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Paul Munden, director of NAWE (National Association of Writers in Education) and a founding member of Lithouses, will join Ross Macfarlane (Wellcome Library), John Coburn and Alex Henry (both Tyne and Wear Museums) in our roundtable session. There are a few places remaining so register soon.

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New Media and Academia Provisional Programme

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Registration Form

Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis as they are so limited… good luck!

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Judging from the quality of proposals coming in, the conference is shaping up to be an excellent one (if we say so ourselves!) Registration for non-speakers will be opening soon, but places are extremely limited so we’re going to have to offer them on a first come, first served basis. Keep checking the blog and twitter over the next few days – you can also email Helen at helen.j.williams@northumbria.ac.uk if you’d like to receive a notification when registration opens. Good luck!

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We’ve extended the deadline for proposals, so you now have until 21st March (this Monday) to get something in. The papers coming in are excellent so far, so you’d be in very good company!

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I am delighted to announce that two speakers have now been confirmed for our non-academic panel. A representative from the Wellcome Library will be discussing various digital projects they’ve been involved in (Wellcome Film for example). We also have a speaker from Culture Shock, a project aiming to collect 1,000 digital stories from people across the North East of England.

As for the panels of postgraduate students, the deadline for proposal submissions is 10th March, so there’s still plenty of time to put something together! Attendance is very limited, and while there will be some places for non-speakers at the event, priority goes to those giving a paper.

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Call For Papers

You can now read the call for papers here

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