Share on Social Media

The internet is an excellent resource to collaborate on and share research. But the internet, and social media in particular, are becoming increasingly important venues to advocate for science policy, to share your own opinions on current science policies, and to learn about experts’ insights.

In fact, according to a 2017 Pew Research study, nearly one of every four Americans seek out information about science through social media.

To learn more about effective ways that you can share your expertise and interest in science policy through social media, visit these pages by AAAS and Nature that provide quick and easy to use guides on effectively sharing your voice online.

Want to start right now? Be sure to follow Duke SciPol on Twitter or Facebook to like and share our content – our original policy briefs are published under a Creative Commons BY-SA 4.0 license, so feel free to share them widely! And stay looped in with the science policy conversation on social media by looking for the hashtag #scipol.

 

View the SciPol.org Policy Tracker to learn about new policies and briefs to share on social media.
Visit the SciPol.org Engagement Calendar to find and share upcoming opportunities to engage with the government.