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Block G: Social Media and Networking

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S1 Social Media for Researchers - Wayne Barry & Claire Choong Tuesday 23rd January 2018 11am-12.30pm

Forms of different Social Media, such as academia.edu, Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter, Blogs, etc. will be explored and discussed as a way of disseminating your research output and as a way of keeping yourself updated on research area that might be central to your field of study


S2 Social Media for Researchers - Wayne Barry & Claire Choong Thursday 22nd March 2018 11am-12.30pm (REPEAT)

Forms of different Social Media, such as academia.edu, Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter, Blogs, etc. will be explored and discussed as a way of disseminating your research output and as a way of keeping yourself updated on research area that might be central to your field of study


S3 Conference Presentation and Networking - Dr Mark Bennister - Tuesday 9th January, 1.30-3pm

This session provides practical advice on how to successfully present and network at academic conferences. We will discuss the essentials of applying for national and international conferences, giving effective presentations, and an introduction to academic networking.



S4 Pitching Your Research (the 3 Minute Thesis) Dr Jennifer Hardes- Tuesday 3rd April, 9-10.30am

This session introduces students to the three minute thesis. The idea of a three minute thesis is to have an ‘elevator pitch’ that you can structure and refine to market your research. We discuss what makes a good three minute thesis also as part of a formal university-wide competition run by Vitae annually that students will be supported in entering.



S5 Pitching Your Research (the 3 Minute Thesis)- Dr Jennifer Hardes -Thursday 12th April, 11am-12.30pm (REPEAT)

This session introduces students to the three minute thesis. The idea of a three minute thesis is to have an ‘elevator pitch’ that you can structure and refine to market your research. We discuss what makes a good three minute thesis also as part of a formal university-wide competition run by Vitae annually that students will be supported in entering.






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