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How to use LinkedIn to develop your research profile

We all want our research to make an impact. That’s why we need to actively talk about it! Learn how to elevate your research profile using Linkedin!

Want to know a little know secret about building a successful career, regardless of whether you decide to pursue academic or industrial paths? 

It’s all about building your network of connections and your professional profile. A strong professional and academic network will help you forge long-term collaborations. And this is essential when you want to develop your research portfolio and publish your work. 

Some time ago, I mentioned that social media give you a fantastic platform to increase the visibility and impact of your research.

And this is true. The more people read your work, the more of them you may inspire! 

But what about you? Is it enough just to post your work on any social media and wait for the others to engage with your work? Would this improve your research profile?  

You may see some increase in your visibility by doing just that. I agree. 

However, to become recognised as an expert in your research, you need more than that. And that’s what this article is about. 

I’m going to tell you how you can use LinkedIn to significantly improve your research profile.

50 creative ways to improve your wellbeing in academia

You often hear about well-being. But do you know what well-being definition is? Find out about 50 surprisingly easy ways to improve your well-being now!

When writing academic manuscripts, we need to present novel ideas, thoughts and discoveries.

As researchers and academics, we tend to have rather busy lives. This starts from the very beginning of your PhD programme – you want to push the boundaries of the knowledge so you must work hard and work a lot, right?

But let me ask you the following questions:

How often do you feel overwhelmed?

How often do you feel that your PhD doesn’t have sense?

How often do you take care of your wellbeing?

That’s right, the amount of work you put in doing your PhD can put a lot of stress on your wellbeing. As I discussed before, you can burn out by pushing too hard.

Do you wonder why wellbeing is important? Well, it’s fundamental to your sustainable motivation and work-life balance.

Therefore, here I share 50 ways in which you can improve your wellbeing!

How to avoid plagiarism in your research?

Are you worried that you unintentionally plagiarise someone? Learn about techniques and tools that will help you avoid plagiarism in your research!

When writing academic manuscripts, we need to present novel ideas, thoughts and discoveries.

But to ensure that the readers of your work understand what you’re talking about, you need to provide them with relevant context and background that presents the current state-of-the-art in your field.

From the discussions I had with you, I’ve realised that many of you are worried about plagiarism and want to know how to avoid plagiarism in your writing.

I’ve decided to share some of my thoughts on what you should pay attention to when writing. I trust these will help you to avoid unintentional plagiarism.

where to find motivation to write a phd

How to motivate yourself when writing a research article

Do you hate writing and leave it to the last minute? Read more about efficient ways that will help you stay motivated when writing a research article!

Academic writing is a key skill that we, as academics and researchers, need to have in our skillset to efficiently communicate our research.

It’s one of the fundamental activities you do, regardless of the career stage.

At the early stage of your career, you’ll mostly use academic writing to disseminate your research via research articles in journals and to write your dissertation – the cumulative point of your PhD degree!

At the later stage of your career, you’ll still be writing and editing research articles, and you’ll most likely need to apply for research funding to sustain your research group.

So you see – writing, especially writing research articles, is a crucial skill that you should develop at the early stage of your career to succeed in academia.

Yet, so many of us hate writing.