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8th November 2017

Tweeting birds: social media promotes ornithology citations

Posted in: Altmetric, blog, blogging, Facebook, sciblogging, scicomm, science blogging, science communication, social media, Twitter

Communication of science as an integral part of research, not an unnecessary add-on

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18th August 2017

#TheTweetingBird

Posted in: Altmetric, altmetrics, Facebook, sciblogging, scicomm, science blogging, science communication, social media, Twitter

Using social media to communicate science in order to benefit your research

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16th August 2017

Twitter masterclass 13

Posted in: scicomm, science communication, social media, Twitter

Is your Twitter profile fit for purpose? Are you attracting or putting off followers?

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4th August 2017

How social is #AOSSCO17?

Posted in: Community, Conferences, engagement, Facebook, scicomm, science communication, social media, Twitter

Ornithologists are a social bunch, which is easy to see at #AOSSCO17 here in Michigan. But can we measure how social they are in promoting their research, particularly online? Steve Dudley BOU   At #NAOC2016 last year, I attempted to measure the social media presence of those attending the largest ever ornithology meeting. The only […]

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21st July 2017

Working for our ornithology community

Posted in: Altmetric, altmetrics, authors, blog, blogging, BOU, BOU series, Community, IBIS, Journal, new articles, People, sciblogging, scicomm, science blogging, science communication, social media, Twitter

Read how the BOU supports the ornithology community

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19th July 2017

Of writing and Redshanks – the benefits of blogging with the BOU

Posted in: Altmetric, blog, blogging, BOU, BOU series, communication, Community, IBIS, Journal, People, sciblogging, scicomm, Science, science blogging, science communication, social media

#theBOUblog has forged a reputation for delivering for authors wanting to promote their research

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14th July 2017

The BOU: who we are, what we do

Posted in: blog, blogging, BOU, BOU series, BOURC, Community, early career, early-career researcher, ECR, engagement, funding, grants, Grants Committee, IBIS, Journal, People, Records Committee, sciblogging, scicomm, science blogging, science communication, social media, volunteers

BOU is about community. Learn about why we do what we do from some of our members.

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30th June 2017

BOU – we’re better when we’re together

Posted in: Altmetric, altmetrics, authors, BOU, BOU series, Community, IBIS, People, scicomm, Science, science communication, social media

How does a small society keep it together?

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30th June 2017

Using social media to promote ornithological research and contribute to published articles’ altmetrics

Posted in: Altmetric, altmetrics, Facebook, Journal, journal metrics, scicomm, science communication, social media, Twitter

You can help drive your own articles’ altmetrics

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28th June 2017

The BOU – a personal perspective from the US

Posted in: BOU, BOU series, Community, IBIS, People, scicomm, social media, Twitter

The BOU educates and motivates members to engage with others

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13th December 2016

Conference tweeting: what is it good for?

Posted in: Conferences, scicomm, social media, Twitter

Can we do better as presenters and hosts to maximise our conference outreach?

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2nd March 2016

The #ornithology tag on Twitter

Posted in: hashtags, News, scicomm, science communication, social media, Twitter

Steve Dudley BOU When @IBIS_journal wanted to group its science content tweets, and encourage others to share their avian science tweets with us and others, we looked at the various options and the various hashtags already being used. We soon disregarded the #bird and #birds tags as far too general and science tweets would simply […]

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31st August 2015

Social media – bringing it all together

Posted in: blog, blogging, communications, Facebook, scicomm, science communication, social media, Twitter

What you need to know about social media

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