My main research interest is to investigate how we read on the Web and the impact of hyperlinks. My recent work explores the impact of hyperlinks on reading behaviour and the impact of navigation and clicking on reading and comprehension. 

My research is often interdisciplinary in nature and involves psychology and computer science, focusing on aspects of attention, information processing and human computer interaction. I have used eye movements as a methodology to understand how we process information on the Web, building upon years of eye movements and reading literature.

Last week I presented at the Pure International Conference about how we use the Pure API to feed downstream systems:

The need for feed! Pop along & listen to @GemFitzsimmons & @Omar_UoS explain how @unisouthampton uses the Pure Web Service/API to populate downstream systems #PRCN2022

We have an exciting new opportunity to join our team as a Systems Support Officer! You will be working with myself and the rest of the team on day-to-day management of our system operations and user support. More details here:

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