(Some) Publications

Sorry to disappoint. I am not an avid writer. I can assure you I can indeed write, I just don’t really enjoy it much, so it’s not  a task I engage in in my own time. If my blogs and 140 character reflections don’t suffice, here’s some things I have written in the past.

Lindsay, K. 2015. ‘Who’s the expert? Transforming knowledge and understanding through community collection.’ Association of LEarning Technology Conference. 8-10th September 2015. Availble Online: https://altc.alt.ac.uk/2015/sessions/whos-the-expert-transforming-knowledge-and-understanding-through-community-collection-972/

Lindsay, K. 2014. ‘Tutes and Tech’. Oxford Today. October 2014. pp.25-28. Available Online: http://issuu.com/oxfordalumni/docs/oxf10.ebook_lo?e=4233363/7508452

Lindsay, K. et al. 2014. ‘Embedding Community Collections within the Community: user-generated content to support public-engagement, education and knowledge exchange’. Unlocking Sources Conference. 30-31 January. Berlin National Library. Available Online: http://www.europeana-collections-1914-1918.eu/unlocking-sources/abstracts/

Lindsay, K. & McCarthy, M. 2013. ‘Ada Lovelace and Wikipedias Women’. The Guardian Higher Education Network. 15th October 2013. Online: http://www.theguardian.com/higher-education – network/blog/2013/oct/15/ada-lovelace-day-wikipedia-editathon

Lindsay, K. & Keen, A. 2010. Should the General Public be Involved in Academic Research? JISC Inform: March 2010: Issue 27. pp 18-19.

Lindsay, K. & Lee, S. 2009. ‘Creative Pedagogies – Poetry in Context: The First World War Poetry Digital Archive’ Wordplay. Issue 2. October 2009. pp.26-28.

Lee, S. D. & Lindsay, K. 2009. If you build it they will scan it: Oxford University’s Exploration of Community Collections. Educause Quarterly: 32 (2).

Lindsay, K. 2006. ‘‘When thou tookest the book / To view the scriptures, then I turned the leaves/And Led thine eye.’ Literary Theory and Hypertext—A Faustian Predicament’ Literary and Linguistic Computing, Volume 21, Issue suppl_1, 1 January 2006. pp.87–98. Online: https://doi.org/10.1093/llc/fql010

Cited work

Whilst I don’t write much, I have supported the creation of a lot of digital content – including digitising artefacts myself. My work on the First World War Poetry Digital Archive has seen content that I have produced become embedded  and referenced (by name) in reprints of classical texts, including Undertones of War, The First World War and Living Memory, and