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First Friday Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Liz Georgakopoulos
14:28
Liz Georgakopoulos she/they New England Aquarium in Boston, MA
Lupita Sandoval
14:54
Hi! I'm in San Diego and the weather is great:)
Katelyn Tovey
15:02
Katelyn (she/her), Toronto, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada
Mary Poudel
15:07
Mary Poudel, Education Curator, Salisbury Zoo, Salisbury Zoo, MD
Joanne Chisnall
15:15
Joanne Chisnall, Bermuda Zoological Society, Bermuda Aquarium Museum and Zoo
Bobbi Miller
15:26
Bobbi Miller - Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle, Washington
Lizzie Sibbald
15:32
Lizzie (she/her), Toronto, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada. Marketing and Comms :)
Courtney Pace
15:32
Courtney Pace, she/hers, the Oregon Coast Aquarium, located in Newport, OR!
Kerry Morgan
15:37
Kerry Morgan (she/her), Oregon Coast Aquarium
Christine DeMichael
16:02
John Towey, Comm Manager, Palm Beach Zoo!!
Emily Veith
16:07
Emily Veith, Marketing Assistant at Fresno Chaffee Zoo in Fresno, CA
Tarynn Gibbs
16:21
Tarynn, San Jose CA, Happy Hollow Zoo, docent and Youth Board Member :)
Sara Roberts
16:24
Oregon Coast Aquarium teacher programs manager, hello!
Danni Logue
16:34
Danni (she/her) Jenkinson's Aquarium
Corrie Ignagni
17:02
Corrie, Digital Media Manager, Roger Williams Park Zoo :)
Kim Romary
17:08
Greetings from Kim Romary, Director of Marketing, Kansas City Zoo
Danny Badger
17:26
Danny Badger, MIT Sea Grant
Kim Romary
18:02
Greetings from Kim Romary, Director of Marketing, Kansas City Zoo
Hannah Moy
33:31
Awesome, thank you for that! (I use TikTok personally, but am curious how we can use it at Shedd)
Courtney Pace
36:00
Courtney here from Oregon Coast Aquarium--Have you noticed more heated/politicized comments on your posts that include calls to action? Obviously the tone of the commenters can vary in intensity, and some are easier to reply to than others. With what frequency do you hide/delete comments vs. letting the conversations play out?
Lizzie Sibbald
36:16
We’ve just started our tik tok at Ripley’s. It will definitely be a time commitment!
Ashleigh Braggs
36:19
"True or not" content: I've seen research that suggests mythbusting content can inadvertently reinforce the myths. Has anyone experienced this. Any strategies to mitigate?
Ashleigh Braggs
38:24
"True or not" content: I've seen research that suggests mythbusting content can inadvertently reinforce the myths. Has anyone experienced this? Any strategies to mitigate?
Courtney Pace
41:05
Excellent--thank you for your answers!
Melissa Donnelly
41:21
Yeah, I second the comment above. Especially with bat research, we get a lot of misinformation spread. There's this really great article that was published (specific to communicating bats to the public). I'll see if I can find the link
Hannah Moy
42:58
Haha I'd appreciate a part 2, if you're serious about that!
Melissa Donnelly
43:04
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0006320720307084?via%3Dihub
Lizzie Sibbald
43:16
Would love to do another session! Haha!
Courtney Pace
44:49
Definitely would appreciate a part 2, if that's a possibility. Thank you all for you time!
Lizzie Sibbald
45:48
Thanks for the feedback! Influencer marketing is a new horizon to navigate for sure! But focusing on local influencers has been our strategy. :)
Hannah Moy
46:18
Thank you so much, this was great and really relevant!
Lupita Sandoval
46:18
part 2 please!
Sara Roberts
46:43
thank you!