YOUR PERSONAL ERLA PAGE IS MEANT TO SERVE TWO FUNCTIONS: (A) TO PROMOTE YOUR OWN WORK & IDEAS, AND (B) – in line with the theory of marginal gains – PROMOTE ERLA ITSELF BY OUTLINING PERSONAL PERSPECTIVES ON ITS MEMBERS.
In other words, you TELL YOUR “STORY” here, summarising your work and relating it as much as you can to ERLA.
|your photo||Contact details: [email/telephone number/any other means of communication you wish to provide]|
|Affiliation: [institution, country]|
|ERLA key words; [use the words/phrases upon which you build your “ERLA story” below]|
|ERLA key problems: [give the most essential research questions falling within ERLA’s realm]|
Please (1) build your ERLA page upon a PLOT/THREAD linking ideas; (2) include some QUOTE(S) of yourself; (3) keep BALANCE between text & other elements; (4) explain in possibly SIMPLE WORDS what your work is all about.
I[Use this space to explain – in your own preferred way – why you’re a member. Consider adding: notes about your presence in ERL events and any forms of contributions, links to where your contributions are (e.g. a subpage with ERL Conference / online Sessions titles), references to other websites naming your role(s) in the ERL framework (e.g. ERL Journal’s Editorial Board]
[Outline issues of your interest falling under the ERL Scope Major and/or Scope Minor. Consider adding: research problems, preferred partners, releveant projects you’ve taken part in, publications raising the problems in question.]