Taking place online on Monday 13 December, from national experts the NCCPE.
High Quality Public Engagement
13/12/2021 – 10:00-12:30
Public engagement is an open, two-way process that can reap tremendous benefits for our researchers, the university and society. To find out how it can enrich your research, ensure its relevance to your wider public and build trust with partners and stakeholders, sign up for this session on High Quality Public Engagement.
We have teamed up with the National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE), who will bring their expertise to this bespoke training session for BU researchers.
In this workshop, participants will have the opportunity to examine a series of frameworks and tools that can be used to develop high quality public engagement with research. In applying these tools – through case studies, activities and discussions – delegates will develop a more strategic approach to their public engagement practice.
It is aimed at people with experience of public engagement with research (e.g.: those who are highly experienced in one type of public engagement, those who have tried lots of different types, or those who have done engagement in other contexts) looking to take stock and develop a more strategic approach to their public engagement.
▸ Learning objectives
- Explore frameworks and concepts that deepen thinking about People, Purpose and Process
- Apply those explorations to your own work
- Consider how to take the concepts into your own work in the future
By the end of the session, you will be able to take a more strategic approach to your public engagement activity.