Today’s session was the second in our series The Researcher Online, looking at ways in which researchers can use digital and social media to enhance their professional practice. Building Your Online Network looked at using digital tools to enhance networking – a more interactive approach than creating a profile online (covered in the previous session).
For those who attended, and are interested in joining DH23Things as a way to explore to tools and issues in more practical depth, scroll down to the bottom of this blog to find the beginning of the programme, or jump to the post for Thing One here. You can also find out more about how the programme works by viewing the presentations from the launch event, again at the start of the blog or look at the sections above, especially on how to join and FAQ.
For those who couldn’t attend, as the session was fully booked, the slides are available on Slideshare:
and the accompanying handout on Scribd:
Throughout the session, we used the Twitter hashtag #RONetwork – search for it on Twitter and contribute to keep the debate going!