Workshop: Research impact and maximising your reach and visibility using various media tools
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Institute of Health and Community / Centre for Culture, Community and Society workshop.

Led by Professor Brigitte Nerlich – Professor of Science, Language and Society, University of Nottingham, Visiting Professor, Centre for Culture, Community and Society

Professor Brigitte Nerlich is Professor of Science, Language and Society at the University of Nottingham. She is programme leader for a five-year £1.6 million Leverhulme programme “Making Science Public: Challenges and Opportunities” (with Dr Sujatha Raman). She is author of 11 books, approximately 150 journal articles and 60 book chapters. She writes a regular blog on Making Science Public

This workshop will explore ways to increase your research impact and how you can use media tools more effectively to promote your academic work. It is aimed primarily at Plymouth University staff and researchers but students are welcome to attend if they are interested.

Location: Room 210, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University.

Booking is required via the Eventbrite website.

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