Michel Duquet of the Canadian Historical Association and Nicola Katz of the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences shared lessons from their experiences for effectively developing scholarly associations’ digital presence. In this peer-to-peer exchange, participants learned about:
- Getting started on social engagement
- Platforms that work for the scholarly community
- Measuring and modifying as you go
- Preparing a campaign
- Gearing up for #congressh
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