Projects per year
Approach to teaching
Paul believes teaching should be student-led and interactive. He uses a wide range of facilitation skills and recently was given an Outstanding Teaching Award at the University of Warwick. He recently authored a teachers' guide at the University of Brighton entitled "Fifty Ways of Enhancing the Student Experience During the Covid-19 Lockdown". This arises from Paul's research and development into innovative ways of teaching and learning online.
For over twenty years Paul has designed and facilitated knowledge sharing and transfer between academia and industry. He as been core to the development of the University of Brighton's PROFITNET programme which has engaged in knowledge exchange with hundreds of SMEs. He awas a co-designer of CENTRIM's award winning DIAL (Drop In Action Learning) project which has facilitated knowledge exchange with hundreds of SMEs in the Brighton and Hove (in the UK) area. He was been involved in three Knowledge Transfer Partnerships in the UK (KTPs)< the most recent of which, in collaboration with Extech Cloud, achieved an Outstanding rating.
Master, University of Brighton
9 Jan 1989 → 8 Oct 1993
Award Date: 16 Jun 1993
Bachelor, University of Brighton
5 Sep 1984 → 30 Jul 2011
Award Date: 10 Oct 1988
Associate, Ulster University2 Feb 2018 → …
Associate, University of Warwick31 Oct 2010 → …
Digital Inferno: Using Technology Consciously in Your Life and Work, 101 Ways to Survive and Thrive in a Hyperconnected WorldLevy, P., 2015, Clairview Books. 208 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Book - authored
Levy, P., Bond, S., Friis, P., Finnestrand, H. O. & Skarholt, K., 2006, The Thin Book on Organisational Theatre. Darsø, L., Meisiek, S. & Boje, D. (eds.). Denmark: Learning Lab, p. 45-55 11 p.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference proceeding with ISSN or ISBN › Chapter
Levy, P., Knowles, D., Stagg, C. & Junkar, M., 2006, In: Journal of Mechanical Engineering. 52, 7-8, p. 515-525 11 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review