Media Hooks for Faculty Websites

June 10, 2010 at 9:14 am Leave a comment

internetThe need for content rich research and laboratory websites are nothing new.  This is really a necessary way for faculty to communicate their work to colleagues as well as potential collaborators, graduate students, and funders.  See our previous post on The Media & You for a fantastic example of a Brown faculty member’s successful website.

Bora Zivkovic, adjunct chronobiology faculty at NC Wesleyan College, recently wrote about the coverage of scientific news in the media.  He describes that today’s media articles or clips (radio) provide lots of hooks that get readers and listeners interested in a topic and then quickly refer them to a website for more information.  This is a direct need that faculty can address with a website that allows them to accurately portray and explain their research.

For additional information on developing websites for faculty research, see All About Me Dot Com.

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