Intro to Communicating Your Science Online training, 8 June
20 May 2020
Public Engagement - training Training and development
As part of Oxford Sparks ‘Science at Home’ campaign we are hosting a training webinar on 8 June, 10-11am for those of you who would like some further guidance, or anyone who is interested to learn some more about science communication.
We’ll cover the basic ingredients of good science communication and how you can take part in online activities to engage the public. Prof Chris Lintott (presenter of BBC Sky at Night and author) will be there to share some of his experiences and to answer your questions.
The webinar is taking place on 8 June, 10-11am. Sign up to be sent details on how to join.
Following this support will be available to help you do great online engagement, so sign up using the form above to contribute.
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