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Professor Paul Egglestone

Head of School

School of Creative Industries

Introducing Professor Paul Egglestone

Head of School for the School of Creative Industries

Professor Paul Egglestone joins the University of Newcastle as the inaugural Head of School to lead UON’s new School of Creative Industries. He brings to his new role an extensive background in television and digital media production and a passion for collaborating across disciplines to connect students and researchers with industry – and each other -  nationally and internationally.

Paul was formerly the Director of Research and Innovation in the College of Culture and the Creative Industries at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) where he holds a chair in Digital and Creative Technologies.

He worked as an editor, camera operator and scriptwriter before establishing his independent production company, 421 Productions, which focussed on creating documentaries for BBC, ITV and Sky among others as well as making TV commercials and corporate films for a wide range of blue chip commercial clients and charities.

In 2012, Paul established the Media Innovation Studio at UCLan as an international research centre and learning lab using a business model to finance the studio through research grants, commercial activity (including training, consultancy and licensing of software and hardware products) and teaching. It’s founding aim was to work across disciplines to explore the potential of creative and digital technology to bring about positive change. Using disruptive design techniques, traditional social science and established practice based methods from the arts the Media Innovation Studio’s remit is to inhabit the liminal spaces between disciplines exploring researching and innovating within the digital eco-system evolving around us.Evidence of the relevance and success of their approach came this week as the Studio team announced funding from Google for their ‘Newsthings’ project.

As a passionate, award winning researcher, Paul has won large grants from Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (including the award winning Interactive Newsprint), The Arts and Humanities Research Council (Participants United) and the National Endowment for Science technology and the Arts among others.

In collaboration with UCLan’s Centre for SME development he has recently won £1.4m from the EU to deliver a new programme equipping creative businesses with the skills they need to grow.

In 2013 Paul established the Civic Drone Centre after receiving funding of £350k from the UK’s Higher Education Innovation Fund. The Civic Drone Centre (CDC) works with companies, individuals and organisations that are using, or planning to use, remotely operated vehicles across a wide range of scenarios. These span search and rescue activity, journalism and media and humanitarian aid. It seeks to provide technology and know-how to these organisations, and collaborate with a range of partners – locally, nationally and internationally – to explore and develop new technologies and knowledge in this sector.

One of these technologies was AeroSee, a crowd sourced Unmanned Aerial (Search and Rescue) Vehicle.It was nominated as Design of the Year 2014 in a major international competition hosted by the London Design Museum where it was on display to over 800,000 visitors on London’s South Bank.

In July 2015 Paul represented the Civic Drone Centre at a policy forum supported by the Rockefeller Foundation in Bellagio, Italy. The forum, which included experts form the UN, Red Cross and drone manufacturer DJI, was established by Dr Patrick Meier to draft policy for the safe and coordinated use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in humanitarian settings. The guidelines were launched at the World Humanitarian Summit earlier this year.

Innovation within the curriculum has been fundamental to Paul’s academic practice over the past decade, which has led him to co-design, develop and lead three new Masters courses and over twenty modules delivered in the UK and in China. Most recently he worked with UCLan’s senior executive team liaising with the Ministry of Education in China to establish the HBU-UCLan School of Media, Communications and Creative Industries in Hebei, China.

An example of Paul’s approach to developing and enlivening the curriculum is illustrated by the creation of the online news website for journalism students subsequently called ‘HotPot’. The website won the BBC Partnership Award for Innovation in 2011. HotPot is a website for students bringing together photographers, print and broadcast journalists to publish stories on the site. It has also been well used as the publishing platform for students at partner Universities in China.

His own research is strongly focussed on social issues surrounding the creation and use of information technologies to both empower individual citizens and promote democratic ideals. He has pursued this interest by bringing together freelance journalists, film-makers, producers, photographers, game designers and artists together with development agencies to collaborate on projects aimed at addressing the challenges posed by digital convergence. As part of this work he developed a major cross platform narrative training programme with the BBC called inFUZE.

Paul has a long standing commitment to work that unites communities, technologists and content creators through collaborations with communities fostering citizen-led innovation using digital media technologies to identify and address real world problems. He recently led the award winning ‘Interactive newsprint’ project, and the NESTA funded participatory journalism project ‘Speak-Up-Preston’ which followed work on the EPSRC funded Preston based community journalism and design project ‘Bespoke’.

