‘Blogging your research’ intensive

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Blogging is an excellent way to make your research more accessible, and to develop your reputation as a public scholar.

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Learning to blog effectively brings together many great benefits such as knowing how to write in an engaging manner for broader audiences, focused networking, participating in (and leading!) conversations around your areas of expertise, and clarity around your research purpose.

This intensive is comprised of 3 workshops across 3 days (from 1:00-3:00 pm each day). We take you through the basics of blogging and features hands-on blog writing, planning, and the chance to discuss your ideas with experts and peers.

The first workshop in the ‘Blogging your research’ program introduces participants to the idea of blogging, why researchers do it, and its key benefits. The session features activities that allow you to think through your blogging ideas and craft a blogpost!

The second workshop focuses on what it means to manage a blog. It will help answer questions about how much time it takes, ways to maintain a stream of good content, and provide strategies for dealing with problems (such as trolling, people ‘stealing’ ideas, etc). You’ll get the chance to create a blogging strategy, too!

The final workshop in the intensive looks at what happens after you have started a blog and want to share your content more widely. What are the strategies you can use to do this effectively? You’ll be helping us finalise and publish a blogpost in this session!

About the presenters

The ‘Blogging your research’ program is presented by two experienced academic bloggers.

Dr James Burford founded and manages the Conference Inference blog, which focuses on the world of scholarly conferences. He runs the blog with his colleague Emily Henderson (University of Warwick, UK).

Dr Tseen Khoo founded and manages the Research Whisperer blog, which features posts about research cultures, funding and grants, and life as an academic. She runs the blog with her colleague Jonthan O’Donnell (RMIT University).

Jamie and Tseen are the co-managers of the RED Alert blog.

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Researchers from any career stage who are interested in blogging. You do not have to have any blogging experience.

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