You’ve done all the hard work: you’ve read hundreds of pages of others work, you’ve collected your data, analysed it all, and even figured out what it means. The next step is to find the best way to communicate your work to everyone who is likely to find it interesting. That means writing a scientific article and sending it to a journal, right? Well, yes, but the science communication landscape today offers many more opportunities to connect with a broad audience. Science blogs are one of the most effective and popular way for academics to connect with a much broader audience, share their research and thoughts about the academic world.
How do you start out with writing a blogpost, though?
What are some good ways to structure your blogpost?
What principles of storytelling can help you build a more engaging post?
How can you incorporate rhetorical devices to support your arguments?
Learn all of these and have your blogpost published on Mindwise (or your own blog!), in our graduate student Science Blogging Workshop. It is open to and free for all Groningen PhD students and BSS Research Masters students (limited space; the earlier you enroll, the better your chances).
To participate or ask for more information, leave your contact information below and we will contact you!
UPDATE: Due to the measures designed to slow down the spread of the Corona virus, the workshop has been postponed until the Autumn semester. You can still leave your name and contact info in the form below so we can contact you with the new dates.
Dates: The workshop comprises five meetings on: 15/04/20, 22/04/20, 29/04/20, 06/05/20, and 13/05/20
Time: 18:00 – 20:00