Summaries of Twitter numerical data captured from archiving #respbib18 and #ResponsibleMetrics.
Here an attempt to visualise what I was up to in 2014 publishing, research and teaching engagement wise.
An 2014 annual report for my blog courtesy of WordPress.com.
The taught component of Term 1 of the 2014-2015 year is over at #citylis. Throughout the term I archived the Tweets tagged with #citylis and I have now uploaded to figshare a spreadsheet containing 4940 Tweets.
Today I'll lead a workshop with James Baker in Oxford as part of he DH Crowdscribe Project's Promoting Interdisciplinary Engagement in the Digital Humanities AHRC Collaborative Skills series.
We've been conducting a quick (really!) survey on using Twitter for engagement with research.
This week I set up a public blog for the Digital Cultures module Lyn Robinson and I are leading.
Today Nancy Groves featured my post discussing engagement on Twitter in her write-up for the Education section of the Guardian's print edition.
Where I try to suggest Twitter as a "conversation" does not mean using Twitter as a chat-room.
The Guardian Higher Education Network published a piece by me on qualitative sharing, 'Quality of engagement matters as much as retweets'.