BRIC, University of Copenhagen, 8 February, 2018
Thanks for a great day in Copenhagen in the room where I could overlook the lab where I did the lab work for my Master’s thesis.
Below, you will find the lecture slides in pdf format as well as a motley but useful collection of links.
Feel free to get in touch if you’re preparing a talk or have questions about your communication strategy. Good luck with your studies, research, networking, and communication!
A beta version of a new online document
- Communication Crash Course (Please feel free to distribute and send feedback!)
A recent piece by yours truly
Communication of Science: Out with the old and in with the new!
- Your Linkedin headline – some tips
- The Diana YK Chan headline method – 3+1
- Tips for your academic LinkedIn profile (a bit old but still useful)
- I recommend this audiobook which you can download for free from Audible (if you’re a new customer): A Way with Words.
- Another good book in English: You Talkin’ to me?
- How to succeed in interviews
- Better Posters
- My favourite presentation by Hans Rosling
- About topic sentences
- The inverted pyramid
- Short BBC tutorial on how to write a newspaper report
- What makes mentorship work
Books on scientific peer-to-peer communication
I currently put a lot of effort in Crastina—a networking platform for the exchange of knowledge, skills, experience, and opinion regarding scientific communication and science dissemination. The primary target group is early career scientists, but here you can find stuff which is useful for everybody with an interest in communication. (The name comes from Scientia Crastina, Latin for ‘The Science of Tomorrow’)
There are several ways to engage in the Crastina network activities – please get in touch if you’re interested.
The Beaver stream, close to my house in Eskilstuna, February 2018.