Tag Archives: blogging

My Critical Study or Dissertation

I have handed in my final work for my Masters degree. *sighs with relief* If you attended Innoconf16 earlier this year (I wrote about it here) and heard me mention it there, you may be interested in reading my Critical … Continue reading

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Back to study

After a summer of reading novels I am now back to reading MA-type literature, and probably not much else (I already miss snuggling up and reading about Wilt‘s life…). This year I am also tackling my Masters thesis, which will … Continue reading

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Blogging for academics and students

Having talked to a colleague about blogging the other day, I did some research about how blogs are used by academics, and how students can be encouraged to start blogging themselves. I would say the main reason for blogging is … Continue reading

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This week my MA module is all about blogging. Having blogged for a while now, I felt that I could contribute to the discussion well, whilst being able to look at blogging from an outside perspective. I forgot that most … Continue reading

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WordPress for Beginners

Yesterday I attended a training day on WordPress, organised by the lovely people at the JISC Regional Support Centre Yorkshire & Humber. As you know I already use WordPress, both for this blog and at work, but felt that there … Continue reading

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CILIP Members Blog Landscape

I have decided that I’ll add my blog to the CILIP Members Blog Landscape. Thanks to @CILIPinfo for the encouragement! What is that landscape then? Their webpage states: “In the ‘Blog Landscape’ you’ll find blog posts from some of the … Continue reading

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