Standing out from the crowdCode: LIB303 , Offered By: Research Study Skills
Developing your online profile and boosting your digital presence helps you to:
- find people working in the same field and potential collaborators
- share, promote and discuss your research
- increase your citations
- demonstrate the impact and reach of your work
This session will introduce you to readily-available online tools enabling you to maximize your influence on the research community, create an online personal profile which will be visible to other researchers and to possible employers, and assess the impact of others.
Second and third year researchers, although the workshop can also be taken in other years.
This session helps students to:
develop and manage their online presence enabling them to exploit social media
build up a scholarly community
behave professionally online
engage with people outside academia (including employers)
disseminate research widely and increase personal impact
Participants will learn how to:
promote themselves and create networks around your research field
be able to choose the right online tools for the task and be aware of the pitfalls and advantages of each
understand the importance of professional behaviour online and how to manage their professional image
Practical workshop from the Library and Careers Service with a mix of short presentations and hands-on practice.
There will be no formal assessment. We suggest you use the objectives and learning outcomes above to reflect on what you have learned in this session and record this in your DDP e-portfolio.
This session is also available as part of Fast Track: the influential researcher (LIB300), so if you are already booked on to this workshop, or have already attended it in the past you may not wish to attend.
Helen Moore & Rachael Roberts
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