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Workshop Blogging Scientists
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Workshop Blogging Scientists

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This is the shortened presentation for the workshop I instructed together with my colleague Rebecca Renatus. Rebecca prepared part one and myself prepared part two. …

This is the shortened presentation for the workshop I instructed together with my colleague Rebecca Renatus. Rebecca prepared part one and myself prepared part two.

You'll find information on research about scientific blogging, but also practices and advices.

This workshop resulted in a lot of posts on the summer school blog from our participants. Thx for your engagement!

You find the blog here: http://linguistik.zih.tu-dresden.de/digitization/

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  • 1. Philisophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Dresden, 30.09.2013 SCIENTIFIC Workshop at Summer School 2013 „Digitization and its Impact on Society“ Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt GING
  • 2. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 2 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Content Part 1: Blogs from a theoretical and empirical perspective • Science and blogs – a perfect match?! • Blogs as useful research tools • Scientific Blogging: Empirical findings • To blog or not to blog? Part 2: Blogs from a practical perspective • Blogging Scientists • Blogging for Beginners (and Professionals) 10/12/2013
  • 3. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 3 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Science and blogs – a perfect match?! 12.10.2013 Basic characteristics of blogs New quality of research, communication and publication Webpage with combination of text, images and links Reverse chronological order Archival of postings Opportunity to comment blog posts Individual or small group ownership Open access Opportunity to reach a wide audience Continuing opportunity of development and updating Longevity Feedback function Opportunity to express a personal view Part 1
  • 4. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 4 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II 12.10.2013 Quality assurance of knowledge Search for knowledge Dissemination of knowledge Cycle of academic research Science and blogs – a perfect match?! Production of knowledge Verbal Communication Source: Own representation based on Cann, Dimitriou & Hooley 2011 Part 1
  • 5. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 5 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II 12.10.2013 Blogs as useful research tools 1. Search for knowledge • Resource to explore new topics and discover more information • Forum for (fast-paced) discussions • Tool for collection and curation – self organization of own thoughts and research notes Part 1
  • 6. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 6 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II 12.10.2013 Blogs as useful research tools 2. Production of knowledge • Documentation of the research process • Opportunity to raise the profile of your work • Collaboration from any remote location • Opportunity to benefit from the experience of others • Gain support and feedback before official publication Part 1
  • 7. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 7 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II 12.10.2013 Blogs as useful research tools 3. + 4. Quality assurance and dissemination of knowledge … to disseminate own research findings … to establish oneself in the scientific community More easy way... • Informal space for review and discussion • Opportunity to publish ideas independently of existing notions of quality and authority • Quality assurance after publication instead before publication Part 1
  • 8. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 8 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II 12.10.2013 Source: Procter, R., Williams, R. & Stewart, J. (2010) Use of Social Media Tools among researchers / 1 Scientific blogs: Empirical findings Part 1
  • 9. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 9 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II 12.10.2013 Source: Procter, R., Williams, R. & Stewart, J. (2010) Frequent Blogger by discipline Scientific blogs: Empirical findings Part 1
  • 10. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 10 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II 12.10.2013 Blogging types differentiated according to 1. content: expertise, activity, identification 2. verbosity: level of detail, personalisation, interaction • Presence • Knowledge base • Expose or Notebook • Visit Card • Communication Platform or Coffeehouse • Personal Journal Blogging patterns (Bukvova/Kalb/Schoop 2010, Bukvova 2011) Scientific blogs: Empirical findings Part 1
  • 11. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 11 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II 12.10.2013 Blogging patterns (Bukvova/Kalb/Schoop 2010) Source: Bukvova/Kalb/Schoop 2010, chapter 3 Scientific blogs: Empirical findings Part 1
  • 12. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 12 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II 12.10.2013 Scientific blogs: Empirical findings Motives (cf. #sooc13 Blogparade 2013) • Familiarize with a new social media tool • Capture and formulate own toughts  knowledge resource • Publish current opinions / perspectives • Interact with the scientific community and receive feedback • Represent the own scientific status • Provide insights into the world of science Part 1
