For more information: Researcher Development (Researcher-Development@sussex.ac.uk)
Trainer: Dr Sarah Robins-Hobden
Target audience: Doctoral researchers at all stages and from all disciplines.
Communicating your research to non-specialists in a concise and engaging way is a premier skill for researchers: not everyone does it well, yet everyone has the capacity to do so. This webinar brings together some crucial factors for success.
Take-away tools will support you in understanding your audiences, choosing what to include and what to leave out; constructing an engaging and meaningful narrative; and how to tailor the detail of your research (and its impact) in accessible language.
Tools that will enable you to construct a concise and engaging narrative of your research, by:
Technical details: This is an interactive workshop: participants are expected to be present in every sense, which means email off, cameras on, and ready to take part in activities, discussions, and small group breakout rooms. This programme is not suitable for those looking for a passive learning experience.
Please join a few minutes early - the Zoom room will be open ten minutes before - and we will start on time. Note that because of the format of this programme, late arrivals will not be able to join after the workshop has started.
Bookings are now closed, email email@example.com if you wish to sign up. The link to join this workshop will be sent to your Sussex email address one day before the event.Subscribe to the waiting list through Sussex Direct and be notified when a new course becomes available.