Publishing your engagement work is a great way to build awareness and recognition of your work. It's a platform for you to tell your peers about the work you're doing, and could well open doors for you for future collaborations or invitations to speak at prestigious events.
If you're interested in publishing about your engagement practice get in touch with the team at email@example.com.
Research for All
The NCCPE (National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement) run their own journal - Research for All. It's an open-access journal focusing on research that involves universities and communities, services or industries working together.
Visit the NCCPE websiteLink opens in a new window for more information on how to publish in this journal.
Case Study - I:DNALink opens in a new window
Professor Felicity Boardman, Warwick Medical School
I:DNA is a Wellcome funded project that was created to engage the public with research led by Professor Felicity Boardman, in conjunction with Dr Corinna Clark, at Warwick Medical School. The research explores the experiences of people living with inherited conditions and their attitudes towards genetic medicine.
Discover more about the project, and how they have shared their learnings through a variety of mediums in this case study.
Move around the Skills Festival
- What is engagement
- Practical engagement skills
- Digital skills for engagement
- Putting on an event
- Funding and Grant Applications
- Embedding engagement into your teaching
- Finding your public
- Engagement and your career
- Involving the public/ partners in research
- Engagement with sensitive topics
- Publishing your engagement work
- Policy engagement
- Working with young people
- WIE Mentoring Scheme
- Public Engagement case studies
- Opportunities to get involved