Digital tools offer a variety of opportunities for the optimisation of research communication, transparency and efficiency. These can be utilised to share and discuss recent findings with a wider audience, to optimise visibility and perception of your online presence or to engage and network with scientists in your own or a related discipline, to mention a few. This course will highlight and discuss some of the benefits of the digital era for the advancement of Science and what aspects to be aware of.
- Self-Marketing and Reputation Building in a research context
- Time-efficient scholarly communication with Open Science principles
- Utilizing digital tools and platforms throughout the research workflow
- Public Relations via online tools and services
- Aspects of data privacy and security, Intellectual Property and licensing
Dr Johanna Havemann obtained a PhD from the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology in Tübingen (GER) in 2010. Her working experience covers NGOs, science startups and international institutions including the United Nations. Johanna’s goal is to equip scientists with the tools and techniques they need for a successful academic career. It is important to her that the participants develop their own personal style tailored to their specific skills and prerequisites. Topics that she covers in her courses include Digital Research Communication, Scientific Writing and Presentation Techniques for Scientists.
- 14 October 2021, 09:30 - 12:30 h
- 15 October 2021, 09:30 - 12:30 h
You can register here on Moodle. If you have any difficulties please contact Mr Robert Rode (email@example.com).
A week before the event we will send you the link to the online workshop.
ZE Graduate Research School (GRS)
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