Using social media for professional communication and promotion of your research or teaching can elevate your public profile and enhance your networking capabilities. Participating in social media as an academic is quickly becoming a necessary component of a professional profile.
But how do you get started? How do you learn what works on any given social media platform? Where do you find resources? And how do you measure success?
Whether you are trying to get started or you already have accounts on multiple platforms, this session will offer overviews, insights, support, and a tactical direction to make social media approachable and useful for you, both personally and professionally.
Lunch and individual support available after the session.
Although desktop computers will be available for use, we encourage bringing a personal device (laptop, tablet, or smartphone) and power cord to enhance the experience.
Twister Marquiss, Manager, Marketing and Communications, McCoy College of Business
Dr. Josh Daspit, Associate Professor, Department of Management
Harley Miller, Digital Design Specialist, University Libraries
Tuesday, May 17, 2022, 9 a.m. – noon, Alkek One GeoSpace, Room 105
Round Rock faculty: We would love for you to join us in person, if you are unable, please contact Faculty Development for an alternative participation option at email@example.com.
This workshop supports the university’s goal to provide the necessary services, resources, and infrastructure to support the university’s strategic direction, including programs to sustain a highly qualified, diverse, motivated, and satisfied faculty.