Organizing a Revolution: Egyptian Crisis Management and Social Media
The Egyptian revolution of 2011 became infamous for its use of social media. Images of young Egyptian tweeting revolutionary messages and images have become the poster children of the ‘Facebook’ Arab Spring.
Public Archaeology and Social Media: Developing the Personal Histories project
Dr Matthew Davies and the Personal Histories project: Archaeology is of great popular and scientific interest. Exemplified by television shows such as Time Team and a host of spin off productions the popular demand for and consumption of ‘archaeology’ is huge.
Assessing the Credibility of Social Media Sources
Knowledge Exchange Between Human Rights Practitioners and Junior Scholars
Real-Time Event Collaborations Across Mixed and Transmedial Realities
Using Social Media to Manage Real-Time Event Collaborations Across Mixed and Transmedial Realities
Applying the Outreach Strategies of London’s Museums to Academia
Through a series of three short videos, this project goes to the heart of the best social media campaigns put out by London’s museums in 2012-2013 and brings the strategies to life.
Wikigeeks – Gaming and Collaborative Learning
At the core of the project will be a series of online interviews with key users of gaming wikis with the pool of interviewees drawn from both wiki readers and wiki contributors.
A best practice Blog: Academic, Archival and Library History blogging
This project investigates the use of Blogs by archives, libraries and historians on both an individual and organisational level.