Writing for the public: a masterclass with The Conversation

by | Mar 19, 2018

Want to foster public engagement with your research, hone your communication skills and connect with other academics? Don’t miss this masterclass with Paul Keaveny, Commissioning Editor at The Conversation.

An independent, not-for-profit blog written entirely by academics, The Conversation provides topical news analysis, comment and opinion to readers across the world. Sign up for the masterclass to get essential tips for bringing your work to wider audiences. Learn what makes a successful pitch, how to craft engaging blog posts and the best ways to gain greater media exposure for your research.

You’ll also hear more about the benefits of writing for The Conversation, and the support from professional editors available to you through The University of Manchester’s membership.

The masterclass is part of the Library’s My Research Essentials programme, and is co-hosted by the University’s Division of Communications and Marketing.

Find out more and register at: http://www.library.manchester.ac.uk/using-the-library/staff/research/support/my-research-essentials/workshops/