Another example of Paul’s connection with citizen media is the work he has done with his good friend and Media Innovation Studio colleague Dr George Ogola. Together with The African Woman and Child Features Service (AWC), a Nairobi-based Non-Governmental Organisation working to develop an African media sector committed to diversity, gender equality, social justice and development in Africa, Paul and George take teams of students to Africa where they run community journalism-training workshops whilst developing their own professional media skills in the process.

Paul is a peer reviewer for two UK research councils and several international Journals. He holds a number of leadership positions including as a founding member of both the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) Media Innovation Hub and the Drones and Aerial Robotics Conference steering committee and has led the National Endowment in Science & Technology for the Arts (NESTA) strategic partnership for the School of Journalism and Media at UCLan.

He has given Keynote talks at a number of academic conferences, most recently at Mindtrek in Finland. He addressed the 68th World Newspaper Congress in Columbia in June this year and presented to the UK parliament policy briefing group on the sate of UK local media in April. He has previously led panels at the internationally acclaimed US film, interactive media and music festival South by South West, Indian arts festival Unbox and the Edinburgh International Science Festival.

Publication highlights

Egglestone, P, Lochrie, M, Mills, J,, Metcalfe, T. (2015) Paper-based web connected objects and the Internet of Things through EKKO British HCI 2015, Papers and Notes

Garbett, A, Egglestone, P. et al: (2014), Finding “Real People”: Trust and Diversity in the Interface Between Professional and Citizen Journalists, CHI 2014, Papers and Notes

Taylor N, Egglestone P, Rogers J, Shorter M, Frohlich DM, Mills J, Marshall J, Blum-Ross A, Olivier P. (2014) 'Utilising insight journalism for community technology design'. Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings, pp. 2995-3004

Egglestone, P, Ansell, D and Cook, C. (2013) UAVs in crowd tagged mountain rescue, Proceedings of International Conference on Making Sense of Converging Media, Pages 286, New York, NY, USA ©2013 ISBN: 978-1-4503-1992-8

Egglestone, P. (2013) Finding viable business models for developed world broadcast news. In: The Future of Quality News Journalism: a cross continental analysis. Routledge Research in Journalism . Routledge, New York. ISBN 978-0-415-53286-0:

Egglestone, P, Blum-Ross, A, Mills, J and Frohlich, D. (2012) Community journalism by design: reflections on the Bespoke project. Journal of Media Practice, 14 (3). p. 171. ISSN 1468-2753

Egglestone, P, Light, A, Wakeford, T and Rogers, J. (2011) Participant-Making: bridging the gulf between community knowledge and academic research. Journal of community informatics, 7 (3). ISSN 1712-4441

Egglestone, P. (2007) UK Television News. In: The Future of Journalism in the Advanced Democracies. Ashgate, pp. 139-156. ISBN 978-0-75464405-7

Professor Paul Egglestone

Introducing Professor Paul Egglestone

Professor Paul Egglestone is the inaugural Head of School of Creative Industries.

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Career Summary

Biography

Professor Paul Egglestone comes to UON via University of Central Lancashire where he was Director of Research and Innovation, College of Culture and the Creative Industries and Chair of Creative and Digital Technologies.

His research interests focus on issues surrounding the creation and use of information technologies to both empower individual citizens and promote democratic ideals recognising the potential that ever-more affordable media technologies bring to democratising access to public debate as they connect people in new and interesting ways. 

e is a founding member of the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) Media Innovation Hub. I am also a founder member of the Drones and Aerial Robotics Conference steering committee and a steering group member of EU COST ACTION FP1104 leading on innovation. He leads the National Endowment in Science & Technology for the Arts (NESTA) strategic partnership for the School of Journalism and Media. He is a peer reviewer for the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and a reviewer for 2 journals. Previously I was a member of steering group for Lancashire Economic Partnerships New Media and ICT group and led the Media Group of Northern Edge, the Centre of Professional Excellence for Creative and Cultural Industries. 



Qualifications

  • Master of Arts (Fine Arts), University of Central Lancashire
  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours), University of Central Lancashire

Professional Experience

UON Appointment

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School of Creative Industries
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Publications

For publications that are currently unpublished or in-press, details are shown in italics.


