I’ve spent ages trying to think of a witty pun, or a supremely cool cultural reference to use in the intro to this post, but, in the end, nothing sat right. So instead I’ll just come out with it…I’ve got a new job! Continue reading Moving on
Last week, I was back in Brighton to resume my role as co-chair of the CASE Europe Social Media and Community Conference and, yet again, it proved itself to be one of the very best sector social media events of the year.
With absolutely loads of help from my co-chair Marie-Rose Delauzun, and CASE’s Sophie Anderton, we pulled together a really awesome bill of speakers – even if I do say so myself! Continue reading 75 takeaways from #casesmc
Now that the light at the end of the long tunnel that is January is in sight, it’s time to look forward to the Spring and one of the highlights of my professional calendar – the CASE Europe Social Media and Community Conference.
Of course, I’m lucky enough to be co-chair of this awesome event – so I do have something of a vested interest. However, I’m genuinely excited about this year’s lineup and would love for plenty of you to join us in Brighton from 30-31 March. Continue reading 10 reasons to join #casesmc this Spring!
So, here we are, the end of another year – where did the time go?
Back in January I blogged my list of New Year’s resolutions. Now, because I’m a bit of a nerd and to highlight the importance of evaluation, I wanted to report back on how I’ve done. Continue reading New Year’s resolutions 2016…how did I get on?
Hello, my name’s Dave and, like many of you reading this, I’m a campus pornaholic.
How’s that for an awkward opening sentence? Continue reading We’re all at it – why there’s no need to make campus porn your dirty little secret
Last week saw more than 80 higher education folk descend on Brighton for the 2016 Case Europe Social Media and Community Conference, an event I co-chaired for the first time. Despite having confidence in the schedule my co-chair Steven den Boer and I had put together, I was definitely a bit nervous as we kicked things off on Thursday morning; would all the speakers be ok, would the technology work and, most importantly, would our delegates get as much value and knowledge from the conference as possible? Continue reading 59 things I learned at #casesmc 2016
In just over six weeks, I’ll be co-chairing this year’s CASE Europe Social Media and Community Conference in Brighton with my Dutch friend and fellow rocker Steven Den Boer and I’d love to see you there too! From 31 March – 1 April we’ll get through loads of learning, make loads of new friends and, if last year is anything to go by, eat lots of great food. Continue reading 10 reasons you should definitely be at this year’s CASE Europe Social Media and Community Conference
Happy New Year everyone! I hope you enjoyed the festive period and managed to switch off and relax for a bit. However, it’s now time to get back in the saddle and get used to it being 2016. Continue reading Welcome to 2016: some resolutions for the New Year
Last week I had the pleasure of spending a few days in Edinburgh for the CASE (Council for Advancement and Support of Education) Europe Annual Conference and it was really rather good. Continue reading Thanks for the Memories: What I learnt at CASE