I have had a pretty interdisciplinary career so far, with a BSc (hons) as an economics major, an MSc in Information Management serving as an introduction to the world of more serious computing (having grown up as a hobbyist/gamer), followed by a PhD in sociology.
After a few years working at Lancaster University’s Centre for e-science I worked at the Open University, in the Institute of Educational Technology on a project looking at Digital Scholarship. You can read a report of the research i did here
I now work at Durham University’s Foundation Centre , where I am a Teaching Fellow running introductory anthropology and sociology courses. I’ve also set up a facebook page, which I blog about, and I am currently running a project about the use of YouTube in my teaching practice.