Social media is an important tool for extending your audience outreach and enabling largescale communication. There are many benefits to using social media for research:
If you choose to use the social media environment to further curate your scholarly presence, it is important to develop a strategy. RRU researchers Jaime Clifton-Ross, Prof. Ann Dale and Dr. Jaigris Hodson have developed a series of best practices to help develop a social media strategy in Part 3 of their guide “Academic Research Curation Best Practices".
*This section is adapted under a Creative Commons Attribution - NonCommercial NoDerivatives 4.0 International license from Academic Research Curation Best Practices authored by Jaime Clifton-Ross, Prof. Ann Dale and Dr. Jaigris Hodson, Royal Roads University.