Chapter (1 outputs)

Year Citation Altmetrics Link
2013 Egglestone P, 'Finding viable business models for developed world broadcast news', The Future of Quality News Journalism: A Cross-Continental Analysis 67-87 (2013)
DOI 10.4324/9780203382707

Journal article (6 outputs)

Year Citation Altmetrics Link
2017 Scheible J, Funk M, Pucihar KC, Kljun M, Lochrie M, Egglestone P, Skrlj P, 'Using Drones for Art and Exergaming', IEEE Pervasive Computing, 16 48-56 (2017)

© 2002-2012 IEEE. This Spotlight department features two separate articles. In 'Flying Displays and Drone-Assisted Art Making,' Jürgen Scheible and Markus Funk provide... [more]

© 2002-2012 IEEE. This Spotlight department features two separate articles. In 'Flying Displays and Drone-Assisted Art Making,' Jürgen Scheible and Markus Funk provide an overview of their work in creating flying displays and viewports for drone-assisted art making. In 'Interactive Context-Aware Projections with Drones for Exergaming,' Klen Copic Pucihar, Matjaz Kljun, Mark Lochrie, Paul Egglestone, and Peter Skrlj present a moving projection platform that can project content onto arbitrary surfaces while tracking user interaction within and around the displayed content. In particular, they explore how the platform's mobility and rich interaction possibilities create opportunities for advancing research focused on human-drone interaction during street games. This department is part of a special issue on drones.

DOI 10.1109/MPRV.2017.4
2017 Frohlich DM, Ely P, Moore H, Golsteijn C, Egglestone P, Mills J, et al., 'Designing interactive newsprint', International Journal of Human Computer Studies, 104 36-49 (2017)

© 2017 Elsevier Ltd The possibility of linking paper to digital information is enhanced by recent developments in printed electronics. In this article we report the design and ev... [more]

© 2017 Elsevier Ltd The possibility of linking paper to digital information is enhanced by recent developments in printed electronics. In this article we report the design and evaluation of a local newspaper augmented with capacitive touch regions and an embedded Bluetooth chip working with an adjunct device. These al lowed the interactive playback of associated audio and the registration of manual voting actions on the web. Design conventions inherited from paper and the web were explored by showing four different versions of an interactive newspaper to 16 community residents. The diverse responses of residents are described, outlining the potential of the approach for local journalism and recommendations for the design of interactive newsprint.

DOI 10.1016/j.ijhcs.2017.03.002
2013 Blum-Ross A, Mills J, Egglestone P, Frohlich D, 'Community media and design: Insight Journalism as a method for innovation', Journal of Media Practice, 14 171-192 (2013)

This article details the benefits and challenges of Insight Journalism, a community engagement and research methodology developed by the interdisciplinary Bespoke project. Based i... [more]

This article details the benefits and challenges of Insight Journalism, a community engagement and research methodology developed by the interdisciplinary Bespoke project. Based in two under-resourced urban neighbourhoods in North West England, Bespoke combined community media with participatory digital design by supporting local residents to create a series of 'old' and 'new' media outputs that were exhibited locally and used within an innovative design process. The digital designs inspired by the journalism were then built by the Bespoke team and deployed within the local area, where Insight Journalists evaluated their reception. Based on our experiences, in this article, we argue that Insight Journalism can provide a vital space for exploring salient civic and social issues, but must be understood as a process of building relationships and competencies, as well as a set of products including the mediated stories and digital designs that resulted from ongoing engagement. © 2013 Intellect Ltd Article.

DOI 10.1386/jmpr.14.3.171_1
Citations Scopus - 1
2012 Mills J, Egglestone P, Rashid O, Vaataja H, 'MoJo in action: The use of mobiles in conflict, community, and cross-platform journalism', CONTINUUM-JOURNAL OF MEDIA & CULTURAL STUDIES, 26 669-683 (2012)
DOI 10.1080/10304312.2012.706457
Citations Scopus - 1Web of Science - 3
2012 Anderson PJ, Egglestone P, 'The development of effective quality measures relevant to the future practice of BBC news journalism online', JOURNALISM, 13 923-941 (2012)
DOI 10.1177/1464884912457533
Citations Scopus - 18Web of Science - 4
2011 Light A, Egglestone PG, 'Participant-making: bridging the gulf between community knowledge and academic research', The Journal of Community Informatics, 7 (2011)
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Conference (19 outputs)

