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CityLibrary makes History
On Tuesday, November 27th, CityLibrary will take part in History Day for the first time. History Day is an annual event at Senate House bringing together libraries, archives and associated (More)
Media and social media responsibilities in the integration of refugees
What impact do news and social media content have on our perception of refugees and their integration into a new host country? We take a look at two recent research papers on this issue. [caption id="attachment_899" align="aligncenter" width="632" (More)
How Do NGOs Attract News Coverage in a Digital News Landscape?
Guest Post by Ruth Moon How do NGOs work to attract news coverage in a shifting and increasingly digitally enabled news landscape? That is the question that motivated my research, More)
Resource of the month: British Library Newspapers
The British Library Newspapers collection contains full runs newspapers specially selected by the British Library to best represent nineteenth century Britain. The collection incl (More)
5 Humanitarian Newsletters You Should Sign Up For
Following the success of our summer post recommending the top 20 humanitarian Twitter accounts to follow, we asked (More)
Unlocking the knowledge contained in doctoral theses
In most cases, it takes anywhere between three and five years to write a doctoral thesis and a lot of the content is original research. But until recently, once finished, bound, and the degree has been awarded, the doctoral theses would end up inacce (More)
Creative Commons licenses made easy
Creative Commons licenses enable sharing of, and access to, creative works, such as images, scholarly literature or music. Creative Commons in numbers The American non-profit organisation providing Creative Commons licenses was founded in 2 (More)
Reflections on Stories of Solitude: Performance, Technology and Digital Overload
Joseph Dunne-Howrie attended the Stories of Solitude conference on 3rd October 2018. He was interested in its interdisciplinary focus and it's engagement with questions concerning participation in a networked world, intimacy, experiences of the live (More)
The benefits of open access
The principle benefits of open access were first enshrined within the visionary Budapest Open Access Initiative statement released on 14 February 2002 and are still very much alive 16 years later. The convergence of research sharing with technolog (More)
Q&A on Digital Humanitarians with Researcher Wendy Norris
New technologies have enabled virtual volunteers to collect and share situational information during natural and human-caused disasters. We spoke to Wendy Norris, author of the paper Digital Humanitarians - Citizen journalists on the virtual front li (More)
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