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  • \nVoltaire as an example of the statement above. The Philosopher was probably one of the most networked scholars of his time, with more than a thousand European correspondents\nNetworks of correspondence was quite useful during the Classic Age as a form of establishing and maintaining connections with the outside world in a rather informal, yet meaningful way. Other thinkers of that time also made use of the Epistolary genre to establish their networks beyond their local whereabouts: Erasmus and more recently Darwin \nCheck Republic of Letters: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nw0oS-AOIPE \nCharles Darwin corresponded with over 2000 individuals worldwide, exchanging his views on scientific matters, his health and family life... in http://great-scientists.suite101.com/article.cfm/charles_darwins_letters \n\nRead more at Suite101: Charles Darwin's Letters: Darwin Correspondence Project Expands his World Wide Web http://great-scientists.suite101.com/article.cfm/charles_darwins_letters#ixzz0p5hMEPG6\n\nDarwin corresponded widely, asking for information and opinions, checking facts. He was very scrupulous in giving credit, just look at the footnotes in his books. But actually the flow was not one-way. Yes, Darwin was a phenomenal networker. He would probably have had a blog. in http://agro.biodiver.se/2009/02/blogging-the-big-birthday-darwin-the-seed-networker/ \n
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  • 1. Raising your profile in a digital world PRISM 2011: Postgraduate Researchers In Science Medicine conference 04 July 2011
  • 2. your thoughts...
  • 3. going back in timebefore we went digital
  • 4. using the technology of their times
  • 5. o rker s! Ne tw Erasmus Voltaire Darwin(1466 – 1536) (1694 – 1778) (1809 – 1882)
  • 6. fast forward >>
  • 7. 21st century
  • 8. Digital Scholarship why? your thoughts...
  • 9. 4 dimensions
  • 10. http://www.flickr.com/photos/susanvg/3382838948/sizes/l/ collaboration
  • 11. tools:co-writing google docs zoho.com•papers & reports•project proposals•surveys•presentations•etc
  • 12. ‘synchronous’ co-writing googledocs(or typewith.me) & skype(or google talk)
  • 13. live discussion web telephony skype as a(n) (a)synchronous group channel ... a great tool forresearch interviews
  • 14. collecting tool: diigo.comresourcessharing bookmarksannotating webpageshighlighting textsetc
  • 15. taking notes tool: evernote.comdigital notetakingsnapshots ofwebsitestaggingcontentresearchnotesetc
  • 16. collective tools: ning.com scivee.tvintelligence buddypress.orgsocialnetworksitescollaboratingwith a wideraudienceSharingideas &perspecives
  • 17. joint projects tools: pbworks.com wikispaces.com wetpaint.com wikis: engaging in a collaborative process; co-developing a web resource...
  • 18. tool:sharing files dropbox.com
  • 19. organising tools: mendeley.comreferences zotero.org citeulike.orgcollectorganise&cite yourbibliographicalreferences
  • 20. communication dissemination
  • 21. presentation sharingpodcasting twitter blogging
  • 22. http://tinyurl.com/5c5eck public engagement
  • 23. http://nogoodreason.typepad.co.uk/no_good_reason/2010/03/is-public-engagement-an-old-media-concept.html
  • 24. Academics to embrace Wikipediahttp://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-12809944
  • 25. Don’t only push or pull CommunicateIt’s about dialog!
  • 26. http://www.flickr.com/photos/56695083@N00/4464828517/sizes/l/ Identity & Reputation
  • 27. Presence
  • 28. personal level
  • 29. but not necessarily on your own!
  • 30. blog = the hubhttp://www.lisaharrismarketing.com personal, shared reflection of... practice, thoughts in progress, ideas, events.... aggregates distributed presence...
  • 31. a storyfrom twitter and beyond about Open Thinking
  • 32. crowd-sourcinginformation open tenure
  • 33. happy ending http://educationaltechnology.ca/cv/
  • 34. open discussion
  • 35. final thoughts
  • 36. Cultivating a network where to start?
  • 37. If we were to start designing a strategy for communicationand dissemination  of research from scratch, based on whatis available today, without any constraints of internalstructures or external regulating bodies, what would it looklike? Cameron Neylon, RIN Event (London, November 2010) See discussion here: http://knowmansland.com/learningpath/?p=772
  • 38. getting started... www.flickr.com/photos/turtlemom_nancy/1914397629/sizes/o/ • analyse your needs• start with what suits your purpose better• check where ‘your community’ is• the true power of social media is in the network (people) stuck?http://webpossibilities.pbworks.com