Hills, Philip James
HILLS, Philip James
HILLS, Philip James. British, b. 1933. Genres: Education, Information science/Computers, Sciences. Career: Head, Center for Research into Human Communication and Learning, Cambridge, 1986-; Lecturer in Educational Technology, Institute for Educational Technology, University of Surrey, Guildford, 1972- (Leverhulme Research Fellow, 1969-72). Sr. Science Master and Head of the Chemistry Dept., Netherthorpe Grammar School, Staveley, 1959-64; Lecturer in Education and Science, Institute of Education, University of Sheffield, 1964-69. International Journal of Information Management, Editor. Publications: Small Scale Physical Chemistry, 1966; Chemical Equilibria, 1969; (with J. Leisten) Studies in Atomic Structure, 1969; The Self-Teaching Process in Higher Education, 1976; Study Courses and Counselling, 1979; The Future of the Printed Word: Teaching and Learning as a Communications Process, 1979; (with H. Barlow) Effective Study Skills, 1980; Teaching, Learning, and Communication, 1986; Educating for a Computer Age, 1986; (with M. McLaren) Communication Skills, 1986; (with McLaren) Teaching Communication Skills, 1986; (with McLaren) Communication Skills: A International Review, 2 vols., 1987; Educational Futures, 1987; Publish or Perish, 1989, 2nd ed., 1999; Management Information Systems: The Human/Computer Interface, 1990; (with H. Lewis) Time Management for Academics, 1999; Aspects of Human Communication, Vol. 1: As Others See Us, 2004. EDITOR: (with L.J. Hayness, C.R. Palmer and D.S. Trickey) Alternatives to the Lecture, 1974; (with J. Gilbert) Aspects of Educational Technology, vol. II, 1977; Trends in Information Transfer, 1981; Dictionary of Education, 1984. Address: c/o Frances Kelly, Authors Agent, 111 Clifton Rd, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey KT2 6PL, England.