Charlie Schick is Editor-in-Chief for Nokia
Conversations. His career at Nokia also includes kick-starting Ovi.com,
Lifeblog and the Series
60 Platform, and providing Internet strategy consulting throughout the company.
Prior to joining Nokia, he was an editorial consultant for various online
and print publications. In addition to having written numerous articles
and print telecom publications, he has written various research papers in
leading journals and co-authored a book on advanced phone systems. One
of his dark secrets
is that he spent 12 years in basic Molecular and Cellular Biology research,
reaching the level of Research Fellow and Instructor at Children's Hospital
of the Harvard Medical School. He has a graduate degree from the University
of Massachusetts Amherst.
Kim Whittlestone is Senior Lecturer in Independent Learning at the Royal Veterinary College (RVC). His career started in Bristol in 1989 where he combined working as a veterinary surgeon with developing innovative approaches to teaching and learning at the University of Bristol. He has spent most of his career exploring the impact of technology in veterinary and medical education and helped to establish the Centre for Applied Research in Educational Technologies at the University of Cambridge in 2001. Kim is particularly interested in how students approach their learning and how their teachers, peers and emerging technologies, influence this approach.