July 13, 2020 - 9:30 am
July 13, 2020 - 10:30 am
Organised by FENS-Communication Committee.
Social media has become an essential tool in the distribution of scientific information amongst professionals in the field of neuroscience and the general population, with Twitter being the platform most commonly used by scientists. How can scientists (and more specifically neuroscientists) best use Twitter to communicate science (both their own and that of others). This workshop will bring together a panel of four specialists who use Twitter on a regular basis as a tool for science communication. They will share with the audience their tips and tricks on using Twitter from making a good profile and finding the relevant people to follow, to engaging on Twitter, finding content and the best ways to interact with a community.
Dervila Glynn, United Kingdom (FENS Communication Committee Chair, 2018-2020)
Eilís Dowd, Ireland (FENS Communication Committee Member)
Anne Cooke, BNA Chief Executive, United Kingdom
Mo Costandi, journalist, United Kingdom
Helena Ledmyr, INCF Director Development and Communications, Sweden