Trigger warning: This post contains heartfelt love for publically funded libraries and evidence of the wonderful things in their collections (maps, lots of maps), available to use under open licenses because they belong to all of us. If this upsets you don’t read on. Also … Continue reading I was a Southside gal
As part of our work on developing institutional Learning Analytics Policy I was pleased to be able to slip the following into our statement of principles and purposes. “Interactions with analytics as part of the University learning experience can help our students build ‘digital savviness’ … Continue reading “Digital Savviness”
My experience of MozFest has always been of an open and inclusive environment and a lot of that is down to the care and effort organisers take to set the tone of the event and what they expect from participants. In my experience it works … Continue reading Lightbulb moment
So this weekend I am at MozFest for the third year in a row. I debated whether to come this year – travelling to London isn’t my favourite thing, even though the venue at Ravensbourne is an excellent place to hold an event. However, I’m … Continue reading Friday night is science night – MozFest16
I’m continuing to do my 23 Things, and thing 3 is digital footprints. Whilst I’m pretty open about my life and the things that interest me I do try to put a little separation online between professional life and personal life. It’s not a hard … Continue reading Wipe your feet at the door
My excellent colleagues at the University of Edinburgh are running a 23 Things course kicking off this week with an introduction and a blogging task. Our tasks for the week are nice and simple. Thing 1 is to familiarise ourselves with the 23 Things website, … Continue reading Doing my Thing
So I went ahead and got a domain of my own from Reclaim Hosting.** And the best thing I could think of was to put WordPress on it. Sometimes I disappoint even myself. ** Seems like a reasonable price to pay to maintain @jimgroom in … Continue reading Hello World!