All posts by Emily Bowles

I’m a PhD student at the University of York studying changing representations of Charles Dickens from 1857-1939, looking at biographies, fiction and other media. By night (and on weekends) I was an inbound marketer for a social media agency, researching, blogging, tweeting, and am currently thinking through ways to bring social media to education.

10 SEO Tips for Academic and Teaching Blogs

This is the third post in a series of guest posts by Emily Bowles on social media and teaching. You can read the first one on Twitter in the classroom here, and the second one on using rotation curation Twitter accounts heEmily Bowles, … <a href=Continue Reading ››

Using social media to find your academic voice

Following on from my blog post on using Twitter as a student and as an educator, I wanted to talk about the ways in which social media helps students at every level of study, in every subject, develop a stronger sense of their own academic voice. Academic voice is something that many students really … Continue Reading ››

Classroom Twittering: An Introduction

This is the first in a series of guest posts on social media for students and teachers by Emily Bowles. Emily used to work in marketing but is now studying a PhD on representations of Charles Dickens 1857-1935 at the University of York. You can follow her on Twitter  @EmilyBowles_ and read her blog … Continue Reading ››