View Thread

A conversation on social media for doctoral researchers

  • 1.  A conversation on social media for doctoral researchers

    Posted 16 days ago
      |   view attached

    Is social media a help or a hindrance for doctoral researchers in our field? Is it a tool for procrastination or way to connect with key people in SIM and ONE? How do (or should) PhD students use social media and what are their experiences and strategies in using social media in our field?

    To discuss these questions are more, please join us for the next in our Thinklist series of webinars on Difficult Conversations in a Digital Space, which will take place on 29 Apr 2021, 3.00pm - 4.30pm BST (GMT +01:00).

    https://www.bath.ac.uk/events/a-conversation-on-social-media-for-doctoral-researchers/

    Featuring a panel discussion with some highly active and experienced SIM/ONE doctoral researchers on social media and breakouts to discuss all the pros and cons, share some experiences, and meet your fellow PhD community. This will be a conversation with doctoral students, for doctoral students. We'll find out what doctoral researchers talk about and why, and what effects social media has on their professional role and identity.

    Panelists: 

    • Laya Behbahani, Simon Fraser University, Canada<o:p></o:p>
    • Truzaar Dordi, University of Waterloo, Canada<o:p></o:p>
    • Onna Malou van den Broek, Kings College London, UK<o:p></o:p>
    • Asma Naimi, ESADE Ramon Llull University, Spain


    If you want to learn more about using social media or you've got something you want to contribute, please join us for what promises to be a fascinating conversation. No need to register, just come along on the day!

    Here's the Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88356725683



    ------------------------------
    Andrew Crane
    University of Bath
    Bath, United Kingdom
    ------------------------------