As a PhD student or Postdoc, you have to talk about your research to different audiences. Discussing your research with other scientists in your field might be easy, but the situation changes when your audience is not familiar with many of the terms.
Blogging can be very useful for researchers: not only does it help improve your writing skills, but it also increases your visibility for the general audience and journalists.
You’re hereby invited to the workshop hosted by Marieke Hohnen from Hakuna Matata, Science & Media: Science Communication: How to effectively blog?
During this interactive workshop, we will discuss the importance of Science Communication and Science Outreach. We will go through the available platforms and targeting groups. After this, we will focus on writing or blogging about your research for broad audiences and discuss which topics and themes you can blog about. Finally, we will look into writing strategies, practice writing the outline of a blog post, and discuss practical issues involved in blogging.
Time: 13:30 -16:30 Date: 29th of June (Tuesday)
Duration: 3 hours Location: Zoom (link will be shared via email upon registration)
If you would like to join this free-of-charge workshop, please sign up below. For any questions, please contact email@example.com or use our contact form. This workshop is sponsored by VUVereniging.