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Biography

Julia Osgerby has a degree in Economics from the University of York, a Master’s Degree in Accounting and Management Science from the University of Southampton, and professional qualifications in Management Accounting (CIMA) and Teaching in Higher Education. She trained as a Management Account in the National Health Service and was appointed to teach Accounting for the Business Management Degree at the University of Winchester in 2005. In 2012 Julia took over as the Programme Leader for the Accounting and Finance Degree and was appointed as an External Examiner for Royal Holloway College of the University of London She is also a Consultant for Curriculum Design (Accounting), Foundation Degree for International Business, King's College, Bournemouth. 

Higher Education teaching qualification

Higher Education Academy Fellowship (FHEA).

Areas of expertise

  • Management accounting
  • General accounting
  • Financial management

Julia has also made extensive use of the University’s Virtual Learning Environment to develop web-based learning materials and other information technology tools in her teaching.

Publications

  • 2016 Case Study contribution to book,  Denicolo, Constructivist Approaches and Research Method, Sage Osgerby, Marriott and Gee  Case Study in Chapter 11
  • 2015 Article Refereed, International Journal of Management Education, Volume13, Issue 3, Osgerby, J and Rush. D An exploratory case study examining undergraduate accounting students’ perceptions of using Twitter as a learning support tool P337-348
  • 2013 Article Refereed. Osgerby, J. (2013) Students' perceptions of the introduction of a blended learning environment: an exploratory case study, Accounting Education: an International Journal, Vol. 22, Pages 85-99, Taylor & Francis. Read online here.
  • 2010 Article Refereed. Marriott. P., Pogue, M. and Osgerby, J. (2010) An analysis of students' awareness of personal finance in higher education: A Welsh, English and Northern Irish perspective, International Journal of Management Education, Vol. 9, Issue 1, Oct 10, Pages 43-56
  • 2008 Article Refereed. Burgess, J. (2008) Is a blended learning approach suitable for mature part time finance students?, Electronic Journal of E Learning (EJEL), Vol. 6, Issue 2, Pages 111-118

Conference papers

  • 2013 Emerging Paper Presenter: 'Investigation of the Utility for Accounting Education of the Internet Based Social Networking Service and 'Microblogging' Tool Called Twitter', BAFA Special Interest Group (SIG) Education Middlesex.
  • 2013 Emerging Paper Presenter: An exploratory study to examine undergraduate students’ perceptions and awareness towards the utility of developing employability skills, with the aim of embedding employability in the curriculum of the re-validated degree in 2014. L&T Day, Winchester University
  • 2010 Paper Presenter: Blended learning in the enhancement of finance students' learning experiences: a case study approach, BAA Special Interest Group (SIG) Education, University of Dublin
  • 2009 Paper Presenter: Do blended learning techniques enhance finance students' learning experiences? BAA Special Interest Group (SIG) Education, University of Essex
    2008 Presenter: Management Accounting in Charities, BAA Doctoral Conference, Blackpool
  • 2007 Presenter: Is blended learning suitable for mature part time students? European Conference on eLearning, University of Copenhagen
  • 2006 Presenter: Management accounting in small not for profit organisations, BAA Annual Accountancy Conference, University of Portsmouth
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