Glad to be back thinking #5Papers in practice, here as we begin another week!
1/ I read Beckstead (2015) Cultural objects in a transforming world http://doi.org/10.1177/1354067X14551300 for #5Papers today
2/ This theoretical work Continue reading “Cultural Objects in a Transforming World: An #Actor-Network Article Summary”
I had some mixed results with reading and posting summaries of #5Papers this week, and while that may be expected, it has provided me an opportunity for some reflective practice on this 2016 work I am exploring.
Successes: Continue reading “Looking Back to Look Forward via #5Papers”
Continuing to read #5Papers a week, I just came across this fascinating study that relates to my own research on doctoral learning and doctoral supervision:
1/ I read Maor, Ensor, & Fraser (2015). Doctoral supervision in virtual spaces: A review of Continue reading “Doctoral Supervision in Virtual Spaces: A Brief Paper Summary”
I have felt some well-intended pressure to read more in 2016, and while I am attending a bit with #SixtyBooks (to read 60 books in a year, an ambitious goal beyond my time and wherewithal) by committing to reading 24 books (2 books a month), I DO want to read and share more research articles.
Reading research stimulates me, helps keep me current, and continues to challenge and move my ideas forward.
Thus, I will try #5Papers–reading and sharing Continue reading “January Reading via #5Papers”
Now that January 1, 2016 has come, and I had some modest success in reading and sharing some brief article reviews at the end of 2015 (earlier this week), I will now try this in earnest. I cannot realistically do #30Papers (one each day of the month) as that seems too much like work rather than personal, professional development, so am now trying this as #5Papers a week (a bit more realistic).
I read an article (peer-reviewed research, at least at this time), summarize it in some Tweet-sized bites, post it here, and then also post it via Twitter as a thread where I reply to my most recent Tweet with the next one.
So, here goes!
1/ I read Park, Reber, & Chon (2015) Tweeting as Health Communication Continue reading “Tweeting as Health Communication: A Brief Paper Summary”