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Researcher Development : Public Engagement (HASS)

Description

Theme:

Education and Research

Category:

Education and Research

About this course:

This course is for Research Staff in the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences.

An interactive workshop where we will discuss what Public Engagement is and why we do it.

Using examples and case studies from HASS disciplines we'll illustrate best practice and explore how we evidence Public Engagement.

Learning outcomes:

As a result of attending this course, you will be able to:.

- Articulate a variety of different Public Engagement activities.

- Understand why you would want to get involved with Public Engagement.

- Continue your thinking about your own approach to Public Engagement.

Who should attend this course:

This course is open to Research Staff in the HASS dipciplines.

Presenter(s):

This session is delivered by Academic staff from the Research Services team.

What previous participants have said about the course:

"This course has opened up my thinking understanding and possibilities of embedding public engagement within research"- Research Staff in Social Sciences and International Studies.

Before the course:

No preparation is required for this course.

Learning provider:

This course is administered by Researcher Development; please contact researcherdevelopment@exeter.ac.uk for more details.

Details
DateLocationStartFinishCostTrainer(s)Places
Available
31/05/2018 Streatham: Old Library Training Room 4 (Professional Development Suite) 14:00 15:30 Free Grace Williams 30
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