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Event report: Keynote for Education Scotland Social Studies Digital Learning Day #digilearnscot


As part of the outputs from the Digital Commonwealth project, David and I were invited to deliver one of the keynote’s for Education Scotland‘s Social Studies Digital Learning Day (#digilearnscot) The event was broadcast live on Glow ScotlandĀ (the virtual learning environment for schools in Scotland) but we were asked to record the talk againĀ so it could be embedded in other…

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Slides: Libraries, Mobile Devices and Digital Participation (or a wee social media #peptalk) #digiscot


I was invited by East Dunbartonshire Leisure and Culture Trust to deliver a short social media #peptalk ahead of their Scottish Library and Information Council (SLIC) funded digital skills training course to support front line librarians in being able to support the users’ use of mobile devices and other hardware skill support. This came at a timely period as we…

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#DigitalAngus – Citizen Journalism and the Commonwealth Games


Last Saturday, I awoke at a time where most of Glasgow was going to sleep (5am!) to catch the first train to Dundee to meet my lift to Forfar for the Digital Angus conference being organised by Third Sector Lab and Angus Council around the themes of social media for community engagement. As Angus was one of our areas where…

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Presentation: Digital Storytelling & Major Events at Digitally Agile CLD Working Group


Last week I was invited by Martin Dewar from Youthlink Scotland to deliver the opening presentation at the Digitally Agile working group who were developing a set of standards for considering social media and digital literacies in a community learning development (CLD) setting in Scotland. Digital Commonwealth: Major Events and Digital Storytelling (talk for #DACLD) from Jennifer Jones The talk…

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What I need to write about during January 2014


First post of 2014, a particularly important year for me as I’m working full time on a project with “Glasgow 2014” in the job description. Eek. Secondly, 4 years after I initially collected my data from the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics (after a year out in 2013!) I am returning to my PhD (part time) to complete the write up…

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