Thing 3: Explore other blogs and get to know some fellow participants

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One of the best parts about a 23 Things programme is the ability to interact with and draw on the expertise and learning of a community of participants. Over the course of the week, we’ll be adding to the list of participants’ blogs in the sidebar (also known as a blogroll). Take some time to look at other blogs and read about what other community members hope to get from this course. Feel free to comment on others’ posts.

We encourage you to keep checking other blogs as the programme continues. Seeing what others are doing can often help answer your own questions and can offer inspiration for your own work!

Here are a few blogs by staff and students at Surrey to get you started, including some that started as part of 23 Things:

https://iloveclassicalukulele.com/blog/

https://aarnituomi.wordpress.com/

https://researchair.wordpress.com/

https://electroceramic.wordpress.com/

https://blogs.surrey.ac.uk/

https://exploringtheinvisible.com/

https://chanceandnecessity.net/

http://blogoftheisotopes.blogspot.com/

https://profkinchinblog.wordpress.com/

https://juiceandstrain.wordpress.com/

 

You might learn a lot of new ideas and techniques, be invited to collaborate with a guest-post, or just strike up a beautiful social media friendship…

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Author: rdpsurrey

Providing personal and professional development opportunities to researchers at the University of Surrey.

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