This course provides an opportunity to consider if and how to translate your public engagement plans to an online context. Looking at purpose, people and process, the course provides an opportunity to think through how to design your engagement, top tips on how to ensure you and your participants get the most out of the engagement, and ideas for how to evaluate it. You will have the opportunity to explore some case studies of practice, before considering how to apply the framework to your own work.
People who are thinking about taking their public engagement activities online and would like guidance about how to do it well.
- To develop confidence in engaging publics online and be inspired by examples of high quality online engagement
- To support delegates to consider if and how their engagement can be adapted for an online context, and what the strengths and opportunities of online engagement are
- To introduce processes and tools for online engagement, and think about how these can be applied to delegate’s own engagement work
- To highlight key considerations to make when planning online content- purpose, people, principles and evaluation
This course will be facilitated by Jamie Gallagher. Find out more about our experienced training team here.
£60 per delegate (standard ticket) or £50 for PEP Network Members.
It is free to join the NCCPE's public engagement professionals network (or PEP Network), which aims to support public engagement professionals across the UK working in higher education and research to access CPD, peer support and the latest thinking on engagement.
Please note, booking for this training session closes on Monday 17th August. If you miss the booking deadline please email us to enquire about availability of places.