How to tweet a conference: CHaSE workshop
Using social media around a conference can be a great way to create buzz and raise awareness. It can help in promotion of the event itself as well as broadening the visibility of the speakers to audiences who could not attend in person.
Twitter is the most versatile and widely used social media platform for conference promotion and during this workshop I will discuss strategies and uses for Twitter before, during and after a conference. These strategies will make your event really stand out and to create an extra layer of depth that can repurposed in the future. Whether you are organising an upcoming event or attending, this workshop will help you to stand out on Twitter, whether you have just created your account or whether you are an experienced user.
Please register for this workshop if you would like to cover CHASE on twitter:
NB. Creating a Twitter account will NOT be covered in the workshop so please visit the Twitter website or download the app to create your account before the workshop.
If you want extra tips on setting up your account and how to use Twitter in general, please see Ben Libberton giving a Twitter workshop on the KI You Tube channel
Date for follow up meeting pre-CHASE is March 6, 16.00-17.00
Venue: Korallen, Berzelius väg 3, Floor 4,Campus Solna
About the speaker
Ben Libberton - Postdoctoral Researcher and Public Information Officer at the Swedish Medical Nanoscience Center
Ben is from England and has a PhD in Microbiology from the University of Liverpool. At the Swedish Medical Nanoscience Center, he is responsible for several research projects as well as designing and executing the outreach strategy. His work with outreach has seen research featured on SVT, IFLScience, Dagens Industri, The Huffington Post and Science et Avenir. He is a Community Editor for Nature Partner Journals and regularly collaborates with both Springer Nature and the American Association for the Advancement of Science on academic outreach. He is a board member of Forskom (Sveriges Nätverk för Forskningskommunikation) who aim to improve the communication of Swedish research both within and outside Sweden.Contact person: Emma Hägg