Dr Meghan Campbell, OxHRH Deputy-Director Presents at IT Services Seminar on Blogging and Digtial Scholarship

by | Mar 14, 2016

On Friday, alongside Dr Mary Bosworth from Border Criminologies, Dr Jennifer Nuttall and Dr Eleanor Park, Oxford Human Rights Hub Deputy-Director, Dr Meghan Campbell presented on the opportunities and challenges of blogging and digital scholarship as part of the Oxford University IT Services, series #OxEngage2016.

The 2 hour session discussed the role of blogging in sharing scholarship and research. In canvassed how to harness the power of social media to promote online scholarship, the challenging of balancing blogging with more traditional forms of academic scholarship and the challenges in managing an active online forum. It was an lively and engaging discussion at how to take scholarship into the new, exciting forums.

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