I am a principal lecturer in business systems and a member of the Department of Finance, Accounting and Business Systems at Sheffield Business School. My main areas of focus are information systems, quantitative analysis and accountancy. I teach on a range of undergraduate and masters programs and I am the module leader for one of the largest undergraduate modules in the Business School. I am also a fellow of the Higher Education Academy and I have received a teaching excellence award in recognition of my contribution towards improving pedagogic learning. Specialisms and interests: I am an extremely enthusiastic teacher and I strongly believe in reflecting on practice and continuous personal and professional development. I have a keen research interest in teaching and learning pedagogy and developments in this area. I am also the e-learning coordinator for the Business School and as such I play pivotal role in the School's adoption of new technologies to enhance student experience. My role includes, among others, the dissemination of best practices in pedagogic learning and facilitating the adoption of new technology to deliver better student experience both across the Business School and the University. Consequently, my research is focussed on areas of e-learning and pedagogy. I have conference papers to my credit and I am keen on developing further interesting proposals of merit in this area. Teaching interests - quantitative analysis - financial analysis - information systems - consultancy projects
- 2013: MA Post Compulsory Education and Training, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
- 2009: Post Graduate Certificate Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
- 1998: Post Graduate Certificate in Education, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
- 1987: BA Economics, Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom
- Teaching and Learning Pedagogies
Department of Finance, Accounting and Business Systems
Sheffield Business School
Business Operations and Systems
Tipi, L., & Revill, J. (2016). Applied Business Analytics. (1st). London: Bookboon (Ventus).
Revill, J., & Baker, R. (2015). Screencasts: do they really work in business ‘quants’.? Presented at: British Educational Studies Association (BESA) Conference, Cardiff
Revill, J., & Baker, R. (2015). The role of data analytics in the assessment process: its use in moderation, teaching and prediction. Presented at: EDINEB Conference
Dobson, S., & Revill, J. (2014). Student-centricity in the teachiing and learning of business mathematics.
Dobson, S., & Revill, J. (2014). Using in-class voting for formative feedback: Teaching and learning of business mathematics.
Revill, J. (2013). New Rules: Enhancing Students Employability skills through External Accreditation.
Revill, J. (2012). A duty of care and a duty to care in the tutor-student relationship.
Revill, J. (2012). The Virtual Business - Bringing Reality into Studies Enhancing Student Learning and Employability.