“Taking Back the University: Angry Young Academics” – @UWSCreative’s Jennifer Jones write for Guardian Higher Education Network

Yesterday a piece that I co-authored with Martin Eve from the University of Sussex “Taking back the University: Angry Young Academics” was published on the Guardian website. Extract below, full article here: The full piece can be read on the Guardian site, extract below: “While AC Grayling’s New College of the Humanities proposes a free-market value system … Continue reading

PhD Student Jennifer Jones presents to UK Cabinet Office on behalf of Social Media company Hootsuite

As part of a “Twitter Day” at the Cabinet Office (delivered by Transparency & Digital Engagement Group),  Hootsuite (Social media platform) had an opportunity to present to a UK Government audience about their software capacities and give a brief introduction to how it can be used in a public sector context. Hootsuite didn’t have any … Continue reading

Doctoral Researchers, Ana ADI and Jennifer Jones, impress at prestigious ECREA 2010 Conference

From the 12th until the 15th of October, Hamburg was the host city of one of the most prestigious European communication conferences, ECREA 2010. Associated with the European Communication Research and Education Association, the ECREA conference gathered more than a thousand participants from Europe and beyond covering as many as 17 sections including Audience and … Continue reading

PhD Student Jennifer Jones guest talk for Coventry and Warwickshire Social Media Cafe at Warwick University

PhD Student Jennifer Jones  was invited along as guest speaker for the September edition of the Coventry and Warwick Social Media Cafe (at the International Digital Lab at Warwick University) to speak about her research around independent media centres, the Olympic games and the forthcoming launch of the #media2012 blueprint at the Cornerhouse (part of Abandon Normal Devices festival) in Manchester … Continue reading

Social Media Strategies: guest workshop (by PhD student Jennifer Jones) at the BIAD, Birmingham (20th of July, 2010)

On the 20th of July, I was invited to host a workshop at the Birmingham Institute of Art and Design (BIAD) Research Summer School about using Social Media to promote research. As promised, I’m sticking the presentation online so that those who were there can get a little bit more information based on the discussions … Continue reading

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