Curation · Digital research and scholarship · Google Chrome · Searching Skills

#427 Google Scholar “cited by” search to find relevant recent research

Google Scholar has lots of useful tips and tricks to help with your research. In this video we have a look at the “cited by” search option and the “related article” search. The cited by search shows you all the articles Google Scholar can find that have cited your original paper. This is a great… Continue reading #427 Google Scholar “cited by” search to find relevant recent research

Curation · Digital research and scholarship · Google

#419 Keep on top of new research with Google Alerts

One of the really cool things you can do with Google and Google Scholar is to set up alerts. You can do this by using an existing Google search or by setting on up from scratch. Google will then email you with with new journal articles or news reports that match your search, pretty nifty… Continue reading #419 Keep on top of new research with Google Alerts

Curation · Digital research and scholarship · Google · Information, data and media literacy (critical use) · Timesavers · Top tip

#417 Easy citations with Google Scholar

If you have not come across the cite option in Google Scholar yet, then you are in for a treat! This nifty feature takes all the pain away from building your bibliography, and if you are using an external reference library like EndNote (and I highly recommend that you are!), then it makes citations and… Continue reading #417 Easy citations with Google Scholar

Classroom technology · Curation · Data literacy · Information literacy

#412 Rebrandly to keep control over your trimmed URLS

Rebrandly is a link shortener with a difference! Shortened URLs can make unwieldy links much easier to share, especially in a live setting such as during a lecture. However, sometimes you want to change the destination of the shortened link. Perhaps you are linking through to different surveys at the end of each lecture, or… Continue reading #412 Rebrandly to keep control over your trimmed URLS

Assessment · Blogging · Creative Commons · Curation · Digital collaboration · Digital communication · Digital creation · Digital innovation · Distance Learning · E-portfolios

#396 Medium [3/4]: Publish your story on Medium

In the previous post in this series on Medium (see #391 Medium [2/4]: Create your first story with Medium) we showed you how to create your first story. This short video shows you how to publish your first story. I like how you get to add a Creative Commons licence to your posts easily… Featured image: Photo… Continue reading #396 Medium [3/4]: Publish your story on Medium

Assessment · Blogging · Creative Commons · Curation · Digital collaboration · Digital communication, collaboration and participation (participating) · Digital creation · Digital identity management · Digital innovation · Distance Learning · E-portfolios · Formative assessment

#391 Medium [2/4]: Create your first story with Medium

Medium is an online publishing platform that is a hybrid of blogging and paid for content (for an introduction please see #380 Medium [1/4]: The Medium is the message). This short video will show you how to create your first story on Medium: Featured image: Photo by Picsea on Unsplash

Assessment · Blogging · Communication / Collaboration · Creative Commons · Curation · Digital collaboration · Digital creation · Digital identity management · Digital innovation · Distance Learning · E-portfolios · Formative assessment

#380 Medium [1/4]: The Medium is the message

Medium is an online publishing platform that is a hybrid of blogging and paid for content. This short series will focus on the blogging element. Medium was created by one of Twitter’s co-founders as a way to publish writing longer than Twitter’s (then) 140-character maximum. You may think that you’ve seen Medium before (think Tumblr, Reddit,… Continue reading #380 Medium [1/4]: The Medium is the message