Some notes on University of Phoenix’s recent ‘academic activity streams’ and some existing examples of ranked lists based on user events and some fumblings around using Yahoo Pipes to add social share counts to feeds.
Here’s some posts which have caught my attention this month: Desire2Learn Acquires Course-Suggestion Software Inspired by Netflix and Amazon – Wired Campus – The Chronicle of Higher Education – January […]
I was recently asked by Ernesto Priego if I’d like to do an interview for Networked Researcher. I’ve been an admirer of Ernesto’s work (I can even tell you the […]
Last week I got a number of enquiries about using Google Forms. One of these was a question from Martin Weller (OU) who is in the process of setting up […]
A soon as you download your Twitter Archive it immediately becomes stale. To save having to request fresh copies this post shows you how you can not only keep your archive fresh on Google Drive but also share it to the world.
I’m embarrassed to say I didn’t know the name Aaron Swartz until a couple of days ago. I was aware of something trickling through my networks but it wasn’t until […]
After posting Analysing WordPress post velocity and momentum stats with Google Sheets (Spreadsheet) Tony quickly came back with WordPress Stats in R, which includes a handy custom function for querying […]
Like other wordpress.com and self-hosted wordpress blogs using Jetpack I got my annual report. This left some questions about the posts made later in the year that hadn’t had time to collect views so I’ve created a Google Spreadsheet template which reveals some more answers.
Here's some posts which have caught my attention this month: Activity data – delivering benefits from the data deluge : Digital Infrastructure Team – December 17, 2012 Futurelearn may or […]
It looks like Twitter are finally rolling out the option to download all your tweets. If you are still itching to get your data this Google Spreadsheet template should help.