Kayleigh Bateman is the special projects editor for Computer Weekly. She manages cross-site projects across TechTarget’s network of UK sites in addition to covering the IT skills beat and managing the WITsend blog for Computer Weekly.
She is also the editor of the CW Europe ezine and is responsible for the CW European User Awards.
Kayleigh originally joined TechTarget as site editor for SearchVirtualDataCentre.co.UK, before becoming the UK managing editor of TechTarget International. She joined TechTarget from Computer Reseller News UK, where she specialised in virtualisation and storage. Prior to CRN, she attended the University of Hertfordshire, where she studied for her BA in English literature, journalism and media cultures.
She can be reached at either email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Contributions from Kayleigh Bateman
- Children more skilled at using smartphones than tying shoes
- Computer science university applications back on the rise
- UK leads the way on EU e-skills policy and stakeholder activities
- Computing curriculum is an opportunity to develop 'meta skills'
- We don’t want to “sheep dip” computing teachers says DfE
- Computing curriculum will enable teachers to flourish, say Ofsted
- Open Badge scheme showcased at Bett 2014
- Secretary of state for education Michael Gove opens Bett 2014
- Microsoft unveils primary school suite for computing curriculum
- Well-educated men on £39,040 most fulfilled IT sector workers
- Why computing curriculum fails to light flame of inspiration
- Interactive graphic: 2014 European IT priorities and forecast
- Interactive graphic: 4Q13 global PC shipments suffer decline
- IT pros see salary increase of 4% - well above national average
- UK ambitious to win global education race says Truss
- Women in business technology top stories of 2013
- The top ICT skills, computer science and IT job stories for 2013
- Manpower survey shows telecoms roles are in demand for Q4
- UK teens see ICT as essential to study
- BCS unveils £1m Barefoot Computing teacher training