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A Critical Review of Public Engagement Platforms

Okay folks, remember when I told you I’ve been busy working on a project for a future post? Here is what I’ve put together for all of you urbanists out there concerned with the many new and ever-increasing amounts of public engagement platforms/websites available. 1,567 more words

General

No to Lee Valley Tax Petition

A fellow Wandle Valley Regional Park trustee, Cllr Andrew Judge from Merton Council has set up a petition ‘No to Lee Valley Tax’.

The petition states: 340 more words

Information

Experiencing Arcadia

Have you ever visited a historic garden and wondered how people experienced it in the past? Ever wondered what it was like to see the landscape while on horseback? 339 more words

Landscape

What’s the hype over hyperlocal? If you’re in comms, PR, or marketing, you shouldn’t be asking that question

(I was asked to write this blog post by Cardiff University’s Centre for Community Journalism and it originally featured on their website. It was also posted on the… 523 more words

PR

Announced: the Digital Folk Launch Event!

DIGITAL FOLK: PROJECT LAUNCH

1st April 2015, 11am – 4pm
University of Westminster,
The Boardroom, 309 Regent Street, London

Wednesday 1st April sees the official launch event of Digital Folk – a two year research project that examines the ways in which folk arts participants use digital resources. 261 more words

Announcements

Making Energy Publics workshop report

The final report from the ‘Making Energy Publics’ workshop hosted by the 3S group last year is released today. The workshop brought together leading voices from Science and Technology Studies, Human Geography and Sociology to discuss the future of academic research into and engagement with the making of energy publics. 310 more words

Participation And Engagement

Stuff I have learnt by talking about my thesis to non-specialist audiences, by Joanna Kremer

In February 2014, in the midst of writing up one of my analysis chapters, I got an email from the University to take part in a competition called the Three Minute Thesis (3MT), which was first introduced by the University of Queensland in 2008. 803 more words

Research