Navigating the Socialsphere: A How-to Guide for Promoting Your Scientific Career Online

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I’m learning to navigate the #Socialsphere by attending the @ASIPath #SocialMedia Workshop for Scientists! It’s a guide for promoting your #scientific #career online! Want to come? Register here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUkde-vqzMtH9UlBdDHSVhYOjBOCEZtC8oR #ASIPVirtual


Links and Resources for Scientists interested in using Twitter more!

  • You should get Twitter…for science!

You should get Twitter…for science!

The phrase “Hi, we know each other from the internet!” might have been something weird to say a decade ago, but now it’s one of my favorite icebreakers for meeting people in astronomy. The first time someone said this to me, I felt a wave of joy and excitement, realizing that I had made a real connection through my time on Twitter.

  • How to Use Twitter as a Scientist

How to Use Twitter as a Scientist

Those of you who not only read my blog, but follow my through other channels, might know that I’m quite active on Twitter. I joined Twitter in Spring 2010, and I’ve been enjoying it ever since. Quite some time ago, I wrote a post with my favorite tweeps.

  • Our Year on Twitter: Science in #SocialMedia (Trends in Immunology journal)
  • How to Make Twitter Work for You (and for Science)

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  • But I’ve never Tweeted!

But I’ve never tweeted!

Attending a conference and want to participate, but you don’t know what to say? Here’s your guide for 1st time social media-ites! We are breaking down the hashtags to help you begin your social adventure.

  • Promote Your Journal using Social Media

Promote your journal using social media | Editor Resources

Social media is an amazing tool for journal editors. Many editors are already are using Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn to create an online community for their journals. This, in turn, is providing them with an ideal platform to raise the profile of their journal and promote their content.

  • Early Career Research Toolbox: Social Media for Scientists

Early Career Researcher Toolbox: Social Media for Scientists

Before I started writing for the Addgene blog, sharing Chemistry Cat memes was how I used social media as a scientist. I mean, I had a LinkedIn page and a Twitter handle, but I wasn’t using them to my professional advantage.

  • Social Media Guide for Journal Editors

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●      Navigating the Socialsphere: A How-to Guide for Promoting Your Scientific Career Online. Want to try a tweet?

Navigating the Socialsphere: A How-to Guide for Promoting Your Scientific Career Online


By the end of the session you will learn:
• how to tweet
• how to promote your science
• best practices

Registration is free!
Participants can submit questions and comments now or during the live event.

Daisy Shu, PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow
Schepens Eye Research Institute of Mass Eye and Ear,
Harvard Medical School
@EyeDaisyShu


Eric Perkins, PhD
Director of Product Management
Addgene
@AllostEricSite


Samira Kiani, MD
Associate Professor
University of Pittsburgh
@samira_kiani1

Don’t miss this interactive webinar!
Send us your questions and twitter handle before the webinar!

Wednesday, November 11, 2020 6PM EST

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I’m a (insert role) at (tag institute you work for) studying (insert your field of research) Follow me! @ASIPath Social Media Workshop for Scientists #ASIPSocial #ASIPVirtual Navigating the Socialsphere: A How-to Guide for Promoting Your Scientific Career Online https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUkde-vqzMtH9UlBdDHSVhYOjBOCEZtC8oR


We will provide more sample tweets after registration!


Sponsored by the ASIP Committee for Career Development and Diversity

Organizers:

Andrew W. Duncan, PhD
@DuncanWAndrew
University of Pittsburgh


Daisy Shu, PhD
@EyeDaisyShu
Harvard University


Chad Walesky, PhD
@ChadWaleskyPhD
Harvard University


Francisco Carrillo-Salinas, PhD
@FranCarrilloPhD
Tufts University


Marina Anastasiou, BS
@emmy_a_
Tufts University


Gina LaBorde
@GinaLaBorde1
ASIP

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