How to represent yourself online

Professional tips on research/researcher discoverability & how this impacts your opportunities in science

5:00pm - 6:30pm / Thursday 9th March 2023 / Venue: Central Teaching Hub
Type: Seminar / Category: Department / Series: Liverpool Women in Science and Engineering
  • Suitable for: Everyone is welcome, but it will be of special significance for Academics, postdocs, PhD students and undergraduates
  • Admission: FREE
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LivWiSE is delighted to welcome back Miranda Vinay, Associate Editor of Nature Publications, to join us in celebrating International Women's Day 2023. Miranda will be giving an informal talk and advice on how to represent yourself online 'Professional tips on research/researcher discoverability & how this impacts your opportunities in science'. The talk will include advice about ORCID, Google Scholar, Twitter, social media and the importance of being able to find your email easily online... plus more top tips.

The March LivWiSE social and networking will take place after Miranda's talk.