Communicating Your Research to the Public: Things They Never Taught you SchoolSpeaker: Sheldon H Jacobson – Urbana, IL, United States
Topic(s): Society and the Computing Profession
AbstractCommunicating scientific research to a broad audience has become aprerequisite for success in today’s academic environment. This presentation discusses numerous facets of academic communication, with a focus on hands-on application of various techniques and principles to enhance your ability to reach a broad and diverse audience. Examples are provided to illustrate various techniques and principles of communication.By using communication as a branding tool, computer scientists can create both a media presence for themselves, but also promulgate the value of the field to the general population.
About this LectureNumber of Slides: 30
Duration: 45 minutes
Languages Available: English
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