May 29, 2018 workshop on Managing your Researcher/Scholarly Identity

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Managing your researcher/scholarly identity

Date: May 29, 2018 from 1-2pm

Venue: Applied Physics and Mathematics Building (AP&M) 4301

Allegra Swift: Scholarly Communications Librarian, UC San Diego Library

Brownbag series produced by the UC San Diego Linguistics students (and Tamara Rhodes): Cog Sci and Psych have also been invited. All are welcome.

Workshop Description:

A professional online presence is one of the best tools a researcher and scholar can employ to increase the visibility of their publications and research output, to increase institutional recognition, to find potential collaborators, future co-authors, and readers. Learn about tools and techniques to retain more control over your reputation and ensure that search results reflect how you want to be seen.

This workshop will cover strategies, services, and tools for curating your online profile and making your digital footprint work for you

Related guide: Online Identity and Reputation Management