Storytelling workshop

Narrative structures and vocal techniques to share your science with a general audience


Thu 15th Jul, 10:00 am to 12:30 pm

Storytelling workshop

15 July, 10.00 – 12.30, zoom

Please register in advance for this training session here.

Trainer: James Piercey

Session Overview

Storytelling is a powerful way to make emotional connections with audiences of all ages. This practical workshop will explore the creation of stories about science through the use of narrative structures and vocal techniques. The session will last 2.5 hours including screen breaks and will place an emphasis on practical work.

Who is this for?

The session is limited to 12 participants who should be prepared to try new ways to share their science, explore their on screen presence and provide feedback to their peers.

What skills will you acquire?

Participants will share stories and learn tips on: Finding your story structure; Making a human connection; Using the voice to hold audiences; Adapting for different audiences; Telling stories in the virtual world.

Where will you use this?

In any public facing work, and even within your scientific work. Knowing how to structure a story is crucial to be able to convey your message effectively.


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