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Training Program on Research Communication

Price

₹8000

Duration

2 Weeks

About the Course

In today's fast-paced world, it is imperative to communicate our scientific research effectively. The Training Program on Research Communication builds the capacity for researchers to share their discoveries seamlessly and put forth their work beyond academia. It provides a comprehensive guide on how to tailor their message—in both written and oral communications—to different audiences so that they can effectively communicate their findings to colleagues, policymakers, funders, and the general public. Boldly engaging in this program will help aspiring researchers acquire essential skills such as using graphs, charts and tables to complement their arguments, presenting ideas concisely, using appropriate jargon when communicating with different audiences and mastering the art of storytelling. By participating in this program, researchers can increase the impact of their research and contribute to the advancement of their field.


Course Content

The course content will be delivered in four sessions, each lasting 2-hour lessons covering the following topics:

  1. Designing PowerPoint slides

  2. Developing original oratory style for oral and poster presentations

  3. Research manuscript writing

  4. Good practices in interpersonal research communication: E-mails, one-on-one discussions, and group discussions.

Additional lessons will be provided at no extra cost if the students need more time to explore and understand the topics covered in the course. All our lessons are activity based with a clear learning objective. Therefore, we do not use textbooks, and all learning materials will be provided to the student in the class. The cost of learning materials is included in the fees.

Your Instructor

Hemant Poudyal

Hemant Poudyal

Dr Hemant Poudyal is the founder and director of Koios Institute. He has over 15 years of experience as an educator and researcher at three of the top 50 global universities. He has taught students from over 40 countries.

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