Communicating Research Findings in a Captivating Way !







Conseil de recherches en sciences naturelles et en génie du Canada

This article is an adaptation of a text taken from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) site entitled Why communicate. Examples in the field of education are taken from various texts printed in the publication Pédagogie collégiale. You have completed a research project or related work and want to share the results with an expanded public (non-specialists in the field) by publishing a scientific article or comunicating the data to them orally. To be successful you must be aware of some guiding principles. Even if you are gifted in communication, there is no guarantee that you will be able to disseminate the results your work. Scientific communication requires compliance with precise rules and the mastery of a certain number of tools and tricks of the trade. It is an art that is learned. And practicing this art can help you become a good communicator. Try out some of the suggestions and tools of the trade recommended in this article.


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