Scientific language is useful in many contexts, but often represents a barrier to access for those who need to use the information. Learn basic techniques to enhance the accessibility of your project’s communications to a variety of audiences through examples in verbal, written, and visual communication. Whether you’re communicating with partners, stakeholders, or general non-technical audiences, these concepts can assist in increasing clarity of research communication, engaging with diverse stakeholders, and tailoring messages for different audiences.
- To provide a rationale for increasing the accessibility in research communication training , and
- To provide examples and activities for further skill development around:
- Increasing clarity in research communication
- Engaging with diverse stakeholders
- Tailoring messages for specific audiences