Articles Posted in the " Blogging " Category

  • Raising Children featured in @KidsBlogClub #DigitalParenting

    Kids’ Blog club is a great site designed to encourage kids (and their parents) to get online safely, having fun, and blogging about the things they are passionate about so great to be invited to write a piece for them, about my new book Raising Children in a Digital Age. Like It? Share it...


  • [WORKSHOP] Blogging for Beginners

    Would you like to blog? This practical workshop gives a practical overview several of the free blogging platforms on offer, the chance to think about what the purpose of your blog should be, and an opportunity to define a strategy for your blog to make sure it meets your aims. In this session delegates will gain […]




  • Digital Measurement from @thatdrmaz

    Digital Measurement from @thatdrmaz

    I like this letter and don’t want to lose it, so in total: I can only thank Times Higher Education for consistently transmitting from the academic blogosphere via its THE Scholarly Web. I have been writing loosely academic perspectives on my own blog since 2005. All that perspiration, all that inspiration is paying off, despite all those hand- wringing meetings with […]


  • (B)logging off?

    Quite an amusing piece: First, I have developed website-phobia (perhaps “retophobia” will become a recognised psycho-malady of our times, like post-traumatic stress disorder and Gulf War syndrome). Gremlins have devoured some of my students’ grades and a letter of recommendation for a job applicant. I have suffered financial hardship because of the security system my […]



  • [WORKSHOP] Blogging for Beginners

    Would you like to blog? This half day practical workshop gives a practical overview of one of the free blogging platforms on offer, the chance to think about what the purpose of your blog should be, and an opportunity to define a strategy for your blog to make sure it meets your aims. In this […]


  • Encouraging Academics to Blog

    Always keen to get skeptics and the fearful to engage with technology for the purposes of communication and conversation: The development of academics’ digital and social media skills is being hampered by poorly pitched and inappropriate training methods, according to a University of Cambridge academic who is running a programme that encourages researchers to blog. […]


  • LSE Bloggers Demonstrate Value of Blogging (@timeshighered)

    Demonstrating the true value of blogging to a research project: Website will ‘maximise’ impact by bringing debate to policymakers and public. John Elmes reports The editor of a new multidisciplinary blog run by London School of Economics academics has argued that the medium is “fundamental” for modern-day academics and their research output. Patrick Dunleavy, professor […]