Portfolio of Work
This digital analytics study investigates MoMA’s “Seeing Through Photographs” course. It focuses on understanding the degrees of participant satisfaction and influences on their engagement from the point of participant enrollment, drop-off and course completion.
This is a single method qualitative study, which was performed for the Aberystwyth University as a dissertation (MSc in Information Asssurance and Governance). I used an inductive approach and a thematic analysis method. This study aims to identify the disadvantages and advantages of interoperability, describe the legislative developments in EU in terms of interoperability and identify and describe the borders and security systems which are supposed to interoperate.
This research paper presents the current trends in the British higher education (EQF level 5-8) from EU perspective and the impact of Brexit referendum on higher education in UK and in EU.
It is based on the quantitative analysis of the publicly available data gathered by HESA, European Commission and EU Agency responsible for the management of Erasmus + program.