Dr Sally-Anne Barnes is a Principal Research Fellow at the Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick. With an established track record in research, she has worked on and managed a range of projects in the area of technology, careers and learning. Sally-Anne specialises in and is currently involved in researching: new forms of internet-enabled labour exchange, employability and career adaptability; individual career identities, learning and training; the development of high quality impartial labour market information; and the use of ICT to support the professional development of careers professionals. She is principally interested in the interrelationship between technology, work, careers and learning. Sally-Anne has been centrally involved in a number of projects investigating how individuals navigate the labour market and the narratives around these transitions and decisions. In addition, she has undertaken a number of literature reviews on employability, internet-enabled labour exchanges, career adaptability, career development interventions for the low skilled and for those in higher education, and on skills diagnostics and screening tools. Sally-Anne is an experienced qualitative interviewer and has particular expertise in qualitative research methodologies and data analysis techniques as applied to longitudinal biographical research, and literature review methodologies.