Writing a compelling lay summary: a hands-on workshop
Do you struggle with translating your research into plain language? Writing a compelling and concise lay summary has become an essential part of successful grant applications. Most funding agencies require a lay summary to inform the public and media of the nature of funded research projects.
This workshop will explore writing techniques, and offer practical advice and coaching to researchers. During the session, researchers will work on their own lay summary to make it clear, effective and accessible to a wider audience.
- Each participant must send the lay summary they want to work on to the organizers two days prior to the workshop;
- Each participant must bring a laptop to the workshop; and
- Each participant must bring a paper copy of their lay summary to the workshop.
This workshop will be facilitated by:
- Moreau-Johnson Françoise
Manager, Centre for Academic Leadership
- Girard Marie-Eve
Senior Strategic Research Data Analyst
- Monique Roy-Sole
Director of Communication & Marketing, Research
Date and Location
- Monday September 16th 2019
9am to 12pm
30 Stewart (room 312)
Our training room is located on the 3rd floor at 30 Stewart, a building that is not accessible to persons with limited mobility. Please advise us of your needs when registering for a workshop so that we can change the venue if needed.
Academic leaders: chairs, vice-deans, associate vice-presidents or deans.