Up to June 27, every Wednesday, the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation organises a series of online training on social networks to prepare the "Fête de la Science" (Science Day).
The sharing of knowledge, scientific mediation and its uses, its specificities and good practices are at the heart of the "Débat 2.0" series implemented by the Ministry and the Indéscience association will try to answer the issue every research (and others) are asking themselves: "How can social networks improve (inter)actions of scientific culture?"
In order to prepare the Science Day held in all institutions of higher education and research from October 6 to 14, the #FDSLive training series is open to everyone. The event offers a series of guides describing how to use social networks for cultural and scientific mediation in the form of hangouts. This will grant more visibility to scientific projects while exchanging with other players of scientific culture.
In practical terms, the videos present examples of network uses and offer tips from experts regarding how to use the potential of the medias that are now mandatory for a good communication in order to reach a new audience and share knowledge more efficiently.
The next #FDSLive is schedule for May 31 at 1 pm in live on the Youtube channel of the Fête de la Science.
The previous editions may also be of interest:
- [#FDSLive 1] Social networks and medias: Who for? What for? How?
- [#FDSLive 2] Facebook and Twitter: examples of uses and good practices
- [#FDSLive 3] Instagram and Snapchat: uses, specificities and good practices
- [#FDSLive 4] YouTube and video format at the service of scientific mediation