The annual Science Online conference is currently underway in North Carolina. It attracts mainly scientists and science writers who use the internet to advance science communication. Everyone at the conference is extremely Twitter-savvy, and it’s impossible to keep up with the #scio13 hashtag, but I’ve created a Storify below that includes some of the tweets from some of the sessions that you might be interested in. From the first day I included sessions about first person narrative in talking about your research, about using visual metaphors, about outreach, about electronic notebooks, and about peer review. The Storify will be updated over the weekend to include more sessions as they happen.
If you’re not at the conference, you might still be able to join one of the affiliated Watch Parties that are taking place across the world to allow others to view some of the sessions. I’m co-hosting the London Watch Party tomorrow. (Feel free to join if you’re nearby!)