Andrew J. Horsburgh is a full time lecturer in media technology at Solent University. He joined Solent University in August 2013 from the University of the West of Scotland. Andrew’s current responsibilities are diverse - encompassing new unit design, design and delivery of assessments, sponsoring engagement between the media industry to foster student employability, and developing a wider profile for the four degree pathways.
Previous to lecturing – Andrew was a freelance sound engineer. His professional experience consists of providing sound system design, construction and installation, operation, and quality assurance across the UK. From 2006 until 2012 Andrew worked for the O2 Group, Analogue Live, A-Live Productions, Black Box Pro Audio, and the International Guitar Foundation as a freelance sound engineer.
Horsburgh, A. J. (2015). An Interactive Multimedia Experience: A Case Study. Audio Engineering Society’s 138th Convention, Warsaw (paper 9342)
Horsburgh, A. J. (2015). Inspiring Research: Viewing Undergraduate Projects as Research. A presentation given at the4th Solent Teaching and Learning Community Conference.
Horsburgh, A. J. (2014), "Audio Researchers: Are we not listening?", A presentation given at the 41st International SEMPRE Conference, Institute of Education, London. The paper is currently under consideration for inclusion within a special edition SEMPRE Conference Series journal.