Presentation of research results
The exact dates of trainings are:
26-27 May 2014 in Poznan
28-29 May 2014 in Poznan
10-11 June 2014 in Warsaw
12-13 June 2014 in Warsaw
Training hours (both days) 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
You may apply for only one of the above given training dates.
Presentation of research results training is designed for those who:
• have basic skills in communicating by modern online tools (Web 2.0 tools)
• intend to use those Web 2.0 tools for presenting their research results.
- How scientists can use social media for their professional activities and to communicate their research;
- How to use Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, ResearchGate and other social networking websites for presenting research results;
- The use of blogs in communicating science;
- Making podcasts, preparing multimedia presentation;
- Video recording and the basics of photo and video editing;
- How to create a website that can be a useful tool for presenting research results;
- Using QR (quick response) codes for posters, publications;
- How to observe and coordinate your scientific outreach and how to measure impact in social media;
All participants qualified for the training course will have to bring laptops with them.
You may apply until 8 May 2014 via the Internet training base: https://szkolenia.fnp.org.pl (‘Recruitment for workshops’ tab)
Participants of INTER Programme will be qualified for the training in the first place.
Training course is in English.
- Ph.D. students of polish research units who are residing in Poland,
- researchers residing in Poland and employed at the research units resided on the territory of Poland,
- Graduates of PhD studies up to 12 months from obtaining their doctoral degree.
The course will be run by: Econnect Communication
Those who’ve already participated in Presentation of research results training as a part of SKILLS project, can not take part in it for the second time.
Training course is for free. FNP provides meals during the training course and accommodation for those who do not live in the city where the training is taking place. Participants have to cover travel costs.
Rules of applications assessment
All applications that are formally correct will go through the assessment procedure. Each candidate is obliged to answer a set of questions when applying for a training course and those answers are getting scored during the assessment procedure.
In case of presentation of research results training there are 12 questions grouped into three thematic blocks:
1. scientific expertise of a candidate (50% of the total score)
2. general experience in the training topic (25% of the total score)
3. candidate’s motivation to do the course and likelihood of making most of the course (25% of the total score).
If, after summing-up points awarded for all questions, more than one candidate will gain the same amount of points, then the amount of points awarded for ‘scientific expertise’ questions will be decisive.