Member of the British Computer Society since November 1989

Consultancy

Rockall Database Systems – July 1986 – Modifications to Ordering System

South Glamorgan Ambulance Service – Dec 1986 – Manpower Scheduling System

Leekes of Llantrisant Aug 1997 – Evaluation of EPOS and networking and a Special Order Processing System for store

Proctors Engineering Dec 1987 – Estimating and job costing system for a machine guarding and fence manufacturer

NorUK Mar 88- Aug 89 – Freight forwarding control, charging, and monitoring for deliveries of imported goods to UK and Europe – HM Customs and Excise computer via PSTN

Extras Int Ltd (Private) Dec 86- Aug 89 – Technical Consultant Programming and Analysis

Mountain Nursing Home, Brecon 1989 – Consultant

Lucas Heavy Braking Division, Cwmbran 1990 JSP Course

Welsh Office 1991 – SDM Course

Paramount Hotel Group 1995 Spreadsheet Consultant

Social Services Inspection Unit 1996,UGCS – Word Course

TACP Architects 1996 Wordperfect 6 Template Design Course

Internet Course UGCS, 1996

AA Insurance Group July 1997- Unix Training Course – 3 days

CCTA July 1998 – Java Training course – 5 days

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