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Anne Floyde

Administrator, Faculty of Science


  • workRoom A04 GSK Centre for Sustainable Chemistry
    Jubilee Campus
    Wollaton Road
    NG8 1BB
  • work0115 74 86015


35 years' administrative and secretarial experience in both the public and private sectors. Have followed the progression of the administrative role, from the traditional shorthand typist/personal secretary, through the development of word processing, the desk-top PC and the evolution of the digital age.

I have also been involved in research and worked as a Research Associate in the Human Factors Research Group for approximately 6 years, participating in a variety of EU-sponsored projects. The research focused mainly on the user experience perspective of interaction with technology and systems. This involved a little overseas travel, attending regular project team meetings, running studies with user groups and contributing to the production of project deliverables, ethics applications and research papers.

I have since spent 2 years working in the School of Education in a fixed term role, as Projects Assistant supporting staff on research projects.

My most recent role, still within the University of Nottingham, is as School Administrator with the School of Chemistry.

Expertise Summary

I have an English degree and a high level of English language proficiency.

I have wide-ranging administrative experience across a variety of sectors.

I have some human factors knowledge, gained through active participation in research.

Past Research

Worked on the IMOSHION project, assembling a training document for the IMOSHION Knowledge Management and Learning System (based on Moodle). Wrote journal paper for project with co-authors on IMOSHION project, entitled

The design and implementation of knowledge management systems and e-learning for improved occupational health and safety in small to medium sized enterprises. A. Floyde ⇑, G. Lawson ⇑, S. Shalloe 1, R. Eastgate 2, M. D'Cruz 3 Human Factors Research Group, Faculty of Engineering, The University of Nottingham, Nottingham NG7 2RD, United Kingdom a r t i c l e i n f o Article history: Received 8 February 2013 Accepted 29 June 2013 Keywords: Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) Occupational health and safety (OSH) Knowledge management (KM) e-Learning a b

This article appeared in the December 2013 edition of Safety Science.

A further paper I have collaborated on was published in Summer 2016 in The Design Journal. This paper was about the use of drama in the evaluation and testing of products.

School of Chemistry

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