🦉 Owlstown Newsletter #38
Hello Owlstowners! Here’s your update of what’s happening in Owlstown. Your feedback, bug reports, and praises continue to inspire me to keep improving Owlstown, so don’t hesitate to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or message me on Twitter.
The Find & Import Publications feature uses the Semantic Scholar API. Importing a publication now includes the abstract and links to DOI, ArXiv, PubMed, and Corpus (when available).
You can set the alternative text of picture blocks. This makes images on your website more accessible to people.
You can embed TikTok videos on your website. Check out Dr. Gunter on TikTok.
You can embed PDF files on your website. Only available for Owlstown Pro users.
From the community
Join the Twitter community "Websites for Scientists" for discussions on strategy and tips for scientists to build their website and leverage their online presence. Moderated by @brttnytrnh, @HigherEdPR, and yours truly.
Jacqueline Shaia shared Recovering from Perfectionism and guest blog post by Meagan Taylor.
Charly Leblanc shared PhD Resources.
Cathy Kilburn wrote a blog post based on her conference presentation: “I’m a big boy now, and big boys don’t cry!”: Peer reinforcement of gender stereotypes within pre-school settings