Category: Events

News from the Frontline

Yesterday we held our final (funded) event at the Frontline Club in London, a venue with an interesting history which provided the perfect backdrop for our discussions. The event was designed to bring together fellow academics working on related projects,

Engaging Readers Event October 2014

The third of our workshops brought together scholars researching digital literacies with teachers and students from the locality to discuss what use might be made of digital platforms and social media in the classroom.   DRN members Joachim Vlieghe and

Accommodation and Travel Information for the Symposium

Accommodation When making a booking, it is always worth asking for a discount by mentioning that you are attending a conference hosted by the University. As a general rule, anything on East/West Cliff should be within walking distance of the

Draft Programme for DRN Symposium 19 June

Draft Programme – Digital Reading Symposium. 9.30-10.00 Arrival, teas and coffees and Welcome (Bronwen Thomas and Julia Round, University of Bournemouth).   10.00-11.30   Ereaders and Ereading Anne Mangen (University of Stavanger, Norway) Reading on Paper and Screens: Empirical Research. Simon

Big Data and Readers – the Sheffield Workshop

The second of our scheduled workshops took place at Sheffield Hallam University on 6 March.  In the first session, Andrew Salway and Daniel Allington offered their perspectives on current debates around ‘Big Data’ and introduced us to some illustrative case

DRN Public Engagement Event December 2013

This event drew together local reading group and book club members, teachers, students, writers and librarians. Many of the participants had taken part in focus groups organized in 2012 as part of our earlier Researching Readers Online project, and we

DRN First Meeting September 2013

Report on First Meeting/Workshop for the Digital Reading Network held at Bournemouth University, 11 September, 2013 As this was the first meeting of the network, a substantial portion of the day was devoted to introductions and to matters of housekeeping.