Science Communication in a Digital Age: Social Media and the American Fisheries Society

@inproceedings{Claussen2013ScienceCI,
  title={Science Communication in a Digital Age: Social Media and the American Fisheries Society},
  author={Julie E. Claussen and Patrick B. Cooney and Julie M. Defilippi and Sarah Gilbert Fox and Sarah M. Glaser and Elden W. Hawkes and Clifford Patton Hutt and Marissa Heisler Jones and Iris M. Kemp and Aaron Lerner and Stephen R Midway and Shivonne Nesbit and Jeremiah D. Osborne-Gowey and Ryan Roberts and Cleve Steward},
  year={2013}
}
ABSTRACT Social media platforms are effective tools used to help communicate and increase involvement in cultural, political, and scientific circles. In 2012, an ad hoc committee was established to explore online fisheries science communication and how social media platforms can be utilized by the American Fisheries Society (AFS). A survey was disseminated to all AFS units (chapters, sections, divisions) and student subunits to better understand the current use of social media within the AFS. A… CONTINUE READING

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