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Workshop Blogging & Twitter for academics Linda Duits

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Blogging and social media offer academics opportunities to help shape, develop and improve upon their research. This workshop focuses on themes like blog formats, the translation of science to a larger audience an how to deal with commenters.

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  • 1. Workshop Blogging & Twitter for academics Linda Duits
  • 2. OBJECTIVES
  • 3. Introduction Part I: Blogging Part II: Social media Part III: Engaging with difficult followers OUTLINE
  • 4. WEB 2.0
  • 5. HISTORY
  • 6. 1. Public intellectuals 2. Research logs 3. (Pseudonymous) blogs about academics TYPES OF ACADEMIC BLOGS
  • 7. Who should benefit from your research? How do you currently share your insights? Are you reaching the right people? To work!
  • 8. FORMATS
  • 9. ATTRECTIVE FORM
  • 10. CHOICE IN PLATFORM
  • 11. To work!
  • 12. TECHNICAL SIDE
  • 13. SOCIAL MEDIA
  • 14. WEB-BASED SERVICES THAT ALLOW INDIVIDUALS TO 1. construct a public or semi-public profile within a bounded system, 2. articulate a list of other users with whom they share a connection, and 3. view their list of connections and those made by others within the system. SOCIAL NETWORKS
  • 15. PRIVATE ONLINE
  • 16. PUBLIC
  • 17. TWITTER
  • 18. TWITTEREN/TWEETING TWEET TWITTERER (TWEEP) RETWEET FAVOURITE FOLLOWERS HASHTAG MENTIONS DMs LOCK TERMINOLOGY
  • 19. COMMUNITY
  • 20. SOFTWARE
  • 21. GOALS
  • 22. CONTENT
  • 23. Should you tweet like me? Discussion
  • 24. TO FOLLOW AND BE FOLLOWED
  • 25. SEARCHING
  • 26. POSSIBILITIES OTHER NETWORKS
  • 27. BEHAVOURIAL CODES
  • 28. COMMENTERS
  • 29. COMMENTERS
  • 30. EVALUATION
  • 31. Thank you for your participation! @lalalalinder lindaduits.nl dieponderzoek.nl