Friday, November 30, 2012

Early New Years Resolution?

There's lots of reasons why researchers and research students should blog about their work, and read other blogs: 
  • to learn about other people working in similar fields 
  • to gain a habit of reflection
  • to get used to writing about your work
  • to gain a public profile
  • to promote and disseminate your work

For more insights read the prize winning post by Suzi Gage on SciLogs: sifting the evidence.

To help you along the way to your first blog, or to maintaining your blogging habits, maybe the following will help:
You might also find these slides useful:

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