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Wednesday 27 June 2018

Trust, Truth and Scholarly Publishing: Public engagement with scholarly research

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Date and time

27 June 2018, Online at 10:00-11:00 EST (New York), 15:00-16:00 GMT (UK), 16:00-17:00 CET (Central Europe)

*Please note: if you are unable to join the webinar(s), you may register and receive a recording for viewing at a time to suit you.

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Overview

In our industry, scholarly authors write for their peers, using terms and techniques appropriate for their audience. But their results are also often of interest to a broader audience, particularly findings that impact on everyday lives. So how can we explain complex concepts to a lay audience? Do the filters that exist in modern media channels distort messages and undermine the trust that the public might have in science and academia? What approaches can be deployed to stop this happening?

This is the third in the series of the Trust, Truth and Scholarly Publishing webinars. Others in the series are Publishing without perishing on 26 April and The reproducibility opportunity on 22 May.  Member discount available for booking all three!

Who should attend

Those whose role involves communicating academic research to a lay audience including press officers, communications specialists, public engagement teams, researchers.

Chair and Speakers

Chair: Tom Griffin, Global Communications and Media Director, Wiley
Tom GriffinTom is Director of Global Communications and Media at John Wiley and Sons (Wiley), UK. Tom, has 12 years’ experience in publishing and communications across a variety of settings including working for Wiley in Australia and Japan. Tom, also worked as a freelance journalist from 2006 to 2014. Tom serves on industry groups including the International Association of STM Publishers and AAP. Tom, has a degree in Psychology and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations.

John Eggleton, Account Director, Research Media
John Eggleton PictureJohn works closely with a diverse range of clients to support their research communication activities. He specialises in exploring new ways to creatively share research and assisting start-ups to develop impactful brands. As a proud Northerner who hails from Yorkshire, John enjoys spending time at the family sheep farm in the beautiful Pennines.
Second speaker tbc shortly

Registration and Booking

Member Offer! Book all three webinars and you will get the 3rd half price. See overview of all three. 
ALPSP Members    £60 + VAT per person, per webinar
Non-Member         £100 + VAT per person, per webinar

For all enquiries please contact: Melissa Marshall
E: trainingadmin@alpsp.org or T: +44 (0)1622 871035

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