Callum Kerr

CMS Service Support Officer

  • Website and Communications
  • Learning, Teaching and Web Services
  • Information Services Group

Contact details



Argyle House
3 Lady Lawson Street

Post code


  • Monday: 09:00 – 17:00 (at home)
    Tuesday: 09:00 – 17:00 (at home)
    Wednesday: 08:30 – 16:30 (in office)
    Thursday: 09:00 – 17:00 (at home)
    Friday: 09:00 – 17:00 (at home)

    In an effort to keep work and non-work life separate, I will be unlikely to respond to any emails or messages outside of my working hours. If you need to contact me urgently, I can be called on my mobile (which is available through appropriate escalation documentation).


Callum works within Website and Communications to support users of EdWeb, and is involved in bespoke development projects undertaken by the Web Development Team.

He has professional interest in physical and digital security (particularly red teaming), website standards, accessibility, privacy, and UX.

Important information

You should not contact Callum directly for support. University staff should contact IS Helpline, students should use the EdHelp service.

Get support

Until March 2020, he worked with Digital Learning Aplications and Media (DLAM) as a Service Co-ordinator, supporting the Learn VLE and other services including Moodle, Collaborate and TopHat. He has also been involved with technical developments contributing towards Blogs.ed, and a stand-alone EdGEL theme for WordPress. He was also LTW's migration co-ordinator for the WIndows 10 upgrade.

Prior to working in DLAM, Callum worked with the University Website Programme, working on a range of web-related projects, including supporting EdWeb and looking after the central website search. He also worked on developing and maintaining small web-based applications for editorial staff and theming work for other University departments and units.


  • BEng (Hons) Computer Security and Forensics
    • 2:1, 2012-2016, Edinburgh Napier University
    • Dissertation: Forensic analysis of Spotlight search in OS X "Yosemite"
  • HND Computer Technical Support
    • B, 2010-2012, Edinburgh College (as Stevenson College)

Responsibilities & affiliations

  • Providing support to EdWeb users
  • Developing and maintaining range of web applications


Future of Web Apps 2013 (London)

MoodleMoot 2018 (Glasgow)

Drupalcon Global 2020 (online)