The blog is written by Brian Kelly. Brian is the Innovation Advocate based at CETIS, University of Bolton.
This blog functions as an open notebook which provides personal thoughts, reflections and observations on the role of the Web in higher and further education which I hope will inform readers and stimulate discussion and debate, both on this blog and elsewhere, including on Twitter.
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A paper entitled "Library 2.0: balancing the risks and benefits to maximise the dividends" acknowledged the risks associated in use of Web 2.0 services but pointed out the risks in not using such services. The paper, which is available in PDF, MS Word and HTML formats, provided a framework for addressing the risks.
Further peer-reviewed papers are available from the University of Bath Opus repository.
Posts on this blog cover ideas often discussed on Twitter. Feel free to follow @briankelly.
Brian's email address is
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After working at UKON for over 16 years as UK Web Focus, since 28 October 2013 I have been the Innovation Advocate at Cetis, University of Bolton.
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