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Social media for researchers

For a conference workshop May 2012
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Emma Gillaspy

on 14 April 2013

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48 hours of video are uploaded every minute
Nearly 8 years of content uploaded every day
Over 3 billion videos are viewed a day Information overload? You Tube Blogs 70 million WordPress
39 million Tumblr Twitter On a busy day, twitter sees about 175 million tweets 'dismayed … by the immensity of the task.' Dr Emma Gillaspy
Vitae NW Hub Manager @vitaenwhub
www.vitae.ac.uk/nwhub 1 Important messages will come around again RSS WE CAN ALL
create, publish, broadcast, connect, share, search Social media
for researchers Building a useful network takes time Find out what your current links are interested in to expand your network Many-2-many networks are a more manageable way to keep in touch with a wide range of people/organisations A useful network will increase your capacity to have meaningful interactions Reciprocity - a state or relationship in which there is mutual action, influence, giving and taking, correspondence, etc., between two parties or things OED Profile:
Twitter
Facebook
LinkedIn
Slideshare
Blog
Website
University Flickr ID: mararie Flickr ID: gsagostinho Flickr ID: tkksummers Flickr ID: Ian W Scott Flickr ID: catspyjamasnz Flickr ID: Building Unity 1000 Families Flickr ID: afsilva Discover Connect Collaborate Profile What does your current network look like?
How would you like to see it grow? Your network You Supervisor Other researchers in your department Librarians Skills trainers Other researchers in your institution People you’ve met at conferences Friends and family People on the same email lists as you People whose work you have read Your research group Head of school Advisor Connect:
Twitter (#phdchat)
Facebook
LinkedIn
JiscMail
Academia.edu
Graduate junction Collaborate:
Skype
Dropbox
Box
Drive (GoogleDocs)
Prezi
Spiderscribe
PBWorks
Mendeley
CiteULike
Delicious
Diigo Discover
iGoogle
Netvibes
Google reader
FeedDemon
Feedly
Pulse Academic applications:
Writing a paper
Developing a joint presentation
Grant proposals
Online meetings
Sharing papers with your research group
Finding others in the same research field
Disseminating your work Flickr ID: konszvi How do you find information at the moment?
Work
Leisure
Online
Face to face Flickr ID: KimCarpenter NJ Flickr ID: catspyjamasnz Flickr ID: Peter Nijenhuis Flickr ID: skipnclick Flickr ID: stupidmommy Flickr ID: mushman1970 Flickr ID: jaqian Flickr ID: Anton Peck Flickr ID: geckoam Social media revolution (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPYrbSUqr2k)
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