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Dr Paul Reilly publishes new chapter on social media and paramilitary style assaults in Northern Ireland

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Senior Lecturer Dr Paul Reilly is pleased to report that his chapter written with Faith Gordon, ‘Digital weapons in a post-conflict society’, has been published in ‘Anti-Social Media‘, a volume edited…

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Paper co-authored by Wasim Ahmed, Peter Bath and Laura Sbaffi presented at major social media conference

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The 9th International Conference on Social Media and Society was held earlier this month in Copenhagen, Denmark. Dr Wasim Ahmed, recent Information School PhD graduate (now assistant Professor at Northumbria…

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CILIP Conference 2018: Highlights by Librarianship student Kathryn Aylward

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I was absolutely gutted that I never quite got my application in for the LILAC Conference bursary, so when the opportunity to go to another, even bigger conference came up,…

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CILIP Conference 2018: Spotlight by Information Management student Xindi Jiang

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I was very honoured to have the opportunity to attend the 2018 CILIP conference in Brighton with a student bursary from the Information School at the University of Sheffield. The…

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