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Blogging in academia social media and the connected researcher

http://go.bath.ac.uk/bathcr

#bathcr

Blogging in AcademiaSocial Media and the Connected Researcher

Jez Cope (ICT Chemistry)

Geraldine Jones (e-learning H&SS)


Blogging in academia
Blogging in Academia

Part 1 - Panel Session – Individual academics and PGRs discuss their experiences of blogging as part of their academic work. (13:00 – 13:45)

Coffee and Tea

Part 2 - Workshop – Hands on Wordpress Blogging tool (14:00-15:00 3E3.1)


Panellists
Panellists

Dr. Declan Fleming – RSC Teacher Fellow (Chemistry)

Dr. Tony James – Senior Lecturer (Chemistry)

James Doodson – PhD student (Psychology)

Prof. Bill Scott – Honorary Professor (Education)



Next event july
Next Event ….July

Social Citation and Bookmarking

Seminar - Hear from expert users

Workshop – Gain hands on experience


  • Provide a programme of workshops and online materials which demonstrate the uses, benefits and risks of social media in support of research activity.

  • 2. Establish a focus for a community of interest in social media for promoting research and networking.

  • 3. Build local capacity by facilitating and disseminating examples of social media use from the local PGR community.


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