Webinar: Social Media and Science Communication
Social media presents a unique opportunity to engage with users around the world. The research community, in particular, can use social media as a tool to learn, connect, and communicate about related topics of interest.
This one-hour session will be led by a program associate for the American Association for the Advancement of Science Center for Public Engagement with Science and Technology.
Session content will focus on the evolving state of the social media landscape and the various roles within it. Appropriate for both novices and those who are already using social media, you will learn to evaluate your current use of social media and to think critically about how you can advance your use of social media to accomplish your public engagement and research goals.
This session is part of our series, Boundary-Crossing Skills for Research Careers, which delves into the following competencies: team science, mentorship, project management, communication, leadership, and funding research.