Category: impact

Learning to write as an academic

The following are the slides for a seminar I delivered today with my colleague Karin Tusting as part of the Dynamics of Knowledge Creation project. The session was entitled ‘Learning to write as academic’. We had a useful discussion about the self-management of ongoing ‘on the job’ learning […]

Some updates from recent activities

Advisory group I recently got back from a trip to South Africa where I was part of an advisory committee drawing out concepts of ‘Digital Education Leadership’. The project is commissioned by the Commonwealth of Learning as part of their Commonwealth Digital Education Leadership Training in Action (C-DELTA) […]

Forthcoming conference paper: curation

The following is the abstract to my forthcoming paper to be presented at the SRHE (Society for Research into Higher Education) Annual Conference in Newport (Wales), in December 2015. The paper extends ideas from my PhD and connects with some other recent writings. Paper title: ‘Curation’ as a […]

Beyond A4, part 2

This post follows a previous post (Beyond A4, part 1) and is based on the notes to my lecture at the White Rose Doctoral Training Centre annual Spring conference at the University of York. The lecture was entitled ‘Beyond A4: PhDs writing for multiple audiences’. Disruptions Whilst academic […]