Julian Harrison talks about why you should not be an anti-social scholar

Julian Harrison is the curator of pre-1600 manuscripts and books at the British Library; he also helps to manage the British Library’s Medieval Manuscripts blog.  In this talk for The Social Scholar seminar Julian explains what the British Library has gained from blogging and asks everyone to consider why it might be important for them… Continue reading Julian Harrison talks about why you should not be an anti-social scholar

Getting started as a Research Blogger: Single Authored or Multi Authored Blogs? Social Scholar forthcoming event

I’ll be signposting a lot of blogging projects but I’ll be doing so with the intention of offering examples which can help people who are taking part on the day come to a clearer understanding of why and how they would blog as academics.   The second free public lunchtime seminar of The Social Scholar will be… Continue reading Getting started as a Research Blogger: Single Authored or Multi Authored Blogs? Social Scholar forthcoming event

The Social Scholar Seminar Programme and Resources

The Social Scholar is a series of lunchtime seminars from the School of Advanced Study, providing training on the theme of Social Media. In these sessions we hope to learn together about how to better use social media in a professional capacity and what the difficulties and issues are.  The series will look at blogs, Twitter, Facebook,… Continue reading The Social Scholar Seminar Programme and Resources