"The reward and risk of social media for academics" a new comment article in by and - peer reviewed by so many fantastic tweeps (thank you!).
"If we want our institutions to excel and modernise, we had better get engaged online." Three academics explain the benefits and risks of social media 👉 | #ResearchCulture
"Social media provides a voice to the scientists behind the science. [They can] vent frustrations, share personal victories and setbacks, and seek out role models and voices who may otherwise be hidden or not heard." 👏, + 👉
This is an *outstanding* article for sooooo many reasons. As the person who runs the social media for ⁦@500womensci⁩ I’m especially thrilled that they called out the #socialmedia efforts of us and our partners. #scicomm
Great comment by , , and in Nature Reviews Chemistry, fully in line with my own experience. I think social media and Twitter in particular are fantastic, if used correctly.
#FridayRead: Interesting piece from in on the reward & risk of social media for academics #ScienceTwitter
Interesting read: The rewards and risk of social media for academics. "We can use social media to escape the ivory tower and reach more important and influential audiences (that is, the general public)" #scicomm
Academics , and write in about how (and why) to get the best from #ScienceTwitter.
Agree with this, have made many valuable interactions via twitter and some great friends and colleagues but it can also be a toxic place: Rad this great piece by ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
Late to this thoughtful piece on the pros and cons of social media for academics by changemakers , &
The reward and risk of social media for academics
"The reward and risk of social media for academics" , - #AcademicTwitter