Course Details

Communicating Your Research

Event Description


To be confirmed



This workshop will help you develop a strategy for communicating your research. It will look at the classic academic forms of communication – publishing articles/books and presenting at conferences and how to use these effectively. The workshop will also look at how to communicate the impact of your research to a non-academic audience. This will include the traditional media, new media and community engagement activities. At the end of the workshop you will draw up your own communication strategy.


The topics covered will include:

  • Traditional academic outputs - papers, books
  • Being a productive writer - tips and strategies for effective writing
  • Conferences - making good use of conferences; presenting with confidence
  • Non-academic communication - the range of options; newspapers, radio, TV; professional journals; new media, blogs, Twitter, ResearchGate; Community engagement activities
  • Your communication strategy


This workshop is presented by Hugh Kearns, author of the Epigeum on-line course Communicating Your Research which is available on-line to Queens University staff.

Aims/Aimed at


To develop a strategy for communicating your research.

Booking Information


Register for a course via Queen's Online: - Select the iTrent Training link in the list of services for staff

Booking URL: Queen's Online
New Course: Yes
Course Type(s): Research and Enterprise Skills
Staff Categories: Research
Keywords: Communication, research, strategy, presenting, engagement

Course Contact Details

Name: Organisational Development
Telephone: 5350/5381