This blog is all about my journey through the ’23 Things for Research’ course.

23 Things is a self-directed course hosted by the Researcher Development Programme at the University of Surrey. The purpose of the course is to expose researchers to various digital tools that may aid them in their professional and personal development, and help them to engage a wider audience in their work. The aim is to spend some time each week exploring a number of ‘things’, each of which relates to a particular type tool (e.g. social media, reference management tools etc.) that may be of use to a researcher. I will then upload a blog post to reflect my thoughts and experiences with the tools I have explored that week.

More information about this course can be found here.