Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020 1:00-1:45pm EDT / 10:00-10:45am PDT
Want to supercharge your social media strategy? In this free webinar, research communication experts from Footnote will provide advice on how to use social media to share you and your institution’s research with a broader audience. From tackling Twitter to leveraging LinkedIn, learning to use social media effectively is essential for increasing the impact of academic ideas and expertise and reaching audiences both within and outside your field. We’ll explain how Footnote and our institutional partners share research and engage with tens of thousands of followers on social media, as well as how we’ve adapted to the challenges of communicating effectively during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Diana Brazzell is the Co-Founder and Executive Editor at Footnote, where she helps the academic community increase the impact of their research and expertise by sharing it with a broader audience. She is a skilled communicator who collaborates with scholars in a range of disciplines to create accessible, engaging content highlighting their research for social media, mainstream media outlets, policy briefs, websites, and other formats.
Dr. Kristen Weiss is a scientist turned science communicator who serves as Footnote’s Social Media Manager. She has been a communications manager for multiple academic institutions helping scientists translate their work and share it to broader audiences via news media, policy briefs, video, and social media platforms. Kristen received her Ph.D. in environmental policy and management from James Cook University in Queensland, Australia.
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