Using social media for scholarship: SigmaCast, Episode 18
Kimberly Acquaviva, PhD, MSW, CWE is the Betty Norman Norris Endowed Professor at The University of Virginia School of Nursing. Dr. Acquaviva is the lead author of a recent publication title “Documenting Social Media Engagement as Scholarship: A New Model for Assessing Academic Accomplishment for the Health Professions.” Host: Matt Howard, DNP, RN, CEN, TCRN, CPEN, CPN: Director of Scholarship Resources, Sigma
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In this episode, we will discuss how one individual used social media to bring together a large interdisciplinary research team to answer a compelling research question.
Host: Matt Howard, DNP, RN, CEN, TCRN, CPEN, CPN: Director of Scholarship Resources, Sigma
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