Occasional guest blog posts are published on this blog. Guest posts can be beneficial to readers of this blog by adding variety to the content and style and beneficial for those writing guest posts be providing a new dissemination and communication channel. Guest posts should:
- Reflect the topics covered on this blog.
- Be relevant to readers of the blog.
If you would like to write a guest blog post please contact Brian Kelly, the author of this blog. Note that submission of a guest blog post is subject to the following conditions:
- Guest posts must cover the agreed topic area.
- The editor reserves the right to make minor changes.
- Significant changes to the content will be discussed with the contributor.
- The editor reserves the right not to publish a guest post.
The following guest posts have been published:
- Guest Post: Rebooting MyEd – Making the Portal Relevant Again, Martin Morrey, 17 June
- Guest Post: I Do UX – Do You, Neil Allison,16 June 2014
- Guest Post: Wake Up and Face the Digital Reality, Paul Boag, 20 May 2014
- Guest Post: Planning work: How can technology help the Workload Allocation process?, Hiten Vaghmaria, 8 May 2014
- Guest Post: Please Allow Me to Introduce Myself, Jonathan O’Donnell, 6 May 2014
- Guest Post: Data Expeditions and Data Journalism project as OER in Russian, Anna Sakoyan and Irina Radchenko, 15 March 2014
- Guest Post: Why the Opposite of Open isn’t Necessarily Broken, Sheila MacNeill, 14 March 2014
- Guest Post: Open Education and Staff Development at the University of Salford, Gillian Fielding, 13 March 2014
- Guest Post: What Does Working Openly on the Web Mean in Practice?, Doug Belshaw, 12 March 2014
- Guest Post: Open Education Data, Marieke Guy, 11 March 2014
- Guest Post: Sheila MacNeill’s reflections on the #byod4l “mini-MOOC”, Sheila MacNeill, 31 January 2014
- Guest Post: Opening up University Space online using Google Street View, Edward Miller, 6 March 2013
- Reflections on Open Access Week 2012 at the University of Oxford, Catherine Dockerty and Juliet Ralph, 4 December 2012
- Social Media Analytics for R&D: a Catalan Vision, Xavier Lasauca i Cisa, 5 November 2012
- SEO Analysis of Enlighten, the University of Glasgow Institutional Repository, William Nixon, 25 October 2012.
- SEO Analysis of LSE Research Online, Natalia Madjarevic, 24 October 2012
- SEO Analysis of WRAP, the Warwick University Repository, Yvonne Budden, 23 October 2012
- Further Evidence of Use of Social Networks in the UK Higher Education Sector, Craig Russell, 6 June 2012
- Syndicated Post: The Commons Touch, Steve Wheeler, 7 April 2012
- Openly Commercial, Joscelyn Upendran, 6 April 2012
- Opening Up Events – The GEII Event Amplification Toolkit, Kirsty Pitkin, 5 April 2012
- Professional Development Using Open Content, Marieke Guy, 4 April 2012
- Librarians meet Wikipedians: collaboration not competition!, Simon Bains, 3 April 2012
- Being Openly Selfish and Making “OER” Work for You, James Burke, 2 April 2012
- Open Access to Science for Everyone, Ross Mounce, 30 March 2012
- How can universities ensure that they dispose of their unwanted IT equipment in a green and socially responsible way?, Anja ffrench, 26 December 2011
- Web archives: more useful than just a ‘historical snapshot’, Maureen Pennock, 7 September 2011
- Event Report: Metrics and Social Web Services Workshop, Kirsty Pitkin, 18 July 2011
- iTunes U: an Institutional Perspective, Jeremy Speller, 25 October 2010
- Blogs At Imperial College, Jenny Evans, 2 October 2009
- Web 2.0 At The National Library of Wales, Paul Bevan, 7 November 2008
- Library 2.0 at the University of Wolverhampton, Jo Alcock, 1 October 2008
- You’ve Got A Friend, Hannah Hiles, 1 September 2008
- Blogging Masterclass at ILI 2007: A Perspective, Eddie Byrne, 4 November 2007
- The ILI 2007 Blog Masterclass, Penile Helholm, 2 November 2007
- The Blogging Librarian: Pragmatic, Connected and Visible, Michael Stephens, 1 October 2007
- Guest Blog Post: The Eternal Beta, Phil Wilson, 6 September 2007
- Web 2.0 and Sustainability, Ross Gardler, 5 September 2007
- The Web Community Discussion Group Session at IWMW 2007, Debbie Nicholson, 4 September 2007
- Post Your Favourite IWMW 2007 Video Moments, Anthony Leonard, 3 September 2007
- Go Forth and Mash!, Mike Ellis, 1 July 2007
- Marketing Man Takes Off His Tie, Peter Reader, 6 June 2007
- The Promise of Information Architecture, Keith Doyle, 5 June 2007
- Social Participation for Student Recruitment, Paul Boag, 4 June 2007
- Let The Students Do The Talking, Alison Kerwin, 1 June 2007
- Webbed or Web Sceptic? You Decide!, Roddy MacLeod, 1 May 2007