Artists Online: Miik Green as a Case Study [Presentation]

Artists Online: Miik Green As Case Study

aka What happens when an Artist/Researcher and Social/Digital Marketing Analyst start talking about artists’ digital & social media presences? Presentation for Art Talks – Studio Night, Thursday 3 September, held at Miik Green’s Studio in Perth, Western Australia. Provides an overview of Miik’s online presences, specifically his social media presences and discuss the delineations between … Continue reading

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Don’t put all your eggs in one basket: Researchers on Twitter

I wanted to give some perspective to the amounts of profiles retrieved in my post on finding researchers by searching the bio on their Twitter Profile. If you run a similar search on LinkedIn, where you’re searching the profiles of LinkedIn members’, there are significant differences in the counts of profiles received (see table of … Continue reading

Finding Researchers on Twitter: Searching By Tweet (Content)

I’ve covered finding researchers by their Twitter Profile, Finding Researchers on Twitter: By Profile, so it’s time to look at finding tweets (and therefore people tweeting) by the content they share (tweet) and how to set up alerts for tweets. With the character limit on Twitter Bios, it’s likely that you will also find profiles to … Continue reading

Finding Researchers on Twitter: Searching By Profile (Bio)

I’ll be giving a presentation on Twitter (and researchers on social media in general) to a bunch of computer security researchers, this week. One of the things I’ll be discussing is how to find people (profiles) on Twitter. And not just any people, people who are either: Tweeting about areas you’re researching Researching in areas … Continue reading

Social Media, Research Ethics and Your Research [Presentation]

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Presentation title: Social media, research ethics and your research Presentation summary: Social media platforms (like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter) represent incredible potential for researchers to conduct research and recruit survey participants. However the old rules still apply, along with some new rules too. This presentation looks at current and emerging issues in conducting research on … Continue reading