Graduate students are often confronted with conflicting advice about how much of their academic work they should share publicly online. Although there are good reasons to consider carefully what one shares and how, graduate students who do not intentionally cultivate an online scholarly presence will increasingly be at a disadvantage both professionally and academically.

In this interactive presentation, I demonstrate how graduate students can begin to cultivate communities of scholarship around their work through social media, blogging platforms, and public practices of digital scholarly communication.

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