Taking a break from social media has so many benefits. And practically no consequences. This post is all about how it can help you.
Meet the Spring 2019 interviewees on The Social Academic: Leigh A. Hall, Greg Loring-Albright, Jazmine Benjamin, Echo Rivera, Daisy Shu, and Jessica Doble.
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.
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.
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.
Curious how other academics are using social media? I'm chatting with faculty and grad students like you.
Meet Leigh A. Hall, PhD, Professor of Adolescent Literature at the University of Wyoming.
Studies of "documented the exacting nature of self-promotion," but the reality is, most researchers and academics are missing out by not connecting with a huge potential audience on social media.
Read my 3 Myths on Social Media and discover why you should get on board.
I see thousands of academics on Twitter every day, and only a fraction of them follow best communication practices for providing the information your students, colleagues, and potential editors need to find you and your work. Check out my list of tips for #AcademicTwitter!