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Social Media for Reseachers #sotondiglit
Social Media for Reseachers #sotondiglit
Social Media for Reseachers #sotondiglit
Social Media for Reseachers #sotondiglit
Social Media for Reseachers #sotondiglit
Social Media for Reseachers #sotondiglit
Social Media for Reseachers #sotondiglit
Social Media for Reseachers #sotondiglit
Social Media for Reseachers #sotondiglit
Social Media for Reseachers #sotondiglit
Social Media for Reseachers #sotondiglit
Social Media for Reseachers #sotondiglit
Social Media for Reseachers #sotondiglit
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Social Media for Reseachers #sotondiglit

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Quick fire presentation presented at the Digital Literacies conference at the University of Southampton, 14th June 2012. Idea for a workshop to be held on the 4th July. …

Quick fire presentation presented at the Digital Literacies conference at the University of Southampton, 14th June 2012. Idea for a workshop to be held on the 4th July. http://www.diglit.soton.ac.uk/events/social-media-for-researchers/

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  • 1. NOTES:Given as part of the Digital Literacies conference at the University of Southampton,14th June 2012.Event details here:http://www.diglit.soton.ac.uk/conference/programme/presentations/This presentation outlines themes that I would like to explore as part of a workshopon the 4th July 2012.The idea of the workshop is to spend an afternoon recording interviews withresearchers about their uses of social media, and to brainstorm a variety of themes,creating resources on a wiki for use throughout (and outside of) the University.Open to all interested parties. Workshop details, and free tickets, here:http://www.diglit.soton.ac.uk/events/social-media-for-researchers/ 1
  • 2. First theme for consideration: the definition of social media.Its more than just using twitter and having a blog.Considering things like reach, decentralised nature, immediacy, permanence, etc. 2
  • 3. Second theme: exploring private and public spaces. i.e. Institutional level socialmedia, personal social media, worldwide social media.Considering also differing options for disclosure. 3
  • 4. Theme 3: Personal brand managementLittle joke here: Ji Lee’s Google Me business cards.But also brand management for your research project, your department, yourdiscipline, your institution, etc. 4
  • 5. Theme 4: The wheel of researchKnowledge identification, creation, affirmation, dissemination.Social media can contribute at ALL points of the lifecycle of research.Its not just restricted to dissemination. 5
  • 6. Theme 5: Management of research.Using social bookmarking, citation, project management, etc. 6
  • 7. Theme 6: Conversations!Specialised support networks. Corridor/coffee break conversations. Managingdifferent groups. Bringing past and present contacts/networks together. Maintainingconnections, re-connecting.Crowdsourcing. 7
  • 8. Theme 7: Reusing research.Storage, archiving, sharing.How to recycle data, and resource discovery.Publishing negative data that someone else might use. 8
  • 9. Theme 8: Making connections between unanticipated things. 9
  • 10. Theme 9: New forms of publishing.Being involved in all forms of publishing. Including quick dissemination such asPaper.li, micro-blogging, blogging, aggregating, curating.Also publishing negative data for use by someone else. E.g. Figshare giving DOI to alldata. 10
  • 11. Issues to consider:IP and copyright. 11
  • 12. Consideration:Social media can contribute to filtering information and managing time, rather thanbeing the thing that causes these problems. 12
  • 13. The workshop on the 4th July, ‘Managing your online social media profile as aresearcher’, is advertised on the Digital Literacies website, and I will add moreinformation about it on my own blog(http://theculturalheritageweb.wordpress.com/) over the next couple of weeks.Please do join the event if you can come along. 13

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