Year Citation Altmetrics Link
2016 Southern J, Thulin S, Gradinar A, Lochrie M, Egglestone PG, Quick C, Speight E, 'Using audio and interference as locative art', Proceedings of the 30th International BCS Human Computer Interaction Conference (HCI 2016) (2016)
2016 Holmes PM, Parmer P, Lochrie M, Egglestone PG, 'Revealing hidden sounds through the Global Sound Movement', Proceedings of the 30th International BCS Human Computer Interaction Conference (HCI 2016) (2016)
2016 Cseh GM, Jeffries KK, Lochrie M, Egglestone PG, Beattie AA, 'A DigitalCAT: a fusion of creativity assessment theory and HCI', Proceedings of the 30th International BCS Human Computer Interaction Conference (HCI 2016) (2016)
2016 Lochrie M, Matthys G, Gradinar A, Dickinson A, Baudouin O, Egglestone P, 'Co-designing a physical to digital experience for an onboarding and blended learning platform', PROCEEDINGS OF THE 15TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INTERACTION DESIGN AND CHILDREN (IDC2016) (2016)
DOI 10.1145/2930674.2936002
2015 Dickinson A, Lochrie M, Egglestone P, 'UKKO: Enriching persuasive location based games with environmental sensor data', CHI PLAY 2015 - Proceedings of the 2015 Annual Symposium on Computer-Human Interaction in Play (2015)

© 2015 ACM. The number of children walking to school is at an alltime low and car use on the rise. The walk to school is seen as an opportunity to promote exercise and tackle the... [more]

© 2015 ACM. The number of children walking to school is at an alltime low and car use on the rise. The walk to school is seen as an opportunity to promote exercise and tackle the effects of an increasingly sedentary lifestyle amongst young people. At the same time we have a growing understanding of the harmful effects of air pollution on our health. Walking to school would not only make for healthier kids, it would reduce traffic and create a healthier, safer environment but we still drive our kids to school. This paper describes the initial design and development of UKKO, a novel persuasive game to encourage walking to school and engagement with local data. UKKO uses real time environmental data captured by the player to create a virtual environment for a digital pet. The more the student walks and avoids areas of high pollution the more healthy their pet.

DOI 10.1145/2793107.2810324
Citations Scopus - 3
2015 Kljun M, Pucihar KC, Lochrie M, Egglestone P, 'StreetGamez: A Moving projector platform for projected street games', CHI PLAY 2015 - Proceedings of the 2015 Annual Symposium on Computer-Human Interaction in Play (2015)

© Copyright 2015 by the Association for Computing Machinery, Inc. (ACM). Moving Projector Platform (MPP) is a concept of using an autonomous vehicle, such as Unmanned Aerial Vehi... [more]

© Copyright 2015 by the Association for Computing Machinery, Inc. (ACM). Moving Projector Platform (MPP) is a concept of using an autonomous vehicle, such as Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), commonly known as a 'drone', as a means to deliver and move the projection to arbitrary location. As a proof of concept this paper presents a design plan for a Moving Projector Game (MPG) called StreetGamez, which facilitates the game play through motion tracking and projection of a playing area, which can move and follow players in the game. This introduces novel abilities, such as: (i) to move the gaming platform before and during the game to the desired location and (ii) to free players from carrying the gaming equipment. Consequently this instigates possibilities to explore and study new exergame paradigms and players' attitudes towards the system as a whole. The concept also has the potential to provide a breakthrough in the social acceptance of drones in gaming scenarios whilst contributing to current debates on the legislation governing drone flights and furthering knowledge in human-drone interaction.

DOI 10.1145/2793107.2810305
Citations Scopus - 2
2015 Lochrie M, Mills J, Egglestone P, Skelly M, 'Paper gaming: Creating IoT paper interactions with conductive inks and web-connectivity through EKKO', CHI PLAY 2015 - Proceedings of the 2015 Annual Symposium on Computer-Human Interaction in Play (2015)

© Copyright 2015 by the Association for Computing Machinery, Inc. (ACM). Paper is ubiquitous. It forms a substantial part of our everyday activities and interactions; ranging fro... [more]

© Copyright 2015 by the Association for Computing Machinery, Inc. (ACM). Paper is ubiquitous. It forms a substantial part of our everyday activities and interactions; ranging from our take-away coffee cups - to wallpaper - to rail tickets - to board and card games. Imagine if you could connect paper to the Internet, interact and update it with additional data but without recourse to reprinting or using e-ink alternatives. This paper explores work examining conductive inks and web-connectivity of printed objects, which form part of an emergent subfield within the Internet of Things (IoT) and paper. Our research is starting to explore a range of media uses, such as interactive newspapers, books, beer mats and now gaming environments through prototype IoT device named EKKO; a clip that allows conductive ink frameworks to detect human touch interaction revealing rich media content through a mobile application as the 'second screen'.

