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The current situation presents both challenges and opportunities for researchers as they think about how to engage audiences with their research. In a time of physical isolation, digital channels have become the go to for engagement, dissemination and collaboration.
To support researchers in developing new ways to reach and engage audiences, the Culture team has curated a set of resources focussed on using digital platforms for engagement.
Here you will find guidance and toolkits from a range of organisations, including from across King’s, on running virtual events and workshops, developing websites, using social media effectively, creating podcasts and video content.
The list is by no means exhaustive and if you have suggestions to include please email email@example.com.
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A guide to creating and running virtual meetings and events by the NCCPE
King's IT Guide to Remote Working
Lo-fi and low cost options by The Space
Using the university's website to host information about research projects
Toolkit put together by the NCCPE
King's guide to creating podcasts
Toolkit put together by The Space
Resource provided by the Arts Council
Research staff and academic staff at King's are invited to apply for a small grant of up to £750 to…
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