WFRN Social Media Workshop

For participants in my Scholar 2.0 Workshop at the Work Family Research Network Conference (July 16)

Why Social Media?

WFRN logo.png5 Reasons Why Management Scholars Should Be Reading Blogs by CV Harquail

10 Common Objections to Using Social Media Marshall Kirkpatrick, ReadWriteWeb

Introducing Your Esteemed Colleagues to New Techniques: 7 Tips from The Politics of Design by CV Harquail

Five minutes with Patrick Dunleavy and Chris Gilson: “Blogging is quite simply, one of the most important things that an academic should be doing right now”. on the London School of Economics Impact of Social Sciences blog

Posts on the Relevance of Blogs & Blogging to Scholars, curated by CV Harquail

“Social” Means “Voice”, by CV Harquail


Finding, Reading, and Commenting on Scholarly Blogs by Sandy Piderit


LinkedIn: Basic Strategies by Des Walsh

10 Things You Can (And Should) Do On LinkedIn by Katy Ryan Schamberger

6 Tips For Giving Your LinkedIn Profile A Facelift

12 Steps to Transform a LinkedIn Profile Into an Always-on Networking Hub

Beating the Clock: 5 Time Management Strategies for LinkedIn Michael Phelps

HOW TO: Build Your Personal Brand on LinkedIn by Dan Schwabel


Using Twitter in university research, teaching and impact activites: A guide for academics and researchers, A. Mollett, D. Moran, P. Dunleavy

Three Keys to Being a Subject Matter Expert on Twitter by Mark Faggiano

Be Your Own Hashtag, by CV Harquail

Tweet Yourself Like the Person You Want to Be, by CV Harquail

Do’s and Don’ts for Your Work’s Social Platforms by Andrew McAfee

10 Great 140 Character Gifts Susan by Mazza Back to Basics: A Writer’s 101 Guide to Blogging

Support, engagement, visibility and personalised news: Twitter has a lot to offer academics if we look past its image problem by Mark Carrigan

9 Ways To Build A Twitter Community With Substanceby Amber Naslund

Quora: A social network built for learning from Instructional Design Fusion blog

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