DOI 10.1145/2793107.2810321
Citations Scopus - 1
2015 Mills J, Lochrie M, Dickinson A, Metcalfe T, Egglestone P, 'Connected paper, EKKO and analytic futures: News and paper data', Proceedings of the 2015 ACM International Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces, ITS 2015 (2015)

© Copyright 2015 ACM. Advances in conductive inks and increasingly accessible and flexible platforms, such as Arduino and Raspberry Pi, are allowing researchers to transform a ra... [more]

© Copyright 2015 ACM. Advances in conductive inks and increasingly accessible and flexible platforms, such as Arduino and Raspberry Pi, are allowing researchers to transform a range of surfaces, including paper and additive layer objects, into capacitive surfaces. When imbued with Internet connectivity, and placed within the 'Internet of things', opportunities to create interactive surfaces that respond to touch and offer audio playback or other data transfer via additional connected peripherals emerge. This poster explores the potential for web-connected paper interfaces with the media and publishing sector and an accompanying content management and system-analytics package to present a range of content, design, interaction and revenue-based opportunities for related industries. It also hints at how paper could be a viable interactive surface and posits potential related work on a wider and cross-industry spectrum.

DOI 10.1145/2817721.2823489
2015 Dickinson A, Lochrie M, Egglestone P, 'DataPet: Designing a participatory sensing data game for children', BRITISH HCI 2015 (2015)
DOI 10.1145/2783446.2783602
2015 Mills J, Egglestone P, Lochrie M, Skelly M, 'Paper-based web connected objects and the Internet of Things through EKKO', BRITISH HCI 2015 (2015)
DOI 10.1145/2783446.2783610
2014 Garbett A, Comber R, Egglestone P, Glancy M, Olivier P, 'Finding "real people": Trust and diversity in the interface between professional and citizen journalists', Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings (2014)

The increase of social media and web blogs has enabled a new generation of citizen journalism to provide new perspectives into local communities. However traditional news organisa... [more]

The increase of social media and web blogs has enabled a new generation of citizen journalism to provide new perspectives into local communities. However traditional news organisations are currently struggling to incorporate this new form of journalism into their existing organisational workflow. We present an analysis from 10 interviews with professional journalists and explore the current issues faced by professional journalists when searching for reliable and reputable local news sources as well as the perceived role of citizen journalists within a large news organisation. From this analysis we present a set of design implications for building systems that support interaction between citizen and professional journalists in order to encourage participatory news production and diversify national news perspectives.

DOI 10.1145/2556288.2557114
Citations Scopus - 3
2014 Wood G, Vines J, Balaam M, Taylor N, Smith T, Crivellaro C, et al., 'The department of hidden stories: Playful digital storytelling for children in a public library', Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings (2014)

We detail the design of the Department of Hidden Stories (DoHS), a mobile-based game to support playful digital storytelling among primary school children in public libraries. Thr... [more]

We detail the design of the Department of Hidden Stories (DoHS), a mobile-based game to support playful digital storytelling among primary school children in public libraries. Through a process of iterative design in collaboration with library staff and children's writers we designed DoHS to support the potential for playful storytelling through interactions with books. A deployment of DoHS with two classes of 8 to 10 years olds as part of their regular library visits revealed insights related to how to balance the expectations of a child-at-play and the requirement to further develop their creative reading and writing skills. Based on our experiences we recommend that designers create playful digitally based activities that encourage children to explore libraries and experience n ew interactions with physical books.

DOI 10.1145/2556288.2557034
Citations Scopus - 5
2014 Wood G, Vines J, Balaam M, Taylor N, Smith T, Crivellaro C, et al., 'The department of hidden stories: Playful digital storytelling for children in a public library', Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings (2014)

We detail the design of the Department of Hidden Stories (DoHS), a mobile-based game to support playful digital storytelling among primary school children in public libraries. Thr... [more]

We detail the design of the Department of Hidden Stories (DoHS), a mobile-based game to support playful digital storytelling among primary school children in public libraries. Through a process of iterative design in collaboration with library staff and children's writers we designed DoHS to support the potential for playful storytelling through interactions with books. A deployment of DoHS with two classes of 8 to 10 years olds as part of their regular library visits revealed insights related to how to balance the expectations of a child-at-play and the requirement to further develop their creative reading and writing skills. Based on our experiences we recommend that designers create playful digitally based activities that encourage children to explore libraries and experience new interactions with physical books.

