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Let’s Create Your Blog Together (413)
31 May 2021
|Lang||Workshop language is English|
Dr Pauline Fritsch
Nowadays academic and scientific blogs are becoming more and more popular. For example, The Thesis Whisperer by Dr. Inger Mewburn reaches over 80k subscribers, and even journals like Nature now offer scientists to share their career stories in Career Columns.
But, as PhD students, why undertaking this path?
Blogging is a unique communication experience through which you can acquire various and valuable transferable skills to carry with you, no matter where your career brings you!
Blogging is a way to:
How to get started? Let's do it together!
This workshop will give you an overview of how to create a blog for yourself and to learn about the overall blogger experience.
With a very practical and interactive format, you learn to use the basics of WordPress.com and practice your writing skills.
The day will be divided in 4 parts:
Blogging about your PhD research is a great way to take a step back and take a different, less formal, approach to it. You might get new ideas and could use it to get in contact with other researchers in your field.
However, you are welcome to join this workshop no matter on which subject you would like to blog about, including non-scientific topics!
At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
All students should come with their personal laptop.
Please note that a two-hours preparatory work is required. You should have:
CUSO will provide you with further details four weeks before the workshop.
Date: Monday, 31st May 2021
Schedule: from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Dr Pauline Fritsch graduated with a PhD in biology from the University of Fribourg during which she got actively involved in CUSO's transferable skills program, in particular to develop her communication skills. After graduation and while traveling for 18 months in Asia, she launched her professional blog academiac.net in 2018. Before this, Pauline has been using WordPress since 2012 for private traveling blogs.