Excited to have a new peer-reviewed publication, a data paper on the Journal of Open Health Data: Farthing, A. & Priego, E., (2016). Data from ‘Graphic Medicine’ as a Mental Health Information Resource: Insights from Comics Producers. Open Health Data. 4(1), p.e3. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ohd.25
Brilliant Corners: Approaches to Jazz and Comics is a special collection of peer-reviewed research articles co-edited by Dr Nicolas Pillai (Birmingham City University) and myself for The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship.
I talked to ScienceOpen's jon Tennant about open access publishing.
I published 'Signal, Not Solution: Notes on Why Sci-Hub Is Not Opening Access' on The Winnower. A conversation followed.
Where I write for the #citylis blog on #citymash, the libraries and technology unconference taking place on Saturday 13 June 2015.
Today in The Conversation UK, my piece on hyperauthorship... what happens to the concept of 'author' when articles creidt thousands of authors?
Yesterday Graphixia published its post number 202. It's a post by me, where I briefly discuss the graphic novella 1874, by Mexican authors Bernardo Fernández “Bef” and Jorge F. Muñoz “Yorko”.
The Scottish Comics Unconference Meet-Up was a success. Find out how many #comicsunconf15 Tweets there were and how many of us tweeted using the hashtag.
The HEFCE metrics workshop: metrics and the assessment of research quality and impact in the arts and humanities took place on Friday 16 January 2015, 1030 to 1630 GMT at the Scarman Conference Centre, University of Warwick, UK. I have uploaded to figshare a dataset of 821 Tweets tagged with #HEFCEmetrics published during the day of the event.
We have uploaded to figshare a dataset including data from Tweets publicly published with #mla15 during the days of the conference.
Today I'll participate via Skype at the HEFCE Metrics and the assessment of research quality and impact in the Arts and Humanities workshop, commissioned by the independent review panel. I share below some notes.
Here an attempt to visualise what I was up to in 2014 publishing, research and teaching engagement wise.