Blogging PhD research and what happens next

by Lilia Efimova on 11 November 2008

Blogging PhD research and what happens next – presentation (an attempt of zen :) for the panel “New modes of scholarly communication: blogs, wikis, and web2.0 in academia” at Berlin 6 Open Access conference, November 11-13 2008, Dusseldorf, Germany.

[Video of the presentation]

In the talk I decided to talk about my experiences of blogging research to make it as relevant as possible to other researchers, so I focused primarily on connections between it and the process of growing ideas and turning them into a publication. It doesn’t give a good overview of blogging in respect to research methods and methodologies (some readable insight on it is here).

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Links for more background on parts of the talk:

I know it bugs for being turned into a readable paper. Will work on that after finishing the dissertation (soon, submitting first draft as a whole in three weeks!), but any comments on where it makes sense to publish is are very welcome.

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1 edaktik 14 January 2009 at 22:22

Hi Lilia,

I watched your presentation in Dusseldorf and loved it. See my short note on my blog about it: http://www.edaktik.de/2008/11/beyond-blahblah-blogging-as-phd-research/

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