Online Blog Training - VVSOR - VVSOR

14 October - 04 November 2022

Online Blog Training

The VVSOR is organizing another blog training!

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Goal: 

Since the start of VVSOR’s own blog, more and more members have joined as (guest) authors. For members who are considering to blog too, we organise another blog training so they can get a first introduction to blogging and decide whether they want to join VVSOR’s blog team.
Note that with participating in the training, you are not committing to any media exposure; only if you decide to post your blog yourself.

About the training:

During this training you learn how to write a blog post, but also how you start a blog in a way that contributes to your development as a researcher. The first online group session follows the path from strategy to thinking up topics to write about. After this session you set up, write, and publish your first blog post as a homework assignment. The trainer will give you feedback on your setup and first draft. The second online meeting is about finalizing your blog post and being read.

Although the main focus in the training is on publishing about research, most topics of the training can also be applied in publishing, for example, about interesting work projects.

The trainer is Hermen Visser of Visser Visible Communication.

Practical information:

  • This training is only available for VVSOR members. If you are not a member you can join the society first and then register for the blog training.
  • Dates: Two group training sessions of two hours; one session on the 14th of October and one on the 4th of November,  both days in the morning (9.00-11.00h) Individual feedback session with the trainer will be planned on the 26th of October, 2022
  • All meetings are online.
  • Number of participants: 8 per training (limited places available)
  • Language: English/Dutch, depending on the participants.

Contact:

If you have any questions, please contact us via pers@vvsor.nl.

Registration:

    (the individual sessions will be planned later on October 26th)