I write these pieces every 6 months, usually for the Centre for Social Informatics’ all-centre meetings. (I’m usually incapable of speech by the time it’s my turn to report.) I’m still really miffed that we still can’t get together in person. Click … Continue reading
I write these pieces every 6 months, usually for the Centre for Social Informatics’ all-centre meetings. (I’m usually incapable of speech by the time it’s my turn to report.) Really miffed that we can’t get together in person this time. Click this … Continue reading
It appears I’ve been relatively quiet during the past 5 months, at least on this blog. There have been personal reasons for this, as covered in my personal blog.
Academic/Napier The RIVAL network: I’m PA to the ∏, administrator, map-creator, videographer, data-analyst and much more IL measures paper: Peter and I are contributing a section to a paper by Gunilla Widen. This will report on the survey of community … Continue reading
Napier When What outcome and notes December to early January marking Work-based learning mid-year reports Success: Marking was done, including handling students’ queries, and writing and delivering a presentation on how I will mark final reports. January PB in Brazil: … Continue reading
Napier # When What outcome and notes 1 July RIVAL: community event on the theme of LIS research impact: my blog post Hazel’s blog post success! Also enabled further funding application (line 5) 2 July applying for GCRF funding for … Continue reading
Part of an occasional series of posts to try to show that I don’t lie around all day! This post covers the time since we got back from honeymoon in early September. At Napier Working with my colleague Wegene … Continue reading
Now that almost all of my current projects are either finished or in other people’s hands, it’s a good point to try to review what I’ve done so far this year.
Conferences I3 conference Peter presented our IL-DEM findings paper Practices of community councillors in exploiting information channels for citizen engagement in democratic processes I just ligged: https://bruceryan.info/2017/06/30/after-i3-conference-i3rgu/ ECIL conference I presented our IL-DEM theory paper: https://hazelhall.org/2017/09/18/exploring-information-literacy-through-the-lens-of-activity-theory-csi-at-ecil-2017-ecil17-ecil2017/ Both of these papers … Continue reading
Tuesday 15 December was a bumper day for the Centre for Social Informatics (CSI), with the publication of six articles in Information Research. These were conference articles presented at ISIC2020 and a paper on ‘imagined citizens’. Together these showcase some … Continue reading