- Permanent Link:
- Workshop Overview: Creating Your Professional Web Presence
- Taylor, Laurie N.
Keith, Brian W.
- Place of Publication:
- Gainesville, FL
- George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
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- Physical Description:
- Workshop overview
- Subjects / Keywords:
- Digital Humanities
Digital Humanities Library Group
- Training overview developed by Brian Keith and Laurie Taylor. Version of this workshop for the DHLG training series in 2014-2015 taught by Aaron Beveridge and Laurie Taylor on Octover 8, 2014 as Professional Web Presence, Personal Site, Online Portfolios. This workshop covers creating your professional web presence as an easy (and low-maintenance) process. Establishing your web presence is important so that others can easily find and contact you for possible collaboration, guest speaker opportunities, and so much more. This workshop focuses on establishing a core web presence using several sites/tools, linking these together to improve findability, and planning for ways to build from the sites/tools for added benefits. Articles in Inside Higher Ed and the Chronicle provide additional information on why and how to create your web presence.
- General Note:
- Related workshops that may build or connect with this include the WordPress workshop to create your personal blog website, Zotero training which includes creating an account, and the IR@UF trainings on self-submitting and referencing your materials in the IR@UF.
- General Note:
- Document updated on 9/17/2014 to include announcement information.
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- University of Florida
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- University of Florida
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Workshop Overview : Creating Your Professional Web Presence Overview This workshop covers c reating your professional web presence as an easy ( and lo w maintenance ) process Establishing your web presence is important so that others can easily find and contact you for possible collaboration, guest speaker opportunities, and so much more. This workshop focus es o n establish a core web presence using several sites /tools linking the se together to improve findability and planning for ways to build from the sites/ tools for added benefits A rticles in Inside Higher Ed and the Chronicle provide additional infor mation on why and how to create your web presence 1 Related workshops that may build or connect with this include the WordPress workshop to create your personal blog website, Zotero training wh ich includes creating an account, and the IR@UF trainings on self subm itting and referen c ing your materials in the IR@UF Homework Bring digital files to be opened and used in the workshop: Current CV (with links to the IR@UF versions of publications, slides, etc. ) Preferred photo Preferred contact information (email, phone, name) Before the workshop, c onsider what you want from your web presence : o What does that change? For example: you may want to review your CV to make sure o Do you have other sites y ou would like to link, like Facebook? Or, do you want to not link across personal/professional contacts and conversations ? Workshop Duration: 1.5 hours Accounts to be created, populated, and linked in the workshop : Google Profile (for web presence and Google Hangouts) Academia.edu LinkedIn Zotero These will be linked in the workshop, along with linking to publications in the IR@UF 2 1 Example : http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/ creating your web presence a primer for academics/30458 2 It s best to link your accounts for optimum findability, and clarity that you are you on different sites Y ou may have existing accounts to link ( ExpertNet, ORCID, Twitter, etc. ).