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Dr Aleksej Heinze
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Aleksej is a Senior Lecturer with a wealth of lecturing experience in a variety of subjects mostly concerned with the use of Information Technologies to benefit business. In addition to his teaching, he has been active in a number of management and leadership roles including Co-Director of the Centre for Digital Business and Social Media Champion at Salford Business School.
He has a breadth of experience of working on projects with small local organisations for example, in the use of Search Engine Optimisation and Social Media Marketing, as well as on national and international projects – for example - Passport to Trade 2.0 – a project developing business culture guides, including Social Media Etiquette, across 31 European countries - http://businessculture.org
Working in multinational teams he has developed online learning material in the areas of Enterprise Cultural Heritage and regional innovation policy practice. Most recently, he has been working on the Joint European Masters in Digital and Social Media Marketing (JEMSS) project to develop a series of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) in Digital and Social Media Marketing - http://mastersindigitalmarketing.org
Being a pragmatist, he believes in innovation and “practicing what he preaches” through a number of consultancies such as Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTPs) and the supervision of real live student projects. He is also Head of the Advisory Board at SEMTA (Search Engine Marketing Trade Association).
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He is also a supervisor for several PhD students
Aleksej’s research interests are in the area of disruptive innovation using information technology (IT) and the use of IT in business management. Topics include Enterprise 2.0; Web 2.0, Search marketing and Social Media Marketing.
Qualifications and Memberships
- BSc (Hons) in Business Information Systems (First Class) – 2003
- Practitioner membership of the Higher Education Academy
- PhD title: ‘Blended Learning: an Interpretive Action Research Study’ - 2008
- PgCert in Higher Education Practice and Research - 2008
- IDM Award in Search Marketing (with Distinction) - 2014
- UK Academy for Information Systems (UKAIS) Member - 2010
- Institute of Direct and Digital Marketing (IDM) Member - 2013
- Head of the Advisory Board at Search Engine Marketing Trade Association (SEMTA) - 2014
Full list of publications (http://usir.salford.ac.uk/view/authors/6757.html )
Heinze, A, Ferneley, E and Child, P 2013, 'Ideal participants in online market research: Lessons from closed communities' , International Journal of Market Research, 55 (6) , pp. 769-789.
Griffiths, M, Heinze, A and Ofoegbu, AC 2013, 'The real SAP® Business one cost: A case study of ERP adoption in an SME' , International Journal of Management Practice, 6 (2) , pp. 199-215.
Heinze, A., and Procter, C. (2010). The significance of the reflective practitioner in blended learning. International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning (IJMBL), 2(2), Forthcoming. Available online: http://usir.salford.ac.uk/8823/
Heinze, A., and Heinze, B. (2009). Blended E-Learning Skeleton of Conversation: improving formative assessment in undergraduate dissertation supervision. British Journal of Educational Technology, Special Issue: e-Assessment: developing new dialogues for the digital age, 40(2), 294-305.
Cooper, G. and A. Heinze (2007). "Centralisation of Assessment: meeting the challenges of Multi-year Team Projects in Information Systems Education." Journal of Information Systems Education 18, 3, 345 - 356. Abstract available online: http://www.jise.appstate.edu/Issues/18/V18N3p345-abs.pdf
Lynch, K., A. Heinze, and E. Scott (2007). "Information technology team projects in higher education: An international viewpoint." Journal of Information Technology Education, 6, 181-198. Available online: http://jite.org/documents/Vol6/JITEv6p181-198Lynch354.pdf
Heinze, A., C Procter, and B. Scott (2007). "Use of Conversation Theory to underpin Blended Learning," International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies, 1,