Twitter ye not

Rick Holliman at CALRG09

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Gráinne Conole
18 May 2009

 

Twitter ye not – whathave I been doing?

  • Interested in how information is represented
  • How media represents science
  • Multiple streams of information
  • How do people make sense of how science is communicated in the media
  • Particularly interested in how science education is communicated

 

Talk as a series of tweets 

Rick: Martian invasionin the form of an #SNCmeteorite suspected of harbouring fossilised remains ofancient bacteria – how cool is that? 12 years 9 months ago

Rick: #Dolly the sheepcloned. Why is there only one sheep? Anyone got advice on using card index atnewspaper library at Colindale? 12 years, 2 months ago

Rick: Flat screenarrived. RT @Eileen is there anything that #Finger-length ratios cannotexplain? 8 years, 9 months ago

Rick: Broadsheets havegone tabloid, or compact – or Berliner. 32 MB thumb drive. Does size matter? 3years, 7 months ago

Rick: #iphone,#itune-u, #elearns (she does too) #wiiplay, #youtube. Abuse of vowels andpronouns is rife, 2 years 1 month ago

Rick: The sun hasdisappeared behind a tag cloud. Thinking I might be an avatar of my formerself. 5 minutes

Complexity ofproduction and consumption and data collection and analysis, how can werepresent science what media are available, how is this influencing scientific andothers forms of expertise?

 

 

 

 

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Twitter classes for aspiring journalists

http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/story.asp?sectioncode=26&storycode=408033&c=2

Muireann OKeeffe
09:58 on 5 September 2009

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Anna De Liddo
10:47am 18 May 2009


Richard Holliman

is Senior Lecturer in Science Communication
Faculty of Scienceat the Open University.

His research interests are in Science communication, how science is comunicates throught differen means, How media represent science and how science use that representation?

Gráinne Conole
10:33am 5 September 2009


Thanks for the link Muieann looks really interesting!

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