welcome toDH23Things!      Dr Helen Webster Research Associate, Transferable Skills Digital Humanities Network, CRASSH
Why DH23Things?
Aims•   to support early career researchers in AHSS    in exploring the use and impact of digital    technologies in their...
The Format
The ContentModule One: Your Online Presence: Promoting,Networking and Communicating■Thing One: Alternative publishing and ...
How it works• We post a Thing on the blog each week• You explore it• You blog about it• You read and comment on others’  b...
A typical Thing• Brief introduction to the topic and tool• Instructions for using the tool (and extras)• A small task to c...
Reflective Framework• Key skills• Discipline-specific issues   • Digital Humanities• Evaluation• Integration into practice...
Programme support• The blog  comments• The email list• Using the Things• Anything else you  think of!
What you need to do       now• Register (now, or at the DH23Things blog)• Join the email list*• Follow the blog*• and late...
Blog:http://dh23things.wordpress.com/Email: ucam-23things@lists.cam.uk
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This presentation was given at the launch of the DH23Things Programme at Cambridge University. The programme aims to help early career researchers in Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences explore the use and impact of digital technologies in their work. Find out more at http://dh23things.wordpress.com/

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  • Who am I?!
  • DH23Things launch

    1. 1. welcome toDH23Things! Dr Helen Webster Research Associate, Transferable Skills Digital Humanities Network, CRASSH
    2. 2. Why DH23Things?
    3. 3. Aims• to support early career researchers in AHSS in exploring the use and impact of digital technologies in their work• to develop a reflective, strategic approach to engaging with digital technologies• to model digital ‘values’ - digital, networked, open (Weller 2011).
    4. 4. The Format
    5. 5. The ContentModule One: Your Online Presence: Promoting,Networking and Communicating■Thing One: Alternative publishing and Blogging (wordpress, blogger, blogspotetc., Technorati)■Thing Two: Your online identity (SEO, Google Profile, Gravatar, Flavours.me,About.me, Namechk etc)■Thing Three: Bibliometrics (ResearcherID, ORCID, Google Scholar Citations)■Thing Four: Building a network (Twitter, Tweetdeck, Hootsuite, Listorious,Paper.li)■Thing Five: Building a network II (LinkedIn, Academia.edu)■Thing Six: Communicating online (Google Hangouts, Flashmeeting, Lanyrd)■Debrief
    6. 6. How it works• We post a Thing on the blog each week• You explore it• You blog about it• You read and comment on others’ blogs
    7. 7. A typical Thing• Brief introduction to the topic and tool• Instructions for using the tool (and extras)• A small task to complete• The reflective framework, tailored for the week with issues and questions• Further reading
    8. 8. Reflective Framework• Key skills• Discipline-specific issues • Digital Humanities• Evaluation• Integration into practice (adapted from Secker and Coonan 2011, A New Curriculum For Information Literacy)
    9. 9. Programme support• The blog comments• The email list• Using the Things• Anything else you think of!
    10. 10. What you need to do now• Register (now, or at the DH23Things blog)• Join the email list*• Follow the blog*• and later today.... we’ll post Thing One to help you set up your blog and get started!
    11. 11. Blog:http://dh23things.wordpress.com/Email: ucam-23things@lists.cam.uk

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