Twitter can add extra value to almost any research project.
Tweet about each new publication, website update, conference presentation or new blog that your project completes. To gauge feedback, you could send a tweet that links to your research blog or papers and ask your followers for their feedback and comments.
Find out more from Using Twitter in university research, teaching, and impact activities: a guide for academics and researchers - link given below.
The benefits of blogging about your research include:
Popular blogging platforms include:
Mendeley is a stable, freely available citation manager with an academic social network that helps you organise your research, collaborate with others and discover new research.
Researchers can build a Mendeley profile and chart views and downloads of their research, join groups, and view popular articles within their fields.
Mendeley data is also becoming more integrated with tools like ImpactStory (listed above) so has benefits acroos all disciplines from the hard sciences to the social sciences and humanitites.
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