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This builds on the introductory workshop (Telling Stories that Matter) and introduces new elements of great storytelling including clarity, summary and message.

COURSE DETAILS

This highly interactive workshop will be based around an example of writing an explainer or news article for the wider, non-specialist public website (though the lessons can be applied to any communication context).

It is highly recommended that you will have already attended the introductory workshop (Telling Stories That Matter), or equivalent introductory workshops on storytelling.

Brief reading material will be provided to ensure you are up to date with the fundamentals of storytelling that are the basis of this workshop.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

By the end of the course participants will be able to:

  • Apply storytelling elements to their research story.
  • Increase understanding of effective storytelling elements including summary and clarity.

INTENDED FOR

DPhil, Research Staff, MSD & MPLS

NUMBER OF PLACES

30 

DATE/TIME

30th November 2023 | 10.00 - 13.00

BOOKING INFORMATION

Book your place on Putting Stories to work by clicking here.

Please note that this course will be delivered on-line and you will receive a link to the appropriate system in the days preceding the course.

COURSE LEADER

Robert Holtom

TERMS & CONDITIONS

When registering for this course, please check our Terms and Conditions.