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Sorry, I need to leave now, but thank you so much for such interesting talks1
to Katherine- will you return to real life research cafes or do a hybrid?
For Katherine, on moving your events to online have you had to change how you advertise them? Have you had any issues with academics feeling they're now getting too many emails?
Thank you - those were two very well presented and interesting talks.
a question for Katherine - if we return to campus-based activity in the Autumn, will you do anything differently? is there anything that you want to revert to in terms of face-to-face vs online?
Tyler - for people wanting to expand their social media profiles, what are some of the pitfalls they should try to avoid?
to both: what- if anything- has been the hardest thing to replicate online (in terms of making research connections during covid)
How do both of you think your researchers are holding up in this time?
Lamin Sanneh - AREF
To Katherine: What was your biggest challenge running an event online for the first time? If any, how did you manage it?
Speaking of unschedule time, here's my salmon soup recipe in case anyone is interested. It's really good! https://twitter.com/tylershores/status/1373341332408778758
To both - any tips for researchers in choosing which online events to go to? There's so much choice (locally, nationally, internationally) it can be overwhelming
I considered skipping this one because of the weather, but I am so glad I came (and sat in the sun too!) Thank you for a fantastic session!
thank you Katherine and Tyler - really interesting thoughts to take away!
Thank you. Teresa
Thank you, a very interesting event
Thank you! Brilliant
thanks, this was really interesting :)
Thank you guys - really interesting talks. I love soup Tyler.
Thanks so much!
Thank you - really interesting and useful!