Tag Archives: Digital Footprint Service

Reflecting on Digital Footprint

DF MOOC logoNicola Osborne (EDINA) highlights what has happened with Digital Footprint. You can read about this from her blog


“Over the last year or so Louise Connelly and I have been busy developing a Digital Footprint MOOC building on our previous research, training and best practice work and share this with the world. We designed a three week MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) that runs on a rolling basis on Coursera – a new session kicks off every month. The course launched this April and we were delighted to see it get some fantastic participant feedback and some fantastic press coverage…

… Also in June our article (in Vol. 11, No. 1, October 2015) for ALISS Quarterly, the journal of the Association of Librarians and Information Professionals in the Social Sciences, had been awarded Best Article of the Year. Huge thanks to the lovely folks at ALISS – this was lovely recognition for our article, which [you] can read in full in the ALISS Quarterly archive”

Full blog post can be accessed here


Jisc 50 most influential HE professionals using social media

Nicola OsborneNicola Osborne (EDINA), lead collaborator on the Digital Footprint campaign (2014-2015), member of the research team and actively supporting students, researchers and staff at the University of Edinburgh, has just been listed in the Jisc 50 most influential HE professionals using social media.

Congratulations Nicola! It’s fantastic to have your expertise and involvement with the Digital Footprint service and research.