I love how social media brings people together. Check out my guide to social media for academics, including Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube and more.
Taking a break from social media has so many benefits. And practically no consequences. This post is all about how it can help you.
This post is all about enjoying your time on social media. Academics and researchers are busy, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't enjoy your social media life.
PhD candidate Jessica Doble researches fanfiction and online communities in popular culture media.
We chat about Instagram, Twitter, and having the feed you really want.
I chat with Daisy Shu, a postdoc at Harvard's Schepens Eye Research Institute.
We talk about her journey to enjoying social media and the people who inspired her. Then, learn about her experience crowdfunding her PhD research!
Whether you have a new book hitting stores, or are just starting on your manuscript, social media is the best way to get the word out there.
Let's talk about what you need before you share your new book on social media. Because the time to start talking is now.
I chat with Jazmine Benjamin, a Cellular and Molecular Biology PhD student at University of Alabama at Birmingham.
She's made great connections on social media. Learn about her research, and social media life!
I chat with Dr. Echo Rivera, who helps academics and scientists communicate through presentations.
We talk about using Twitter all day, jumping into conversations, and more.
Every presentation or talk you give is a chance to make an impact.
Announcing your talk on social media is not the bad kind of self-promotion.
Let's talk talk about the benefits, like finding the right audience.
GRAD STUDENT INTERVIEW:
I chat with Greg-Loring Albright, a 2nd year Communications and Media PhD student at Drexel University. We talk about game design, Twitter, and social media life.
Academic writing takes a long time. Peer review is slow.
That's why it's so important to start talking about your project now.