Spreading The Word by Marianne Talbot

Cultural Connections talk by Marianne Talbot. Part of the Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School 2013.

The Cutlural Connections course was a 5-day workshop as part of the Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School 2013. Cultural Connections offered an introduction to public engagement skills to help researchers work effectively within and beyond universities. It focussed on digital publishing, knowledge exchange, research communication, public engagement and measuring impact, drawing on the knowledge and experience of expert researchers and practitioners from Oxford and beyond.

About Marianne Talbot
Marianne Talbot was thrown out of school at 15. She came back to education at 26 when she took an Open University Foundation course during which she discovered philosophy. Transferring to London University Marianne took First Class Honours then went to Oxford University to do graduate work. She taught for Pembroke College, Oxford from 1987 – 1990, for Brasenose College, Oxford from 1990-2000, and has, since 2001, been director of studies in philosophy at Oxford University’s Department for Continuing Education. Two of Marianne’s podcasts (A Romp Through the History of Philosophy, and The Nature of Arguments) have been global number one on iTunes U. Marianne’s podcasts on iTunesU have received over 3 million downloads.

Source: http://podcasts.ox.ac.uk/people/marianne-talbot


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