Scholarly Blogging blogs can't possibly have intellectual value because the posts are too short or written too quickly or aren't peer-reviewed
Is blogging damaging my Academic Career?
Social Media Research in UCLDH
Pointless Babble or Enabled Backchannel
Does Twitter enable a more participatory conference culture?
"Absolutely. Instead of zoning out, I can now be an active participant in more than just the question and answer portion of a panel. It allows the audience to interact with the presenters and with one another."
Twitter as a digital backchannel of the Digital Humanities community.
Image: Andy Hudson Smith
between UCLDH, CASA
and UCL Museum and
Establishing new interactive
connections between museum
exhibits and the public viewing the objects
Developing new kinds of content, co-curated by members of the public and academic researchers
Image: Matt Clayton/Grant Museum Zoology
10,000 images of Bentham’s Manuscripts
Ask user community to transcribe these
Generate a knowledge bank of ideas from the transcripts
Image: Transcribe Bentham
public or private self?
Should we, can we, mix the two?
Is it possible to separate them?
Is it unprofessional?
There are no rules....
Who are we online really? Image: cartoon by Peter Steiner has been reproduced from page 61 of July 5, 1993 issue of The New Yorker, http://www.flickr.com/photos/ben_lawson/155595430/