Today I gave an information session on building an online presence for PhD students at the School of Education, University of Newcastle. The although the session was informal and I talked through the possibilities and how to’s of building an online presence, I did prepare some materials that pulls together research and advice. I also asked twitter and got some great responses which were added to the presentation. The latter exercise neatly demonstrated the power of twitter in terms of the usefulness and power of having an online network.
This is what I got back:
If you are interested, you can check out the Spark presentation via the link below. What would your advice be?
Spark Presentation: The Researcher’s Digital Footprint
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