Upcoming events which I’m speaking at, facilitating or organising. I’ve attached details where there’s a relevant URL but get in touch if you’d like more information about any of these.


September 12th – Co-convening ‘Digital Methodologies: Beyond Big & Small Data’ at 9th International Conference on Social Science Methodology (ISA’s Logic & Methodologies conference), University of Leicester. (with Mark Carrigan, Christian Bokhove, Richard Wiggins).

September 15th In the classroom, in the field: expert perspectives on the challenge of experiential learning in advanced methods teachingRC33: 9th International Conference on Social Science Methodology Leicester University, UK.

October 11th – An Introduction to Tools for Social Media Research, SRA/NMNSS, London, NW1 2BJ.


July 12th-13th 2016. Situating pedagogies: Researching the Teaching and Learning of Advance Qualitative Research Methods
5th Ibero-American Congress on Qualitative Research / 1st International Symposium on Qualitative Research
Lusófona University of Porto, Portugal.

July 5th 2016: Learning Social Science Research Methods: Let’s Talk Pedagogy, 7th ESRC Research Methods Festival. University of Bath, UK.

April 7th 2016: ‘The interconnectedness of methodological and pedagogical innovation‘ Aston University, Birmingham, UK. British Sociological Association (BSA) conference, 2016: “Global Societies: Fragmenting and Connecting.” With Melanie Nind.

March 11th 2016: ‘Starting out as a freelance researcher‘,  Doctoral College, Southampton University. With Debbie Collins.

December 9th-11th 2015:Pedagogy in context: international experts’ insights into the teaching of advanced research methods‘ Newport in South Wales, UK. Society for Research in Higher Education (SRHE) annual conference.

September 24th 2015: ‘Cardiff Q-Step Conference: Quantitative Pedagogy in Action, University of Cardiff.

April 17th 2015: ‘(Still) developing yourself as a researcher: methods training over the academic life-course‘ ESRC Final Year Conference, University of Oxford.

Feb 24th 2014: Understanding Universal Design: Seminar 3. “Translational practices and the operationality of universal design” @ Open University, Milton Keynes, UK.

This Economic and Social Research Council seminar focussed on new approaches to Universal Design.  My presentation (audio) puts practice into theory, with arguments centred on applying universal web standards.

March 21st 2014 Edge Conference: Accessibility Panel @ Microsoft in London, UK. 

Edge is an expert developer conference that supports Code-Club and  is co-hosted by FT labs, Microsoft and Google in a collaborative spirit. Each session features a Question-Time style panel.

The full session playlist is available from the Google Chrome Developers YouTube account. You can search session transcripts via the EdgeConf site to discover relevant content.



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