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RESOURCE DESCRIPTION:
This resource bank page relates to Social Media and is a source of reference when considering how to promote yourself and your research.

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PRESENTATION

Managing Your OnLine Digitial Presence
Women in Science
3 May 2017
Presentation by Sandy Sparks, Learning and Development Consultant, Research Active Staff, Learning and Development Centre,

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MOODLE
Digital Tools for Researchers 2017 - Moodle online course

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BOOKS / ARTICLES/GUIDES
Linked-in(PDF Document): A handy guide. This document by Dave Musson was presented at a Windows on Warwick Session in June 2016.

Linked on


A - Z of Social Media for Academics - An article by Andy Miah on 18 August 2016

 Social Media


Digital Identity Health Check for Academics(PDF Document) - A PIIRUS guide.

Digital Identity

 
Social Media Honeycomb Model - Website by Jan H. Keitzmann, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Honeycombe


Journal Article - Social Media? Get serious!(PDF Document) Understanding the functional building blocks of Social Media by Jan H. Kietzmann, Kristopher Hermkens, Ian P. McCarthy, Bruno S. Silvestre (2011)
 

Get Serious


Book - Social Media for Academics by Mark Carrigan (2016), Sage Publishers

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BLOGS/TOP TIPS
Mark Carrigan's website including a blog - Social Media for Academics

Impactstory Blog Impact Challenge Day 27: Track your scholarly social media and website impacts with Twitter, Sumall and Google Analytics.

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WARWICK RESOURCE
Website - Recording and Evaluating Impact


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