In this post, Philippa Nicoll Antipas re-considers conferences as sites for teacher professional learning and development. She details her PhD research project Plan D, a game-like collective activity whereby teachers are supported to go rogue and design their own professional learning and development needs.
In this post David Clark looks back on conferences past, reflecting on the role they have played in his career.
Editors’ note: Recently on Twitter the Conference Inference editors came across the following tweet, where David Clark shared the discovery of the manuscript of his first conference presentation. In this post we have asked David to use the discovery as a beginning point to reflect on conferences past. David’s post may be read alongside other Conference Inference posts which foreground memories of conferences by Sandra Acker and Barbara Grant
Twitter can be a powerful tool within the world of research. In this post, Ashley shares her experiences with using Twitter to catch up on and share the latest research and news live from conferences around the world.
In this post, Emily Fekete talks about the use of Twitter at academic conferences, the experiences of being the social media manager for the American Association of Geographers. She also offers some broader thoughts about conference social media use.