The way that information is being shared is constantly changing as are the pathways for communicating with the public. You may be a wiz in the lab, but do you know the right formula for developing your social media presence? How are scientists using social media to communicate the value of their science with the public, the media, policymakers, and others in their community? Join Chris McCarthy, Manager of Social Media and Member Engagement with the American Chemical Society, as he shares the role that social media plays in science communication and how to improve your online skills.
How scientists are using social media tools like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram for science communication (and how you can too!)
How to tailor your message depending on your goals, your audience, and the social media platform you are using
What resources ACS and other science organizations offer to help you improve your science communication skills
Date: Thursday, July 13, 2017 @ 2-3pm ET
Fee: Free to Attend
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