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AUTHOR


Reginald F. Campbell


Much Ado About Nothing


I graduated from Edinburgh University with a B.D. (Batchelor of Divinity) Ordinary degree in 1975. Thereafter, I went on to gain both a Diploma in Christian Education and a Secondary
teaching qualification in Religious Education and History. I entered the Church of Scotland ministry in 1979 and served in two parishes, in the Borders at Newcastleton in a linked charge
with the local Congregational Church and at Kildrum Parish Church in Cumbernauld. I was Moderator of the Presbytery of Jedburgh from 1988-89. Since then I have worked both as a
Financial adviser and for the last several years as a Security Officer whilst doing further studies in Information Technology with the Open University.
In December 2001 I successfully completed my OU studies gaining a general BSc.(Open) and a Diploma in Information Technology. I am currently minister of Daviot and Dunlichity with
Moy,Dalarossie and Tomatin in the Presbytery of Inverness of which I am also the presbytery Clerk. My interests are computing, reading
hill-walking and gardening.

I met my wife Rosemary when she was a student at Moray House College of Education. We have two sons Neil (26) married to Roxanne, who is a PPW at Dundee: Craigiebank l/w Dundee: Douglas and Mid Craggie and Iain (24) currently doing a distance learning part-time Computer Games Tester course and a granddaughter Isabella.



OU Studies


Previous Courses and Future Plans


  • T102 Introduction to Technology I took this course to remind me how to study !
  • T223 Microprocessor-based Computers. They have the cheek to call this a half course!
  • T293 Communicating Technology I must be a masochist. I never was any good at English!! Now, I know for sure 'Iíve got far much worser'!
  • T305 Digital Communications The most demanding of all the courses both in course work to be done and the amount of material in the course to learn!


I would next like to do the Microsoft A+ course and exam. If I ever have the time!


Hopes and Dreams.


Having successfully passed T305 and gained a Diploma In Information Technology and a BSC (Open), in 2003 I completed an attatchment at St James Church, Falkirk where I put
my new knowledge to good use and developed their web site. In 2004 I set up a website for Daviot and Dunlichity l/w Moy, Dalarossie and Tomatin. In 2005 I set up the website for the Presbytery of Inverness.

The Final Frontier.


This Presbytery website was set up using HTML Assistant to do the code editing, various graphics packages, text imported from wordprocessors, images produced using a scanner and a digital
camera etc.

Disclaimer


I take no responsibility for any increase in your faith as a result of the information contained in this web site! If it does help don't blame me. If it does not you have been warned! Logical
Computing is a virtual computer company that exists only in my mind. We do not sell anything! Nor have we been paid to advertise any of the products mentioned!

Contact Details


New email address: campbell578@btinternet.com



Revised: December 2013
R.F. Campbell
Logical Computing

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