There is so much great and informative content on the www! And YouTube has some many useful and great tutorials! For my own personal benefit, I made some lists of useful websites and tutorial videos. I hope they may be of use for you as well.

Web resources: sites

Data management sites – With the advent of technological advances, research has also changed from local to more global. Researchers want to share their amazing results in nice papers, but society demands more insight into scientific methods and access to the data. Although this sounds amazing, there are many hurdles that have to be taken. Below are some links to sites that offer insight into procedures and laws that should make “science-sharing” more feasible.

Photo & video sites  – Nowadays, it is easy to record yourself. Every phone is a video recorder. However, to make a good video, you may feel the need to add professional photos and videos to your work. I found some excellent sites that offer free stock photos, videos  and sounds.

Web resources: tools

Photo & video tools – Nowadays, it is easy to record yourself. Every phone is a video recorder. However, to make a good video, you may feel the need to add professional photos and videos to your work. I found some excellent sites that offer free stock photos, videos  and sounds.

I recently began adding tools (mostly via YouTube clips) that can come in handy when editing photos or videos.

LinkedIn Post Inspector – When posting on LinkedIn, you may find that an older version of a website or image is stored in LinkedIn’s cache. To force LinkedIn to use the new version in your post, use the Post Inspector function.

Web resources: tutorials

YouTube tutorials – There is a tutorial for everything! However, finding the best one is tricky. I found some excellent tutorials (youtube videos and channels) that are extremely informative and useful!