Digital Media Trends 2.0

Following some of the feedback I received yesterday, I have re-edited some of this – it’s never going to be perfect, and I have marking to do, but I hope to develop this into something usable for the University of Winchester! Current trends in digital media focus upon crowd-sourcing, collaboration and bottom-up approaches to material. A commonly used phrase is that sellers should ‘fish where the fish are’, with the trend having moved from ‘push’ Continue Reading →

Digital Media Trends

SEE ALSO: Digital Media Trends 2.0. The following information I have created as a favour for the Evangelical Alliance, for their forthcoming newsletter.  I suspect they may trim it somewhat, as I’m not sure they anticipated this many entries, but I have found it a very useful exercise to think through what each is used for in around 60 words! I would welcome feedback as to how clear the content is, especially as the audience Continue Reading →


“Squidoo is the popular publishing platform and community that makes it easy for you to create “lenses” online. Lenses are pages, kind of like flyers or signposts or overview articles, that gather everything you know about your topic of interest–and snap it all into focus. (You’re looking at a lens right now). It’s a supersimple, fun and powerful way to share your interests, build your online identity and credibility, and connect with new readers and Continue Reading →