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Rhedir gan School of Natural Sciences
10.000 Credyd neu 5.000 Credyd ECTS
Semester 1 a 2
Trefnydd: Dr Stella Farrar
Communicating scientific facts and concepts in an accurate and engaging format, using a variety of mediums, is an essential skill for modern scientists. This module is designed to improve students’ overall writing and presentation skills, with the aim of enhancing their overall communication and employability skills. Students will learn how to promote and publicise scientific findings, their work, themselves and their ideas to a wider, mixed audience using a variety of platforms. In doing so students will also gain an understanding in techniques and skills to improve their chances of employment and enterprise opportunities. Students will attend a variety of lectures, seminars and practical sessions held by different experts in their field, in order to learn a wide range of different communication styles, skills and techniques.
This module will cover key aspects of communicating scientific facts, concepts and ideas across a broad range of platforms and mediums. The use of different of styles will be considered to best promote and disseminate topical subjects. This will include writing and producing content for a variety of different media formats. Personal and professional marketing skills will be investigated, as an important form of scientific-related communication. A series of research seminars will be organised to cover a wide selection of scientific areas and presentation styles, giving students access to topics and academics they may otherwise not have come across. There will be a number of formative assessments throughout the module and an engaging summative assessment allowing students to play to their own strengths in the form of a piece of written or recorded scientific communication.
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