Learning the basic principles is essential for doing effective public engagement with research, but it can be challenging to apply them to developing your own projects. In this session, we will turn your attention away from your work to explore inspiring examples of public engagement projects that have been successfully planned and delivered.
We will consider what worked well and what did not work in those projects, what the organisers learned and what we might do differently. By analysing these projects, you will gain a better understanding of what makes successful engagement. We will end by reflecting on what inspiration, knowledge, and skills you have gained and how you might apply them to your own work.
This session is for all levels of experience with public engagement. To get the most from this, please familiarise yourself beforehand with the basic principles of public engagement.
Participants will gain:
- Useful knowledge into how successful public engagement is planned and delivered
- Skills in critically appraising public engagement with research projects
- Inspiring ideas to translate to their own work and share with others
- Confidence that public engagement is approachable and practical to deliver
To book a place on this workshop please complete the booking form
For any queries regarding the content of this session, please contact Adam Morris at firstname.lastname@example.org
For any other queries, please contact Organisational Development