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  Tuesday, June 14, 2005

  Me, speaking on researching blogs and blogging research, Amsterdam, 21 June

It's titled Lecture/debate on weblogs and the different shapes and colours of academic blogging and hosted by Networked Research and Digital Information (Nerdi), Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences.

I'll be talking about researching blogs and blogging research, more or less as the abstract says:

For a researcher who starts studying weblogs getting hands-on experience in blogging may be a natural step, either as part of learning about new phenomenon, as a way to engage in conversations with other weblog researchers or as a conscious choice for participatory research methods. In either case the lines between the "blogger who does research" and the "researcher who blogs" are getting blurred.
In this presentation Lilia Efimova will provide an overview of the weblog research field and talk about the different shapes and colours of academic blogging.

The details you may want to know:

  • Tuesday June 21 at 14.00 hrs + the entrance is free + you are very welcome :)
  • ISHSS Building, room D (1st Floor)
  • Prins Hendrikkade 189-B, 1011 TD, Amsterdam + directions

I'll try to make more debate than lecture out of it. I'll also post slides online and will try blog something, but hope someone else will blog it too as I can't write while talking :)

On a practical side: do you have any specific questions/issues you believe I should cover?

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