I offer a variety of bespoke training courses to suit your group or organisation's best needs. My training style is informal, engaging and interactive. Experience has taught me that learners are at their most receptive if they are in a relaxed and comfortable environment. I enjoy passing on knowledge and tools to ensure attendees take away as much practical skills as they can.
"My workshops are focused around empowering researchers and their professional support staff to help themselves and be much less reliant on others to deliver their message.
Who can benefit from my workshops
Library and information professionals within an academic environment
Academics from early career researchers to those more established in their career
Postgraduate Research Students
Postgraduate Taught Students
Professional staff involved in supporting academics in the area of scholarly communications and digital academia
Typical learning objectives
Greater understanding of social media, how it can be effectively used within academia
Use of creative, low cost, digital technologies to enhance self-directed eye catching research communications
Development of a suit of tools and skills to help deliver effective, impactful research communication campaigns
Understanding of how research communications fit within the new Open Research setting
Below are examples of workshops I am able to deliver
An introduction to scholarly communications and social media in the digital age.
Using creative tools to enhance your research communications
Build your own workshop
I am able to offer training on any of the below if you wanted to build your own one day workshop.
Video and animation creation
I also offer workshops on beating digital disruption and writing productivity and have extensive experience in facilitating online and face to face writing retreats. The feedback from these sessions is always very positive.
The 'build your own workshop' is just like making your own takeaway pizza. I provide a base and the essential sauces (introduction to how academia is changing in a digital world), you chose the toppings. You can also suggest specific areas you may want to cover more deeply.