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Links for January 17th through January 18th

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Links for December 31st through January 10th

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Links for December 13th through December 30th

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  • Cascade – A diversity in TV training programme – Now defunct, but useful, blog about participants on a TV training scheme. Useful reading for media students doing placements.
  • Digital Storytelling | We jam econo – Online course built around a blog: "This is the aggregated home for the online, open course Digital Storytelling that will be starting January 10th, 2011."
  • Who Tweets? – Pew Research Center – "Eight percent of the American adults who use the internet are Twitter users. It is an online activity that is particularly popular with young adults, minorities, and those who live in cities." (via one of my MA Social Media students)

Links for November 29th through December 1st

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  • Facebook for Business: The Basics « Dream it, Do it, Love it! – "Whilst the area is relatively new, and Facebook is particularly prone to change, there are some basics that you should really get your head around now to prevent time-consuming re-work and potential damage to your brand. Get it right first time and it will be much easier to maintain." (via Dubber I think)
  • digitalresearchtools / FrontPage – "This wiki collects information about tools and resources that can help scholars (particularly in the humanities and social sciences) conduct research more efficiently or creatively." (via Jon Hickman)
  • NESTA – Creative clusters and innovation report – "This gap in our understanding is what NESTA set out to address in Creative Clusters and Innovation, the outcome of a two-year collaboration with Birmingham and Cardiff Universities. The study adopts the concept of creative clusters as a starting point to examine the role that creative industries play in local and regional innovation systems. Its publication accompanies an online platform we have developed for users to examine creative industry concentrations at a fine level of detail in their localities."

Links for November 18th

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Links for November 2nd through November 12th

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  • Dave Harte: No help from the coalition – Business Columnists – Birmingham Post – Piece I wrote for the Birmingham Post this week on the government plans for a Silicon Valley in the East End.
  • elearnspace › Questions I’m no Longer Asking – "I strive to strike a reasonable balance between reading blogs, books, and peer-reviewed articles. Different topics flair up in popularity (such as web 2.0 and now social media) and then fade. A few concepts have longevity such as “how effective is technology enhanced learning when contrasted with traditional classrooms?”. Questions like this are boring. And unanswerable given the tremendous number of variables involved in teaching online and in classrooms."
  • DCMS Blog: A short history of the One-Armed Bandit – Articulating the mechanics of gambling as having a "place in popular heritage" – associates it with the seaside yet ignores the realities of grim high street slot machine arcades. DCMS seem to blogging a lot lately but first time I've noticed it done this way when announcing policy or consultation work.

Links for October 18th through November 1st

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Links for October 10th through October 15th

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