  • 13. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 13 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II 12.10.2013 Scientific blogs: Empirical findings Concerns and potential problems (cf. Zhu & Procter 2012) • Fear of ideas being stolen / plagiarism • Misusage of online-content for commercial purposes • Ethical issues of what can be discussed in public • Lack of authorization and expertise • Lack of knowledge how to start • Time investment • Fear of failing to build a blog audience Part 1
  • 14. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 14 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II 12.10.2013 … advertise thoughts and scientific opinions … creating awareness within the community … foster creativity and train writing skills … promote science in public spheres To blog or not to blog? Pro’s and Con’s … include a high time investment … currently don’t play a notable role in the scientific dissemination routes … need cross-plattform promotion to gain a greater scope Part 1 + -
  • 15. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 15 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Content Part 1: Blogs from a theoretical and empirical perspective • Science and blogs – a perfect match?! • Blogs as useful research tools • Scientific Blogging: Empirical findings • To blog or not to blog? Part 2: Blogs from a practical perspective • Blogging Scientists • Blogging for Beginners (and Professionals) 10/12/2013
  • 16. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 16 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Blogging Scientists Prof. Dr. Peter Baumgartner, Head of Department of Interactive Media and Educational Technologies, Competence Centre for e- Education in Danube University Krems • information management: personal management as well as education relevant management • self presentation • feedback and comments (cf. #sooc13 Blogparade 2013) 12.10.2013 Part 2 http://peter.baumgartner.name/ since 2006 1
  • 17. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 17 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Blogging Scientists Dipl.-Ing. Dr. techn. Martin Ebner ZID, Networked Learning, Graz University of Technology • curiosity for new technologies and social web • personal information management • transfer of discussions into social networks (e.g. google+) (cf. #sooc13 Blogparade 2013) 12.10.2013 http://elearningblog.tugraz.at since 2006 2 Part 2
  • 18. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 18 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Blogging Scientists Code Literacy Scientists from Hans Bredow Institute, Hamburg (Jan-Hinrik Schmidt, Katharina Johnsen, Nele Heise, Sebastian Deterding und Stephan Dreyer) • documentation of the workshop „Code as Control“ at re:publica13 • guest blog posts referring to the issue of code literacy 12.10.2013 since 2013 3 http://codeascontrol.wordpress.com/ Part 2
  • 19. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 19 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Blogging Scientists Monika E. König a.o. Instructor for Social & eLearning, University of Applied Sciences, Frankfurt am Main • look behind the scenes • being recognized as human • personal information management • discussion and reflection of own thoughts (cf. #sooc13 Blogparade 2013) 12.10.2013 (at least) since 2010 http://lernspielwiese.com4 Part 2
  • 20. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 20 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Blogging Scientists Niels Seidel Research Assistent, Media Center, TU Dresden • release of felt borders and problems of the scientific enginery (peer review, manifestation of conference proceedings, transparence, deadlines, writing directives) • media richness • target audience simplifies writing • information management • research diary (cf. #sooc13 Blogparade 2013) 12.10.2013 (active ) since 2011 http://www.nise81.com/5 Part 2
  • 21. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 21 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Blogging Scientists Christian Kummer PHD and Research Assistant, Faculty of Economics, Chair of Information Management, TU Dresden. • first: free access to own research for everyone • now: self-reflection and discussion about own and other’s research (cf. #sooc13 Blogparade 2013) 12.10.2013 since 2013 http://ckummer.wordpress.com/about/6 Part 2
  • 22. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 22 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Blogging for Beginners (and Professionals) ① Blogs are just one aspect of social media. Would a wiki or a Facebook page also fulfill my needs? Why do I want to blog? Who is my target audience? What am I going to tell? How am I going to set up a blog? Is there anything else? 12.10.2013 Part 2
  • 23. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 23 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Blogging for Beginners (and Professionals) Why do I want to blog? Who is my target audience? What am I going to tell? How am I going to set up a blog? Is there anything else? 12.10.2013 http://socialnetworkingforscientists.wikispaces.com/ Part 2
  • 24. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 24 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Blogging for Beginners (and Professionals) ① Blogs are just one aspect of social media. Would a wiki or a Facebook page also fulfill my needs? • interests/needs? • free time? Why do I want to blog? Who is my audience? What am I going to blog about? How am I going to set up a blog? Is there anything else? 12.10.2013 Part 2
  • 25. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 25 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Blogging for Beginners (and Professionals) ② Reasons for Scientific Blogging • Share your passion for science • Increase communication between scientists and public • get more people interested in science • analyze papers and get feedback on analysis/thoughts • Improve writing skills Why do I want to blog? Who is my audience? What am I going to blog about? How am I going to set up a blog? Is there anything else? 12.10.2013 Part 2 Bethany BrookshireBrown, Daniel D.Damian Carrington
