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Research Active Staff (RSA): Public Engagement - Engaging Diverse Audiences with your Subject Specialism and/or Research- Resource Bank Page

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Workshop Overview:

Do you want to get involved more with Widening Participation and Public Engagement work? This interactive and practical workshop will help you gain a deeper understanding of Outreach, Public Engagement and Widening Participation work at the University and how to engage learners from diverse backgrounds and different age groups, especially from a Widening Participation (WP) background. Our aim is to help you increase your confidence pitching to a range of audiences, giving you tools to design and plan a session on your research area/a topic in your subject discipline for a WP/Public Engagement target audience. You will get to hear from colleagues across the University who are already engaging in this kind of work and discuss good practice examples. We will also introduce mechanisms to measure and evaluate your impact and inform you about opportunities to get involved in Widening Participation/Public Engagement initiatives across the University.

Presentation(s):

Engaging Diverse Audiences with your Subject Specialism and/or Research by Naomi Kay (Engagement Officer, Public Engagement Team) 12 and 19 October 2018
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  Engaging Diverse Audiences with your Research - Widening Participation and Public Engagement by Naomi Kay (Engagement Officer, Public Engagement Team) 12 October 2018
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Further workshops in the Public Engagement Series 2018/19

A Beginner's Guide to Public Engagement
Friday 7 December 2018, 09.30 - 12.30, Wolfson 1 & 2, The Research Exchange, 3rd Floor, The Library.

Evaluating your Public Engagement Activity
Wednesday 6 February 2019, 12.30 - 15.30, R0.04 Ramphal Building

Giving Great Public Engagement Presentations
Wednesday 20 March 2018, 12.00 - 15.00, Wolfson 1 & 2, The Research Exchange, 3rd Floor, The Library.






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