I thought it made sense to end this blog about being a research student with my graduation ceremony. And I started other blogs. Lots of other blogs. (Partly because I was working on a blogging project that involved setting up lots of blogs for other people.) But the official blog is too official, and the [...]
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Advantages of a blogged research journal Hyperlinks Link your research blogs to useful information sources Personalisation Use emoticons and images to personalise entries Categories and Search Find your notes quickly and efficiently Blogroll, RSS feeds, trackbacks and permalinks Link to other researchers. Ideas for a blogged research journal Community Posts Collaborate and link with other [...]
A good blog post on why academics should blog.
Now that I’m planning out the final (well, hopefully final) version of my analysis chapters, I’m going back over all my notes and checking I haven’t msised anything out. I’m now square-eyed through checking out my last three years of blog entries. Phew. I think I need to take a break before I start going [...]
I wanted to blog about the EARLI conference in my ‘research essentials’ blog but I seem to have misremembered the password and I haven’t got any note of it on this computer. Not much point to having a blog I can’t access.
OK – biting the bullet. I CAN read through my conference notes. I DO want to blog about this – especially the first presentation, which was so relevant to my work. Taking a stance: promoting deliberate action through online postgraduate professional development Peter Kelly, K Gale, S Wheeler and V Tucker, University of Plymouth See [...]
I can usually blog at the drop of a hat. It’s a great displacement activity, which I can just about claim is work. So why have I been sitting here all day, failing to blog about the sessions I went to at the CAL conference?
A CAL blog to check out http://speedchange.blogspot.com/ Also, see Gill’s blog in the blog roll. Jin Tan presented a poster on blogging, so I’ll look out for CAL comments on her blog http://jin-thoughts.blogspot.com/
I deleted some graphically uninteresting presentation pics from my Flickr account last night. I’d blogged them here, and now I see that they are gone. I’d vaguely assumed that they were exported into the blog, but now I see that the blog was picking them up from Flickr. Anyway, that’s why (if anyone’s interested) there [...]
There’s obviously a limit to how much text I can face entering on the Intenet at one time. Since I’m musing on SecondLife over in the schome wiki at the moment, that doesn’t give me much time to look at my blog – or anyone else’s for that matter. I’m increasingly frustrated at the moment [...]