No Things this week, just time to catch up.
Bibliometrics is a well-established approach for studying one type of research output: the academic publication, and especially, the journal article. Most bibliometric work is quantitative in nature. Continue reading
In the last few Things, we looked at alternative ways of sharing your research. In order to give your research proper academic credibility, it is important to provide readers with links to peer-reviewed, published articles. However, this presents the reader with a problem: Access. Continue reading
Videos and podcasts are a growing part of sharing information, and sharing research through presentations. In Thing 12 we looked at some of the tools for making and sharing media. Now we’re going to look at applying those tools to research. We’ll explore some new tools for creating presentations, and you’ll take a look at sites like Slideshare that let you share your research and presentations online.
This is a new ‘thing’ for us, representing the data-driven direction in which many of our outputs are taking. We’ll explore some simple tools for visualization of information. Continue reading
You will NOT need to make or upload a podcast or video to complete this thing, but this post should give you some idea of the tools available to do so. Please take some time to explore these tools and think about how they might be useful to you. If you’re feeling brave, we do encourage you to try them out – even if it’s only for a brief screen capture or a video to introduce yourself. Continue reading
Social media and digital tools are great for both finding and sharing images online. The images that you find and share can have multiple uses, including use in, or for, your research.
Have you ever wondered where you can find a great image to give your research presentation or blog post the edge? Or wanted to share an image of yourself doing something amazing in the course of your research? Images are an excellent medium for communicating your research online, amongst peers, or with the public.