The reddiquette of Reddit, with Imperial College London

Reddit has quite the fearsome reputation. It’s often seen as a place for trolls and quite a scary forum to enter. And, while that’s not entirely without justification, it also doesn’t tell the whole story – it’s also an incredibly engaged community that is really interested and values great content.

That part of the mix means it has great potential for Universities – something a few institutions have realised…one being Imperial College, London. In this, the final episode of this series of our show, we're joined by Andrew Youngson from Imperial to hear all about Reddit, Subreddits, Karma and AMAs.

Andrew is on Twitter @ACYoungson

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