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Event 19.03.20 - | Webinar

CORBEL/EOSC-Life Webinar: Practical Tips for Stepping Up Your Science Communications


A joint webinar filled with practical advice for Twitter, Instagram, and general science communications campaigns

CORBEL and EOSC-Life are running a webinar series on communication and event organisation. In this series we will discuss event management, course design and delivery, and effective scientific communication. You can watch any of the webinars live or catch up on the recordings. However, if you attend the last webinar of the series, we recommend that you have attended or watched the three previous webinars. You will need to register for each of the live webinars that you wish to join here.

Audience: This webinar series is aimed at anyone involved in scientific communication, training or event management who wants to learn more about how to deliver effective communication and successful events.

The series continues with a panel discussion between Caitlin Ahern (BBMRI-ERIC), Katri Ahlgren (ICOS ERIC), Luiza Fundatureanu (ZN Consulting), and Stefan Swift (ESS).

Join us for an interactive discussion with science communicators who will share concrete examples and tips for improving your scientific communications – especially when budget and time resources are limited! The speakers come from a range of fields and will have plenty of time for Q&A and discussions.

Please note that all webinars are recorded and available for viewing.

Date: 19 March 2020

Time: 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM CET

More information & Register online.

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