Wondering what on Earth you would use a blog for? Check out our showcase of how research teams around UOW are using the blogging platform to their advantage.
Welcome to our new YouTube channel – where we interview our blogging superstars about the way they develop and use their UOW blogs.
I’m pleased to introduce you to our newest public blog, Conversations with AUSCCER, from the team at the Australian Centre for Cultural Environmental Research. The group are showcasing their research interests and outputs via the UOW blog, which has integrated social-media links for viewers to help spread the word and build a larger audience for their work. Says Chris Gibson, “I posted late last week and within a couple of hours, the post had had 50+ visitors and had become ‘most popular post’…It got facebook liked 25 times and 10+ tweets. All good and very encouraging.”
Another new public blog is one setup to help us farewell our long-serving DVC(A) – to capture your memories, stories and comments on Rob’s Legacy of Learning at UOW. Everyone is welcome to use the comments feature to leave their farewell message for Rob. Continue reading
As Part of RaID’s initiative to promote UOW research and and researchers in a social media context, the Research Services Office (RSO) is currently creating a Research Blog for UOW Researchers, which will enable a more extensive profile of UOW research (both nationally and internationally). We are also creating private project & research group blogs purely for the individuals in various projects & research projects. If you would like to join in the pilot and try a blog, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.