DOI 10.1145/2556288.2557034
Citations Scopus - 6
2013 Egglestone P, Ansell D, Cook C, 'DEMO: UAVs in crowd tagged mountain rescue', PROCEEDINGS OF THE 17TH INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC MINDTREK CONFERENCE (2013)
Citations Scopus - 1Web of Science - 1
2012 Taylor N, Marshall J, Blum-Ross A, Mills J, Rogers J, Egglestone P, et al., 'Viewpoint: Empowering communities with situated voting devices', Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings (2012)

Viewpoint is a public voting device developed to allow residents in a disadvantaged community to make their voices heard through a simple, lightweight interaction. This was intend... [more]

Viewpoint is a public voting device developed to allow residents in a disadvantaged community to make their voices heard through a simple, lightweight interaction. This was intended to open a new channel of communication within the community and increase community members' perception of their own efficacy. Local elected officials and community groups were able to post questions on devices located in public spaces, where residents could vote for one of two responses. Question authors were subsequently required to post a response indicating any actions to be taken. Following a two-month trial, we present our experiences and contribute guidelines for the design of public democracy tools and dimensions impacting their effectiveness, including credibility, efficacy and format. Copyright 2012 ACM.

DOI 10.1145/2207676.2208594
Citations Scopus - 27
2012 Väätäjä H, Egglestone P, 'Briefing news reporting with mobile assignments - Perceptions, needs and challenges', Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, CSCW (2012)

Mobile handheld devices are an increasing part of everyday fieldwork of news professionals. Mobile assignments delivered to mobile journalists' smartphones are one potential ... [more]

Mobile handheld devices are an increasing part of everyday fieldwork of news professionals. Mobile assignments delivered to mobile journalists' smartphones are one potential future development step. We present findings on using mobile assignments from two exploratory user studies in which smartphones were used as news reporting tools. Mobile assignments were perceived as handy for fast reporting situations and simple stories but challenging in case of more complex tasks. Structured information content of assignments, process phase based information and supporting situation and activity awareness would support the work of both editorial staff and mobile journalists. The locationing of reporters for sending location-based assignments was found acceptable for coordinating the work although some privacy concerns were expressed. The findings provide new information on using mobile assignments in work where carrying out tasks involves creativity and the tasks may be complex, not strictly limited or they may not have clear completion criteria. © 2012 ACM.

DOI 10.1145/2145204.2145280
Citations Scopus - 10
2012 Mills J, Egglestone PG, 'Interactive newsprint: the future of newspapers? Printed electronics meets hyperlocal and community co-design', ICMC12: Proceedings (2012)
2011 Light A, Wakeford T, Egglestone PG, Rogers J, 'Research ion equal footing? a UK collaborative inquiry into community and academic knowledge', IKTC2011: Proceedings (2011)
2011 Egglestone PG, Vataaja H, 'Briefing news reporting with mobile assignments: perceptions, needs and challenges', CSCW2012: Proceedings (2011)
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Creative Work (11 outputs)

Year Citation Altmetrics Link
2003 Egglestone PG, Living with it (2003)
2002 Egglestone PG, Heaven & Earth (2002)
2001 Egglestone PG, Love the Sinner (2001)
2001 Egglestone PG, The Dangerous Adventures of Baroness Cox (2001)
2001 Egglestone PG, Bashir M, Turning Point (2001)
2001 Egglestone PG, The Yard (2001)
2000 Egglestone PG, Full on Fellows (2000)
2000 Egglestone PG, M2K (2000)
1999 Egglestone PG, Whose Game is it Anyway? (1999)
1999 Egglestone PG, Bloomin' Nights (1999)
1999 Egglestone PG, This is the Word (1999)
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Grants and Funding

Summary

Number of grants 14
Total funding $3,654,300

Click on a grant title below to expand the full details for that specific grant.


