Links

Links © Janet E Davis.

Links

My social network pages:

@janetedavis – Twitter – personal and professional account (I tweet a lot, but also find lots of interesting information because I follow quite a wide range of people).

Janet E Davis photostream on Flickr – I take a lot of photographs.

LinkedIn public profile

Janet E Davis on Google Plus – this is my personal account.

Janet E Davis – heritage Google Plus Page – this is my professional page.

Janet E Davis’s Board on Pinterest – I use mine to highlight mostly visual things, often things one can buy.

Weekly Blog Club blog and @WeeklyBlogClub I founded Weekly Blog Club at the beginning of 2012 to encourage people to write regularly, especially people who work in or with the public sector and the Third Sector.

My personal web sites, blogs and aggregator services

Janet E Davis – The Blog – issues and thoughts about culture and public services.

Janet’s Jottings – my more informal, personal blog.

Janet E Davis’s Posterous – can include postings on war memorials, my photographs, or baking (including failed attempts).

Focus North – a blog focusing on a selection of photographs, possibly just my own.

Notes From Nowhere’s Posterous – a rather random blog of very occasional short posts created when I am out and about (and can find some free wifi).

Janet E Davis on Tumblr – I use this one occasionally.

Janet E Davis Daily – this pulls in the links to websites, photos, and movies posted by the people and organisations whom I follow on Twitter. It is a rich mix with quite a wide range of topics including art, museums, archaeology, science, politics and social issues.

Janet E Davis on About me

Janet E Davis on Flavors me

Past work

www.parksandgardens.ac.uk

Newcastle Libraries’ Tyneside Life and Times collection on Flickr – these images are the remains of a Web resource created between 2002 and 2004 by a project funded by the New Opportunities Fund Digitise programme (one of the UK’s National Lottery funds which became part of the Big Lottery Fund).

Links to references to publications, papers or other work I have done

Fildes, Sir (Samuel) Luke (1843–1927), illustrator and genre and portrait painter, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography [online]

Valentine (catalogue entry), V&A Museum collections

Millennium card for Tim (catalogue entry), V&A Museums collections

UKOLN website page with link to pdf version of Janet E Davis and Brian Kelly, The Social Web: Opportunities, Barriers and Solutions for Cultural Institutions, March 2010.

UKOLN website page with link to Making heritage more engaging (downloadable Microsoft Powerpoint presentation file), Janet E Davis.

Janet E Davis and Jonathan Riley, ‘Retrieval through Analysis: practical advantages and disadvantages of image retrieval methods.’ Conference paper abstract for DRH 2004, held at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne. Note: this is an orphaned page with broken links. If you want to see other parts of the archived website, they can be found on the Oxford University website, in the DRH 2004 archive of Digital Resources for the Humanities and Arts section.

Janet E Davis and Rachel Peacock, ‘Sense of Place North East: an example of cross-sector partnership in North East England,’ Conference paper abstract for DRH 2004, held at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne. Note: this is a page with broken links. If you want to see other parts of the archived website, they can be found on the Oxford University website, in the DRH 2004 archive of Digital Resources for the Humanities and Arts section.

National Library of Australia Catalogue entry

Janet E Davis, ‘The tribes and territories of heritage,’ conference paper abstract for TAG 2007 [Theoretical Archaeology Group], held at the King’s Manor, University of York, 14th – 16th December, 2007.

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