Alison McNab

Committed to libraries; interested in academia, accessibility, current awareness, e-content, info lit, research support, scholarly communication & social media

Huddersfield in England

Spoken at 17 events in 3 countries

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Siobhan Hawke

Digital Literacy Librarian also interested in importance of reading for pleasure and of course Information Literacy. Cilip mentor, Brownie leader in training. bio from Twitter

Chris B.

Librarian working in a Cambridge College. Enjoys 'playing' with computer applications etc. Constructing a website - still work in progress! bio from Twitter


GLAM-WIKI supports cultural institutions around the world who want to work with Wikimedia to share open & freely-reusable content. Tweets by Lori (@HstryQT). bio from Twitter

Aude Charillon

A curious librarian. - Tweets and retweets mainly on library and book-related things, social media, intellectual property bio from Twitter

Fiona Bradley

Consultant @IFLA_ALP, development and advocacy for libraries. Also: writer, Open Access fan, IA tinkerer, digitalist. bio from Twitter

Richard Jones

Journalist and occasional lecturer. Father of the more famous Gwenno. bio from Twitter

Mike Ewen

Liverpudlian working in a library in Hull. Belle and Sebastian lyric right there.

helen milner

Chief Exec UK online centres: Technology + Local + Scale. Helping 1m people use the web, in 5000+ communities. Chair Nat Housing & Digital Strategy Group. bio from Twitter

Kevin Curran

Kevin Curran is a Reader in Computer Science at Ulster University specializing in Network Security. He speaks often to the worlds press about technology. bio from Twitter

Sense About Science

A charity that equips people to make sense of science and evidence. bio from Twitter


No-fuss reference management for the web. Sync your PDFs to Google Drive and cite your papers in Google Docs. bio from Twitter

Nicola Whitton

Into games-based learning bio from Twitter

Anna Faherty

Writer, editor, lecturer in publishing, science communicator and wildlife follower bio from Twitter

James Wilsdon

science & democracy @SPRU | director @uk_nexus | chair @CfSocialScience & @HEFCE metrics review | blogger at http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/political-science bio from Twitter


Unlocking the sources of scientific research. bio from Twitter


The Coalition for Networked Information supports using information technology for the advancement of scholarly communication and intellectual productivity. bio from Twitter

Kate O'Neill

Petrified of snails, opinionated and shouty, pierced and inked, librarian, open access advocate. Work at UoS, all shouty opinions my own bio from Twitter