  • 26. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 26 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Blogging for Beginners (and Professionals) ① Other scientists in your field ② Other scientists in other fields ③ Non-Scientists ④ Younger people Why do I want to blog? Who is my audience? What am I going to blog about? How am I going to set up a blog? Is there anything else? 12.10.2013 Part 2 Bethany Brookshire Matt ShipmanDamian Carrington
  • 27. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 27 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Blogging for Beginners (and Professionals) ① Passion & Knowledge ② Focus • My own science/research? • Issues facing scientists? • Making science issues easy to understand? • Discussing ideas, ethics, major advances in your field? • … Why do I want to blog? Who is my audience? What am I going to blog about? How am I going to set up a blog? Is there anything else? 12.10.2013 Part 2 Bethany Brookshire Matt ShipmanDamian Carrington
  • 28. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 28 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Blogging for Beginners (and Professionals) ① Hosted Blog Platform ② Stand alone Blog Platform Why do I want to blog? Who is my audience? What am I going to blog about? How am I going to set up a blog? Is there anything else? 12.10.2013 Part 2 Damian Carrington Darran Rowse
  • 29. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 29 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Blogging for Beginners (and Professionals) Why do I want to blog? Who is my audience? What am I going to blog about? How am I going to set up a blog? Is there anything else? 12.10.2013 ① Hosted Blog Platform “etzrodt.wordpress.com” + Cheap or free + Easy to set up + Simple to run + Updated Automatically + Indexed in Search Engines quickly Part 2 Damian Carrington Darran Rowse
  • 30. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 30 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Blogging for Beginners (and Professionals) Why do I want to blog? Who is my audience? What am I going to blog about? How am I going to set up a blog? Is there anything else? 12.10.2013 ① Hosted Blog Platform  Less Configurable  Default Design Limitations  Less Control  Generic URL Indexed in Search Engines quickly  Upgrade to Standalone may be tricky Part 2 Damian Carrington Darran Rowse
  • 31. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 31 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Blogging for Beginners (and Professionals) Why do I want to blog? Who is my audience? What am I going to blog about? How am I going to set up a blog? Is there anything else? 12.10.2013 ② Hosted Blog Platform  blogger.com  WordPress.com  typepad.com  MSN Spaces Part 2 Damian Carrington Darran Rowse
  • 32. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 32 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Blogging for Beginners (and Professionals) Why do I want to blog? Who is my audience? What am I going to blog about? How am I going to set up a blog? Is there anything else? 12.10.2013 ② Stand alone Blog Platforms „www.etzrodt.eu” + Full Control of Design + Adaptability + URL  Complicated Set Up  Updating  Costs  Hosting Issues Part 2 Damian Carrington Darran Rowse
  • 33. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 33 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Blogging for Beginners (and Professionals) Why do I want to blog? Who is my audience? What am I going to blog about? How am I going to set up a blog? Is there anything else? 12.10.2013 ② Stand alone Blog Platforms  Domain Name  (Managed) Server  e.g. from hosteurope.com  CMS: Blog Software  WordPress.org  Movable Type Part 2
  • 34. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 34 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Things To Consider First ① Frequency ② Layout ③ Copyright/CC ④ Legal Info (german Impressum) 12.10.2013 Why do I want to blog? Who is my audience? What am I going to blog about? How am I going to set up a blog? Is there anything else? Part 2
  • 35. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 35 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Blogging for Beginners (and Professionals) ① Frequency Every Day 5 times a month • What does your audience want? • Don’t over-do it • Take your time for writing 12.10.2013 Why do I want to blog? Who is my audience? What am I going to blog about? How am I going to set up a blog? Is there anything else? Part 2 Damian Carrington Emily Warn
  • 36. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 36 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Blogging for Beginners (and Professionals) ② Layout  What’s the ideal length of a blog post? 250 800 words words Engage your reader! 12.10.2013 Why do I want to blog? Who is my audience? What am I going to blog about? How am I going to set up a blog? Is there anything else? Part 2 Damian Carrington Emily Warn
  • 37. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 37 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Blogging for Beginners (and Professionals) ② Layout  How can I engage the reader into the whole content?  catch the attention by the end of the first paragraph  mix of visuals, text and media  format for online readability  be unique and personal 12.10.2013 Why do I want to blog? Who is my audience? What am I going to blog about? How am I going to set up a blog? Is there anything else? Part 2 Damian Carrington Emily Warn Matt Shipman
