Theory to Action: Crafting Messages for the Public about your own Research
IEEE RAS Communication Workshop
This 3 hour workshop will begin with an introduction of concepts for effective science and technology communication, followed by a set of activities designed to get attendees thinking and developing a message about their own research for the public in multiple ways.
At the end of this workshop, participants should have a set of communication artifacts – in varying stages of completion – that will allow one to: (1) engage with one's research and (2) experiment with multiple techniques for communicating to non-experts. With these experiences in hand, we hope participants leave with a better understanding of key issues and strategies for communicating with non-experts in multiple modes and contexts.
Select Workshop Date and Time
The same workshop will be given at four different times. Space is limited so please select ONE workshop to attend.
Thursday, 23 May from 9:00-12:30, Room 525
Thursday, 23 May from 13:30-17:00, Room 525
Friday, 24 May from 9:00-12:30, Room 522a
Friday, 24 May from 13:30-17:00, Room 525
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