Sharing your research
Sharing your research is integral to the research process - to share findings and insights with your peers, and get feedback on your work from the research community and general public. This strand of our programme covers traditional research dissemination including conference presentations and research posters, as well as more creative, digital methods such as twitter, videos and podcasting.
Presenting your research:
- Writing conference abstracts (running in the Spring term)
- Presentation skills for researchers - facilitated by Jennifer Finlay, PGR in Biosciences and Emily Taylor, PGR in Medical Humanities
- Designing research posters (running in the Spring term)
Publishing in journal articles:
- An introduction to publishing your research in journals - faciliated by Iris Gioti PGR in English and Israa Kadhim, PGR in Environment and Sustainability
- What is open access? (running in the Spring term)
- Wriitng journal articles (running in the Spring term)
Creative research communication:
- An introduction to creative research communication (running in the Spring term)
- What makes for high quality engagement with research - faciltiator TBC
- Doing research with artists - faciliated by Sarah Campbell, Associate Director for Arts and Culture with a panel of researchers
You can find a full list and book on to upcoming courses on Inkpath, a booking system designed specifically for researcher training and development programmes.
Research Showcase celebrates the work of our vibrant postgraduate researchers and our Early Career Researchers (postdocs). The Showcase provides the opportunity to promote the up and coming talent of Exeter's research base and gave both postgraduate researchers and Early Career Researchers the opportunity to develop their presentation, communication, and impact skills. Find out more on our Showcase webpages.
You can access the following brand new online courses on our Exeter Learning Environment page:
- Designing research posters - developed by Annie Constable, PGR in Sport and Health Sciences
- Presentation skills for researchers - developed by Annie Constable, PGR in Sport and Health Sciences
- Writing Journal Articles - developed by Dr. Bethan Stagg, Doctoral Graduate in Education
- Creative and digital research communication - developed by Tom Nicholas, PGR in Drama and Debbie Kinsey, PGR in Medicine
- Engaging with the public, policy and media (in development)
- Making the Most of Conferences (in development)
The University has also produced a comprehensive set of resources around Open Research.