Webinar: Next level X (Twitter) for Cardiovascular Scientists
This webinar is for cardiovascular researchers who want to step up and increase their research impact with more advanced X (Twitter) features.
Info about event
This workshop is for cardiologists who want to step up and increase their research impact with more advanced features on X (Twitter). It is a follow-up to the workshop that took place in January 2023 at the Danish Cardiovascular Academy and is for X (Twitter) users who have experience using the platform. You may participate even if you did not take part in the first Twitter workshop in January 2023 (see below).
You will be introduced to functionalities that monitor your research field; find and network with international colleagues; and help foster new research ideas.
New features covered:
· Routines to get the right followers on Twitter
· Twitter lists to avoid distractions and network with the right people.
· Combining lists and Tweetdeck (now X Pro)
· Tweetdeck for monitoring your field on Twitter, scheduling posts and automating searches.
· Alternative microblogging and scientific social media platforms like Mastodon
· Twitter Circles
Note: If you have experience using X (Twitter), you may participate even if you did not take part in the first Twitter workshop in January 2023. You need to have tweeted, and interacted with others, on the platform and understand the basics of how X (Twitter) works.
Instructor: Mike Young is the former editor of the University Post at the University of Copenhagen. Since 2016 he has done social media courses and workshops for scientists at universities in Denmark, throughout Europe, and as far afield as the US and Australia. See Mike Young Academy.
Allocation of seats
Please note that you are not guaranteed a seat at the event if you do not meet the target group requirements. Priority is given to early career researchers (PhD-students and Postdoc´s ) employed at Danish research and health-care institutions or in the life science industry. For some events a number of seats may be reserved for international participants employed at research and health-care institutions or in the life science industry. If the event is overbooked, the DCAcademy reserves its right to select participants based on the defined requirements.