Greetings from STEMsocial, one of the oldest projects on this chain!
As you all know, STEMsocial aims at providing, on Hive, a space for STEM experts and passionate bloggers to freely share their knowledge in a great social media environment. In other words, we aim at building a unique way to communicate about the STEM disciplines.
We feature all kinds of STEM articles delivered by our community members, and we are happy to be able to learn day after day about the specific topics brought by our authors.
However, we noticed at the same time that... we do not know most our community members. Moreover, why stopping at blogging? Lifefeeds could be put in place as well!
And so, this is why we made this post!
Getting to Know the STEM enthusiasts on Hive and beyond
So, are you a STEM expert with credentials in any STEM or similar discipline (Bachelor, Master, PhD, etc.)? Are you a dedicated STEM hobbyist heavily involved in some field(s) for many years? Or, are you simply a lover of all things STEM?
Please let us know! Tell us a little bit more about yourselves!
If you already have a Hive account, you can leave a 1-2 line blurb about yourself in the comments section of this post, write a proper post within the STEMsocial community (#hive-196387), or even do both (to ensure we don't miss you).
If you don't have any Hive account and are interested in joining STEMsocial? Pass by Discord, the Hive Chat, Twitter or Facebook to reach us out and get a free account. You can also have a look to signup.hive.io to get it by yourself.
Towards STEMsocial live events
The content available from STEMsocial is currently in the form of blogs. While blogging is certainly the most popular and minimal way for content creation, we live in the 21st century and we would like to go beyond that.
To start, with all STEMsocial talents on board, we aim at setting up live events (hopefully) monthly. During these events, one of our experts will, for about an hour, discuss and share his knowledge on a given topic. Of course, each presentation will be followed by a question session from any attendees.
In other words, we want to make the best out of the resource we call people here in the community.
But before all that, we need to know which experts are around. In a second step, we plan to set, together with our (voluntary) experts, a proposal for the topics to be discussed in May and June. The practical details will also be discussed and setup soon (video recording, discord, 3speak, etc.).
If you like what we do, please consider:
- supporting our funding proposal;
- approving our witness (@stem.witness);
- delegating to the @steemstem account (or trailing it).
PS: This article has been formatted for the STEMsocial front-end. Please see here for a better reading.