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Lilac 2015, Newcastle University

It’s taken me a little while to write-up my experience of Lilac in Newcastle, partly because there was quite a lot to process, partly because there has been so much going on since I’ve barely had time to sit and properly gather my thoughts. Even this will be a rather piecemeal attempt to put together […]

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Exploiting user internet behaviours using social media

As noted in my previous post on the NAG conference, this was the first time I had been invited to run a workshop at a conference. I have delivered several presentations in the past, but never a workshop. Consequently, I was a little unsure how to approach this, particularly as it was a workshop on […]

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The NAG Conference, 3rd-4th September

Last week I attended the NAG conference (National Acquisitions Group) in York. This is the first such conference I have attended since taking on my first professional post earlier this year. But I wasn’t just there as a delegate, I had very kindly been invited to run two workshops on social media, one on each […]

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NAG Conference, York

I was fortunate enough to be invited to run workshops on social media for the National Acquisitions Group conference that ran this week in York (3-4 September). If you are interested in viewing the slides (it was predominantly a workshop with a bit of background/outlining of key principles at the start), they are available here. […]

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