Trends in the sector
- Social media savvy: the universities and academics leading the way. Ruth Page. Guardian Higher Education Network. 14th March 2011.
Publishing for Researchers
- A guide to self-publishing for academics and researchers. Guardian Higher Education Network. 29th November 2011.
- Cite or Site? The current view of what constitutets 'academic publishing' is too limited. Mark Carrigan and Pat Lockley. LSE Impact Blog. September 1st 2011.
- The search for the academic artic monkey: why we must maximise the exposure of research through a blend of traditional and new methods of publication. Mark Carrigan and Pat Lockley. LSE Impact Blog. September 19th 2011.
- Five minutes with Bora Zivkovic: "The blog is a way for me to promote young and new voices". LSE Impact Blog. January 20th 2012.
- How can a university best use social media for internal communications? Tracy Playle. Guardian Higher Education Network. 1st June 2011.
- Social media for internal communication. Ann Pilkington and Tracy Playle. PR Academey. March 2011.
- Academic collaboration and blogging makes demonstrating pathways to impact an easier matter. Peter Matthews. LSE Impact Blog. November 3rd 2011.
- Continual publishing across journals, blogs and social media maximises impact by increasing the size of the 'academic footprint'. Mark Carrigan and Pat Lockley. LSE Impact Blog. October 26th 2011.
Long term digital change
- The 'prestige' of journals in a social media age. Mark Carrigan. Sociological Imagination. August 29th 2011.
- What's the point of edited books? A step-by-step proposal for a social media alternative. Mark Carrigan. Sociological Imagination. October 12th 2011.
- Do 'prestigious' journals make academics lazy? An unlikely parallel with the art world. Mark Carrigan. Sociological Imagination. January 12th 2012.