Blowing up the Academic CV
It's time for me not just to update my CV, but make it reflect my move into the digital humanities and other digital realms.
- — Lee Skallerup (@readywriting)Mon, Jun 11 2012 17:32:00If one were updating one's CV and one happened to co-found a twitter chat like #FYCchat, where would one put it? Hypothetically.
- — Wendy Young,LMSW,BCD (@Kidlutions)Mon, Jun 11 2012 17:34:45@readywriting Hypothetically, under "Social Media Involvement" or "Social Media Expertise" or "Social Media Content Expert" or...u get th pt
- — Liana Silva (@literarychica)Mon, Jun 11 2012 17:41:00@readywriting I have a section in my CV called "Online Scholarly/Academic Contributions." It's where I put academic blogging/tweeting.
- — Liana Silva (@literarychica)Mon, Jun 11 2012 17:41:27@readywriting My work with Sounding Out! I have it under another section though, since I do more than blog/participate there.
- — Liana Silva (@literarychica)Mon, Jun 11 2012 17:44:50@readywriting I used to have it under "Service to the Profession" but I have it in "Online Academic Contributions" in my last draft.
- — Brenda Bethman (@brendabethman)Mon, Jun 11 2012 18:27:41@readywriting I put the blog I co-founded under “professional service.” Seems to be a chat could go there, too. Or?
- — anna smith (@writerswriting)Mon, Jun 11 2012 18:40:51@readywriting I just applied to a position for which it was relevant and so I put it under Relevant Online Scholarly Activity under Pubs
- — Tanya T. Sasser (@TanyaSasser)Mon, Jun 11 2012 18:49:43@readywriting I'd put it in scholarship or teaching-leaning more toward scholarship as it's ongoing public forum & UR founder/facilitator
- — Josh Jensen (@joshuajensen)Mon, Jun 11 2012 19:01:34@readywriting FWIW, I think twitter chats are the new/nascent professional association, so list there. And CV? How old school.
- — William Patrick Wend (@wpwend42)Tue, Jun 12 2012 06:53:18@readywriting I have two sections: New Media/Electronic Writing (which might not fit...) and a Related Experience section (which might)
- — Greg McVerry (@jgmac1106)Tue, Jun 12 2012 07:25:32
- — Lee Skallerup (@readywriting)Tue, Jun 12 2012 08:17:52Another academic C.V. question: where should I include "guest posts" that I did for other blogs/online forums? #highered
- — Lee Skallerup (@readywriting)Tue, Jun 12 2012 08:20:42@wpwend42 My CV needs to blown up and built back up from scratch. Just so weird that this is all coming together instead of living apart.
- — Rachel Lee (@rachelclee33)Tue, Jun 12 2012 08:22:24
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