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Launch a Newsletter: Building Your Audience & Content Strategy (Part 2)

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Launch a Successful Scholarly Newsletter: Build Your Audience & Craft Compelling Content (Part 2) This is part 2 in a series on how to launch a newsletter. You can read part I here – Beyond Journal Paywalls & Tweets: Launch A Newsletter (Part 1), where we talked about why.  In this post, we’ll cover the […]

Beyond Journal Paywalls & Tweets: Launch A Newsletter (Part 1)

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Empower Your Research: Why Scholars Should Launch a Newsletter (Part 1) This is part 1 in a series on how to launch a newsletter. You can read Part 2 – Launch a Newsletter: Building Your Audience & Content Strategy – here Why Launch a Newsletter?  The traditional academic publishing landscape, with its lengthy peer-review processes […]

Don’t Get Lost in Translation: Communicating Complex Ideas to a Lay Audience

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Simplifying the Intricate: Tools and Techniques for Communicating Complex Ideas Effectively For researchers and scholars, effectively communicating complex ideas can feel like an unbearable challenge. Reaching outside the ivory tower and talking with lay people may feel like a feat. How do you take highly complex, niche topics and translate them in a way that […]

DIY Book Launch for Scholars: Fast & Effective Strategies on a Budget

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DIY Book Launch for Scholars: Maximize Impact with Minimal Time & Resources Congratulations! You’ve just published a book – a culmination of years of research, writing, and passion are poured out onto the page. And maybe you’ve landed on this post because you’ve realized ‘oh sh!t, I am publishing a book and now I have […]

Adam Grant Knows What He is Doing With Those Tweet Posts on Instagram

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Is Sharing Your Tweets on Visual Platforms Like Instagram A Good Social Media Strategy? Adam Grant is a bestselling author with five books to his credit, Grant’s TED talks have garnered over 25 million views. He hosts the TED original podcast, “WorkLife.” Grant’s clientele includes Google, the NBA, and the Gates Foundation. He contributes to […]

Unlocking Impact: Public Engagement Examples for Social Scientists and Humanities Scholars

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An Overview of Public Engagement Examples for Social Scientists and Humanities Scholars In the ever-evolving landscape of academia, the call for scholars to engage with the public is more resounding than ever. A common question from scholars interested in expanding their research impact is: what are some ways I can/should publicly engage? What are tangible […]

How AI Can Help You Communicate Your Research to the Public

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In this post, I share my own writing about artificial intelligence (AI). I also prompted ChatGPT and Writer to write a blog post on the subject. The prompt I used was: Can you write a blog post on How AI Can Help Scholars Communicate Their Research to a Public Audience? How AI Can Help Scholars […]

How to Publish your Research for the Public

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A Comprehensive Guide on How to Publish Your Research Paper for the Public Publishing your research paper is not just a culmination of your hard work; it’s a critical step in advancing your academic career and sharing your findings with the world.  In this comprehensive guide, we will take you through the entire process, from […]

An Academics Guide to Op-ed Pitches

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Long, long ago, in the year 2014, an opinion writer for the New York Times wrote a plea for more professors to come down from the ivory tower and write for the public. Our knowledge demands to be shared beyond the academy! And for many good reasons, not the least bit that op-eds can have […]

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