Podcast your Research
Date: Wednesday 23 June 2021
Time: 13:00 - 17:00
Learn how to share research through podcasting, with experienced podcaster and trainer Emily Elias, and develop skills in public engagement and science communication.
In this session you will learn what makes a good podcast and why you would choose it as a means to share your research. We’ll listen to some examples and think about what works and what doesn’t. Then we’ll think about you and what sort of podcast you’d like to record. You’ll also learn the basics of how to record it, get it on the internet and most importantly, find an audience to listen to it.
All future podcasters will be fully supported by the podcasting team at St George’s. Email Carol Shiels to find out more. The session will be designed around participants and what they would like to get out of the training.
This event is open to all members of the St George’s community, so if you have an idea for a St George’s podcast or a podcast series and want to get involved, please get in touch.
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About Emily Elias
Emily is the host and producer of University of Oxford’s Big Questions and Desert Island Dips. She has also produced documentaries for the Tate’s podcast, Kelly&Kelly Creative and CBC Radio. She runs training sessions for journalists, early career researchers and PhD students on engaging audiences with their research for the University of Oxford, University College London (UCL), Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) and the London SciComm Symposium.
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