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Making Your Mark: Academia, Social Media, & Employability

The Digital Academic, Warwick University, 23 March 2015
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Nadine Muller

on 19 October 2016

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Transcript of Making Your Mark: Academia, Social Media, & Employability

The New Academic
Social Media for PhD Researchers

Overview
What we will do ...

Bringing Your Skills to Life
Teaching
Writing

Showcase writing skills
Demonstrate ability to write for variety of audiences
Prove communication skills
Showcase teaching materials
Show innovative teaching methods
Show ability to engage students
Showcase teaching experience
Awareness of current issues in higher education
Impact & Engagement

Showcase impact and engagement with non-academic audiences
Networks & Recognition
Highlight engagement with others in your field
Demonstrate esteem by other researchers
Show membership of formal professional groups
Showcase collaborative work ethic
Research
Showcase publications and ideas
Demonstrate relevance of your research
Digital Networks: Showcasing Your Skills
Social media can allow you to . . .
make valuable connections
enable people to see your work first-hand
establish your voice in your discipline
Digital Impact
Doing Things & Making a Difference
Contribute to and shape discussions in your discipline
Measure readership numbers
Record impact of your research
Contribute to and shape discussions in higher education
Make contact with new audiences and collaborators
Digital Issues
Some Common Concerns
Plagiarism
Image & Privacy
Procrastination
Strategic Workload
Management
Training
Copyright
The Verdict:
Social Media & Your Career
Hiring Committees
Strategy
Make social media work for you.
Create Opportunities
My Blog
Questions & Discussion
Social Networking
Questions & Discussion
Twitter
Name
Social Media
Question
What we won't do ...
Social Media & Your Career
Overview of Platforms
How can social media work for you?
Social Media & Your Career
Senior Lecturer in English Literature & Cultural History
http://www.nadinemuller.org.uk
n.muller@ljmu.ac.uk
@Nadine_Muller
Dr Nadine Muller
What would you blog about?
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