Yesterday was the last day of the ECIL 2021 conference, which took place between 20-23 September in a range of virtual locations such as Tallinn, Prague, Istanbul, Saint-Malo, and Dubrovnik. Coincidentally, these are all locations where the conference has taken place in-person before – it’s a nice touch by the conference organisers to name the … Continue reading ECIL2021: Information literacy in a post-truth era
Over the last two weeks, I managed to achieve quite a lot: I attended two Summer Schools – the SGSSS Summer School, hosted by the Scottish Graduate School of Social Science, and the European Doctoral Programme in Career Guidance and Counselling (ECADOC), hosted by the NICE Foundation – and I presented five times: once at … Continue reading It’s Summer School season!
Dr David Brazier and I are pleased to announce that we are now taking registrations for a set of three participative design workshops designed to enhance the informal learning of early career researchers in the hidden university curriculum. These online workshops build on previous work completed by David that proposed new methods for eliciting, recording, … Continue reading What are your unique information needs? Learning to navigate the hidden curriculum as an early career researcher
Last week, Hazel Hall and I delivered a workshop through Edinburgh Napier University’s Research, Innovation & Enterprise (RIE) office entitled “Work essential or extra workload? The value of creating a personal professional web presence”. The first part of this session was delivered by Hazel, who is an experienced researcher, blogger, and all-around advocate of the … Continue reading Work essential or extra workload? The value of creating a personal professional web presence