Chris Jennings

Senior Lecturer in Digital Publishing


Personal Profile

Chris Jennings has been a Senior Lecturer at Oxford Brookes University since 1995 and has been the course leader for the MA in Electronic Media and the MA in Interactive Media Publishing.

In his early career Chris was a practicing artist and designer and has exhibited his photographs and sculptures nationally and internationally. He became involved in computer-generated art works in the mid 1980s and has subsequently worked in the field of computers for art education. Chris was one of the pioneers to adopt CD-ROM and multimedia technologies for clients such as the BBC, the British Museum, Harper Collins and Heinemann, winning several awards for these projects.

Chris continues to practice as a producer of interactive projects and has completed a local history resource with Oxford County Council as well as other projects. As the internet has overtaken CD-ROM as a preferred publishing platform Chris has developed wide-ranging expertise in web design and interactive ‘eBooks’.

On his web site is his own personal journal expressing ideas and topics relating to his practice and teaching.

Undergraduate Teaching

  • Publishing Media Workflow
  • Digital Product

Postgraduate Teaching

Module Leader for:

  • P65021 Design and Production for Publishing
  • P65035  Digital Media Publishing


Chris is particularly interested eBook development and has produced a number of eBooks. His special interest is in eBook Typography and he has published an eBook distributed in the Apple iBookstore 'eBook Typography for Flowable eBooks'.

Future Research Plans:

New and future methods of web publishing using content management, wiki and blogging systems. Taking current web sites and rebuilding using these new systems.