Where I write for the #citylis blog on #citymash, the libraries and technology unconference taking place on Saturday 13 June 2015.
Today in The Conversation UK, my piece on hyperauthorship... what happens to the concept of 'author' when articles creidt thousands of authors?
Nothing like the hottest day of the year so far in London town to start a new site. Today I set up the #citylis blog...
Andy Byers and I are going to Birmingham today to participate in the #dataspring Sandpit Workshop from Jisc.
Our idea submitted to Jisc's Research Data Spring was successful in passing to the next stage. Today I´ll participate in a workshop in London to present the idea.
The taught component of Term 1 of the 2014-2015 year is over at #citylis. Throughout the term I archived the Tweets tagged with #citylis and I have now uploaded to figshare a spreadsheet containing 4940 Tweets.
Where I share some blogging tips for wordpress.com beginners.
I was interviewed for the Open Access Button weekly series highlighting Open Access Button users from around the world, discussing their work, and sharing their stories.
For the past ten weeks we've been unveiling pieces of the complex, large jigsaw puzzle of the libraries and publishing landscape. Our guest today: Alastair Horne.
In our 9th session for #LibPub at #citylis we will discuss researcher-led open access publishing, and tools for online reference management. Featuring a guest lecture by Brian Hole from Ubiquity Press.
Today at my City University London #citylis module we will again offer two professional points of view on the relationships between libraries and publishers. Guest talks from Diane Bell (City Library) and Nick Canty (UCL).
On our Libraries and Publishing (#LibPub) course at City University London, guest talks by James Baker and Geoff Browell.