Starting an Academic Blog

     
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Dr Inger Mewburn, Director of Research Training, Australian National University shares her insights on what makes a successful academic blog, recorded during our Digital Academic event at University of Warwick on 23rd March 2015,

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If you are going to start a blog, the first thing page you should write is the about page – who are you, what your blog is about, what questions are you going to answer and why you are suited to answer these questions, which ones aren’t you going to answer and what is your place. Map this out carefully, this will help guide you in your writing, especially when starting out.

Dr Inger Mewburn, Director of Research Training, Australian National University

Inger specialises in the study of research education and research student support and is also the editor of popular blog ‘newspaper’, The Thesis Whisperer which has over 25,000 subscribers and around 80,000 visits a week.

 

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