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wc 24/09

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Multimedia: Podcasting at Oxford FAQs (Wed 26 Sep 9:30-11:00)
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Multimedia: Audacity – editing spoken word (Wed 26 Sep 11:00-12:00)
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week 0
wc 01/10

Getting started
Thing 1: Read about the 23 Things programme and social media term
Thing 2: Set up a Google or Wordpress account, if you don’t have one yet
Thing 3: Create your own blog, and use it to write a short post about your experiences with social media and what you hope to get out of the Social Media Term and the 23 Things programme. If you already have a blog, then you're welcome to use that.
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Professor Marcus Du Sautoy (Fri 5 Oct 12:30 - 13:30)
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week 1
wc 08/10

Blogging
Thing 4: Register your blog with the 23 Things team
Thing 5: Explore other blogs and get to know some of the other participants.
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Wikipedia: sharing your expertise with the public (Mon 8 Oct 14:00 - 17:00)
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Chris Davies: Is Wikipedia Reliable? (Mon 8 Oct 12:30 - 13:30)
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week 2
wc 15/10

Online Presence
Thing 6: Consider your personal brand
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Multimedia: Podcasting at Oxford FAQs (Tue 16 Oct 9:30-11:00)
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Multimedia: Audacity – editing spoken word (Tue 16 Oct 11:00 - 12:00)
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Online Presence: Introductory workshop (Wed 17 Oct 09.15 - 12.15)
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Carl Hengehan - Blogging the truth in health research (Mon 15 12.30 - 1.30)
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Balliol Social Media and Health Talks: Sir Muir Grey (NHS): The information revolution (Tue 16 Oct 18:00)
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Dave White - Online Presence and Digital Residents (Wed 17 Oct 12:30-13:30)
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week 3
wc 22/10

Current Awareness
Thing 7: Twitter
Thing 8: RSS Feeds
Thing 9: Storify and other tools
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Multimedia: An introduction to podcasting for education (Wed 24 Oct 09:15 - 12:15)
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Wiser: Getting information to come to you (Wed 24 Oct 14:00 - 15:30)
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Twitter for academia (Fri 26 Oct 12:30 - 13:30)
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Melissa Highton: What technologies do our students use? - Findings from the DIGE Project (Mon 22 Oct 12:30 - 13:30)
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Balliol Social Media and Health Talks: Ade Oshineye (Google): Spreading information in the social web: nodes, ripples and community discovery (Tue 23 Oct 18:00)
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Elizabeth Eva Leach- Blogging and Twitter (Wed 24 Oct 12:30 - 13:30)
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week 4
wc 29/10

Online Networks
Thing 10: Facebook
Thing 11: LinkedIn
Thing 12: Other tools
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Facebook pages that work (Thu 1 Nov 12:30 - 13:30)
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Lucy Hawkins: Social Media and your Career (Tue 30 Oct 12:30 - 13:30)
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Balliol Social Media and Health Talks: Sir Iain Chalmers, (James Lind Alliance), & Dr David Karlin, (Oxford): Is academic medicine ready for an open dialogue with the public? (Tue 30 Oct 18:00)
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week 5
wc 05/11

Presenting Information
Thing 13: Finding presentations and podcasts
Thing 14: Discover Wikipedia
Thing 15: Making and sharing podcasts and videos
Thing 16: Sharing research online (Prezi, Slideshare, etc.)
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PowerPoint getting the message across (Mon 5 Nov 2-5pm)
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Security and Privacy online: social media (Tue 6 Nov 12:30 - 13:30)
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Visualising Network Data (Wed 7 12:30 - 13:30)
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Garr Reynolds: Presentation Zen: Developing your story (Mon 5 Nov 16:00 - 17:00)
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Balliol Social Media and Health Talks: Dr Fern Elsdon-Baker (British Council, University of Coventry): Dealing with scientific 'controversy' in an interconnected world (Tue 6 Nov 18:00)
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Simon Benjamin: Podcasting in Teaching and Learning (Thu 8 Nov 12.30 - 1.30)
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Nando Sigona: Postcards from Nando Sigona (Fri 9 Nov 12:30 - 13:30)
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week 6
wc 12/11

Online Photos and Images
Thing 17: Explore images online
Thing 18: Using Creative Commons and other copyright 'need to know' issues
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Digital Images: Sourcing, Adapting and Safe Keeping (13th Nov 09:15 - 12:15)
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Online Presence: Developing your online presence (Wed 14 Nov 14:00 - 17:00)
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LinkedIn - Designing your academic profile (Thu 15 Nov 14:00 - 17:00)
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Multimedia: Podcasting at Oxford FAQs (Fri 16 Nov 09:30 - 11:00)
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& Multimedia: Audacity – editing spoken word (Fri 16 Nov 11:00 - 12.00)
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Balliol Social Media and Health Talks: Professor Dorothy Bishop, Oxford: Orwellian adventures in cyberspace: poking one's head above the ivory parapet. (Tue 13 Nov 18:00)
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Engage: Social Media and building alumni relations (Wed 14 Nov 12:30 - 13:30)
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Katharine Lindsay and Alun Edwards: Crowdsourcing digital image collections / engaging the general pubic in uni research (Thu 15 Nov 12:30 - 13:30)
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Emily Goodhand: Copyright in the Digital Age (Fri 16 Nov, 12:30 - 13:30pm)
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week 7
wc 19/11

Citations: organizing them AND getting them seen
Thing 19: Explore reference management tools online
Thing 20: Blog, tweet or post a link to one of your articles
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ARTstor and Bridgeman: Using images in teaching and learning (Tue 20 Nov 14:00 - 17:00)
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Wiser: Tech Tools Reference Management (Wed 21 Nov 14:00 - 17:00)
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Caroline Shenton and Kate Lindsay: Engage: History in real time with Twitter (Mon 19 Nov 12:30 - 13:30)
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Balliol Social Media and Health Talks: Dr Paul Wicks, (PatientsLikeMe): Can patients accelerate research and improve outcomes on the internet? (Tue 20 Nov 18:00)
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Melissa Terras: Using Social Media to Disseminate Your Research (Tue 20 Nov 20 12:30 - 13:30)
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Jonathan Reynolds: Social networks and intellectual capital: risks and rewards (Thu 22 Nov 12:30-13:30)
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Dapo Akande and Lizzie Shannon-Little: Blogging in academia: A academic journal and publisher perspective (Fri 23 Nov 12:30-13:30)
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week 8
wc 26/11

Organising yourself and collaborating with others
Thing 21: Using Doodle and other online scheduling tools
Thing 22: Google Docs and Dropbox
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Balliol Social Media and Health Talks: Dr Ben Goldacre (Guardian, Badscience.net): How the media promote the public misunderstanding of science (Tue 27 Nov 18:00)
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week 9
wc 03/12

Final Reflections
Thing 23: What have you learnt and where do you want to go from here?
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Google Analytics: An Overview (3 Dec 9.15 - 12.15)
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Google Analytics: Hands-on (Mon 3 Dec 14:00 - 17:00)
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PowerPoint getting the message across (Tue 4 Dec 2-5pm)
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Writing for the Web (Wed 5 Dec 09:15-17:15)
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DMUG (Fri 14 Dec 14:00 - 16:00)
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Balliol Social Media and Health Talks: Dr Henry Scowcroft, (Cancer Research UK): Communicating cancer research online: sorting signal from noise in the information era (Tue 4 Dec 18:00)
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