Using Social Media

Twitter and Facebook iconsWe launched the Feedback Loop blog about six months ago. What do you think so far? You can e-mail me or share comments about our post topics, frequency, e-mail alerts, general usefulness, etc. I’d also like your thoughts on how we can create more opportunities for you to join the conversation by posting comments.

This blog was our first foray into the new world of social media. Since then, we’ve launched a Twitter feed Exit icon and Facebook page Exit icon to inform the public about NIGMS-funded research advances and our science education materials. NIH is also on Twitter Exit icon and Facebook Exit icon with health-related material for the public as well as a separate Twitter feed for funding opportunities Exit icon.

If you have suggestions for additional ways we could use social or other media tools to keep you informed, please share them with me or on the Feedback Loop.

One comment on “Using Social Media

  1. I think it’s great that you’ve started a blog. One request — could you please send the full contents through the RSS feed (instead of only the first paragraph) so I don’t have to click through?

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