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Myriam Mallet

01642 384610
Job title:
Senior Lecturer in Multimedia & Web Development
School of Computing, Media & the Arts
Computing, Media & the Arts research

About Myriam Mallet

Myriam Mallet

Myriam Mallet
Senior Lecturer in Multimedia & Web Development, School of Computing, Media & the Arts
T: 01642 384610
Research: Computing, Media & the Arts research

Myriam’s teaching concentrates on sharing with students her experience of teamwork and project management around the world. After two years studying a mechanical engineering degree in her hometown of Clermont-Ferrand, France, Myriam transferred into the final year of a BSc (Hons) International Business Information Technology at Teesside. She went on to complete a one-year placement at ICI, then returned to Teesside to study a master’s in multimedia applications, centring on multimedia as a marketing tool. Myriam then returned to ICI, developing multimedia applications to promote the consultants within its Knowledge Management Group. Her role moved from development into consultancy, promoting multimedia as a technology that could be useful for businesses. After four years within the Knowledge Management Group, Myriam joined Teesside University as a multimedia lecturer.

Myriam concentrates on the project management, consultancy and teamwork aspects of working on multimedia projects. Students work on live projects with real clients – in fact student teams compete against each other for work as in industry. It keeps the momentum going and it reflects real life.

Research interests

Myriam is working on a PhD examining constructivism in learning and teaching: how students can build their own knowledge, rather than have it passed on.

In the news

  • Teesside University - Students' digital skills offer fresh perspective to a global sports brand
    4 Traders (web) 21/12/2018; North East Chamber of Commerce, 22/12/2017
    The students from the University's School of Computing, Media & the Arts were tasked withcreating a mobile app for Sports Direct as part of their final year module.

  • Ramblers find new direction with help from Teesside students
    North East Connected, 29/06/2017
    A group of talented Teesside University students has received praise from a regional walking club after working tirelessly to design and implement a brand new website.

  • University expertise helps Army community group
    British Forces Resettlement Services, 19/12/2016
    Catterick Garrison Community Group presented a plaque to Teesside University for the work the School of Computing undertook on digitising its booking and registration system.