Communicating your research: a call for submissions

From Irenee Daly and Aoife Brophy Haney (University of Cambridge):

We are editing a forthcoming book entitled 53 interesting ways to communicate your research. The book is designed to provide researchers with practical, imaginative, tried and tested, ways, to communicate their research.

The book will be published in e-book and print formats as part of the Professional and Higher Education series. Details of the series are available at The series is published by The Professional and Higher Partnership. Current titles in the series may be read online free of charge on 24symbols’ cloud library (

The book will consist of 53 contributions, each of a few hundred words based on the series ‘recipe’ for contributions, as follows:

1. identify a problem (here, concerning the communication of research);

2. propose a solution (one that you have tried and tested);

3. explain how to implement the solution;

4. identify potential pitfalls and outline how to avoid them.

The contributions will cover a wide range of themes from conferences to communicating in writing, in person and online. Some examples of problems in these areas include: getting your message across in poster presentations, using images effectively, and communicating your research to non-academic audiences.

We are currently seeking contributors to this book of essays, which will be targeted at early career researchers. Proposals are welcome from anyone either inside or outside of academia  the key is that you must have an interesting idea to share.

To send your proposal please:

• e-mail us at with ‘53iwtcyr’ in the subject line •

tell us your name and affiliation;

• explain in a single sentence what problem your contribution would seek to help the reader solve;

• explain, again in one sentence, what your proposed solution would be.

Please keep your entire message to no more than 50 words.

The deadline for proposals is 12th October. We will contact (by the 31st October) all those whose submissions we wish to discuss further. We won’t use your e-mail address for any other purpose.

For further information on the book, please visit: .


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