History SPOT stats – the Seminars and Conferences

The History SPOT podcasts are derived largely from the IHR’s research seminar programme and its series of conferences.  The first of these two tables show the regular contributors to History SPOT (i.e. the seminars who podcast all or most of their seminars) and those...

History SPOT usage trends

I thought today I would share with you a few of the stats that we’ve observed from the History SPOT podcast service.  The table below shows how many times podcast files have been played in the browser and downloaded.  The website went live in September 2011 but plays...

History SPOT blog update

Just a quick post today to draw your attention to the minor updates to the blog layout.  It’s nothing major; I would like to do more and really give the History SPOT blog a fresh look, but that will have to wait for another time – perhaps the summer when...

Blogging for Historians

When you read a blog post about History what are you looking for?  If you own a blog do you write posts about historical topics?  Why do you do this?  What do you get out of it?  These are all things that are of interest for the Blogging for Historians project.  The...

History SPOT update

Just a brief word today, to keep you informed about the changes occurring to the History SPOT platform.  These won’t affect your ability to visit the site, either for the podcasts or our research training material, but you will find some changes to the way you...