Being Resourced: The Role of Social Media

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Contribution to a training session by Information Services, University of Nottingham for PhD students in Engineering, Medicine and Science. 6th February 2013.

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Being Resourced: The Role of Social Media

  1. 1. WHYWHAT Andy Coverdale ______________________________________ Being Resourced The Role of Social MediaWHERE 6 Feb 2013WHENHOW
  2. 2. WHYWHAT Increasing use of social media ______________________________________ Open research / scholarshipWHERE Research impact / outreach - engaging with wider (non) academic audiences Institutional adoptionWHENHOW
  3. 3. WHYWHAT Content - not just publications! ______________________________________ • Summaries of publications • Latest newsWHERE • Events and conferences • Call for papers • Funding / job opportunities • Shared practices and experiencesWHEN • Research skills / methodsHOW
  4. 4. WHYWHAT RSS Readers SOURCING, MANAGING & NETWORKING SHARING RESOURCES Facebook Groups SocialWHERE Bookmarking Twitter BloggingWHEN Wikis COLLABORATIVE DISSEMINATION WORKINGHOW
  5. 5. WHYWHAT Shifts in resource strategies ______________________________________ Open and participatoryWHERE Preparatory and opportunistic ‘Squirreling’ - need for resource managementWHENHOW
  6. 6. WHYWHAT Key social media ______________________________________ • Twitter • Blogs and RSSWHERE • Social bookmarkingWHENHOW
  7. 7. WHYWHAT Key social media ______________________________________ • Twitter • Blogs and RSSWHERE • Social bookmarkingWHENHOW

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