Communicating your research
14 & 19 March 2019
Run by Media Players International, these two one-day workshops will help you understand what makes for good communication through the general media and through short podcasts, the two most useful vehicles for reaching the public. They also directly address the issues of impact and media strategy required by the Research Excellence Framework.
The two workshops are stand alone and can be signed up to individually or as a pair.
Preparing an Effective Podcast - Fully Booked
0900-1700 | Thursday 14 March | Central London
This one day workshop will help you to pitch your podcast correctly to the target audience, to organise your thoughts and consider the best ways to present them. We will give you the skills to present the podcast in a talk format, and the interviewing skills to make an interview/conversation style podcast.
Media Skills - limited spaces left
0900-1700 | Tuesday 19 March | Central London
This interactive workshop leads from identifying the elements of a good media story in academic research, through the challenges of dealing with the media and the competing pressures of academic and journalistic methods to final on-camera interviews and playback analysis.
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