Category Archives: Social Media

Reflections on #Digifest17

This week I attended my third Jisc Digifest conference. The free-to-attend event is hosted annually at the ICC in Birmingham, and is organised by Jisc to celebrate all things “digital” in the education sector. Here are a few of my … Continue reading

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Library Camp 2013

I haven’t blogged for a while, but feel invigorated to do so once again after attending Library Camp 2013 last Saturday (30th Nov 2013). The event was hosted in the very impressive new Library of Birmingham building (brilliant and chaotic … Continue reading

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Workflowy

Twitter is a mine of information and data. It is sometimes difficult to keep up-to-date with the constant stream of blog posts, articles, videos and images posted by people I follow (my¬†Twitter “favourites” list is growing all the time as … Continue reading

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Codeacademy

Over the 2011 Christmas holiday, I noticed a fellow tweeter had posted information about a computer-coding project called Code Year. Code Year was attempting to get people to sign up to their online service at the start of 2012, in … Continue reading

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Reflections on Library Camp UK 2011…

On Saturday 8th Oct 2011, I made my way to Birmingham’s Maple House for Library Camp UK. I had luckily secured a ticket to the event during the summer of 2011 during a casual night’s ‘tweeting’ (if you follow me … Continue reading

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Google Plus (G+)

Over the past few weeks, another social network site has appeared on the horizon – namely in the form of Google Plus (abbreviated to G+). To be honest, I didn’t pay much attention at first to news of the G+ … Continue reading

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