We all know that engaging graphics are important if we want our social media content to stand out, but finding the right images and fonts, as well as the time to be creative, can be difficult. Canva is an easy-to-use, free graphic design tool that’s perfect for creating social media content, including cover images.
For many of us, social media is an essential part of our daily lives with almost a quarter of us admitting to being hooked on it. We use it to chat with friends, make social arrangements, play games and even find that perfect present. But have you ever considered how you can use social media to help you find a job?
Academic conversations are increasingly taking place online, so how can you make sure that your research features positively in them?
There are a myriad of ways that you can use blogging platforms to share your expertise or experiences, so it is important to think strategically about what you want to achieve and how blogging can help you develop as a researcher.
Not everything you post on Facebook will be seen by all of your followers. The secret is in understanding how the Facebook News Feed is generated.
Academics are increasingly expected to have an online profile, and LinkedIn makes this possible while maintaining a boundary with personal social networking activities.
Used wisely, Twitter can be a useful study aid rather than a time-wasting addiction.