Free Webinar: Making your research more accessible, 2 Dec
11 November 2019
Public Engagement - training
Science Education Consultant Sai Pathmanathan will share her 20+ years’ experience of running successful public engagement activities across STEM to offer some top tips on:
- Identifying what it is about your research that makes it exciting/relevant to public audiences
- Choosing the right audience for you
- Understanding your audience and how to tailor your message for them
- Identifying what it is you’d like to achieve and how you’ll measure this
This webinar on 2 December 2019 from 12:00-12:45 is free and open to all, but will be particularly useful to researchers with a little experience of public engagement already and who would like to take this to the next level and/or start designing their own activities.
Register by Thursday 28 November 2019
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