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Social Media for Researchers

by Tahira Majothi on July 11, 2012

We’re back online, yay! Did you miss us? To celebrate the return of our Postgraduate Careers Blog, I would like to draw your attention to two really useful resources for researchers around the theme of digital literacy.

The first is the June 2012 release of findings from a joint study by the British Library and JISC. This focuses on the ‘information-seeking and research behaviour’ of Generation Y doctoral students. I was alerted to this resource by Cristina Costa or @cristinacost on Twitter. Cristina is our Learning and Research Technologies Manager.

Researchers of Tomorrow

This Prezi presentation ‘Social Media for Researchers’ is by Dr Emma Gillaspy, Vitae NorthWest Hub Manager. Follow on Twitter @vitaenwhub.

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