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Building an online presence: An EEHN PhD Lab Workshop (7th November)

Building an online presence: An EEHN PhD Lab Workshop (7th November)

Apple desktop computre on a wooden desk with shelves to the side. "Do More" in white lettering on a black screen.
Photo by Carl Heyerdahl on Unsplash

Join us on the 7th of November for a special EEHN PhD Lab professional development workshop, where we talk about building an online presence as an Environmental Humanities scholar. The relaxed session will include a panel of speakers who will speak about their own experiences, as well as address questions from the group. Is X as effective as it used to be? Do I really need my own website? What is this thing called the Fediverse and should I try it? Ask us these questions and more at our next session. All welcome.

Date: 7th November 2023

Time: 10.30-11.30

Place: Paterson’s Land G44 – COL

Speakers include: Dr Hannah Boast (Chancellor’s Fellow in LLC) and Dr Jonathan Gardner (Leverhulme Early Career Fellow in ECA)

(Photo by Carl Heyerdahl on Unsplash)

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