Twitter InfoGraphic

28 April 2020

Want to know more about using Twitter for scicomm? PCST member Ki-Youn Kim has created this useful infographic. Ki-Youn Kim is passionate about research and crafting multi-media products to make science accessible and relevant. She is the Community Development Coordinator at the Chemical Institute of Canada.

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If you’d like to follow more people on Twitter, the list below is a great place to start!

  • @alieward
  • @Constababble
  • @FromTheLabBench
  • @iamscicomm
  • @IAmSciArt
  • @JohnCook
  • @KHayhoe
  • @SarahMackAttack
  • @scicomm_jc

Hashtags you should follow in #SciComm Twitter will vary depending on what community you overlap with. To get you started, here are some of the most popular ones:

  • #AcademicTwitter / #AcademicChatter
  • #DataViz
  • #InclusiveSciComm
  • #Outreach
  • #PhDChat / #PhDLife
  • #SciComm
  • #Science

(Remember to capitalize the first letter in each word. It makes it more accessible and easier to read.)