Making podcasts workshop, on Friday 3 December

In this hands-on workshop, we will explore and experiment with how you can translate your research (project) into an audio story that appeals to an audience of your choice.

As such, this workshop is not only meant for those who actually want to make a podcast, but also for colleagues (from PhD to professor) who wish to experiment with how to translate their research to a broader audience by sensory means.

When: 3 December, 14.30 – 17.30
Where: on-site at FASoS

Register before 15 November by sending an email to

Those who registered will receive an email with further information and necessary preparations.

Recently, the KNAW funded FASoS in appreciation for the way we share stories about our research with the outside world. With this funding, we can develop our skills further and create opportunities to learn from each other. One of the ways to do so in the coming years is by organising a series of workshops on ‘embodied research communication’. The first workshop focuses on ‘Making Podcasts’ and our sense of hearing in research communication.

If there is one medium that flourished over the past two years it might be podcasts – audio documentaries, thematic interviews, talkshows or even fiction series have accompanied many people on their daily walks around the neighbourhood. Researchers, too, have explored the genre and developed ways to use podcasts in their teaching or as a means of communicating their work to a broader audience. Let’s figure out together which stories from our research need to be told in new ways.

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