Mar 182011
 

The 2011 JISC conference took place on 14-15 March in Liverpool. All stops were pulled out in terms of amplification, although a few ideas used in the past were dropped as they showed poor ROI (specifically an event network and a live blog). This is probably still my key question about event amplification in general – what [...]

Mar 112011
 

Update, 3 May 2011: the discussion concluded at the IA Summit in Denver on 1 April. Two roundup posts give some useful guidelines for anyone managing a network or community: You the User | Currybet There’s a discussion going on about communities, specifically about communities for UX (that’s user experience to the uninitiated.) It’s asking [...]

Mar 032011
 

Updates: read Videos as knowledge products for another video-sceptic take (20 May 2011). In defence of video, I’d Rather be Writing makes the point that the more familiar you are with something, the less instruction you need (19 August 2011) . Two tweets popped up in my stream this week on the topic of preferring reading to watching [...]

Mar 022011
 

I’m planning on getting back on the WordPress bus shortly and using this Posterous for scrapbooking. Also wrapping up my tracking of different methods of event amplification – it’s fascinating ducking in and out of events but it is very time consuming! On that note I came across this great anecdote from Digital Researcher 2011, [...]