By Mark Carrigan and Ana Canhoto What training should PhD students receive during their doctorate? It’s increasingly recognised by funding… Read more Equipping PhD researchers for social media success
By Mark Carrigan This was originally published on the LSE Impact Blog To type the word ‘scholar’ into Google Image… Read more From hermits to celebrities – How social media is reshaping academic hierarchies and what we can do about it
These slides are from a workshop which Mark Carrigan ran with Sara Baker at the Faculty of Education in July… Read more Publishing in an age of social media
By Mark Carrigan In the last year, I’ve become increasingly preoccupied by why we shouldn’t take social media metrics too… Read more Why we shouldn’t take social media metrics too seriously
By Tyler Shores Over the past few weeks Mark Carrigan and I have been running a series of sessions on social… Read more Social media habits and routines
By Mark Carrigan Social media is increasingly presented as a way to engage with audiences outside the academy and generate… Read more How do I plan an engagement strategy which uses social media?
By Mark Carrigan ‘Networking’ is a horrible term. I’m sure I’m not the only person who hates it. It nonetheless refers… Read more How do I use social media for networking?