3 thoughts on “Social media and the impact agenda”

  1. I am sure it would. But it is also important to acknowledge the difference between the potential of social media for doing X vs. the challenges of doing so – e.g., I found it so much easier to network and engage in conversations when there were fewer users; and I may not be totally honest in my ‘reflections’ if I think that it may be used against me.

  2. It does lend itself to a diagram of sorts though, which may be easier to talk through. Given the emphasis on impact and the haziness around social media, I think that clarifying points and highlighting routes would be useful for many in academia.

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