As a researcher, promoting your work via the web is a critical element in communicating your findings to many different audiences.
People largely skim read online, so to get your information across to people it must be written in a way that is easy to absorb, skim readable, and approachable ..... enticing them to read and investigate further.
Whilst creating the researcher profiles element of our CMS product, Haiku, we built principles into it that would display information in this way for researchers, and we worked closely with the Oxford University web team, and science writers to produce a comprehensive guide to enable researchers to produce an exciting profile.
We have attached the guide to this post, and hope that it helps you to achieve profile greatness
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Keean is a contributor to a paper on recent research into Very Short Question Types in medical education which is being presented at the conference