Face-to-face
in Creative research communication
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This chapter introduces readers to opportunities for face-to-face communication and engagement activities. It covers key approaches including participation in the research process, moving through to events and activities you might be involved in, including festivals, cafes, talks, lectures, at generic venues, and in museums, science centres and galleries. The chapter draws on examples from contemporary movements, for instance recent examples of the use of comedy in communication, the continuing popularity of Café Scientifique, and how face-to-face events are being used in research processes. It considers why, in today’s technological and knowledge driven society, there is still a role for face-to-face communication

Creative research communication

Theory and practice

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