Are you using twitter to your advantage for your research, writing?

     How do you cram thousands of words of research into 140 characters? What kind of tone should      you take in tweeting to be most effective?

Twitter is quickly becoming one of the most effective ways to spread information. According to         twitter, they have more than 200 million users who generating more than 200 million tweets             per day. Additionally, the site handles more than 1.6 billion search queries per day, making                 helping it quickly become a place where conversations are happening in real time.

Check out this great how to from Amy Mollett, Danielle Moran and Patrick Dunleavy at the                   London School of Economics and Political Science to learn ways to leverage twitter for                           academic research advancement.

Special thanks to SAGE staffers Jim Gilden and Lori Hart for pointing out this great resource!

     
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