About Follow Northampton

Follow Northampton is a free, interactive guide to Northampton’s history and heritage for Phones and iPads. Follow Northampton has been created and developed through collaboration between staff and students at the University of Northampton and members of the wider Northampton community. It was made possible by the award of two Learning Enhancement & Innovation Grants from the Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education at the University of Northampton and is an entirely not-for-profit project. The app will be automatically updated as new information is added, and future versions of the app will gradually chart the entire town of Northampton.Available on the App Store



Core Project Team
Dr. Drew Gray – Senior Lecturer in History at the University of Northampton
Sabine Coady Schaebitz – Director of the Collaborative Centre for the Built Environment at the University of Northampton
Robert Farmer – Learning Designer at the University of Northampton
Chris Collinge – App Developer at www.media-i.co.uk

Project Contributors
Peter Aiers – Churches Conservation Trust Director – audio contributor
Dan Andres – BA Graphic Communication Student – logo designer
Roseanna Belcher – BA History Student – researcher and text contributor
Helen Blaby – BBC Radio Northampton Reporter and Presenter – audio contributor
Gabrielle Cairns – BA History Student – researcher and text contributor
Andy Clarke – Spring Boroughs Planning Advisor – audio contributor
Beth Conroy – BA Primary Education Student – video contributor
Jasdeep Dhillon – BA History and Business Student – researcher and text contributor
Peter Holmes – BA Photographic Practice Student – photographer
Peter James Norman – Fifth Bard of Northampton – audio contributor
Professor Nick Petford – Vice Chancellor of the University of Northampton – audio contributor
Ian Pagett – BA Primary Education Student – video contributor
Dr. Toby Purser – Senior Lecturer in Education – audio contributor
Steve Robinson – BA History Student – researcher and text contributor

Plus very special thanks to the children, teachers and classroom assistants of classes 4H and 4R (2014/15) at the Good Shepherd Primary School, Northampton, for creating the video ‘Follow Northampton: A handmade journey through historic Northampton’.


 

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