Tag: research

The first bit of my notes from an excellent event at KCL last week. Before we can talk meaningfully of ‘enhanced publication’, we need to attend to the question of how ‘enhancement’ is conceptualised and operationalised. What does it mean for a publication to be enhanced? What role does enhancement serve and how does this […]

ePamphlets is a word I’m using until a better one occurs. As part of the process of continuous publishing , I’ll regularly curate ePamphlets based on my online work in the area. The kind of things they collect: Podcasts Videocasts Blog Extended chunks of writing Quotes from reading (I’m also using the blog as my reference manager […]