Workshop: Writing Popular Science
When you write about your research, you need to be able to adjust your writing to your intended readers. Writing for non-expert readers allows you to reach a larger audience, which may be useful in many situations – for example when you apply for a grant. During this session, you will learn how to adjust the content, structure, and style to be able to catch and keep the attention of non-expert readers.
The workshop is free, but you need to register.
The KI University Library, KIB, offers a workshop series designed to help students enrolled in international master’s programs get the most out of the studies at KI. The series addresses a number of topics related to academic communication. You may choose to attend all sessions or just a few.
Please note! Cancel your registration if you cannot attend the session (by clicking the link in the confirmation e-mail you received when you registered). If you miss two sessions without notifying us, you will be de-registered from any other workshops that you may have registered for.Contact person: Sara Lind