Nicola Osborne

I am Digital Education Manager and Service Manager at EDINA, a role I share with my colleague Lorna Campbell. I was previously Social Media Officer for EDINA working across all projects and services. I am interested in the opportunities within teaching and learning for film, video, sound and all forms of multimedia, as well as social media, crowdsourcing and related new technologies.

Oct 042017
 

This afternoon I’m at the Keynote Session for Information Security Awareness Week 2017 where I’ll speaking about Managing Your Digital Footprint in the context of security. I’ll be liveblogging the other keynotes this afternoon. The event has begun with a brief introduction from Alistair Fenemore, UoE’s Chief Information Security Officer, and from his colleague David Creighton […]

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Aug 032017
 

Today I am at Repository Fringe which runs today and tomorrow in Edinburgh and is celebrating 10 years of Repofringe! I’m just here today – presenting a 10×10 on our recent Reference Rot in Theses: A HiberActive Pilot project work – and will be blogging whilst I’m here. As usual, as this is live, may […]

Aug 022017
 
Reflecting on my Summer Blockbusters and Forthcoming Attractions (including #codi17)

As we reach the end of the academic year, and I begin gearing up for the delightful chaos of the Edinburgh Fringe and my show, Is Your Online Reputation Hurting You?, I thought this would be a good time to look back on a busy recent few months of talks and projects (inspired partly by […]

Jul 042017
 

Today I am again at the Mykolo Romerio Universitetas in Vilnius, Lithuania, for the European Conference on Social Media 2017. As usual this is a liveblog so additions, corrections etc. all welcome…  Keynote presentation: Daiva Lialytė, Integrity PR, Lithuania: Practical point of view: push or pull strategy works on social media  I attended your presentations yesterday, and […]

Jul 032017
 

Today I am at the Mykolo Romerio Universitetas in Vilnius, Lithuania, for the European Conference on Social Media 2017. As usual this is a liveblog so additions, corrections etc. all welcome…  Welcome and Opening by the Conference and Programme Chairs: Aelita Skaržauskienė and Nomeda Gudelienė Nomeda Gudelienė: I am head of research here and I want to […]

Jun 302017
 

Today I’m at ReCon 2017, giving a presentation later (flying the flag for the unconference sessions!) today but also looking forward to a day full of interesting presentations on publishing for early careers researchers. I’ll be liveblogging (except for my session) and, as usual, comments, additions, corrections, etc. are welcomed.  Jo Young, Director of the […]

Jun 282017
 

Today I am at the eLearning@ed Conference 2017, our annual day-long event for the eLearning community across the University of Edinburgh – including learning technologies, academic staff and some post graduate students. As I’m convener of the community I’m also chairing some sessions today so the notes won’t be at quite my normal pace! As usual […]

Jun 212017
 

Last Thursday I attended the Guardian Teacher Network Seminar: Technology in schools: money saver or money waster? at Kings Place, London.The panel was chaired by Kate Hodge (KH), head of content strategy at Jaywing Content and former editor of the Guardian Teacher Network, and featured: John Galloway (JG), advisory teacher for ICT/special educational needs and inclusion, Tower Hamlets […]

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Jun 162017
 

It’s the final day of the IIPC/RESAW conference in London. See my day one and day two post for more information on this. I’m back in the main track today and, as usual, these are live notes so comments, additions, corrections, etc. all welcome. Collection development panel (Chair: Nicola Bingham) James R. Jacobs, Pamela M. Graham […]

Jun 152017
 

I am again at the IIPC WAC / RESAW Conference 2017 and today I am in the very busy technical strand at the British Library. See my Day One post for more on the event and on the HiberActive project, which is why I’m attending this very interesting event. These notes are live so, as […]