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The value of social media for researchers in establishing their online profile and pursuing their research as a reflective practice and and interactive engagement in the world

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Social media and the researcher

  1. 1. Social media and the researcher Emma Myers-Richards and Allan Parsons 25 February 2014
  2. 2. Source: Minocha, S. & Petre, M., 2012. Handbook of social media for researchers and supervisors: digital technologies for research dialogues, Cambridge, CRAC. Available at: http://www.vitae.ac.uk/CMS/files/upload/ Accessed on 22 October 2012.
  3. 3. Communication Curation Google hangouts Skype Mendeley Google Sites WordPress Scoop It! Diigo Networking Profile Academia.edu ResearchGate LinkedIn Mendeley LinkedIn Mendeley Academia.edu ResearchGate Dissemination Sourcing Reflection WordPress Blogger Collecting RSS feeds Zetoc Scoop It! Hootsuite TweetDeck Twitter Blogger WordPress Slideshare Prezi
  4. 4. Select Interconnect
  5. 5. Institutional Identity Blogger WordPress Academia.edu Scoop It! Google Sites (Wiki) Diigo Mendeley ResearchGate LinkedIn Twitter
  6. 6. Knowledge and intellectual abilities Personal effectiveness Engagement, influence and impact Research governance and organisation
  7. 7. Select bibliography Fuchs, C., 2014. Social media: a critical introduction, London: SAGE. Davis, C.H.F. et al., 2012. Social media in higher education: a literature review and research directions, Available at: https://www.academia.edu/1220569/Social_Media_in_Higher_Education_A_ Literature_Review_and_Research_Directions Accessed on 19 January 2014. Guy, R., 2012. The Use of social media for academic practice: a review of literature. Kentucky Journal of Higher Education Policy and Practice, 1 (2). Available at: http://uknowledge.uky.edu/kjhepp/vol1/iss2/7 Accessed on 19 January 2014. Minocha, S. & Petre, M., 2012. Handbook of social media for researchers and supervisors: digital technologies for research dialogues, Cambridge, CRAC. Available at: http://www.vitae.ac.uk/CMS/files/upload/ Accessed on 22 October 2012. Research Information Network, 2011. Social media: A guide for researchers, London: Research Information Network.
  8. 8. Rowlands, I. et al., 2011. Social media use in the research workflow. Learned Publishing, 24 (3), pp.183–195. Available at: http://openurl.ingenta.com/content/xref?genre=article&issn=09531513&volume=24&issue=3&spage=183 Accessed March 20, 2012. Vitae, 2010. Researcher development framework, Cambridge. Available at: http://www.vitae.ac.uk/CMS/files/upload/Vitae-Researcher-DevelopmentFramework.pdf. Accessed on 22 October 2012 Resources Parsons, A. 2011. Giving out to receive in return. Poiesis and Prolepsis {blog]. Available at http://prolepsis-ap.blogspot.co.uk/2011/11/giving-out-toreceive-in-return.html Accessed on 19 February 2014. Spatial Agency http://www.spatialagency.net/ Accessed on 19 January 2014 The Internet and Higher Education. Special issue: Social Media in Higher Education, vol. 15, no.1. http://www.science direct.com/science/journal/10967516/15/1

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