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UCCRI Early Career Researcher Programme- How to make social media work for you and your research

This workshop will explore the pros and cons of using social media to communicate your research and expand your academic network, with Barney Brown, Head of Digital Communications for the University of Cambridge .
When Mar 09, 2018
from 12:00 PM to 02:00 PM
Where David Attenborough Building
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This workshop will explore the pros and cons of using social media to communicate your research and expand your academic network. It will include an introduction to the most useful channels to use, what makes them distinct from each other, and how you can make the best use of them. As the majority of successful social media is highly visual, the session will also include a primer on taking photos and making films with smart phones. Barney Brown, the Head of Digital Communications for the University of Cambridge will be leading the session, and will be on hand afterwards to talk through any ongoing plans or ideas you might have to use social media.

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