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10 Things I Wish I’d Known Earlier (In My Career), Alison Kerwin, University of York Alison’s talk was a great way to kick off the conference. As a well known and respected leader in multiple Web roles across multiple institutions, her personal insight into the difficulties often come with the territory of making change happen The … Continue reading IWMW18 Thoughts and Sketchnotes
I’ve recently volunteered to take part in a JISC funded project around developing data dashboards. This blog post is my way of making sense of what I did, how it went and what I learnt. Before I talk about my efforts I need to explain a little about the context. The two organisations supporting this … Continue reading Leaving my comfort zone
Holocaust Memorial Day Genocide is not just an event in the past. It is happening now. Whole villages are being destroyed in Darfur, Sudan, in a war that has been going on for fifteen years, and the past few … Continue reading
Brian and Sharif will be appearing at the Felixstowe Book Festival, 27 June to 1st July 2018. Full details will appear on the festival website in due course.
We’ve organised a second book launch for those who live locally and can’t make it to the London book launch. Details below. All welcome.
Friday 12 January 2018, 7.30pm
Cwtsh Community Centre, 226 Stow Hill, Newport NP20 4HA
We’ve organised an informal book launch at 7pm on Wed 6th December at:
5 Caledonian Road
London N1 9DX
Sharif and Brian will be reading passages from the book, and copies will be available to buy.
Feel free to drop in. All welcome!
Manchester University Press have decided to release the book with a full dust jacket instead of a simple image printed onto the book cover. See pic. They’ve also released a promotional video on YouTube [ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6S-5G2VKy74&feature=youtu.be ].
Sharif provided some help and info for Andy Hill’s Easy Jet in-flight magazine article on the Hippy Trail (click link for pdf file)
Round up The conference was excellent again this year – given the challenges of Brexit, and broader changes to the HE sector it was more upbeat than might have been expected. It seemed that there wasn’t much doom and gloom – instead people seemed to be confident in their abilities to meet the challenges. Mainly … Continue reading IWMW17 Sketchnotes and thoughts