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I will give a talk titled ‘The role of social media in research and career building’ at the forthcoming Seminar on Theories & Concepts and Skills Training organised by the University of Luxembourg in the framework of INCOOP. This multi-disciplinary Initial Training Network (ITN) on Inter-institutional Cooperation in the EU (INCOOP) brings together Universities, professional organisations and high-level officials that all share a long-term interest in a better understanding of the functioning of institutions in the European system of multi-level governance.

This multi-disciplinary Initial Training Network (ITN) on Inter-institutional Cooperation in the EU (INCOOP) brings together Universities, professional organisations and high-level officials that all share a long-term interest in a better understanding of the functioning of institutions in the European system of multi-level governance.

www.albertoalemanno.eu

I will give a talk titled ‘The role of social media in research and career building’ at the forthcoming Seminar on Theories & Concepts and Skills Training organised by the University of Luxembourg in the framework of INCOOP. This multi-disciplinary Initial Training Network (ITN) on Inter-institutional Cooperation in the EU (INCOOP) brings together Universities, professional organisations and high-level officials that all share a long-term interest in a better understanding of the functioning of institutions in the European system of multi-level governance.

This multi-disciplinary Initial Training Network (ITN) on Inter-institutional Cooperation in the EU (INCOOP) brings together Universities, professional organisations and high-level officials that all share a long-term interest in a better understanding of the functioning of institutions in the European system of multi-level governance.

www.albertoalemanno.eu

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  1. 1. The role of social media in research and career building Alberto Alemanno ✪ HEC Paris ✪ www.albertoalemanno.eu
  2. 2. What? How? Why?
  3. 3. Premiss • personal viewpoint • beyond anectodal evidence • (modest) attempt at theorising
  4. 4. Disclosure • believer • not always as successful • yet persistent and experimentalist
  5. 5. social media as an essential part of daily work communication in the research field
  6. 6. What?
  7. 7. Social media?
  8. 8. use of social media by scholars Gruzd, A., Staves, K., & Wilk, A. (2012). Connected scholars: Examining the role of social media in research practices of faculty using the UTAUT model Computers in Human Behavior, 28 (6), 2340-2350
  9. 9. http://youtu.be/eW3gMGqcZQc
  10. 10. A definition social media employ mobile and web-based technologies to create highly interactive platforms via which individuals and communities share, co-create, discuss and modify user-generated content 7 functional blocks: identity conversations sharing presence relationships reputation groups
  11. 11. Why?
  12. 12. basic functions - information channel - sharing - dissemination - propagation - networking tool - pedagogical tool - research tool - validation (eg. surveys) - update results of previous scholarship
  13. 13. Social media information cycle in research
  14. 14. advantages in using social media in research
  15. 15. what I like • Fast: key enabler for creating, updating and sharing knowledge • Immediate feedback • Bridge the gap between academia & ‘real’ world • Boost the quality of research motivation
  16. 16. downsides in social media research
  17. 17. what I dislike • Ownership: • Great idea wasted in a post blog? • Working paper on SSRN before acceptance? • Privacy: • Personal vs professional life • Reliability of info: • Wikipedia entry or blog post • Overflow/Spamming • Distraction
  18. 18. How?
  19. 19. How to do it choose & use the right tool!
  20. 20. How to do it (2) Not only about tools but…
  21. 21. need to embrace a new state of mind
  22. 22. teaching setting
  23. 23. How to do it (3) Need to increase circumstances in which teaching, research and ‘real world’ meet
  24. 24. Easy solution Write a blog
  25. 25. Why a blog? • Easy way to sensitise students/public with your research • Easy way to make it relevant to them • Get them hooked by distilling information useful for…
  26. 26. final exams forthcoming legislation pending judgments and other policy- related experiences
  27. 27. Too lazy? Set up a webpage (yet too static)
  28. 28. Other tools
  29. 29. A few illustrations • Impact on EU legislative-making • Impact on EU institutional machinery: • Behavioural sciences & policymaking • Transparency Register • Impact on EU judiciary
  30. 30. 1 Impact on EU policymaking
  31. 31. Plain Packaging
  32. 32. Proposal for TPD 19.12.2012
  33. 33. 2 Impact on EU institutional machinery:
  34. 34. Blog post
  35. 35. 3 Impact on EU institutional machinery:
  36. 36. no job landing
  37. 37. but • To popularise your research (findings) • To interact with your two worlds: • inner (students / research) • outer (the ‘real world’)
  38. 38. a final TIP
  39. 39. social media in research
  40. 40. conclusions • Be realistic: don’t replace research with social media • Be a user: don’t be afraid to experiment
  41. 41. My social media presence

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