Webinar: Social Media – Perspectives from Science Communicators
Over the past 10 years, new digital platforms have expanded the ways we communicate science. In the past, science communication was primarily served through publications, oral presentations, and poster presentations. Today, social media continues to open new, innovative channels.
This panel discussion is a follow-up to our previous Social Media and Science Communication session. In this session, panelists will discuss best practices for using social media channels such as Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, LinkedIn, and Youtube.
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.