The second workshop

  • Academia, ResearchGate and non-institutional web presence.
  • Global feedback on task 1
  • Task 2 requirements
  • Task 3 requirements
  • Process and pitfalls for establishing an online academic identity
  • Any technical bibs and bobs that may need a walk through.
  • Themes and practices to revisit or cover

Thank you for the good questions and conversations at the workshop. Really appreciate working with such a good group.

There were a few follow ups that I promised to do. I hope I have not missed anything.

I mentioned The MacArthur Foundation in relation to the study of social media use in the US. They have a digital media and learning strand and others that you can check out that may be of interest.

The Publons site I mentioned, where you can get credit for your peer review work.

I'll send material around performativity, affect etc. to Brendan and Tammy. Happy to share more broadly. Let me know.

Re the example of a dialogue in a paper:

D'Iorio, P., & Barbera, M. (2011). Scholarsource: A Digital Infrastructure for the Humanities. In T. Bartscherer & R. Coover (Eds.), Switching codes : thinking through digital technology in the humanities and the arts (Kindle ed., pp. 82-119). Chicago ; London: University of Chicago Press1.


Bigum, C., Rowan, L., Wright, S., Hamilton, M., & Haxell, A. (2014). Looking for black cats and lessons from Charlie: exploring the potential of public click pedagogy. In S. Bayne, C. Jones, M. de Laat, T. Ryberg & C. Sinclair (Eds.), Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Networked Learning (pp. 434-442). Edinburgh. Available here.

I'll put info about the word limit on the notes for the remaining tasks, 2 & 3 (not 4! :) )

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