This is a collaborative blog post leading up to the panel Undisciplining: thinking knowledge production without the university at The… Read more Thinking knowledge production without the university
Educators don’t normally have ‘trade negotiations’ on their radar as something that they must be informed about. Terms like ‘trade… Read more What educators need to know about global trade deals
By Tyler Shores Over the past few weeks Mark Carrigan and I have been running a series of sessions on social… Read more Social media habits and routines
By Mark Carrigan Social media is increasingly presented as a way to engage with audiences outside the academy and generate… Read more How do I plan an engagement strategy which uses social media?
By Mark Carrigan ‘Networking’ is a horrible term. I’m sure I’m not the only person who hates it. It nonetheless refers… Read more How do I use social media for networking?
By Mark Carrigan It’s a common assumption that ‘bloggers’ and ‘blogs’ are unavoidably intertwined. There’s a sense in which it’s… Read more How to be a blogger without having your own blog
A webinar with our co-convenor Susan Robertson:
The slides below are from a workshop Susan Robertson and Mark Carrigan conducted for the Faculty of Education Research Students’… Read more The Purposes, Politics and Practicalities of Writing (for Publics and Impact)