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Thinking creatively about research dissemination: Blogs and podcasts

ECRs need to think creatively and broadly about the different ways that they can disseminate their research. The aim of this session is to explore the potential of alternative modes of research dissemination beyond academic articles and books by looking at the potential of blogs and podcasts as means of disseminating research. In this informative session, Rebekah Ackroyd (ECR rep) will be joined by Gerry Czerniawski (Lead BERA blog editor) who will share ideas and tips on successful blog writing. Adam Hart and Louise Hawxwell will also highlight their experiences of creating BERA podcasts touching on the practicalities as well as the benefits of this medium. There will be time for Q&A from the audience.

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Speakers

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Rebekah Ackroyd, Ms

Lecturer in Education at University of Cumbria

Rebekah Ackroyd is the Early Career Researcher Network Regional Rep for the North of England. Rebekah is a lecturer in education at the University of Cumbria working on postgraduate provision. Her PhD research examines how teachers of Religious...

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Gerry Czerniawski, Professor

Professor of Education/Research Degrees Leader at University of East London

Gerry Czerniawski runs the Professional Doctorate in Education at UEL and teaches on Initial Teacher Education (ITE) courses. In addition to his role as a researcher, author and teacher educator he is the Lead Editor of the BERA Blog and a...

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Adam Hart, Dr

Lecturer at University of Salford

Adam Hart is a lecturer in music technology at the University of Salford. He has a background in secondary education and audio programming, and his research interests involve digital technology, musical communication and creative pedagogy, and...

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Louise Hawxwell, Miss

Senior Lecturer in Primary Science at Edge Hill University

I am a senior lecturer in primary education at Edge Hill University, Lancashire. Prior to this I was a primary school teacher in the Northwest of England for 10 years. My PhD research focuses on my own relationship with the outdoors and my...