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Friday, 26 October 2012

Using Twitter as a Postgraduate Researcher

I was invited to give a talk on how academic researchers can use Twitter (and social media generally) as part of the University of Birmingham Graduate School 'Think Graduate School Fridays' talks series. Below is my contribution. The talk seemed to be well received and I had some great questions to answer, from which I learnt that there are now a lot of pictures of kittens stored in the Library of Congress (which is archiving 50 million tweets a day).

If you are on Twitter you can join in the conversation using #tgsfridays.

If you're wondering about the cute animal in the middle, you'll have to come when I present the talk again when all will be revealed.

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