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Engaging Citizens in Research and Innovation: Opportunities and Challenges Afforded by Social Media
Engaging citizens in research and innovation Opportunities and challenges afforded by social media John Breslin, NUI Galway
Me• Lecturer in electronics• Researcher at DERI• Founder of boards.ie• Mad scientist engineer
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Don’t want to dumb down themessage, just make it relevant
Getting attention for the scientiﬁc message• Have you tried asking questions of the public, rather than regurgitating article titles? – Without using a question that may bias the response – Provoking but not being rhetorical• Pique the interest of @inﬂuencers – Get them to tell their fans / followers / friends• Target #topics
“How well was science taught in your high school?”#scienceweek @wiredscience @nytimesscience
Who can best spread your message to the public?IDENTIFY HUBS AND INFLUENCERS
“Is it me or is he looking a little washed out?”“Doctor Jim is so cool”
Anecdote: tweeting out slides from a talk I gave earlier this year• Put slides on SlideShare*• I had referenced various funding institutions, non-proﬁt organisations, etc. in my slides: – And made sure to tell them about it on Twitter!• 500 views in a few hours• 3000 views after a week * http://slidesha.re/europreneurs
For events or topical storiesTARGET KEYWORDS, #HASHTAGS
And explain what the #hashtag is periodically… …for those not in the know… #sciencemedia is for EISRI BTW!
Sometimes, it’s good to be personalBE A FACE, NOT A LOGO
But don’t go too far! “I actually came for the climate change discussion, but all I got was someone on about their lousy barbeque”
Automate your message for sending out at peak times
But make sure the right message goes out…• From: Quora Weekly Digest <digest- email@example.com>• To: firstname.lastname@example.org• Subject: What is it like to have your mother die? - Quora• Message-ID: <1361359522.0682987696506104@mf101>• Date: Wed, 20 Feb 2013 05:25:22 -0600 (CST)
USE EXAMPLES TO SHOW WHYRESEARCH AND INNOVATION ISMONEY WELL SPENT