Missed our ‘How to’ sessions at the recent Future of Impacts conference? Never fear, our ‘How to’ social media, podcasting, blogging and impact case study guides are here. Listen to the Impact of Social Sciences team podcast and peruse the presentations.
‘How to’ podcast
If you missed out on any of our breakout sessions from the Future of Impacts conference, catch up with the best snippets with our ‘How to’ podcast produced by Multimedia Editor, Cheryl Brumley.
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How to: Social Media
LSE Review of Books Editor Amy Mollett is joined by British Politics and Policy Blog Editor, Joel Suss in a discussion on how to make social media work for impact in our podcast. Click on the image below to view their presentation.
How to: Academic Podcasting
Listen to our Multimedia Editor, Cheryl in the podcast, and follow her presenation slides with British Politics and Policy Blog Editor, Mark Carrigan here.
How to: Academic Blogging
Europp Editors, Chris Gilson and Stuart Brown explain why blogging is the most important thing that academics should do in our podcast. Click the opening slide below or follow their presentation here.
How to: Impact Case Studies
PPG Research Fellow, Jane Tinkler talks through the finer points of writing your case study on our podcast. Her slides are also available here.
Our research visualised
Curious about the work we’re doing on measuring academic impact? Some of our early research findings are available in full-colour here.