Workshop: Twitter for Academic Engagement

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Description: This workshop covers basic to advanced topics in using Twitter for research engagement including setting up a professional Twitter account, who to follow, what to tweet about, how to curate content, and how to get noticed on Twitter. This presentation also includes a mini-workshop on creating Twitter threads about your research.

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This project was presented as an ARES (Northwestern Psychology Graduate Student Workshop) on December 7, 2020 by Cassandra Brandes & Nikita Salovich. Description: Twitter presents unmatched opportunities for early career researchers to make their research known, stay up-to-date on current methods and academic conversations, and build a community. This ARES workshop will cover the ins and outs of u...

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