We are excited to launch our AMPlify Your Research series with our first session by AMPS President, Dr Amanda Krause from James Cook University.

Your (online) scholarly identity


Wednesday 9 February, 4 pm AEST

See below for a video of the presentation and downloadable slide deck.

This presentation will look at what a scholarly identity is and how to develop and shape your scholarly identity online. Establishing ourselves in our field(s) is a challenge we all face as academics and achieving recognition and credit for our accomplishments is crucial to advancing our careers. In a shifting academic landscape, we must also demonstrate ‘impact’ and ‘engagement’, so what can we do? In this presentation, Dr Amanda Krause will discuss the what, why, and how of online scholarly identity. Drawing on personal experience and published research, she’ll discuss effective tools and the potential benefits of cultivating your digital presence and identity.

And to see how it’s done, make sure you follow Amanda on Twitter!

About the series

The AMPlify series has been curated to help early career researchers in music psychology and beyond to navigate the sometimes tricky waters of establishing and building a research profile. Even if you are a seasoned researcher, however, we hope you might find topics of interest throughout the year, including how to constructively deal with feedback and pursuing non-academic careers. Keep an eye out for updates and links to these events. If you have any questions about the series, or would like to be involved as a future presenter, please contact AMPS Early Career Development Chair, Dr Melissa Forbes.

Presentation resources