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Data to dialogue: Communicating research outputs

18 June 2024 at 3:00:00 am

UWA Main theatre

P02 Panel

55 min


Australia is a global leader in world-class research. The Australian Government helps maintain this reputation by providing access to equipment, data, services and expertise to enable world-leading research for the benefit of all Australians through the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS)

There are 27 NCRIS-enabled projects providing research infrastructure across astronomy, biodiversity, geoscience, supercomputing, climate, nuclear, health, data and more.

This session will be presented by communications and engagement representatives from NCRIS facilities.

They will discuss:
- What’s the purpose and value in communicating impact?
- How do we approach communicating impact?
- How do we find and select the best stories to tell?
- What has made for successful and not so successful impact case studies about research infrastructure?
- What could be done differently when communicating impact?


Dr Christina Hall

Dr Phil Dooley

Ms Jo Savill

Mrs Karina Nunez

Dr Janie Sue Brooks

Relevance to conference themes

We aim to share best practice from a wealth of experience in communicating impact from experienced professional communicators. This aligns with the conference theme of supporting and growing the professional science communicator network.

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