As a researcher you need the skills to communicate clearly and to the point in a lot of situations: When interacting with other scientists or colleagues with a different background; when writing applications, when giving interviews to journalists.
During Publicér's Workshop on Effective Science Communication you work hands on with communicating your own science. You learn the basics of journalistic writing and how to adapt the journalistic method to oral and written presentations as well as videos.
You carry home a set of tools making it so much easier to explain your research the next time you need to do so.
The workshop has been approved for ECTS-points at six Danish universities. Former participants from Aalborg University, University of Copenhagen, Technical University of Denmark, IT University of Copenhagen, and researcheres from Region Zealand have given the workshop top ratings.
Further info and booking
Journalist Marianne Bom, +45 262 82341, email@example.com
PhD-students, postdocs, senior scientists, professors etc.
The course is a 2-day workshop building on the principles of ‘learning by doing’. You are invited to participate actively in a comfortable learning environment, where you and the fellow participants discuss, cooperate and inspire each other. The workshop is dynamic, demanding and entertaining: Brief theoretical and practical instructions by the lecturers are followed by individual work or group work on issues like:
• How to get your message through to your audience
• How to do a successful oral presentation or a video presentation
• How to translate science talk/writing to a language understood by the general public
• How to work with the press
• How to plan your strategic communication and become noticed