UX apps to make your research easier (and more fun!)

I reviewed a few apps this week for the plasma slides that we have in the Information Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School and I enjoyed some of the apps so much, I just had to share them. Two of these apps were part of my plasma slide lot and the third was inspired┬áby aContinue reading “UX apps to make your research easier (and more fun!)”

23 Things, Thing 13

Reflection week! To start, enjoy this youtube video from the user 100disks featuring their kitten and a mirror. Right, now all the reflection-related cuteness is over, I shall start reflecting upon the more serious topic of 23 Things so far! In the original Cam23 post for Thing 13, Libby Tilley recommends taking the VARK questionnaireContinue reading “23 Things, Thing 13”

23 Things, Thing 10

Following on from my post about Thing 9, here comes Thing 10 which is focussed on the more legal side of Flickr. There exists a handy protection licensing device called Creative Commons. This allows a producer of internet-based work, whether it is blogging, digital art or photography, to protect their creativity while also allowing otherContinue reading “23 Things, Thing 10”

23 Things, Thing 9

Thing 9 is something that I have been greatly looking forward to exploring in the context of libraries because it is something that I already use and love! Thing 9 is all about Flickr! I’ve been using Flickr for quite a while and I really like it. I used to use DeviantArt for a lotContinue reading “23 Things, Thing 9”