Tag: conferences

Digital literacy from the ground up

Had a lovely visit to Dublin City University today, and a lovely welcome from Mark Brown and his team at the National Institute for Digital Learning. Much appreciated after a whole week recovering from a harsh viral infection. I’m looking forward to further collaborations with the Institute and […]

Digital Literacy & ignorance 1

I am delivering a talk today at the Digital University Network of the SRHE (the Society for Research into Higher Education). I’ve been a co-convener of the Network since 2015 and I always enjoy the events. they’re usually small-scale events, friendly, and we attempt to bring in people […]

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 […]

Conference paper: Being an academic

This is the second conference paper that I will be delivering at the SRHE Annual Conference this December in Newport: Being an academic: The changing writing practices of academics and how they influence professional identity Keywords: academic writing, higher education, literacies, ethnography, knowledge creation Abstract This paper explores […]

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 […]