  • 38. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 38 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II ② Layout  How can I engage the reader into the whole content? “This can be uncomfortable for academics and professional journalists, who spend their careers sheltered by the use of the third person (I remember struggling to begin sentences with "I" when I started blogging). But persevere, you will quickly adapt and find it liberating. If you don't, then what you are writing isn't a blog, it's an article.” Damian Carrington Blogging for Beginners (and Professionals) 12.10.2013 Why do I want to blog? Who is my audience? What am I going to blog about? How am I going to set up a blog? Is there anything else? Part 2
  • 39. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 39 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Blogging for Beginners (and Professionals) ② Layout  How can I engage the reader into the whole content?  catch the attention by the end of the first paragraph  mix of visuals, text and media  format for online readability  be unique and personal Recommendation: Emily Warn 12.10.2013 Why do I want to blog? Who is my audience? What am I going to blog about? How am I going to set up a blog? Is there anything else? Part 2
  • 40. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 40 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Blogging for Beginners (and Professionals) ③ Copyright/CC Don’t copy any content unless you get the permission from the copyright holder! • ask directly (Mail, Chat etc.) • author used CC  flickr or google search advanced  http://www.pixelio.de/  100 sources for free pictures Use CC BY for your own work • the more restrictions you make, the less your content will be shared vs. protection of intellectual property 12.10.2013 Why do I want to blog? Who is my audience? What am I going to blog about? How am I going to set up a blog? Is there anything else? Part 2
  • 41. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 41 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Blogging for Beginners (and Professionals) ④ Legal Info (german: Impressum) §55 RStV Your Real Name E-Mail-Address Telephone Number (Klaus 2013) 12.10.2013 Why do I want to blog? Who is my audience? What am I going to blog about? How am I going to set up a blog? Is there anything else? Part 2
  • 42. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 42 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II 12.10.2013 http://scienceonline.com/scienceonline-together-save-the-date-for-2014/ http://scienceonline.com/scienceonline2013/ Blogging for Beginners (and Professionals) Part 2
  • 43. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 43 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Sources for pictures Chart 1: Blogpicture (2008), by Cortega9 (Own work), CC-BY-SA-3.0, via Wikimedia Commons [30.08.2013] Chart 13: Open Science (2011), by Greg Emmerich (Own work), CC-BY-SA-3.0, via flickr [26.09.2013] 12.10.2013 Credits
  • 44. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 44 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Research on Scientific Blogging Bukvova, Helena (2011). Taking new routes : Blogs, Web sites, and Scientific Publishing. In: ScieComInfo 7 (2011), Nr. 2, p. 1-6. Bukvova, Helena / Kalb, Hendrik & Schoop, Erich (2010).What we blog? A qualitative analysis of researchers' weblogs. In: Publishing in the Networked World: Transforming the Nature of Communication, 14th International Conference on Electronic Publishing, Helsinki: 16-18 June 2010. Cann, Alan / Dimitriou, Konstantia & Hooley, Tristam (2011): Social media: A guide for researchers. Research Information Network. Lorenz, Anja (2013): Hilfe, sie haben gebloggt! Rückschau auf die #sooc13 Blogparade. (SOOC13 Vorbereitungs-Blog zum Saxon Open Online Course) (03.06.2013) Procter, Rob / Williams, Robin & Stewart, James (2010): If you build it , will they come ? How researchers perceive and use web 2.0. A Research Information Network Report. Moran, Mike / Seaman, Jeff & Tinti-Kane, Hester (2012): How today’s higher education faculty use social media. Pearson Learning Solutions and Babson Survey Research Group. Zhu, Yimei & Procter, Rob (2012): Use of blogs, Twitter and Facebook by PhD Students for Scholarly Communication: A UK study. In: China New Media Communication Association Annual Conference, Macao International Conference. Macao: 6-8 December 2012. 12.10.2013 Credits
  • 45. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 45 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Scientific Bloggers about Blogging – Experiences and Tips Brown, Daniel D.(17/03/2009): Science Blogging: The Furture of Science Communication & Why You Should be a Part of it Brookshire, Bethany | Alias: Scicurious (06/12/2010): 8 Tips on Starting a Science Blog. In: Science of Blogging Janiszewski, Peter: Admin of Science of Blogging [12.10.2013] Shipman, Matt (25/10/2012): Writing: How Long Does This Need To Be? Shipman, Matt (05/11/2012): Communication 101. In: Scilogs Warn, Emily (01/05/2013): http://twopens.com/how-often-should-you-post/ The Wiki “Social Networking for Scientists” on Blogging 12.10.2013 Credits
  • 46. Rebecca Renatus & Katrin Etzrodt Folie Nr. 46 von 53 Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Prof. für Kommunikationswissenschaft II Blogging for Beginners (and Professionals) Carrington, Damian (30/09/2008): How to set up a science blog. In: SciDev.Net Klaus, Sebastian (08/02/2013): Impressumspflicht für private Websites und private Blogs Loomer, Jon (02/08/2012): 9 Secrets to Successful Blogging Rowse, Darren (14/02/2006): How to Blog: Blogging Tips for Beginners. In: problogger .net Rowse, Darren (15/02/2006): Choosing a Blog Platform. In: problogger .net techmedianetwork (2013): 2013 Best Blog Software Comparisons and Reviews [12.10.2013] Watson, Andrew (09/07/2007): Blog Platforms Head to Head: Six Apart & Automattic Compared. In: readwrite.com 12.10.2013 Credits

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