This is part IV. For necessary context, methodology, limitations, please see here (part 1), here (part 2), and here (part 3). Since this was published and shared for the first time I may have done new edits. I often come back to posts once they have been published to revise them. --- Throughout … Continue reading Libraries! Most Frequent Terms in #WLIC2016 Tweets (part IV)
Tag: academic conferences
What’s in a Word? Most Frequent Terms in #WLIC2016 Tweets (part III)
An update on my work doing basic text analysis of a sample dataset of #WLIC2016 Tweets.
Most Frequent Terms in #WLIC2016 Tweets (part II)
Here's an edited list of the top 50 most frequent terms extracted from a cleaned dataset comprised of 10,721 #WLIC2016 Tweets published between Monday 15/08/2016 10:11:08 EDT and Wednesday 17/08/2016 07:16:35 EDT.
What Library Folk Live Tweet About: Most Frequent Terms in #WLIC2016 Tweets
I have looked at the text from 4,945 Tweets published with #WLIC2016 since 14/08/2016 until 15/08/2016 11:16:06 (EDT, Columbus Ohio time).
#citymash: Library and Information Science as Fluid Practice
Where I write for the #citylis blog on #citymash, the libraries and technology unconference taking place on Saturday 13 June 2015.
#MLA15 Twitter Archive, 8-11 January 2015
We have uploaded to figshare a dataset including data from Tweets publicly published with #mla15 during the days of the conference.
A #HASTAC2014 Conference Tweets Archive
Like last year, I attempted to archive the tweets tagged with the HASTAC annual conference's official hashtag (this year #HASTAC2014). I have shared the resulting dataset on figshare.
#MLA14: A First Look (I)
A first look at my research into the #MLA14 backchannel. How many tweets were tagged with #MLA14 since September? Read this to find out.
At the Guardian: Live-tweeting at academic conferences: my 10 personal rules of thumb
At the Guardian Higher Education Network, I explore the ethics of live-tweeting academic events.
At HASTAC, Resources for Academic Live-Bloggers
I posted a selection of resources I've found useful for academic live-blogging on my HASTAC blog.
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