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Networking

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  • 1. Networking<br />Broadcasting the seed and reaping the crop<br />
  • 2. Topics<br />What do we mean by Networking?<br />Does identity matter?<br />What is happening out there now?<br />How do we Network effectively?<br />Specialist blogs, sites and Mail lists<br />
  • 3. Networking?<br /> Talking to others<br />Sharing ideas<br />Collaborating<br />Supporting<br />
  • 4. Changing how we Network: online<br />From paper to digital<br /> From Linear to Diffuse<br /> From Formal to Informal<br />From Circumspect to Daring Exploration<br /> From Secrecy to Openness <br />
  • 5. Identity<br /> The concept of identity<br />Your identity<br />Creating your identity<br />What are your Colleagues doing online?<br />
  • 6. Current behaviours<br />If you build it, will they come? How researchers perceive and use web 2.0 RIN Report 2010<br />Social Networking RIN website<br />Social Media: A guide for researchers RIN<br />
  • 7. Comment<br />’It almost offers you a half way house in that you can be less formal, ..., you can talk about your research findings … out there in the public space and people can comment or interact ...’ <br />Research Information Network. If you build it, will they come? How researchers perceive and use Web 2.0. London, 2010. p. 28<br />
  • 8. Effective Networking<br />Join a range of social networks to provide interaction at different levels<br />Lurk for a while to discover the ambience of the site<br />Join in (comment) when you feel you have something to say.<br />Do NOT read everything<br />
  • 9. Examples 1<br />Cloudworks – Virtual Worlds - http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloudscape/view/2059<br />Academia.edu – Tim - http://worc.academia.edu/timjohnson/About<br />Combinations – examples<br />VWWM– mail list, web site, SL, f2f<br />Presence – mail list, web site, f2f <br />Academic Blog Portal http://www.academicblogs.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page<br />Hyptertopehttp://www.hypertope.com/<br />
  • 10. Examples 2<br />Delicious - - No, we are not shutting down Delicious. <br /> http://www.pearltrees.com/<br />http://pinboard.in/<br />http://www.diigo.com<br />Blogs – Dave White - http://tallblog.conted.ox.ac.uk/index.php/2010/05/17/does-the-technology-matter/#comments<br />Twitter – research (Tweetdeck)<br />Facebook – Maria Nikolajeva<br />

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