This week in the free online course #change MOOC, the focus was around Digital Scholarship. Based around the work of Martin Weller (who facilitated the session) and his book The Digital Scholar (which is currently available open-source on the publisher’s website), the focus was around some of the changes technology is bringing to higher education [...]
Uploaded more pics from my trip to the UK; this time pics of Glastonbury http://t.co/tdGvwEoH with Stonehenge before http://t.co/S20aokR6 # Feel I am dragging today; I think I am getting sick. # @suifaijohnmak I will submit one (perhaps 2) papers for consideration. However, I can only attend #nlc2012 if one gets accepted. Costly. # [...]
Hey, Tweets can be a challenge to find later, so I want to archive (so to speak) my own little burst of creativity (or what passes for me as creativity)–Twitterburst.
#twitterburst, for those of you purists who must have the hash!
After visiting Stonehenge, we went on to visit Glastonbury, where we visited the Glastonbury Tor –
saw some sheep –
went to the spiritually-awakening Chalice Well –
saw the ruins of the ancient abbey –
and finally walked through the lovely, and pagan-inspired town –
@Lemness @gawbul Interested as well #phdchat # @suifaijohnmak Are you considering submitting for #nlc2012 or perhaps attending it? # I really enjoyed the #change11 session today where @mweller spoke about digital scholarship; it gave me some insights into my own research. # @shahcenter How do you find #change11 so far? # @savasavasava Did you [...]