Mark has worked as a social media trainer for the University Library, Research Exchange and Digital Change GPP at the University of Warwick, as well as the University of Nottingham Graduate School. A full index of resources he has produced can be found here and the Prezis from a number of his training sessions are available online here. He has also worked as a researcher for the Digital Change GPP, recently completing a detailed analysis of the academic publishing landscape and a feasibility study for the establishment of a Warwick ePress. He has taught NVivo extensively at the University of Warwick and acted as a NVivo trainer and consultant for the EU FP7 funded MYPLACE project. He is the founding editor of the Sociological Imagination, one of the world’s most popular Sociology websites, as well as managing editor of Sociology@Warwick and Asexuality Studies. He has been responsible for the web presence various groups attached to the British Sociological Association and is a prolific podcaster. He has extensive experience of working with the media, with his research having been featured in the Observer, the Times, the Atlantic, BBC News Magazine, BBC 3, Radio 4, Newstalk Ireland, RTL Belgium, Glamour, Foreplay Magazine, the Straits Times and many others internationally. His reflections on scholarly publishing have been featured in Wired and the Guardian Higher Education Network. He has also lectured on scholarly publishing at the Birmingham Institute of Art and Design and written regularly about research technology for the LSE Impact Blog and the Sociological Imagination.