Social media and technology
There is no doubt that technology developments, and in particular the use of social media, is of interest to many researchers.
For business and management researchers this can involve both the impact of social media/technology on being a researcher, and the impact of social media company strategy, marketing, knowledge management etc.
Some useful starting points:
- 30 New Media tools from Cambridge JBS Information & Library Services New Media for Researchers – “These are some of our favourite new-media tools for finding and organising information and presenting you and your work online.”
- Communications / Internet / Social Media posts from London Business School BizResearch blog – latest A Portrait of Today’s Tablet Users – Wave II from the Online Publishers Association (OPA).
- Hughes, D. H., Rowe, M. Batey, M. & Lee, A (2012) “A tale of two sites: Twitter vs. Facebook and the personality predictors of social media usage” Computers in Human Behavior, 28(2) pp. 561-569. DOI:10.1016/j.chb.2011.11.001 - Manchester eScholar. (For full-text use FindIt@UML for Computers in Human Behavior)
There are various social media links in the previous post Research awareness and dissemination.