20181 grants / $7,500

2018 International Visitor from University of Surrey, United Kingdom$7,500

Funding body: University of Newcastle

Funding body University of Newcastle
Project Team Professor Paul Egglestone, Professor David Frohlich
Scheme International Research Visiting Fellowship
Role Lead
Funding Start 2018
Funding Finish 2018
GNo G1700960
Type Of Funding Internal
Category INTE
UON Y

20142 grants / $778,000

Civic Drone Centre$558,000

Funding body: Higher Education Innovation Fund

Funding body Higher Education Innovation Fund
Scheme Research Grant
Role Investigator
Funding Start 2014
Funding Finish 2017
GNo
Type Of Funding External
Category EXTE
UON N

DataMakers$220,000

Funding body: Higher Education Innovation Fund

Funding body Higher Education Innovation Fund
Scheme Research Grant
Role Lead
Funding Start 2014
Funding Finish 2016
GNo
Type Of Funding External
Category EXTE
UON N

20122 grants / $27,300

Telling Tales of Engagement$16,000

Funding body: Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

Funding body Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
Scheme RCUK Research Grants
Role Lead
Funding Start 2012
Funding Finish 2013
GNo
Type Of Funding International - Competitive
Category 3IFA
UON N

The news where you are$11,300

Funding body: Arts and Humanities Research Council

Funding body Arts and Humanities Research Council
Scheme RCUK Research Grant
Role Investigator
Funding Start 2012
Funding Finish 2013
GNo
Type Of Funding External
Category EXTE
UON N

20112 grants / $857,700

Interactive Newsprint$599,000

Funding body: Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

Funding body Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
Scheme RCUK Research Grant
Role Lead
Funding Start 2011
Funding Finish 2013
GNo
Type Of Funding International - Competitive
Category 3IFA
UON N

Speak-up-Preston$258,700

Funding body: NESTA

Funding body NESTA
Scheme Research Grant
Role Investigator
Funding Start 2011
Funding Finish 2013
GNo
Type Of Funding External
Category EXTE
UON N

20103 grants / $200,200

Participants United$71,000

Funding body: Arts and Humanities Research Council

Funding body Arts and Humanities Research Council
Scheme RCUK Research Grant
Role Lead
Funding Start 2010
Funding Finish 2011
GNo
Type Of Funding External
Category EXTE
UON N

Work Home$64,600

Funding body: Arts and Humanities Research Council

Funding body Arts and Humanities Research Council
Scheme Research Grant
Role Investigator
Funding Start 2010
Funding Finish 2011
GNo
Type Of Funding External
Category EXTE
UON N

Big Society$64,600

Funding body: Arts and Humanities Research Council

Funding body Arts and Humanities Research Council
Scheme Research Grant
Role Investigator
Funding Start 2010
Funding Finish 2011
GNo
Type Of Funding External
Category EXTE
UON N

20091 grants / $1,444,500

Bespoke$1,444,500

Funding body: Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

Funding body Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
Scheme Research Grant
Role Investigator
Funding Start 2009
Funding Finish 2011
GNo
Type Of Funding External
Category EXTE
UON N

20082 grants / $261,600

InFUZE$142,100

Funding body: BBC

Funding body BBC
Scheme Knowledge Exchange project
Role Lead
Funding Start 2008
Funding Finish 2008
GNo
Type Of Funding External
Category EXTE
UON N

Meld2$119,500

Funding body: Higher Education Funding Council for England

Funding body Higher Education Funding Council for England
Scheme Higher Level Skills Partnership
Role Lead
Funding Start 2008
Funding Finish 2009
GNo
Type Of Funding External
Category EXTE
UON N

20071 grants / $77,500

Meld$77,500

Funding body: Regional Development Agency

Funding body Regional Development Agency
Scheme Knowledge Exchange project
Role Lead
Funding Start 2007
Funding Finish 2007
GNo
Type Of Funding External
Category EXTE
UON N
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News

Humanities start-ups workshop attracts social entrepreneurs

July 10, 2017

What do a Festival of Repair, shared childcare for international students and a guerrilla busking flash mob event have in common? They were just three of the human-centric business ideas that underwent an intensive two-day workshop to nurture ideas at the Humanities Start-Ups Workshop on 29-30 June.

Paul Egglestone

UON launches new home of creativity

March 9, 2017

At a ceremony today, the University of Newcastle (UON) will officially launch the fusion of its creative disciplines into a cutting-edge School of Creative Industries.

Professor Paul Egglestone

Position

Head of School
School of Creative Industries
School of Creative Industries
Faculty of Education and Arts

Contact Details

Email paul.egglestone@newcastle.edu.au
Phone (02) 4985 4545
Link Twitter

Office

Room X-437
Building NeW Space
Location City Campus

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