1165 København K
Seminar — Course for scientists, researchers and research communicators at the University of Copenhagen
Date & Time:
University of Copenhagen, central campus.
University of Copenhagen
The course takes place on 19th March and 9th April 2019, from 9.00 to 12.30.
Platforms like Twitter and LinkedIn allow you to find and reach out to other experts and collaboration partners throughout the world. And they give you a potential global audience for your own specific research field and project.
In this course, you will learn how to monitor specific fields, share via Twitter and LinkedIn networks, and integrate social media into conferences, seminars, research and communication.
You will see what Twitter and LinkedIn can do, and how you as a researcher and communicator can get the platforms to work together. In the course we will go through the following. How to:
The course consists of two morning workshops. In the first one (day one), you find an element within your own research area or specialty that can be used for a catchy concept on Twitter, LinkedIn or other research-oriented platforms.
Your homework between the two workshop days is to implement this concept and to start sharing.
In the second workshop (day 2), you will get feedback on your work so you can refine your concept for even greater impact.
Participants and expectations
For researchers, scientists and communication staff at the University of Copenhagen. The course is relevant for both beginners and experienced users. However, before starting the course, beginners need to have set up a Twitter and LinkedIn account, and to have familiarized yourself with the basic functions of the platform.
Note: The course will be held in English. If all present are Danish-speaking, the course may be held in Danish.
19 March and 9 April 2019, from 9.00 to 12.30 (including lunch)
Mike Young is the former editor of the University Post at the University of Copenhagen. His agency Mike Young Academy has done courses in social media for researchers in Denmark, Norway, Belgium and Switzerland.
Does your department, faculty or university need to boost the international impact and career of your researchers? More about the Mike Young Academy courses in social media for researchers here.