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Zoe Glatt

Why don’t (most) unis recognise their staff’s youtube channels?

January 31, 2020

I was talking to Zoe Glatt, an academic doing her phd on youtubers at LSE, a while ago, and she pointed out that most academics studying youtube don’t actually have a youtube channel. This was a surprise to me, cause I think it’s really valuable to have hands-on experience with the thing I’m studying. And […]

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Newbie academic conference tips via Twitter

July 18, 2019

So I’ve never been to an academic conference before. Sure, I’ve been to Vidcon a couple of times¬†¬†and when I was a teen I went to roleplaying conferences, but I’ve never been to an academic conference before. And suddenly, I learned I was presenting out edutube at one, the 4rd Annual Young Creative Connected (YCC) […]

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Asking the Big Questions about educational videos inside and outside the classroom

July 3, 2019

So I’m still turning the Big Question around in my brain. Each phd has a Big Question and a methodology to research that Big Question. I think I’ve got the methodology down, but I’m still rubic-cubing the various possible question/s in my head. I have a lot of questions. So my supervisor suggested that I […]

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Educational youtube videos – the beginning of the thoughts

May 11, 2019

So I’ve been wondering how to start up this blog again, and how to transition it from it’s old, craft focus to my current focus, which is educational youtube videos, otherwise know as edutube Well, that was easy. So I’ve been making edutube vids for a while now, a few years in fact, and I’ll […]

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