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How To Leave Academia: Peer to Peer Postacademic Support

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Top 5 social media platforms for research development

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Social media outlets are becoming essential for academia, not just for the promotion of research but for research development as well. Andy Miah provides an overview of his top picks for the social...

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Helen Pallett's curator insight, October 8, 2013 9:23 AM

A perspective on how to use social media in your research

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Ethnographies of Science — Cultural Anthropology

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How do social categories get embedded in biomedical research? @culanth's Curated Collection on Science Ethnography: http://t.co/kPGbHXXycQ
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Social media for academia: some things I have learnt

Social media for academia: some things I have learnt | social sciences for sustainability | Scoop.it
As a final observation: I have learnt that the immediacy and range of digital publishing is a feature that no academic should discount. If you want your research findings and ideas to stay behind paywalls, accessed largely only by the relatively small number of academics in your field, and wait for months or even years for even these readers to be able to do so while your material proceeds through the publication process, then avoid using social and other digital forms of publishing. If you would like to see your findings and ideas instantly available to a wide range of readers, then using digital media is the way to go.

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Helen Pallett's curator insight, October 8, 2013 9:21 AM

Thoughts from another early career researcher

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New SAMS research shows marine food web dynamics guide ecosystem conservation and management

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New research from the Scottish Association of Marine Science has shown that marine ecosystems have to be taken as whole, individual systems. At the heart of (New SAMS research shows marine food web dynamics guide ecosystem ...
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