Social media offers a huge amount of scope for connecting your research with large groups of people. At this session we’ll talk about different methods of public engagement, specifically focusing on digital techniques such as blogging, digital storytelling, using social media and some platforms that are out there for you to tap in to. We’ll discuss risks and mitigating for these, as well as how to evaluate success.
Who should attend?
University of Warwick Research Active Staff (research, academic or teaching contracts) and PhD Students.
- Understand different methods of public engagement via digital channels
- Understand what potential risks you might need to consider and how to mitigate for these
- Understand how to evaluate success
Please bring laptops, ipad, smartphones etc.
Public Engagement Team
Further Public Engagement Workshops
Public Engagement Exhibitions: Working with Museums and Galleries
Next Workshop Date: TBA
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TBA (Academic year 2018./19)
Digital Public Engagement Techniques
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Naomi Kay Engagement Officer N.Kay@warwick.ac.uk
Sandy Sparks Sandra.Sparks@warwick.ac.uk Learning and Development Centre. Ext: 74121
Jane Cooper email@example.com Learning Development Centre. Ext: 24893