Dr Sue Greener currently works at the Brighton Business School, University of Brighton and as a Doctoral Supervisor at the Universities of Brighton and Liverpool (Laureate Online). Sue conducts research in the fields of online learning, Human Resource Development and Research Methodology. She is an experienced External Examiner, Chief Examiner and External Advisor in Business & Management. She has been Co-Editor of the academic journal Interactive Learning Environments since 2012 and is chair of the Brighton Business School Research Ethics Panel.
Sue has published for some years with Bookboon and is listed on ResearchGate and Scopus for publications. She has worked with Tom Bourner and Asher Rospigliosi on a range of projects including graduate employment.
Personal & professional development, online resource design, blended learning, Human Resource Development, Technology Enhanced Learning, Research Methodology, Social media impact on learning communities.
Sue’s doctorate is in online learning and she continues to develop work in this area of the impact of digital learning technologies on learning design and community building in HE and organisational contexts. She currently supervises 5 PhD students at Brighton in related fields of social media and education, women and leadership, and the impact of dyslexia on learning in innovative SMEs. She has supervised two successful completions of PhD thesis, one in the field of women's learning environments in Saudi Arabian HE, the other the use of school teachers' acceptance and use of e-learning technologies, plus one DBA in the area of motivation and psychological contract.
In summary, the fields of supervisory interest are:
· Online and blended learning design in HE and in organisational contexts
· Social media in relation to learning and community-building
· Human Resource Development
· Problem-based learning
· Action learning
· Graduate employability
Sue is also a Lay
Minister in the Anglican church, a breeder of pedigree Southdown sheep and a
proud mother and grandmother.