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Media training for researchers

JUNO Workshop

Target audience researchers and research managers of all research areas    
Language English    
Duration 2 days    
Capacity max. 12    
Credits for habilitation yes    
Workshop costs Participation is free for HHU members and members of HHU's Medical Faculty.    
Registration Please register using the registration form below.    

Upcoming Workshops

Date Time Format Registration
11.03. + 15.04.2021 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Online Workshop Registration
03.09. + 01.10.2021 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Online Workshop Registration

 

In the media training you will learn how to work successfully with journalists:
You will learn what expectations the media have of scientists in particular. You will learn to present your complex facts in a simple and pointed way. You will find the emotional story in your own research topic and can also communicate it in contact with journalists. On the basis of numerous practical exercises, you will train to present your topics in a way that is appropriate for the media and target groups - tailored to the expectations of newspapers, radio and TV.

A further focus is on your own presentation of person and content with the help of social media and new media. This involves the creation of blog posts, podcasts, videos (etc.) with the aim of establishing new ways of reaching interested target groups and making one's own research results relevant.

  • Why are the media interested in scientists and what do journalists expect from their interview partners?
  • How do you sum up your research results and formulate them in a simple and understandable way?
  • What rights do you have as an interviewee and what should you observe when working with journalists?
  • How do you resist the excitement of an interview and how do you prepare for live situations on radio or television?
  • How do I present and position myself as a scientist via digital media?
  • A convincing personal presence in the media will give your scientific topic a face.
  • You work on your own channels that you can use to make your research better known and reach more people.
  • A successful interview strengthens your name as an expert and makes you better known.
  • Video training helps you to recognize unconscious behavior patterns and change them.
  • Increased visibility and professional self-portrayal.
  • The newly acquired training information will also help you with other public appearances (lectures, seminars, lectures).

Robert Kötter is a scientist, trained coach and rhetoric trainer and is frequently asked to be an interview partner himself. With his company zweirat he has been working as a media trainer in large companies and at many German universities, such as RWTH, Humboldt University Berlin and the University of Bonn since 2005.

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