My main priority in my online content has always been to present aprofessional, enthusiastic identity with a strong connection toFrance, the French and Warwick.
Four steps to improving your online presenceDo youhave anonlinepresence?Do youknowwhere it iscomingfrom?Have youGoogledyourselfrecently?Have youchecked allyour onlineprofiles areup to date?Fantastic!YoumonitorandmaintainyouronlinepresenceStartassessingyour onlinepresenceand decidewhat youwantAre yousure?You andeveryoneyou knowcannot havebeenonline, ever!Look atyourprofilesandonlineidentitiesCommunicateand connect:Blog, tweetandcommentShareyouroutputsYES YES YESNOWhatmore canI do?Step 1:Search foryourself & checkyour impactStep 2:Keep all profilesup to dateStep 3:Self archive andshare what youcanStep 4:Connect &interact onlineNONOYESadapted from http://openuct.uct.ac.za/article/academics-online-presence-guidelines
Steps to taking control• Analyse and assess your existing digitalpresence• Decide what is right for you• Share your outputs accordingly• Communicate and interact appropriately
Where to go?• Institutional and personal profile sitesAbout.me ; Google+• Professional networksAcademia.edu ; Mendeley.com• Blogs and microblogsBlogger.com; wordpress.com; twitter.com;• Video and photo sharing sitesYoutube.com; vimeo.com; flickr.com
Resources:• Academics’ online presence• My brand• Manging your digital footprint• For researchers• Blog post just in