Tag Archives: blogging

A little bit meta – meta events, peripheral participation and data

There’s an event going on – you really wanted to attend, but you couldn’t make it. This time you’re in luck – some thoughtful  people are live blogging and live tweeting the event. You can follow their reports – and … Continue reading

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Tumblr – an explainer

There is a fair bit written about using Twitter and blogs in higher education, and in legal education. Less visible however is the easy-to use microblogging/social media hybrid, Tumblr. The question is, can Tumblr be used in an educational context? … Continue reading

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Bonnie Stewart: academic influence on Twitter

Bonnie Stewart (@bonstewart) is researching ‘how networked scholars ‘read’ each others’ credibility and influence’.  Click on the image to read Bonnie’s 4,000 word report:Love the sub-headings in Bonnie’s post, eg,  ” “She sure has a following” – Metrics matter, but … Continue reading

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Kate Galloway: Why I blog

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Amicae Curiae blog on S|M| i |L|E -ing

Check out Melissa Castan’s post about our social media in legal education project:

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