Readings Week 10 & 11: Capital Campaigns, Annual Campaigns, Planned Giving

Hi all, Welcome back from Spring Break! Try to read 1-3 for Monday’s session, and then skim 4-7. They will be the subject of conversations both on Monday’s session and next week. Readings: Week 10: Capital campaigns FLMNH: How to Give CHE: Aiming for Billions FundsForNGOs: What is a capital campaign?…

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Readings Week 7: Social Media

UF Social Media Policy Bik HM, Goldstein MC (2013) An Introduction to Social Media for Scientists. PLoS Biol 11(4): e1001535: http://bit.ly/ZjhtV0 Beth Kenkel. Social media as a scientist: a very quick guide: http://tinyurl.com/y8f7ztag Pew Research Center Report on Global Use of Social Media [link to WEBSITE] The Rise in Social…

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Readings Week 2: Crowdfunding

Byrnes JEK, Ranganathan J, Walker BLE, Faulkes Z (2014) To Crowdfund Research, Scientists Must Build an Audience for Their Work. PLoS ONE 9(12): e110329 Video by authors about Byrnes et al. 2014 Vachelard J, Gambarra-Soares T, Augustini G, Riul P, Maracaja-Coutinho V (2016) A Guide to Scientific Crowdfunding. PLoS Biol14(2): e1002373.…

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Readings Week 5: Crowdfunding Videos

Read Forbes: How To Make A Crowdfunding Video That Works (note that this is for the private sector): http://tinyurl.com/y72pa4k3 Kickstarter: How to make an awesome video: http://tinyurl.com/yd5s4aqh Ricky Telg: Producing your own video program   Review: The Scientist Videographer: http://tinyurl.com/ydap8ssn and https://tinyurl.com/ruxerdv SciFund video Class Notes: http://tinyurl.com/yd79lljd

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