Adapting Your Research for Audio

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Learn to adapt your academic and scholarly research for another medium.

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Ever thought about the different kinds of ways you could present your graduate research? Seeking a creative outlet, but don’t want to get too derailed from your research? Audio is one such approach, allowing for the use of sound and music to enhance the presentation of research.

Scholarly/academic writing doesn't translate all that well to audio narrative for a radio feature or podcast. But all that means is that the researcher has to approach from another angle. Participants will learn about types of ways to engage with and adapt their scholarly research for another medium.

Facilitated by Cristina Pietropaolo, this session will last approx 45 minutes, with time afterwards for Q&A and discussion.

Based on participant interest, a second part of this session may be offered at a later date, this time focusing on technical production.

* This is open to the Ryerson community. Beginners welcome, no experience necessary. Space is limited.

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