18th January 2018
Equality and Diversity in the BOU
We know what it says on the tin, but what does it really mean?
4th August 2017
How social is #AOSSCO17?
Ornithologists are a social bunch, which is easy to see at #AOSSCO17 here in Michigan. But can we measure how social they are in promoting their research, particularly online? Steve Dudley BOU At #NAOC2016 last year, I attempted to measure the social media presence of those attending the largest ever ornithology meeting. The only […]
21st July 2017
Working for our ornithology community
Posted in: Altmetric, altmetrics, authors, blog, blogging, BOU, BOU series, Community, IBIS, Journal, new articles, People, sciblogging, scicomm, science blogging, science communication, social media, Twitter
Read how the BOU supports the ornithology community
19th July 2017
Of writing and Redshanks – the benefits of blogging with the BOU
#theBOUblog has forged a reputation for delivering for authors wanting to promote their research
14th July 2017
The BOU: who we are, what we do
Posted in: blog, blogging, BOU, BOU series, BOURC, Community, early career, early-career researcher, ECR, engagement, funding, grants, Grants Committee, IBIS, Journal, People, Records Committee, sciblogging, scicomm, science blogging, science communication, social media, volunteers
BOU is about community. Learn about why we do what we do from some of our members.
12th July 2017
The BOU – from the eyes of an Indian ornithologist
The BOU – a land of opportunity
5th July 2017
Funding ornithology – the work of the BOU Grants Committee
The good, the bad and the ugly of assessing grant applications
30th June 2017
BOU – we’re better when we’re together
How does a small society keep it together?
28th June 2017
The BOU – a personal perspective from the US
The BOU educates and motivates members to engage with others
21st June 2017
Listing into the future
The BOU has maintained the British List since the late 1800s.
16th June 2017
2016 journal Impact Factors: Ornithology
What is the importance of journal Impact Factors?
14th June 2017
What does it take to run the #1 ornithology journal?
Managing an international journal is a massive team effort, and for IBIS this involves over 60 people
7th June 2017
What makes a BOU conference?
Being a member of the BOU’s Meetings Committee is one of the most rewarding jobs in the BOU
31st May 2017
The BOU’s global ornithology community
Community is the lifeblood running through all the BOU does
5th April 2017
#BOU2017: International and inspiring
Why the BOU Annual Conference is always a good idea
19th September 2016
Peer Review Week 2016
Recognising volunteer contributions
17th August 2016
How social are ornithologists?
Social media use in ornithology
11th July 2016
Do what’s good for you; get yourself to the BOU Annual Conference
BOU conferences provide a fantastic opportunity for early-career researchers to absorb cutting-edge science and form connections with other ornithologists