A first look at my research into the #MLA14 backchannel. How many tweets were tagged with #MLA14 since September? Read this to find out.
As a member of the organising committee of the Digital Humanities in a Global Context meeting in Mexico City, I share the extended deadline for our CFP.
Yesterday I posted on the Comics Grid blog a call for papers for a digital comics panel to take place within the Academic Programme of Loncon 3, 72nd World Science Fiction Convention.
Inspirado por el Día de las Humanidades Digitales y por la próxima escuela de verano de DH Postcolonial he subido mi póster/volante para el Primer Encuentro de Humanistas Digitales (17 y 18 de mayo de 2012) a figshare.
I have done an edit of the deck of slides I showed at the Forms of Innovation workshop at the University of Durham last Saturday 27th April 2013 to share online. You can download it as a .pptx file, and use it under a CC BY license, from Figshare.
I set up a Google spreadsheet to collect #HASTAC2013 tweets and created an interactive archive that visualises the interactions in real time.
On Monday 25th March I will participate in a panel discussion on Open Access at the Beyond the Book? The future of academic publishing conference at the University of Nottingham.
My Altmetric blog post on the LSE Future of Academic Impact conference (7 December 2012) was "Editor's Choice" at Open Access Now. It was also published by the LSE Impact of Social Sciences blog.
At the Altmetric blog, my report from "The Future of Academic Impact" conference which took place on Tuesday the 5th of December 2012 at Senate House, London.
Sarah-Louise Quinnell and I will be presenting Networked Researcher at the AHRC's Digital Transformations Moot.
On Monday 12 November I'll be at SpotOn London. SpotOn is a series of community events for the discussion of how science is carried out and communicated online.
On Saturday the 3rd of November 2012 I'll be at the Comica Symposium 2012 - Transitions 3: New directions in comic studies at Birkbeck College, University of London.