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Podcast - how to conference when you can't conference

July 29, 2020 | 1 min read

By Jennifer Wood, Christopher Tancock

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Exploring options for how to achieve your conference goals during lockdown

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Welcome to a brand new series on Authors' Update. In these podcasts, we'll be examining issues and discussing phenomena that relate to the author community as well as trying to answer some of your frequently-asked questions. If you have any ideas for further casts, do get in touch via the comments below. And don't forget to subscribe!

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Given the current pandemic, travel has become increasingly difficult, if not impossible. This phenomenon has curtailed one of the most enjoyable of research activities: the conference circuit. Conferences are a great way of promoting your research, networking, and eliciting feedback from your community. So what can you do when you can't travel and when conferences are being cancelled across the world? In this episode, we'll be looking at how you can still achieve your conference goals. There are still options - you just need to think a little more laterally...

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Jennifer Wood

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Jennifer Wood

Senior Publisher