The CGIAR mosaic banner was one of the first pieces of work I completed when I joined the CGIAR Consortium office as their Online Media Coordinator.
While you receive excellent exposure by the nature of media outreach, it’s welcome content that can be shared through your social media networks.
We’re all doing a combination of online activities, multimedia and innovations on communicating science.
I would imagine this is the first time a CGIAR Center has released a song, an auto-tuned song, featuring the late Norman Borlaug, who is often referred to as the ‘father of the green revolution’. I would also put money down to say this is the first time agriculture science has been auto-tuned.
Last week’s hangout was a lot of fun, we hope you enjoyed listening in! If you missed it, don’t fret; it’s available in the YouTube video below.
This, the third and final discussion on Hosting a Hangout, will finish up the series and show you what do once you’ve turned down the spotlights and all the camera’s have been switched off.
It’s that time of year when every expert and his blog are giving their predictions and trends for 2014, whether it be jobs, the stock market, or, my own area of interest, digital marketing and social media.
So you’re setup, prepared, and ready to broadcast your Google+ Hangout Live on Air. Following on from last week’s Hosting a Hangout: Setup and Preparation guide, I’ll make sure your chat doesn’t fall flat when you’re live on air.
I’ve recently been very excited by the potential of Google+ Hangouts for a variety of reasons; staying in touch with family around the world, global meetings, and live Hangouts on Air. For the first time a few weeks ago I hosted the very first Social Media for Science Communicators Live Hangout.