Visibility: building online scholarly presenceVarious presentations, documents and other material from the symposium
are now available
Friday, October 26, 2012
University Library Uithof, Heidelberglaan 3, Utrecht
- Where and why does a scientist need to be visible on the Internet?
- How can Open Access really contribute to better citation scores?
- What are the pros and cons of social media?
On October 26, Utrecht University Library organised the symposium Visibility: building scholarly online presence
for Utrecht scholars and scientists.
Inspiring speakers, hands-on workshops and stimulating debates alternated in this symposium, to get the discussion going and have your online visibility put to the test.
Exit business cards, enter your online profile
Some of us are perfectly visible in the online world, and some are not (and some willingly so). What is your personal stance between the extremes of a regular talk show guest with 2 millions of Facebook followers and an ivory tower research monk? Even if you take no action at all, you have an online presence. Better make sure it is the right one ...
During the symposium the Utrecht Scholars with the best online presence were announced: Kornelis Blok
, professor at the Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, and Mirko Tobias Schäfer
, Assistant Professor, Media and Culture Studies.
(See the article
and the previous announcement
in the Digital University Newspaper DUB (both in Dutch)).
Programme and participants
The symposium on ...
More information: J.Toenkkes@uu.nl