This workshop is delivered by the Research Impact Team and enables participants to develop skills and knowledge in communicating research and how to access relevant users and stakeholders. It provides a comprehensive overview of a range of methods which can be utilised to communicate research and the pros and cons for each. The workshop will also explore how to identify relevant stakeholders, users, audiences and beneficiaries of research and how to adjust research for each.
Who should attend?
University of Warwick Research Active Staff (staff on Research-focussed, Teaching-focussed and Research and Teaching contracts) who are interested in impact and communicating research.
Workshop enables participants to:
- Understand a range of ways to communicate research (including workshops, roundtables, conferences, websites, social media, press, TV and radio, town hall meetings, policy briefings and recommendations).
- Understand pros and cons of each method.
- Identify support available.
Any pre-work will be emailed directly to participants prior to the workshop.