Category Archives: Optional content

To pin or not to pin

Over the last few years, advances in internet browser technology have allowed the development of ‘social bookmarking’.

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Mini Adventures in Blogging

So after attending this course, I got to thinking I should start my own blog.

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Camtasia Studio Simple Review – TechSmith Software

I had been searching everywhere for a good screen capturing tool, which didn’t take up too much space and well, one that actually worked.  Continue reading

Personal Professional Website – Part 2

Here is my much anticipated update of creating your very own personal, professional website.  Continue reading

A reminder to get blogging!

Hi all,

We hope you are managing to find some time to work through two of the optional content modules, as a reminder they are:

Do remember that to complete the programme you need to add three posts to the 2012 participants blog by the end of July. If you are having any problems at all doing this, please do get in touch!


Mendeley workshop

We had a good turnout at the Mendeley workshop earlier this afternoon – if you came along, please let us know what you think about Mendeley, and whether you’re going to use it.And if you want to know more about how people at Imperial are using Imperial, again let us know, we can put you in touch with Mendeley Advisors here at the College.

And a reminder, Twitter for Researchers is running next Monday (23rd) and you can sign up for that at the Library website.


Personal Professional Website

As per my recommendation in my previous post, I have gone ahead and bought my personal domain name, which cost me approximately £10.

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