Vol. 64, No. 2 | Summer 2018
 

ABS Social Media

SOCIAL MEDIA AT BEHAVIOUR 2019!

We’re excited to promote a strong social media presence at the upcoming joint conference for ABS and ASAB: Behaviour 2019! Please use Twitter to advertise your presentation (oral and poster) and to discuss the amazing science you see at the conference.

The official conference hashtag is #Behaviour2019. Please also use @AnimBehSociety in your tweets, so you can reach as broad of an audience as possible. During the conference, we will be using Twitter for announcements, reminders, and for other initiatives.

ABS Social Media

We are continuing to be more active on Twitter (@AnimBehSociety) and other social media outlets. We hope to increase the exposure of the work of our society members (you!), and to take an active role in informing the public, policy-makers, and others about the importance of animal behavior research and what we do as scientists. To that end, we do need your help!
 If you are active on Twitter, please mention @AnimBehSociety in tweets about your publications, outreach efforts, teaching, and other accomplishments. We will be happy to retweet them to increase the visibility of your work.


If you are not active on Twitter, please send an email to socialmedia@animalbehaviorsociety.org to let us know of your recent publications/accomplishments - we will get the word out for you!

A few other notes related to our shared efforts:

  • Please do not tweet, send us, or mention @AnimBehSociety in any material that contains personal, politically-charged, or other sensitive items or opinions. We hope to keep our society's social media presence professional.
  • When sending us information about publications/accomplishments please give us a brief (~150 character) description of the work. Make sure this is accessible - avoid jargon and other things that might prevent a broad audience from understanding. Along these lines, consider sending us pictures of your research (field, lab, etc. without materials that may hurt sensitivities) along with the aforementioned brief description. We want to share with the world the enthusiasm of doing animal behavior research!

Thank you in advance for your help in making our society better!

 


 
ABS Newsletter

Please send general correspondence concerning the Society to ABS Secretary, Patty Brennan (secretary@animalbehaviorsociety.org). Deadlines for materials to be included in the Newsletter are the 15th of the month preceding each issue. The next deadline is 15 September, 2019. Articles submitted by members of the Society and judged by the Secretary to be appropriate are occasionally published in the ABS newsletter. The publication of such material does not imply ABS endorsement of the opinions expressed by contributors.

Animal Behaviour

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