Where I describe how we created student trading cards in the module I started teaching this term.
This post discusses the limitations of University Module Evaluation processes and shares a series of recommendations that could improve their design and implementation.
A reflection on Open Access Outputs as Potential Educational Resources.
A critical reconsideration of uses of the 'Virtual Learning Environment'.
I am excited to announce that this spring I will be leading an extracurricular research seminar for City University London postgraduate students (or alumni) titled 'The Questions Concerning Technology. A Critical Theory Seminar for Beginners.'
Today in our #LibPub module at City University London we'll have the opportunity to zoom in at two key issues in contemporary scholarly publishing. Guest talks by Suzanne Kavanagh and Neil Stewart.
Where I catch up on #LibPub session 4, write about our research trip to comics shops and advertise session 5 on reference books, with guest lecture by Dr Katharine Schopflin.
For our third session of our Libraries and Publishing module at City University London, we will focus on comic books publishing and librarianship in the digital age.
This term I will be leading the Libraries and Publishing in an Information Society (LAPIS) module at City University London. The first session is tomorrow.
I have a blog hosted at City where I try to post updates about what we are doing in the course. In my latest post there I announce I have set up a new practice blog that only students and I can access, so they can practice without the anxieties of publicness.
Today I will be talking about "the digital humanities" (DH) for the Library, Publishing and Information Society seminar at City University London (#citylis). Lee Skallerup will be joining us live from Kentucky.
The final session of our Digital Societies module at City University London is today. If there is such a concept as “digital culture(s)”, what are some of the key issues around the “digitial society” or should we say “digital societies”?
Time has flown and today we have the final session(s) of our Digital Cultures modules. We have attempted to offer a kaleidoscope of perspectives that might help us to re-configure the digital media/digital culture landscape.
If there is such a concept as “digital culture(s)”, what are some of the key issues around the “digitial society” or should we say “digital societies”?
If everything goes well the timetable for today will be:
- Popularity vs. expertise:-Diego Beas, Oxtord Internet Institute
- Outlining the emergent digital culture within Higher Education- Mark Carrigan, LSE Politics blog
- Open Data- Janet Gunter, ReStart Project
- Digital Exclusion- David Bawden, City University London
It promises to be a great day!
By the way this is the final list of the bibliography we crowdsourced amongst scholars on Twitter between the 26th of February and today… after the weekend I’ll make another post with it adding relevant hyperlinks…
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