The following practical tips have been put together to assist you in making the most of twitter, specifically monitoring and evaluating the impact your twitter activity is having.
Making your research accessible
If research can’t be found, or is not easily understood by target audiences it simply does not travel, falling at the first hurdle in the process of trying to bring about change.
Pete Cranston and Pier Andrea Pirani take a look at social media from the perspective of user engagement and explore some key issues that emerge.
This post launches our new social media engagement series that explores how to utilise social media effectively in research uptake activities. Join-us as we explore issues linked to the use and measurement of social media.
The research presented in this report was conducted during 2010 – 2011, funded by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC, Canada) and…
In recent months, a new site, the image-sharing platform Pinterest, has exploded onto the social media scene.
While some researchers happily explore social media sites, others are a bit more reluctant. This blog by Allison Stevens introduces how coaching researchers can help.
There are so many wonderful online tools to help communicate knowledge generated by researchers.
This paper provides an indepth look at the rsearch ‘impact’ that can be attributed to blogging. Written by Berk Ozler…
This field note presents reflections from the perspective of a knowledge mobilization (KMb) practitioner after five years of developing and…