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Andrew Hague


Contact Details

MB 3.20

twitter: @andrewhague

Office Hours

Thursday 10am-12pm

My Bio

I have worked with computers since I first discovered them at the age of 11; too many years ago. I followed my passion for software and hardware through school, university (to D.Phil level at the University of York) and into my 20 year career as a video game developer. After all these years, I still get a buzz from understanding how computers are used for so many varied and ground-breaking endeavours.

I am a teaching fellow in the Department of Computer Science. I have been an active member of the Computing at Schools workgroup, where I developed an educational user manual for the Raspberry Pi computer in conjunction with the Raspberry Pi Foundation. Previously I was a visiting lecturer on the Games Technology BSc for Birmingham City University, the Software Engineering and Games Development BSc for Buckinghamshire New University, and the Game Design & Development MA at the National Film & Television School. I was the module convenor for Computer Science on the International Foundation Programme at Warwick Foundation Studies. I am also a STEM Ambassador.


D.Phil. Computer Science, University of York

B.Sc. Computer Science, University of York


HAGUE, A.C., "Towards Deeper Learning with Hand-Crafted Courseware." D.Phil Thesis, 1997

HAGUE, A.C. & BENEST, I.D., "CAL'95: Towards over-the-shoulder guidance following a traditional learning metaphor", Computers and Education, 26(1-3), pp.61-70, June 1996.

HAGUE, A.C., & BENEST, I.D., "Towards Over-the-Shoulder Guidance Following a Traditional Learning Metaphor", In: EAMES, I.W. & JOHNSON A.R. (Eds), "Computer Aided Learning in Engineering" Conference Proceedings, Sheffield, pp. 21-30, September 1994.

HAGUE A.C. & BENEST, I.D., "Implementing a CAL Technique For Deep Learning", In: MAURER, H., "Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 1995", Proceedings of ED-MEDIA 95 - World Conference on Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, pp.289-294, June 1995.

BENEST, I.D. & HAGUE, A.C., "The On-Line Lecture Concept". In: NOBAR, P.M. & KAINZ, W. (Eds), "Computer Based Learning in Science", Proceedings of the International Conference on Computer Based Learning in Science, Vienna, pp. 440-448, December 1993.

Role Within Department

Assistant Professor for Computer Science