Nature Masterclasses Series 2023 “Increasing Your Visibility as a Researcher Using Social Media”

Waktu : Rabu, 25 Oktober 2023 - Jumat, 27 Oktober 2023

The webinar is currently accessible on the Nature Masterclasses On-demand platform. You may view the materials by following this link.

Do you already use social media to share your latest findings, but struggle to make yourself visible to a wider audience and grow your network? Are you deeply passionate about your work, but still need strategies to communicate it in a creative, interesting, and accessible way? If these speak to you, please join us for this exciting webinar "Increasing your visibility as a researcher using social media" at the end of October.

In the one-hour webinar, we shall explore:
- The first steps to establishing visibility on social media & keeping an audience
- Creative approaches to sharing scientific findings on social media
- Networking on social media as a researcher and reaching people in your area of study
- Using social media to build a researcher profile to the best of your benefit

We warmly welcome you to join us for “increasing your visibility as a researcher using social media” on a day and time that is convenient for you. The learning content for both sessions will be the same.

Latest update: 6 October 2023


25 Oct 2023 at 1 pm – 2 pm (GMT+7)
27 Oct 2023 at 2:30 am – 3:30 am (GMT+7)

Category Workshop
Language English
Participants Dosen UGM, Tenaga kependidikan tetap UGM, Mahasiswa S2 UGM, Mahasiswa S3 UGM
Location Virtual event

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To get the most out of this webinar, we highly recommend you work through our communications-related, on-demand course, “Effective Science Communication” before you join.

Should there be further inquiries, do not hesitate to contact Rafieiy.

About the trainer

Dr. Sophia Gad-Nasr, a rising cosmologist and astroparticle physicist working on dark matter. With a Twitter/X following of over 70k and a palpable passion for science communication, Sophia is well-known for effectively engaging an online audience with her work using varied online content. Her active and strategic engagement with social media as a researcher has also earned her a Social Media Manager Fellowship at the University of California, Irvine.