Research

NML formal and informal research record.

Publications

The NML has published articles and presented papers for academic and non-academic purposes at conferences and workshops:

Mathurine J. Walking the (social media) line. Rhodes Journalism Review #33. Rhodes University. 2013.

Mathurine, J. “Trends and Tools in Online Journalism” (Workshop), Goethe Institute, Lagos, Nigeria, July 2011.

Mathurine, J. “Conversational Journalism” (Workshop), Caxton Media, Johannesburg, South Africa June/July 2011. 

Mathurine, J. "Managing New Media Convergence" In Mavhungu & Picard (ed) Media Management in the New Age. Sol Plaatje Institute for Media Leadership. 2013.

Mathurine, J. "Capacitating UNESCO JMC Centres of Excellence for Realtime Journalism and Media Studies". World Journalism Educator's Congress. Grahamstown, South Africa. July 2010.

Mathurine, J. “Why the future of African journalism lies in mobile social networks”. Media 140 Conference, Sydney, Australia. November 2009.

Mathurine, J. “Concepts and practices for teaching and learning convergence” for West African JMC institutions on behalf of the Open Society Institute of West Africa. September 2009.

Mathurine, J. “Curriculating Convergence” for UNESCO JMC Centres of Excellence. September 2009

Mathurine, J. “Teach New Media in Africa”. UNESCO Centres of Excellence for African Journalism in Windhoek, Namibia May 2009.

Mathurine, J. “Prospects for empowerment and democratisation through ‘new media’ development in Africa”. First Africa-Forum for Development, Stuttgart, Germany. March 2009.

Mathurine, J. "How online sexed up new media". The Media magazine, February 2008.

Maher  V, Mechanised audiences, social knowledge; the semantic web and the burden of responsibility for the We Media at the WWW (Conference on world Wide Web applications) 2005, Cape Town Convention Centre, Cape Town, SA, August 2005

Maher  V, Social knowledge and trust: the semantic web and Creative Commons at Commons Sense, WITS, Johannesburg, SA, May 2005

Maher  V, ICT development in Africa at What the Hack, Liempde, Netherlands, July 2005

Maher  V, Is blogging open-source journalism? At What the Hack, Liempde, Netherlands, July 2005

Maher  V, Hacking animals, a history of existence as the practice of hacking at What the Hack, Liempde, Netherlands     July, 2005

Maher  V, Blogonomics: a critical framework for the study of the blogosphere at Highway Africa 2005, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, SA, September 2005

Maher: “Web 2.0 and the Consumer Revolution” Intelligence Magazine, February 2006

Maher: “Behemoth” Intelligence Magazine, March 2006

Maher: “Merger spells bad news for online developers” Mail & Guardian Online, 20 April 2005

Maher: “Is information food for society?” Mail & Guardian Online, 2 March 2005

Maher: “Copyright watchdogs are breeding a bigger enemy” Mail & Guardian Online, 11 January 2005

Maher: “Reality gaming and living reality” Mail & Guardian Online, 15 November 2004

Maher “Should websites link to beheadings in Iraq?” Mail & Guardian Online, 19 October 2004

Maher: “Memogate -- the real issue for Big Media”, Mail & Guardian Online, 6 October 2004

Maher: “Wikipedia gets a million entries”, Mail & Guardian Online, 30 September 2004

Maher: “Opening a can of source”, Mail & Guardian Online, 23 September 2004 

Maher: “Open source software challenges big media”, Mail & Guardian Online, 22 September 2004

Maher: “ColdFusion: Run an Enterprise –Scale Web site that integrates Flash”, Enjin magazine num 29, October 2005

Maher: “Open Source Software Underpinning Traditional Media Challenges” Linux.co.za, 5 September 2004

Maher: “China's 'Red flag' goes open”, Interview on Go Open episode 12, aired on SABC2