Intro slidecast, jankowski, internet practice, part 2, draft4, 18 feb2012

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Intro slidecast, jankowski, internet practice, part 2, draft4, 18 feb2012

  1. 1. DOING DIGITAL SCHOLARSHIP:DISCOVERING AND USING DIGITAL 23 February 2012TOOLS IN ACADEMIC WORK INTERNET PRACTICE: PART 2 Ljubljana Informal Introduction University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences 23 February 2012 Nicholas W. Jankowski Adjunct Professor, University of Ljubljana Associate Researcher KNAW e-Humanities Group Amsterdam, the Netherlands nickjan@xs4all.nl 1
  2. 2. Jankowski: short bioNicholas W. Jankowski is Associate Researcher at the e-Humanities Group in the 23 February 2012Netherlands. He has been researching community and new media since the mid-1970s. He has co-edited some half-dozen books on community media, researchmethodology and new media. Recent volumes include: Internet and NationalElections: A Comparative Study of Web Campaigning (Routledge, 2007), e-Research: LjubljanaTransformation of Scholarly Practice (Routledge, 2009), and The Long History of NewMedia (Peter Lang, 2011). Jankowski is co-editor of the journal New Media & Society.He is founding board member of the European Institute of Communication andCulture (Euricom) and editor of the Hampton Press book series Euricom Monographs:New Media and Democracy. 2
  3. 3. Ljubljana 23 February 20123
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  5. 5. Resources for Election 2012: The Campaign for Social Media 23 February 2012 Ljubljana 5
  6. 6. Top 10 Tools for Researchers(Wayne Barry, Wiki, 2008) 23 February 2012 Ljubljana 6
  7. 7. Steps in Scholarship• Searching 23 February 2012• Processing • Metadata; reference management • Annotations, note-taking• Sharing Ljubljana • Social bookmarking • Virtual meetings• Preparing • Mindmapping • Collaborative authorship• Presenting • Visualizing • Webinars, podcasts• Publishing & preserving 7
  8. 8. Course Features• Sessions in English 23 February 2012• Workshop style; not a seminar (but very intensive)• Limited formal writing; instead: exercises with ‘building blocks’• Emphasis: exploration of & practice using digital scholarly tools LjubljanaBut: • quality scholarship: independent of tools (digital or analogue) • quality scholarship related to: • addressing a problem from theoretical perspective • presentating relevant literature & evidence • formulating an argument • drawing conclusions extending beyond what already known 8
  9. 9. Course Website(Microsoft SharePoint) 23 February 2012 Ljubljana 9
  10. 10. Ljubljana 23 February 201210
  11. 11. Concluding Remarks• Check out the hyperlinks on the syllabus, available at 23 February 2012 http://tinyurl.com/79jvofj• Practice (academic) blogging• Enjoy Part 1 of the course!!! LjubljanaThank you!Nick Jankowskinickjan@xs4all.nl 11

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